On the way to a space colony, a crisis sends the Robinsons hurtling towards an unfamiliar planet, where they struggle to survive a harrowing night.
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When the robot says "Danger Will Robinson", this is a reference to the most memorable line from Lost in Space
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When water freezes it releases about 334 kilojoules (or about 93 watt-hours) of energy per liter. If we assume the body of water that froze to be about 1 million liters (a 10 meter by 10 meter by 10 meter volume) that would be 93 megawatt hours of energy or the average daily energy use of about 3,000 homes. This energy was dissipated over about a minute, which means the pond would radiate about 93 megawatts of power every second. large amounts of water in the real world, even at very low temperatures, freezes slowly. The reverse is also true: ice melts slowly unless exposed to high temperatures. This is why ice in a drink keeps the drink cool until the ice is almost entirely melted, after which it relatively quickly reaches ambient temperature. See more