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.
Did You Know?
Everything about the temperature around the lake makes no sense. The speed the water freezes when Judy is in the ship suggests a source of EXTREME cold beneath the floor of the lake. Nothing natural could do this underground without breaking the first law of thermodynamics. The lake should freeze from the top down and at a much slower rate. Also, whatever caused such a rapid freeze would also drop the air temperature above it to where you could not have exposed skin for more than a few seconds without issues and minutes without frostbite. Rain would be completely impossible and even snow highly unlikely at those temperatures. See more