This article is in the Berkley books separate continuity, which is related to the Original Series.
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The Long Patrol. Available at Amazon. COM - Purchase. The series' confusing use of the term "light-speed" continues in this episode. When Adama orders the fleet to proceed to a certain rendezvous point while the Galactica veers off to Terra, he orders the Galactica to increase to light-speed. It is implied that the fleet generally travels at sublight speeds when Colonel Tigh points out that it has been some time since the battlestar was pushed to such a velocity. But travelling at sublight speeds all this time would realistically mean that they wouldn't even leave their own star system for years!compass-seamarketing.com/5282.php
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Some fans including myself have chosen to reinterpret the rare references to light speed as references to hyperlight speed; in this reinterpretation, the fleet normally travels at the speed of light with occasional use of hyperlight velocities. At about on the DVD, one of the production cameras can be seen in the bottom left corner of the screen as Starbuck walks up to Apollo's Viper.
The officers of the People's Nationalist Force are wearing helmets that are obviously just motocross helmets! Recognize the voice of the lead officer pictured above? I guess Q decided to flit around in the BSG universe for a bit.
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In a bit of dialog obviously intended to inform the television viewers, Starbuck dictates into his comm unit that in his first encounter with Terrans, his weapon is set for stun. This is so we, the viewers, won't think he's just coldly killed 9 people to escape capture! Notice that a single shot from Starbuck's gun renders the entire group of officers unconscious.
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The novelization refers to Luna 1 through Since "luna" is Latin for "moon", does that mean there are actually eleven moons in the Terran system? Are they all moons of Terra? Or are some the moons of other planets in the system? Do these moons have atmospheres that support life? Or are they dead moons with completely enclosed bases of inhabitants? Apollo's speech in front of the Presidium isn't very convincing!
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Earlier it seemed like the Beings of Light intended him to tell the Presidium what he knew about the Eastern Alliance's attacks against Paradeen and takeover of Lunar 7. But when he gets his chance to speak in front of the Presidium, he talks about how he's from another galaxy where they learned freedom must come from strength. Imagine someone saying that in front of the U. Congress or the U.
Who would believe him? Presumably the big map in the Eastern Alliance war room is intended to represent land masses on Terra. Unlike the images of the globe we saw earlier in this episode and the Terran symbol seen in "Greetings from Earth" Part 2 , these land masses do not look like the continents of Earth. This scene may be intended as a subtle homage to the war room scenes in Stanley Kubrick's film Dr.
Notice that when Starbuck launches his Viper back out into space to contact the Galactica , his helmet is white like the rest of his uniform even though he didn't have the helmet with him when John touched him and transformed his clothing! As in the novelization of "Greetings from Earth" , author Ron Goulart here seems to prefer using many Earth terms over the traditional Colonial ones in this novel. He uses Earth names for Colonial people in many cases and terms such as dog, Holy Crow, and bon voyage.
Perhaps because the book is about the possible discovery of Earth by the fleet, he wanted to lean the reader into thinking so by slipping in Earth words and phrases. The book gives Brenda and her father the last name of Farris rather than Maxwell as presented in the episode. She's also described as dark-haired rather than blond.
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Also, Stone is called Storm here. This leads him to a cave where Willie and the rest of his robot pals, plus a couple oddball humans, live outside the general influence of the Nationalist government. In chapters 18 and 19, the doctor who examines Apollo at the Complex on Terra is referred to as Dr.
In later chapters, he's referred to as Dr. In the TV episode's end credits, he is listed as Dr. Page reveals that Terra has lost Luna to the Eastern Alliance. On page , Starbuck mentions bananas.