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* DeweyDefeatsTruman: In ''Frozen in Time'', which was produced in 2008, it is mentioned that the ''Ares'' was launched on a mission to explore UsefulNotes/TheSolarSystem on June 8, 1973 and had reached UsefulNotes/{{Neptune}} by 1977.

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* DeweyDefeatsTruman: In ''Frozen in Time'', which was produced in 2008, it is mentioned that the ''Ares'' was launched embarked on a mission to explore UsefulNotes/TheSolarSystem on June 8, 1973 and had reached UsefulNotes/{{Neptune}} by 1977.



* HumanPopsicle:
** In ''Frozen in Time'', Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch were placed in the suspended animation pods of ''Ares'' on May 10, 1977. Pod 4, containing Jet, failed after several weeks. As such, Jet was forced to operate the ship alone for almost 36 years until the other three crewmembers were revived on March 9, 2013.
** In ''The Host'', the ''Ares'' crew are awakened from suspended animation when the ship receives a DistressCall from the ''Vardis'' on May 17, 2079. Edie Harper later tells the crew that the other 47 crewmembers of the Enceladus research station entered stasis two years earlier after their funding was cut off.



* HumanPopsicle:
** In ''Frozen in Time'', Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch were placed in the suspended animation pods of ''Ares'' on May 10, 1977. Pod 4, containing Jet, failed after several weeks. As such, Jet was forced to operate the ship alone for almost 36 years until the other three crewmembers were revived on March 9, 2013.
** In ''The Host'', the ''Ares'' crew are awakened from suspended animation when the ship receives a DistressCall from the ''Vardis'' on May 17, 2079. Edie Harper later tells the crew that the other 47 crewmembers of the Enceladus research station entered stasis two years earlier after their funding was cut off.



* OlderThanHeLooks:

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* OlderThanHeLooks: OlderThanTheyLook:


* AlternateContinuity: The standalone instalments produced in later decades take place in different continuities from each other:
** In ''The Return from Mars'', the ''Discovery'' is caught in a time warp after leaving UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} at the end of ''The World in Peril'' and eventually returns to Earth in 2026, decades after they left.
** In ''Frozen in Time'', the ''Ares'', crewed by Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch, left Earth on June 8, 1973 and began a mission of exploration around UsefulNotes/TheSolarSystem.
** ''The Host'' also takes place in a different continuity from the original series. The ''Ares'' was launched approximately 100 years later, at some point between 2071 and 2079.



* BrainUploading: In ''The Host'', J.J. Andreev's personality was coded onto the computer of the ''Vardis'' after his death in 2071.



** Edie Harper is the only female character to appear in ''The Host''.



* ColonizedSolarSystem: The space programme's long-term goal is to establish colonies on UsefulNotes/TheMoon, UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} and UsefulNotes/{{Venus}}. In ''Journey to the Moon'' / ''Operation Luna'', Mitch believes that the construction of a lunar colony will be a matter for their children or grandchildren. However, ''The Red Planet'' reveals that there is already a lunar colony by 1971. In ''Journey to the Moon'' / ''Operation Luna'', Jet experiences a premonition of the launch of a ship bound for UsefulNotes/{{Venus}} on October 30, 1965.

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* ColonizedSolarSystem: ColonizedSolarSystem:
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The space programme's long-term goal is to establish colonies on UsefulNotes/TheMoon, UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} and UsefulNotes/{{Venus}}. In ''Journey to the Moon'' / ''Operation Luna'', Mitch believes that the construction of a lunar colony will be a matter for their children or grandchildren. However, ''The Red Planet'' reveals that there is already a lunar colony by 1971. In ''Journey to the Moon'' / ''Operation Luna'', Jet experiences a premonition of the launch of a ship bound for UsefulNotes/{{Venus}} on October 30, 1965.1965.
** In ''The Host'', there is a research station in orbit of Enceladus, one of UsefulNotes/{{Saturn}}'s [[UsefulNotes/TheMoonsOfSaturn moons]].



* {{Cyberspace}}: In ''The Host'', Jet enters a virtual reality environment in order to confront the personality construct of J.J. Andreev.



* HumanPopsicle: In ''Frozen in Time'', Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch were placed in the suspended animation pods of ''Ares'' on May 10, 1977. Pod 4, containing Jet, failed after several weeks. As such, Jet was forced to operate the ship alone for almost 36 years until the other three crewmembers were revived on March 9, 2013.

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* HumanPopsicle: HumanPopsicle:
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In ''Frozen in Time'', Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch were placed in the suspended animation pods of ''Ares'' on May 10, 1977. Pod 4, containing Jet, failed after several weeks. As such, Jet was forced to operate the ship alone for almost 36 years until the other three crewmembers were revived on March 9, 2013.
** In ''The Host'', the ''Ares'' crew are awakened from suspended animation when the ship receives a DistressCall from the ''Vardis'' on May 17, 2079. Edie Harper later tells the crew that the other 47 crewmembers of the Enceladus research station entered stasis two years earlier after their funding was cut off.



* MegaCorp: In ''The Host'', large parts of Earth are controlled by huge corporations in 2079. There are only a few remaining governments.



* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Doc's first name is never revealed.

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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Doc's first name is never revealed.revealed in the original. [[SubvertedTrope However]], it is said to be Daniel in ''The Host''.



* PunctuatedForEmphasis: At the beginning of every episode of ''Operation Luna'' and ''The World in Peril'', a voice - usually David Jacobs but sometimes Guy Kingsley Poynter (Doc) - intones "JOURNEY. INTO. SPACE!" Jacobs does so once again at the beginning of ''Frozen in Time'', which was produced 50 years after ''Operation Luna''.

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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: At the beginning of every episode of ''Operation Luna'' and ''The World in Peril'', a voice - usually David Jacobs but sometimes Guy Kingsley Poynter (Doc) - intones "JOURNEY. INTO. SPACE!" Jacobs does so once again at the beginning of both ''Frozen in Time'', Time'' and ''The Host'', which was were produced 50 years after ''Operation Luna''.


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* SpacePirates: In ''The Host'', Edie Harper believes that Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch are space pirates from a rival corporation who are trying to steal the research being conducted on the Enceladus station.


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* UnwinnableTrainingSimulation: In ''The Host'', the Orion Simulation is a training simulation that military cadets undergo as part of their training. J.J. Andreev is the only person in history to have ever penetrated its defences. The simulation involves a booby trap which is designed to demonstrate that focusing all of your energy on an attack leaves you vulnerable to counterattack.

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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Doc's first name is never revealed.


* FasterThanLightTravel: Space travel is limited to the inner planets and takes a very long time, until the Time Travellers show up.
* FirstContact: In ''Journey to the Moon'' / ''Operation Luna'', the ''Luna'' crew make first contact with the Time Travellers on UsefulNotes/TheMoon in November 1965.

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* FasterThanLightTravel: Space travel is limited to the inner planets and takes a very long time, until the Time Travellers show up.
up in ''Journey to the Moon'' / ''Operation Luna''.
* FirstContact: In ''Journey to the Moon'' / ''Operation Luna'', the ''Luna'' crew make makes first contact with the Time Travellers on UsefulNotes/TheMoon in November 1965.


* DeweyDefeatsTruman: In ''Frozen in Time'', which was produced in 2008, it is mentioned that the ''Ares'' was launched on a mission to UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} on June 8, 1973 and the ship had reached UsefulNotes/{{Neptune}} by 1977.

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* DeweyDefeatsTruman: In ''Frozen in Time'', which was produced in 2008, it is mentioned that the ''Ares'' was launched on a mission to UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} explore UsefulNotes/TheSolarSystem on June 8, 1973 and the ship had reached UsefulNotes/{{Neptune}} by 1977.


* AlternateContinuity: The second and third standalone instalments take place in different continuities from the original series:
** In ''Frozen in Time'', the ''Ares'', crewed by Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch, left Earth on June 8, 1973 and began a mission of exploration around UsefulNotes/TheSolarSystem.


** In ''The Host'',


* AlternateContinuity: The second and third standalone instalments take place in different continuities from the original series:
** In ''Frozen in Time'', the ''Ares'', crewed by Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch, left Earth on June 8, 1973 and began a mission of exploration around UsefulNotes/TheSolarSystem.
** In ''The Host'',



* ChromosomeCasting: ''The Red Planet'' was the only entry in the original series to feature women in the cast: Miriam Karlin played an hallucination of Lemmy's mother in Episode 13 while Madi Hedd played Martha Bodie in Episodes 15 and 16.

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* ChromosomeCasting: ChromosomeCasting:
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''The Red Planet'' was the only entry in the original series to feature women in the cast: Miriam Karlin played an hallucination of Lemmy's mother in Episode 13 while Madi Hedd played Martha Bodie in Episodes 15 and 16.16.
** Cassia is the only female character to appear in ''The Return from Mars''.



* CommLinks: In ''The Return from Mars'', the Talians use wrist communicators.



* DeweyDefeatsTruman: In ''Frozen in Time'', which was produced in 2008, it is mentioned that the ''Ares'' was launched on a mission to UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} on June 8, 1973 and the ship had reached UsefulNotes/{{Neptune}} by 1977.



* HumanPopsicle: In ''Frozen in Time'', Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch were placed in the suspended animation pods of ''Ares'' on May 10, 1977. Pod 4, containing Jet, failed after several weeks. As such, Jet was forced to operate the ship alone for almost 36 years until the other three crewmembers were revived on March 9, 2013.



* TheMorlocks: {{Subverted|Trope}} in ''The Return from Mars''. The Talians tell Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch that the Sotteers are primitive and aggressive genetic rejects who detract from their perfection. While the Sotteers lack the Talians' so-called physical perfection, it turns out that they are every bit as intelligent and civilised as the Talians.



* OlderThanHeLooks: In ''The Red Planet'', James Edward Whitaker claims to have been born on September 12, 1940, which is consistent with his appearance being that of a man in his early 30s. However, his actual date of birth is September 12, 1893. Records indicate that he disappeared in 1924. He has not aged a day in the intervening 47 years. [[ThisWasHisTrueForm After he dies, his body reverts to its true age of 78.]] The crew later discover that the same is true of every human brought to UsefulNotes/{{Mars}}. They are all at least 15 years older than they appear to be.

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* OlderThanHeLooks: OlderThanHeLooks:
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In ''The Red Planet'', James Edward Whitaker claims to have been born on September 12, 1940, which is consistent with his appearance being that of a man in his early 30s. However, his actual date of birth is September 12, 1893. Records indicate that he disappeared in 1924. He has not aged a day in the intervening 47 years. [[ThisWasHisTrueForm After he dies, his body reverts to its true age of 78.]] The crew later discover that the same is true of every human brought to UsefulNotes/{{Mars}}. They are all at least 15 years older than they appear to be.be.
** In ''The Return from Mars'', Cassia appears to be 17 but she tells Jet that she is 38 Tribosian years old. Jet believes that this equates to approximately 54 Earth years. However, Cassia tells him that he has miscalculated and her true age in Earth years is 152.



* PunctuatedForEmphasis: At the beginning of every episode of ''Operation Luna'' and ''The World in Peril'', a voice - usually David Jacobs but sometimes Guy Kingsley Poynter (Doc) - intones "JOURNEY. INTO. SPACE!"

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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: At the beginning of every episode of ''Operation Luna'' and ''The World in Peril'', a voice - usually David Jacobs but sometimes Guy Kingsley Poynter (Doc) - intones "JOURNEY. INTO. SPACE!"SPACE!" Jacobs does so once again at the beginning of ''Frozen in Time'', which was produced 50 years after ''Operation Luna''.



* SingleBiomePlanet: In ''The Return from Mars'', the ''Discovery'' becomes trapped in a time warp and arrives on a desert planet named Tribos. Doc determines that the planet's axial tilt is virtually zero, accounting for its single biome. [[spoiler: The crew eventually discover that Tribos is in fact Earth in the very distant future.]]
* SpacePlane: In ''The Return from Mars'', Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch are brought back to Earth on a stratoplane, which is described as a cross between an airplane and a spaceship.



* TakeThat: In ''The World in Peril'', after learning of the Martians' plan to [[MassHypnosis hypnotise humanity through a television broadcast]], Lemmy remarks that they will slaves of the television. [[spoiler:The Lunar Controller]] replies, "They're hardly more than that now." Lemmy later comments that television has been a major weapon of people from Earth for years.

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* TakeThat: SuperBreedingProgram: In ''The Return from Mars'', the Talians are dedicated to creating perfect beings. As such, breeding is strictly regulated. Anyone who has a child without permission is exiled from Talia and is forced to join the Sotteers, a group of genetic rejects.
* TakeThat:
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In ''The World in Peril'', after learning of the Martians' plan to [[MassHypnosis hypnotise humanity through a television broadcast]], Lemmy remarks that they will slaves of the television. [[spoiler:The Lunar Controller]] replies, "They're hardly more than that now." Lemmy later comments that television has been a major weapon of people from Earth for years.years.
** In ''Frozen in Time'', Charles Chilton takes numerous shots at 21st Century society. When Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch arrive on UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} in order to rescue the Earth Saviour Operation, they meet a media officer, a health and safety officer and an IT officer but they are informed that Saviour does not have any engineers as it is operated by an artificial intelligence named Crystal. Lemmy describes these job titles as "modern lingo" and "mumbo jumbo." Doc later notes that the Saviour crew seem to spend all of their spare time playing games on computers.



* TimeTravelRomance: In ''The Return from Mars'', the ''Discovery'' becomes trapped in a time warp. Jet falls in love with Cassia, a native of the planet Tribos [[spoiler: which turns out to be Earth in the far future]].
* TranslatorMicrobes: In ''The Return from Mars'', Cassia gives Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch necklaces that read their thoughts and translates her language into English and vice versa.



** In ''The Return from Mars'', Jet, Lemmy, Doc and Mitch arrive back on Earth in 2026.
** In ''Frozen in Time'', the ''Ares'' arrives on the Earth Saviour Operation base on UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} on March 9, 2013, which was then five years in the future.



* VideoPhone: In ''The World in Peril'', the control rooms of the asteroid ships are equipped with one way vision phones which are used for surveillance as well as communication.

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* VideoPhone: VideoPhone:
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In ''The World in Peril'', the control rooms of the asteroid ships are equipped with one way vision phones which are used for surveillance as well as communication.communication.
** In ''The Return from Mars'', the crew's living quarters in Talia is equipped with a video phone operated by an artificial intelligence.


** In ''The Red Planet'', the Martians were huge and their visit to Earth gave rise to myths about giants.

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** In ''The Red Planet'', the Martians were huge a race of giants and their visit to Earth gave rise to myths about giants.giants, who were often believed to live in the sky.



* TheEvilsOfFreeWill: In ''The World in Peril'', the conditioned Harding tells Jet that it is in Earth's interest to be conquered as all of humanity's societal problems will cease to exist when choice is removed from the equation. The Martian similarly argues that humans are inherently destructive and that conditioning them ''en masse'' will be beneficial.



* LongLived: In ''The World in Peril'', it is mentioned that Martians have a lifespan of more than 300 years.



** In ''Journey to the Moon'' / ''Operation Luna'' and ''The Red Planet'', the frequently heard Control operator's name is never stated.

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** In ''Journey to the Moon'' / ''Operation Luna'' and ''The Red Planet'', original series, the frequently heard Control operator's name is never stated.



* TakeThat: In ''The World in Peril'', after learning of the Martians' plan to [[MassHypnosis hypnotise humanity through a television broadcast]], Lemmy remarks that they will slaves of the television. [[spoiler:The Lunar Controller]] replies, "They're hardly more than that now."

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* TakeThat: In ''The World in Peril'', after learning of the Martians' plan to [[MassHypnosis hypnotise humanity through a television broadcast]], Lemmy remarks that they will slaves of the television. [[spoiler:The Lunar Controller]] replies, "They're hardly more than that now."" Lemmy later comments that television has been a major weapon of people from Earth for years.


* OlderThanHeLooks: In ''The Red Planet'', James Edward Whitaker claims to have been born on September 12, 1940, which is consistent with his appearance being that of a man in his early 30s. However, his actual date of birth on September 12, 1893. Records indicate that he disappeared in 1924. He has not aged a day in the intervening 47 years. [[ThisWasHisTrueForm After he dies, his body reverts to its true age of 78.]] The crew later discover that the same is true of every human brought to UsefulNotes/{{Mars}}. They are all at least 15 years older than they appear to be.

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* OlderThanHeLooks: In ''The Red Planet'', James Edward Whitaker claims to have been born on September 12, 1940, which is consistent with his appearance being that of a man in his early 30s. However, his actual date of birth on is September 12, 1893. Records indicate that he disappeared in 1924. He has not aged a day in the intervening 47 years. [[ThisWasHisTrueForm After he dies, his body reverts to its true age of 78.]] The crew later discover that the same is true of every human brought to UsefulNotes/{{Mars}}. They are all at least 15 years older than they appear to be.


''Journey into Space'' was a [[Creator/TheBBC BBC]] radio series written by Charles Chilton. It was originally broadcast from [[TheFifties 1953 to 1958]] but set in the [[{{Zeerust}} distant future of 1965 to 1973]].

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''Journey into Space'' was a [[Creator/TheBBC BBC]] radio series written by Charles Chilton. It was originally broadcast from [[TheFifties 1953 to 1958]] but set in the [[{{Zeerust}} distant future of 1965 to 1973]].1972]].



* ArcWords: In ''The Red Planet'', people who have been conditioned by the Martians often say "Orders must be obeyed without question at all times."

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* ArcWords: In ''The Red Planet'', people who have been conditioned by the Martians often say "Orders must be obeyed without question at all times."" The phrase is repeated in Episode 14 of ''The World in Peril'' in which Doc sardonically notes that he has heard it before.



* BizarreHumanBiology: In ''The Red Planet'', the Martians altered the biology of many humans so that they could survive in the Martian atmosphere.

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* BizarreHumanBiology: In ''The Red Planet'', Planet'' and ''The World in Peril'', the Martians altered the biology of many humans so that they could survive in the Martian atmosphere.



* LesCollaborateurs: In ''The Red Planet'', the flying doctor is one of the few humans on UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} who does not believe that he is still living a perfectly normal life on Earth. He willingly participates in the Martian plan to invade Earth in 1986.

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* LesCollaborateurs: LesCollaborateurs:
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In ''The Red Planet'', the flying doctor is one of the few humans on UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} who does not believe that he is still living a perfectly normal life on Earth. He willingly participates in the Martian plan to invade Earth in 1986.1986.
** In ''The World in Peril'', [[spoiler: the Lunar Controller]] has been collaborating with the Martians since his abduction several years earlier.
* MassHypnosis: In ''The World in Peril'', the Martians plan to conquer Earth by having the conditioned Professor Brewer hypnotise the vast majority of humanity over the television. Those who are already conditioned will be immune to its effects while those who do not watch the broadcast will be either conditioned or killed. In 1966, Professor Brewer attempted to hypnotise all of the viewers in the Commonwealth as a sort of trial run.



* TheMole: In ''The Red Planet'', James Edward Whitaker, who was abducted and conditioned by the Martians in 1924, serves as their spy in the ''Discovery'' expedition.

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* TheMole: TheMole:
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In ''The Red Planet'', James Edward Whitaker, who was abducted and conditioned by the Martians in 1924, serves as their spy in the ''Discovery'' expedition.expedition.
** In ''The World in Peril'', the crew discover that [[spoiler: the Lunar Controller]] has been working with the Martians all along. [[spoiler: He used his influence to bring conditioned personnel such as Whitaker into the space programme.]]



* TakeThat: In ''The World in Peril'', after learning of the Martians' plan to [[MassHypnosis hypnotise humanity through a television broadcast]], Lemmy remarks that they will slaves of the television. [[spoiler:The Lunar Controller]] replies, "They're hardly more than that now."



* VideoPhone: In ''The World in Peril'', the control rooms of the asteroid ships are equipped with one way video phones which are used for surveillance as well as communication.

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* VideoPhone: In ''The World in Peril'', the control rooms of the asteroid ships are equipped with one way video vision phones which are used for surveillance as well as communication.

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* LaResistance: In ''The World in Peril'', Paddy Flynn tells the ''Discovery'' crew and Frank Rogers that he is the leader of a resistance against the Martians. He composed a rebel song, "Literature/TheGreenHillsOfEarth", that he and the other resistance members sing on a regular basis. However, Paddy later admits that the so-called rebellion had been mostly talk and that he had never intended to take direct against the Martians.


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** In ''The World in Peril'', it is mentioned that there are twelve [[UsefulNotes/TheMoonsOfJupiter moons]] of UsefulNotes/{{Jupiter}}, which was consistent with the best available data in 1955.


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* VideoPhone: In ''The World in Peril'', the control rooms of the asteroid ships are equipped with one way video phones which are used for surveillance as well as communication.


* AlienInvasion: In ''The Red Planet'', the crew learns that the Martians intend to invade Earth in 1986. In ''The World in Peril'', the ''Discovery'' returns to UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} in 1972 and the formerly conditioned Frank Rogers tells Doc and Mitch that the Martian invasion fleet has already been launched.



* FloatingContinent: In ''The World in Peril'', each of the Martians' asteroid ships are populated by hundreds of people and are essentially self-sustaining flying cities.



* ImmuneToMindControl: In ''The Red Planet'', Doc and Peterson are the only members of the Martian expedition who are immune to the Martian conditioning. Doc tells Lemmy that the Director of the Department of Hypnotic Medicine was unable to place him in an hypnotic state when he attended medical college.

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* ImmuneToMindControl: ImmuneToMindControl:
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In ''The Red Planet'', Doc and Peterson are the only members of the Martian expedition who are immune to the Martian conditioning. Doc tells Lemmy that the Director of the Department of Hypnotic Medicine was unable to place him in an hypnotic state when he attended medical college.
** In ''The World in Peril'', Jet and Lemmy meet Paddy Flynn, who was likewise immune to the Martians' attempts at mind control.


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** In the eleventh episode of ''The World in Peril'', the human rebels sing "The Green Hills of Earth", the most famous song of Rhysling, blind singer of the spaceways, in the Creator/RobertAHeinlein [[Literature/TheGreenHillsOfEarth short story of the same name]]. More specifically, it is the revised version featured in the ''Radio/DimensionX'' radio adaptation in 1950.


* PunctuatedForEmphasis: At the beginning of every episode of ''Operation Luna'' and ''The World in Peril'', a voice - either Guy Kingsley Poynter (Doc) or David Jacobs - intones "JOURNEY. INTO. SPACE!"

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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: At the beginning of every episode of ''Operation Luna'' and ''The World in Peril'', a voice - either usually David Jacobs but sometimes Guy Kingsley Poynter (Doc) or David Jacobs - intones "JOURNEY. INTO. SPACE!"


** Lemmy frequently says "Do me a favour, Mitch!" when disagreeing with his crewmate.

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** Lemmy frequently says "Do me a favour, Mitch!" when disagreeing with his crewmate. In ''The World in Peril'', the catchphrase is changed to "Turn it up, Mitch!"



* PunctuatedForEmphasis: At the beginning of every episode of ''Operation Luna'', a voice - either Guy Kingsley Poynter (Doc) or David Jacobs - intones "JOURNEY. INTO. SPACE!"

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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: At the beginning of every episode of ''Operation Luna'', Luna'' and ''The World in Peril'', a voice - either Guy Kingsley Poynter (Doc) or David Jacobs - intones "JOURNEY. INTO. SPACE!"



* SeriesContinuityError: In ''Journey to the Moon'' / ''Operation Luna'', the ''Luna'' crew forget their encounter with the Time Travellers on Earth in the distant past once they return to their own time. However, Jet and Lemmy remember the whole experience perfectly in ''The Red Planet''.

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