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A space colony family struggles to survive when a spy/accidental stowaway throws their ship hopelessly off course.
The pilot episode Lost in Space: No Place to Hide (1965) was budgeted at $400,000 and was largely filmed in the Mojave Desert.
Oh, the pain, the pain.
In both the pilot, S0E0, and the first show, S0E1, the spacecraft is shown going through an asteroid field, with the rocks bouncing off the craft and flying away aft of the ship. Newtonian mechanics would have the rocks flying off in the direction they were redirected after the hit, not falling off to the rear of the ship. This indicates that the model of the ship was placed in a vertical mount and the rocks were dropped onto the model in a gravity field.
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