TV Mini-Series | | Drama, Sci-Fi
A young woman's murder causes the subjects of a century-long mission to populate a new world to question the true nature of the project as they approach the point of no return.
The opening sequence of the show displays a U.S. flag with 33 stars. The U.S. flag in real life had 33 stars from 1859-1861 after Oregon became a state, however the stars were arranged differently than the flag in the show, thus making the flag from... ...
While the uniform protocols aboard the ship may differ from the US standards they're based on -- which means officers may wear both rank insignia pins and US Navy-style shoulderboards, which would not happen in the US military -- Gault's rank pin and shoulderboard stripes do not match. He wears the rank pin of Lt. Colonel or Navy Commander, but the shoulderboards of a US Navy Lieutenant (two full stripes). Contrast this with Capt. Deninger, who wears the rank pin of a full Colonel or US Navy Captain, and the matching shoulderboards (four full stripes).
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