We all know people don’t explode when exposed to space without protection. But science fiction has taken some ... liberties with vacuum exposure over the years. Here are 19 scenes of people being exposed to space, ranked from the least realistic to the most.
Move over, Delorean. Only one car was futuristic enough to have traveled the streets of Back to the Future, Gattaca, and Battlestar Galactica, and that car was the Citroën DS, circa 1955.
If there's anyone reading this who hasn't pretended their car was a spaceship on a long, boring night drive in the middle of nowhere, then click that close box now. A dark road, the glow of your instruments, stars in the sky — why wouldn't you pretend to be in a spaceship?
Charlie Sheen isn't an F-18, but he is an EC-130 cargo plane specially configured for psy-ops. Some EC-130 flights over Libya have been going by the call-sign "SHEEN"— as in, "SHEEN 53, what's your altitude?" Other flights are "CYLONs."
It only makes sense that Cylons would join forces with the evil Decepticons, and imbed cybernetic technology into a 2nd Gen DSM Eclipse. After surmising '80s
Starions Battlecar Galacaticas had something to do the awesome turbo power of Colonial Vipers, the nefarious robots likely thought the Eclipse good competition…