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Which planet is referred to in the tle of the American sitcom, ‘Third Rock from the Sun’? Wallace and Gromit first featured in a short film called ‘A Grand Day Out’, where they visit the moon aer realising they have run out of what? Launched into orbit in 1973, what was the name of the first American space staon? In the lyrics to the song, Space Oddity by David Bowie, what type of pills do Ground Control tell Major Tom to take? Who wrote the novel, 2001: A Space Odyssey? First broadcast in 1988, which TV comedy series has a name that is also the name given to a small, dim star with a relavely cool surface temperatures? How many rows of aliens are there at the start of a game of Space Invaders? Each of the films in the Star Wars series begins with what ten word sentence, appearing at the top of the screen, followed by the Star Wars logo and crawling text? What name is given to an area in space, where the gravitaonal field is so powerful that nothing, not even light, can escape its pull? In Gustav Holst's suite of music called The Planets, why was there not piece of music for Pluto?


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