2014: Escape Pod: December 19th —
2012: Soyuz TMA-07M — Part of the 34th full-time crew of the International Space Station lifts off from Russia's Baikonur Cosmodrome aboard Soyuz TMA-07M. Roman Romanenko, Chris Hadfield and Thomas Marshburn take up residence on the ISS for 145 days, becoming part of the Expedition 34/35 crews. All three return to Earth in May 2013 aboard the same vehicle, with Hadfield becoming an internet sensation at the end of the mission with a cover of David Bowie's "A Space Oddity" recorded aboard the station.
2011: Doctor Who Series 6 soundtrack — Silva Screen Records releases a 2-CD set of Murray Gold's soundtrack music from the 2011 season of Doctor Who. Music from all 13 episodes of the sixth season of the revived series is included. More about Doctor Who soundtracks in Music Reviews
1999: STS-103: return to Hubble — Space Shuttle Discovery lifts off on an eight-day mission to retrieve, service and redeploy the Hubble Space Telescope. This routine planned upgrade for Hubble sees the shuttle crew swapping out the $2,000,000,000 telescope's CPU, installing a new one with 20 times the processing power of the original, during an eight-hour spacewalk; another eight-hour spacewalk sees crewmembers removing an analog data recorder to replace it with a digital device with greater capacity. Christmas 1999 is spent placing Hubble back into its orbit. Aboard Discovery for her 27th flight are Commander Curtis Brown, Pilot Scott Kelly, and mission specialists Steven Smith, Michael Foale, John Grunsfield, Claude Nicollier and Jean-Francois Clervoy.
1995: Nixon soundtrack — Hollywood Records releases John Williams' soundtrack from the movie Nixon. More about John Williams in Music Reviews
1991: Dark Season: Episode 6 — The sixth and final episode of Dark Season premieres on CBBC (the BBC's children's programming block). This is the first drama series created and written by future Doctor Who showrunner Russell T. Davies, and is one of the earliest acting jobs in Kate Winslet's career. Jacqueline Pearce (Blake's 7) guest stars. More about Dark Season in the LogBook
1989: Red Dwarf: The Last Day — The 18th episode of the science fiction comedy Red Dwarf airs on BBC 2. This concludes Red Dwarf's third season; the series returns in 1991. More about Red Dwarf in the LogBook
1977: Logan’s Run: The Judas Goat — CBS airs the ninth episode of the TV adaptation of Logan's Run. Lance Le Gault and Morgan Woodward guest star. More about Logan's Run in the LogBook
1964: Doctor Who: The Waking Ally — The 50th episode of Doctor Who airs on the BBC. This is part five of the story now collectively known as The Dalek Invasion Of Earth. More about Doctor Who in the LogBook Order VWORP!1 from theLogBook.com Media
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