2015: Star Trek Continues: The White Iris — The fourth full-length Star Trek Continues webisode, The White Iris, debuts on YouTube. Guest stars include Colin Baker (Doctor Who) and Adrienne Wilkinson (Xena: Warrior Princess), and the story refers back to the events of numerous episodes of the original Star Trek. More about Star Trek Continues in the LogBook
2014: Escape Pod: May 30th —
2008: Battlestar Galactica: Sine Qua Non — Sci-Fi Channel airs the 61st episode of Ronald D. Moore's re-imagining of Battlestar Galactica. Richard Hatch and Mark Sheppard guest star. More about Battlestar Galactica in the LogBook
1994: Star Trek: DS9: Tribunal — The week-long national syndication window opens for the 44th episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. More about Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in the LogBook
1983: Enduro — Activision releases the Enduro cartridge for the Atari 2600 home video game system. Competing directly with Atari's home version of the coin-op racing game Pole Position, Enduro features night driving, different surface reactions (driving on ice), and numerous changes of scenery. More about Atari 2600 in Phosphor Dot Fossils
1980: Peter Gabriel: Peter Gabriel — Peter Gabriel's third self-titled solo album is released by Charisma Records (and, in the United States, by Mercury). The album reunites Gabriel with former Genesis bandmate Phil Collins, and features his earliest collaborations with Kate Bush; the single "Games Without Frontiers" becomes a hit in Europe. More about Peter Gabriel in Music Reviews
1971: Mariner 9 launched — NASA and JPL launch Mariner 9, the only surviving specimen of two identical "Mars '71" orbiters designed to visit Mars (Mariner 8 has already been launched and then lost in a launch accident). After nearly six months of travel, Mariner 9 will take up permanent residence around the red planet.
1970: Doctor Who: Inferno, Part 4 — The 275th episode of Doctor Who airs on BBC1. Most of the regular and recurring cast members double as "fascist alternate universe" versions of themselves; Olaf Pooley and Christopher Benjamin guest star. More about Doctor Who in the LogBook Order VWORP!1 from theLogBook.com Media
1964: Doctor Who: The Warriors Of Death — The 28th episode of Doctor Who airs on the BBC. This is part two of the story now collectively known as The Aztecs. More about Doctor Who in the LogBook Order VWORP!1 from theLogBook.com Media
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