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The credits on this article included a "Story by" credit for Berman and Braga, and a "Teleplay by" credit for Antoinette Stella. This appears to be wrong, so I changed it to "Written by" B&B. -- Cid Highwind 09:53, 30 May 2006 (UTC)
- SS Terra Nova was the name of the sailing ship that carried the ill fated Robert Scott expedition to Antarctica. Roald Amudsen's expedition beat them to the South Pole by one month. Scott and his men perished on their return to the coast.
- This episode is similar to VOY: "Friendship One".
The first statement should not be in the article unless there is evidence that fact led to the naming of this episode(or the colony in it). The second should not be noted unless it was deliberately similar.--31dot 01:22, 22 August 2009 (UTC)
- Archer,s explation of early human colonisation seems to miss out proxima colony and vega colony both mentioned in later episodes as planets inhabited by humans and both much closer to earth than Terra Nova.
nothing succeeds like success Edit
At 3:31 Tucker says
The Space Agency figured nothing succeeds like success, so they decided to send another vessel. (underline by me) but that doesn't make any sense to me, I had to re-watch a few times then looked at a transcript to believe that incomprehensible sentence was really said. A quick search yielded
[...]success breeds further success. I was sure it was a brain fart. DynV 15:29, March 30, 2011 (UTC)
- Don't see why it needs to be taken so literally. Trip is known for his colloquialisms. -Angry Future Romulan 15:36, March 30, 2011 (UTC)