So what was the logic of Molly taking off her wrist meter? She gonna say that the other guy made it back on his own unconscious during the flare?
If she returns with a red wrist meter, she gets grounded from future missions because of all the accumulated radiation she took over the years. By removing it, she wants to fake the amount of radiation she got exposed to and get back into space again later. However, she's going to be suffering from radiation sickness at best, so she won't be able to hide it. She should be grounded upon return to Earth, or she may choose to die on the Moon
I don't see them.The news reports are back up on the channel. For me they were on the row below the episode list.
This one seems still pretty incomplete as for example it mentions John Lennon but not Sadat or John Paul II which would both seem to be more important in the grand scheme of things....
I bet you ten bucks it’s John Glenn.
Camilla is Duchess of Cornwall also IOTL. The Title is just the passive-aggressive way of the of the Queen to say: "Okay Son, you can marry your divorced harlot!"Something I realised, they refer to Camilla as Duchess of Cornwall rather than Princess of Wales, which would tend to indicate Charles doesn't get created as Prince of Wales.
He was designated Prince of Wales by letters patent in 1958, and formally invested on July 1, 1969. The Investiture occurred after FAM's POD but the soviet lunar landing would not have delayed Charles' ceremony as it was planned for 11 years.which would tend to indicate Charles doesn't get created as Prince of Wales.
My thought after last season was John Glenn and Ellen Waverly, but (1) she hasn't made the jump into politics yet, and (2) if she's hanging out with Tower it sounds like she's a Republican.I think it's almost certain that John Glenn is going to get elected President in 1984. Since gender equality seems to be advancing at a much quicker pace in the show's TL, I'm guessing that Glenn will have a female VP. Rep. Pat Schroeder would probably make the most sense given her 12 years of experience and a solid track record on labor, foreign policy, education, and defense (after what looks like 8 years of turbulence and upheaval abroad and rising Cold War tensions, America's are probably going to look for steady and experienced leaders at the helm), but my guess is that the show is going to go with Geraldine Ferraro since she's more well known to the audience.
On a different note, does a Reagan Presidency combined with a successful Operation Eagle Claw also lead to a successful Nojeh Coup Plot in 1980? Perhaps stronger western support could've given the coup plotters a better chance at success?
This is handled in one of those apparently hard-to-find news broadcasts. It's a basic border incident that escalates. A couple scale the wall, East German troops pursue and kill them, exchange fire with Western troops, the local Eastern commander activates forces around West Berlin, both powers go on nuclear alert. They don't say exactly how the two sides stand down, but I guess it's just status quo with a diplomatic protest filed.On Margo note on Berlin
I have theory
Reagan was elected in 1976 and 1980 in TL
During OTL of his second Term he visit Berlin for famous "Tear down this Wall!" Speech in 1987
I think he did same in TL only much earlier and reaction let to a political incident.
or during his Berlin visit happen something that let to crisis
Camilla is Duchess of Cornwall also IOTL. The Title is just the passive-aggressive way of the of the Queen to say: "Okay Son, you can marry your divorced harlot!"