Factual error: When the Jupiter 2 blasts off, it does so in the most fuel inefficient way possible - flat surface first. The air resistance would be fifty times less if they'd angled it side on. Plus, when the aerodynamic cover blasts away, the Jupiter 2 itself is revealed - and it is more aerodynamic than the cover. Rocket science must have taken a few steps backward lately... .
Question: On the DVD, what happens if you answer all the questions right on "Your Mission" in the Features menu?
Question: What did John said to the spider Smith after he said, "Remember the Proteus," and what did he mean by that?