Battlestar Galactica

Fire in Space - S1-E14

Continuity mistake: When a Cylon ship prepares to ram the Galactica's bridge, a Cylon aboard states "1 micron" (a measure of time) until impact, and it takes 14 real seconds to do so. But when another heads for Galactica's landing bay, a Cylon aboard says "5 microns" until impact, and takes only 9 real seconds to do so.

00:07:00 - 00:07:45

johnrosa

Fire in Space - S1-E14

Continuity mistake: Sheba is wearing her Pegasus helmet when her viper launches. But most of the in-flight shots show her wearing a Galactica helmet (and a few with the Pegasus version).

00:03:50 - 00:05:40

Fire in Space - S1-E14

Continuity mistake: When Galactica closes the shield for the bridge this time, it is a two-piece design as seen on Pegasus in the previous episode (one piece rises halfway up to meet the second that lowers halfway- like eyelids closing). But before this episode, Galactica's shield was a one piece version lowered from top to bottom to close. There is nowhere for the ship to have gone and had a refit- it simply appears in this episode.

00:07:00

johnrosa

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