÷ together with all plans in existence for building another! We're committing Man's greatest sacrilege÷ and we can't stop.
We've done what no men in the world have done before us! We've got to let them know before it's too late. If it's humanly possible, we've got to report.
Report what? That the operation was a big success, but the patients are dyin' on a lousy, dried-up ball in the corner pocket of nowhere?
The General wasn't crazy, he was right! We asked for it! There's a curse on this ship and everybody in it!
Baloney! You leave that stuff back on Earth. But it don't operate past the thousand-mile limit. "Only God can make a tree." Okay? Where is it? Where's the trees, and the flowers, and the grass? Where's the water? You hear me? Where's the water?!
Hey fellas, look!
was a glorious way the General died.
Sacrificin' his life as he did, to bring his ship and his crew safely to a landing on the rocky desert of a new planet! That's the way the history books will tell it ů won't they, Captain?
Fittin' end for a grand soldier.
For the man who conquered space.
Would you be carin' for a cup o' tea, Captain?