I also wondered about that. The only explanation I could theorize is that the planetary debris chunks might be larger than they appear and are actually in orbit rather than floating in the atmosphere. This mystery planet with no name must have been through some rough times.What the hell, floating stones? In the Avatar they were explained because of the high concentrations of the superconductive elements. But in this, no way even if Tilly did wonder about them. The curious thing is that she used words, "giants pieces of a planet," making me think that there was something else out there.
I couldn't believe that Starfleet hand phasers had been mocked as antiques on this planet, yet Zareh was armed with the equivalent of a heat gun (and his extensive vocabulary). The mercantile vault security force blunderblasters, despite their comical appearance, were far more impressive when they instantly turned their targets into ashes.Zareh couldn't read her. But he understood the threat she presented, but stupid is that he didn't blast with full power, instead he exited the Empress with his puny attempts on torture
In Andromeda (itself based on Roddenberry's work) a ship is trapped by the pull of a black hole.
When it breaks free time dilation effects means significant time has passed. The Commonwealth it belonged to has fallen. The ship's captain and his new crew attempt to rebuild it.
It was actually quite good and it was cancelled just as it was turning excellent. Typical death to a SF series.
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