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My how things change. Not only were classics like Twilight Zone different from the TV shows of 1978, or movies like This Island Earth different from blockbusters of the 1970s (which is what make Island a candidate for lampooning in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 motion picture many years later), but productions change quite a bit from first announcements through production to final release. Look no further for one example than the cover text of Starlog #15, which announces "TV's 'Earth Star.' Earth Star was just one of several names for what would become Battlestar Galactica, which is previewed on page 52.
"[I]f you're a bit skeptical about the future possibilities of some of SF's more fantastic themes, consider how outlandish modern technology must have appeared when it was presented -- before its time -- in SF."
Michael A. Banks, writer, "SF Prediction: Speculation or Future Fact?To view previous Starlog Archive issues, click on "Starlog Internet Archive Project" in the keywords below.