After Zoe puts her hand on the screen to open Pod 4 at the end of the episode, the screen shows the "imprint" of Donner, rather than the one from Zoe.
"That Home" by Cinematic Orchestra
Goof: Though Evram was an Israeli soldier, his ranks are clearly not Israeli. In addition, the ranks are on the shoulders, while combat medics are enlisted.
The objects that each astronaut places in the time capsule are as follows:
Ted Shaw - a white cylinder, possibly a model spaceship belonging to his son.
Nadia Schilling - pilot's wings
Jen Crane - a photo of Jen and Rollie
Evram Mintz - a military medal
Paula Morales - her religious necklace
Steve Wassenfelder - a men's magazine
Zoe Barnes - a tarot card
Maddux Donner - a baseball
The "Medal" Evram puts in the time capsule is the second highest decoration in the Israeli Army: "Itur Ha-Oz" (Medal of Courage). The medal is awarded for an act of gallantry at the risk of life, during fulfillment of combat duty.
As of 2009, only 220 of these medals have been awarded.
"Sticky Situation" by Danko Jones
"Everything I Build" by The Stills
The title "H2IK" is a code originally used at Ajay Sharma's engineering company to ask for someone's help. The abbreviation stands for "Hell If I Know".
The astronaut in Donner's story should not have died in the ejection accident as he described. All modern ejection seats are "Zero-Zero" ejection seats, meaning they can be safely used at zero altitude (on the ground) and zero speed, and the chute will still have time to open, in part to prevent exactly this problem, but primarily to allow for emergency exit from aircraft during emergencies on the runway.
"Playboy" by Candy Coated Killahz
"Pioneering" by Adaline (Bar scene)
"Hope for the Hopeless" by A Fine Frenzy (During Jen/Rollie's love scene, Donner prepares to leave, Ajay paints his face/heads to the airlock)
"Alive" by Edwin (the Antares takes off for Venus)