When the Eagle explodes, the mounting used to hold it for filming is visible.
One of the Eagles has a booster pod in one long shot but at all other times, all the Eagles are in the standard configuration.
Goof: During close-up shots of Voyager 1's drive, droplets of water can be seen dripping from the water jet used during the special effects shot.
Thule is an ancient Greek word used to identify the northernmost habitable regions of Europe. It is also a town of northwest Greenland with a population of 650.
When Alan goes missing on Thule, Koenig turns around quickly while looking for him and hits Bergman in the face with his backpack.
In most scenes, Ultima Thule is blue, but on a couple of occasions it was green.
During the rescue of Alan, the door of Koenig's Eagle clearly says "Rescue Eagle 4", but later, when Koenig goes out alone, the "Rescue" part is missing.
The mines always hang directly below the Eagles even though there is no gravity in space.
Putting the early warning lamp on Zoref was pointless, as it wasn't continuously monitored by Russell, someone else or with a camera.
When Dominix is killed, he falls near a floor sign that reads "RADIATION" with his head near the "AT" part. A few seconds later, he has moved closer to the sign and has his head near the "DI".
As all the power on Alpha is turned off, the lights in Main Mission go out twice.
Despite Koenig ordering all sidearms to be worn, none of the women or Bergman have one.
The doors to Travel Unit 3 bounce against each other as they close. This is particularly noticable as that sequence was shown in slow motion.
After Dominix is killed, Koenig tells Bergman to check to see if there is any damage to the generator room. Less than a minute later, after only wandering around the corner, Bergman says there is no damage but he hadn't even been near the other side of the room.
The moon is blasted out of Earth's orbit and Carter follows in in an Eagle. He's unable to catch up to it until it starts to slow down. Objects propelled through a vacuum don't slow down unless an opposing force is applied to their path, but no such force is in evidence.
In the footage of Nordstrom and Steiner and later Jackson and Ellis at the waste dumps, the numbers on their spacesuits keep changing between 0, 3, 8 and 9.
As the moon is thrown out of orbit, everyone is pinned to the floor by the gravitational force except Bergman, who starts at the top of Main Mission's steps on his back, then turns onto his front, then goes back onto his back. However, one step further down, he's back where he started.
During Koenig's solo flight over Nuclear Disposal Area One, the collar on his spacesuit changes from being smooth to ribbed several times.
When Koenig's Eagle first lands on Alpha, it is positioned such that it's port side is connected to the boarding tube, but Koenig leaves through the starboard side, which would be exposed to space.
As Koenig talks to Simmons on the video screen in the Eagle, boxes can be seen underneath the screen, but as Koenig leaves the Eagle, the boxes have changed to spacesuit packs.