Zero-X (spelling variants include "Zero X" or "Zero – X") is a fictional Earth spacecraft that appeared in two of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson's Supermarionation productions, the 1966 film Thunderbirds Are Go and the 1967 television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. Although publicity material for the various Supermarionation series, and the TV Century 21 comic, made references to connections between the Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet canons, Zero-X is the only official link between the two series.

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  • Zero-X (spelling variants include "Zero X" or "Zero – X") is a fictional Earth spacecraft that appeared in two of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson's Supermarionation productions, the 1966 film Thunderbirds Are Go and the 1967 television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. Although publicity material for the various Supermarionation series, and the TV Century 21 comic, made references to connections between the Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet canons, Zero-X is the only official link between the two series. (en)
  • De Zero-X (soms ook gespeld als "Zero X" of "Zero - X") is een fictief ruimteschip dat voorkomt in meerdere supermarionationproducties van Gerry en Sylvia Anderson. Hoewel het publiciteitsmateriaal voor de verschillende supermarionationseries en het stripboek TV2000 referenties bevatten over connecties tussen de verschillende series, is de Zero-X de enige bevestigd connectie tussen twee series. Het ruimteschip verscheen namelijk in de eerste Thunderbirds film Thunderbirds Are Go (1966), en in de eerste aflevering van de serie Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons (1967). (nl)
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  • Spectrum Organisation (en)
  • Glenn Field Spaceport (en)
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  • Missile gun (en)
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  • Martian Exploration Vehicle (en)
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  • Derek Meddings' model of the Zero-X spacecraft, as shown in the opening sequence of Thunderbirds Are Go (en)
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  • Aluminium (en)
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  • Thunderbirds Are Go (en)
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  • Zero-X (en)
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  • Booster jet engines (en)
  • Chemical booster rockets (en)
  • Gas turbine jets (en)
  • Gravity generator (en)
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  • Sustainer rockets (en)
  • Turbo-ram jets (en)
  • Variable-mode chemical rockets/jet engines (en)
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  • Zero-X (spelling variants include "Zero X" or "Zero – X") is a fictional Earth spacecraft that appeared in two of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson's Supermarionation productions, the 1966 film Thunderbirds Are Go and the 1967 television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. Although publicity material for the various Supermarionation series, and the TV Century 21 comic, made references to connections between the Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet canons, Zero-X is the only official link between the two series. (en)
  • De Zero-X (soms ook gespeld als "Zero X" of "Zero - X") is een fictief ruimteschip dat voorkomt in meerdere supermarionationproducties van Gerry en Sylvia Anderson. Hoewel het publiciteitsmateriaal voor de verschillende supermarionationseries en het stripboek TV2000 referenties bevatten over connecties tussen de verschillende series, is de Zero-X de enige bevestigd connectie tussen twee series. Het ruimteschip verscheen namelijk in de eerste Thunderbirds film Thunderbirds Are Go (1966), en in de eerste aflevering van de serie Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons (1967). (nl)
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  • Zero-X (en)
  • Zero-X (nl)
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