Looking at the Stars - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Looking at the Stars - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Matt and Alexis look to the stars to check on Emma and where she could be now.
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Ram and Kwesi - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Ram and Kwesi - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Ram, the doctor (Ray Panthaki), and Kwesi, the botanist (Ato Essandoh), at the last press conference before the mission.
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Decompressing - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Decompressing - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Commander Emma Green (Hilary Swank) decompressing after checking something for Ground.
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Post Surgery Status - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Post Surgery Status - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Lex (Talitha Bateman) by Matt's (Josh Charles) bedside after his surgery.
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Suiting Up - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Suiting Up - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Kwesi (Ato Essandoh) getting ready to go outside the ship and fix an issue until he overhears about Matt's stroke.
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A Family Photo - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

A Family Photo - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

The Logan family right before Emma's last press conference before the mission. From left to right: Emma (Hilary Swank), Matt (Josh Charles), and Lex (Talitha Bateman).
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Fire Onboard - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Fire Onboard - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

A behind the scenes look of Emma (Hilary Swank) using her shirt to put out an unexpected fire.
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Standing on the Moon - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Standing on the Moon - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Commander Emma Green (Hilary Swank) standing on the Moon overlooking space.
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Meet the Team - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

Meet the Team - AWAY Season 1 Episode 1

The crew going to Mars. From left to right: Lu, the chemist (Vivian Wu); Misha, the engineer (Mark Ivanir); Emma, the commander (Hilary Swank); Ram, the doctor (Ray Panthaki); and Kwesi, the botanist (Ato Essandoh).
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AWAY Season 1 Episode 1 Quotes

Yeah, but you gotta be the one that wants to take the shot!

Emma

Reporter: Why should we care more about Mars than we do our own planet?
Emma: We shouldn't. Of course, we should care about social imperatives. But in the US alone, we spend a trillion dollars each year on the military, and mostly in case the countries represented here decide to blow each other off the face of the Earth. This mission, it costs a fraction of that, as we work together, repurposing those same tools of destruction for discovery.
Kwesi: At this very moment, there's a team of astronauts on the Moon, mining polar ice caps for fuel and water.
Misha: Water that will be pumped into the hull of our ship to shield us from radiation, allowing us to travel safely from the Moon to Mars.
Emma: Reaching Mars... might prove to be the greatest achievement. Not only for science, but for the future of our planet.