Two hundred years in the future, in a fully colonized solar system, police detective Josephus Miller (Thomas Jane), who was born in the asteroid belt, is given the assignment to find a missing young woman; Julie Mao (Florence Faivre). Meanwhile, James Holden (Steven Strait), the first officer of an ice freighter, is witness to an unprovoked attack upon the ship, by craft believed to be from Mars (MCRN Federation). As news of the attack spreads throughout the system, the incident's flow-on threatens to destabilize already tenuous relations between Earth, Mars and The Belt. Far away from the struggles in deep space, on Earth, Chrisjen Avasarala (Shohreh Aghdashloo), a powerful United Nations executive and diplomat, works to prevent war between Earth and Mars by any means. Soon, the 3 find out the missing woman and the ice freighter's fate are part of a vast covert conspiracy which threatens all humanity.
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Did You Know?
Wes Chatham's character Amos has a Hebrew-style tattoo on his left forearm. The tattoo consists of Hebrew letters, except the last one, which is not an actual letter. The tattoo is actually misspelled and does not have a particular meaning "as is" but if you ignore that last letter it can be loosely interpreted as "experience camaraderie" written in female gender. Another option can be "express your views", in female gender but this would require assumption of that non-Hebrew last letter. Character's name Amos is a Hebrew name of Biblical Prophet and is symbolizes leadership and charisma. See more
The Spaceship Nauvoo has a rotational axis parallel to the direction of the thrust. In Season 2 we can see that the thrust certainly is a strong force, probably 1G. At that thrust, everything inside the rotating cylinder would "fall" to the back end of the ship, including all the landscape, soil, trees etc that the Mormons would want to plant inside the ship. There would however be no way to use the ship to reach a distant star without using the thrusters for a prolonged time to accelerate and decelerate. See more