Lost in Space

JOHN PICHA 3D MODEL VIDEOS

JUPITER 2 - PACKED FOR FLIGHT

The Jupiter 2 first appeared on the 1966 TV series, Lost in Space. On the far out future date, October 16, 1997, the Jupiter 2 launched from Earth's Alpha Control beginning a 4.37 light-year voyage to the Alpha Centauri star system. This flying saucer was designed to carry a 7 member crew consisting of the Space Family Robinson, Major Don West and their Robot. The Space Pioneers' mission was to find a planet suitable for human settlement. Lost in Space was created by Irwin Allen. 3d model created by John Picha.

JUPITER 2 - UNPACKED

John has created this unpacked Jupiter 2 3d model as an exercise in imagination. Ever wondered how the Pod and Chariot fit into the larger saucer body? What was between the bulk heads? Lost in Space was created by Irwin Allen. 3d model created by John Picha.

CHARIOT

The Chariot first appeared in the 1965 television series, Lost in Space. The Chariot is an All Terrain Amphibious Vehicle primarily used to cart equipment and passengers to remote locations on alien worlds. It can only operate within an atmosphere. When unused Chariot is dissembled and stowed inside the Jupiter 2 saucer. 3d model created by John Picha

SPACE POD

The Space Pod first appeared in the 1965 television series, Lost in Space. The pod is primarily a planetary scout vehicle. It can be operated by a single crew member. It is used for short distance exploration and can travel between atmosphere and space. When unused the landing-craft docks inside the much larger Jupiter 2 saucer. 3d model created by John Picha.

SECOND SEASON LASER PISTOL

This futuristic laser pistol first appeared in 1966. It was featured in the second season of Lost in Space. 3d model created by John Picha.

B9 ROBOT

The Robot first appeared in the 1965 television show, Lost in Space. This 'General Utility Non-Theorizing Environmental Control Robot' accompanied a family of colonists as they journeyed through space aboard the Jupiter 2. Over time the robot formed a close friendship with Will Robinson, the youngest member of the expedition. The robot was designed by Robert Kinoshita. 3d model created by John Picha.

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