For me, Stevie Nicks with her "just like the wide ranger" (white-winged dove). That song has some others, but I don't remember them now.
For years I interpreted that as "Awesome, shoot your own way".
Omega and Larn were fun, too.
On the plus side, they may now have experimental proof of the Milky Way...
You're better off reading a book than watching this stuff.
Outside of a snake, a book is man's best friend.
Sugerstring theory isn't even experimentally verifiable!
This isn't a bad time to post a link to SIMH, too. It simulates:
Data General Nova, Eclipse
Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-1, PDP-4, PDP-7, PDP-8, PDP-9, PDP-10, PDP-11, PDP-15, VAX
GRI Corporation GRI-909, GRI-99
IBM 1401, 1620, 1130, 7090/7094, System 3
Interdata (Perkin-Elmer) 16b and 32b systems
Hewlett-Packard 2114, 2115, 2116, 2100, 21MX, 1000
MITS Altair 8800, with both 8080 and Z80
Royal-Mcbee LGP-30, LGP-21
Scientific Data Systems SDS 940
4 words altogether:
The Morrow Project
The world would be improved with fewer 'dumb macho guys', so there's no downside to that.
Breed, so that soon SciFy channel can make a movie called Sharkmatoe?
I believe archive.org has (or had) a lot of Byte magazines downloadable as PDFs.
Whichever destination, there's a lot of work to do before the final countdown.
I remember walking by a few lots las time I was there. Some would have been visible from above; others, maybe only Street View would have shown. But yeah, the underground garages wouldn't be easily visible from unless they caught a vehicle coming in or out.
A few minutes using Google Earth or the like would have shown him what it's like there.