Satellite Search

Episode Information

Power Rangers in Space
Season 6

Title Card for “Satellite Search”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Blair Treu
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Thursday, August 9, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Ohranger # 13
  • Megaranger # 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Previous Episode
Never Stop Searching
Astronema, Clawhammer, Elgar, Quantrons


  • The rocky volcanic planet Calderon looked quite like Jupiter from space. (00:44)
  • When the Rangers left the Megaship as color streaks, Black Ranger’s was green. (06:15)
  • The teens took the jump tubes and flew their Galaxy Gliders morphed toward Calderon through the cyber-tunnel, but they were unmorphed as they walked across the planet’s surface. (06:24)
  • The atmosphere of Calderon happened to have pressure and composition for unprotected humans, and although the temperature was uncomfortably hot, it was not too hot for humans to survive without suits. (06:24)
  • Calderon had a similar rock formation to that on which the Commander Center was located on Earth. (06:51)
  • While searching the planet Calderon for a downed satellite, a Quantron wiped its forehead as though it were sweating. (07:03)
  • When T.J. flipped a Quantron off a small cliff, its helmet nearly popped off, but the Quantron quickly shoved it back on. (07:39)
  • Why Astronema didn’t just destroy the disks upon obtaining them from the Rangers is unknown. (12:23)
  • In a blue sky background, the Megaship opened and transformed its legs with the shuttle still attached; the shuttle then flew out and through a space background, but it was back in the blue sky when it combined with the Megazord. (15:04)


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