|"The Farthest Man from Home"|
| Series Space: Above and Beyond|
Season 1, Episode 2
|Air date||October 1st, 1995|
|Writers||Glen Morgan; James Wong|
|Producers||Glen Morgan; James Wong; Stephen Zito; Howard Grigsby; Tim McHugh; Herb Adelman; Ken Dennis; Tom Towler|
|Starring||Morgan Weisser; Kristen Cloke; Rodney Rowland; Joel de la Fuente; Lanei Chapman; James Morrison|
"The Dark Side of the Sun"
"The Farthest Man from Home" is the second episode of season one of the science fiction television series Space: Above and Beyond. It was directed by David Nutter and written by series creators Glen Morgan and James Wong. It first aired on the FOX Network on October 1st, 1995.
Principal Cast Edit
|Morgan Weisser||Lieutenant Nathan West|
|Kristen Cloke||Lieutenant Shane Vansen|
|Rodney Rowland||Lieutenant Cooper Hawkes|
|Joel de la Fuente||Lieutenant Paul Wang|
|Lanei Chapman||Lieutenant Vanessa Damphousse|
|James Morrison||Lieutenant Colonel Tyrus "T.C." McQueen|
Guest Stars Edit
|Michael Mantell||Howard Sewell|
|Linda Carlson||Theresa Ashford|
|Bok Yun Chon||Yuko Kayagust|
|Tucker Smallwood||Commodore Ross|
|Thomas Mills||Captain Joyner|
|Leslie Pratt||Squad leader|
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