A group of children on the holidays encounter the alien. The extraterrestrial explorer flies, talks funny and is visibly not from this planet. But, actually, she looks like a little girl.

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Type: Scripted

Languages: Slovak

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1978-10-25

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Planets in science fiction are fictional planets that appear in various media of the science fiction genre as story-settings or depicted locations.

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Takis — The home planet of Dr. Tachyon. Tallon IV – Planet from Metroid Prime. Once home to the ancient Chozo civilization, now inhabited by space pirates' mining operation. Tanis — Destination of the sleeper ship Elysium in the film Pandorum. Targ — The planet on which the computer game Mercenary and its sequels take place. Te — A gas giant planet with a solid surface from the Halo series. It is the homeworld of the Lekgolo. Te is located in the Svir system and orbited by Rantu, Rentus, Uhtua and 22 other satellites. Tencton — the home planet of extraterrestrials in the series and movie Alien Nation. Terminus is a planet at the edge of the Galaxy in Isaac Asimov's Foundation Series, home of the Foundation (later capital of the Foundation Federation). Thalassa — A watery planet colonized by Earth, and revisited by a ship travelling to the planet Sagan 2 in Arthur C. Clarke's novel The Songs of Distant Earth. Thra — The world of The Dark Crystal. The Third Planet from the Black Hole: A fictional world mentioned, though not seen, in Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla in 1974. The planet is home to a form of ape-like creatures which can take on a disguise to resemble humans that typically fades after death. The planet is slowly being sucked into a black hole, which forced their species to attempt to conquer Earth by the use of a mechanical doppelganger of Godzilla; Mechagodzilla. They return in 1978's Terror of Mechagodzilla having reconstructed the machine and enlisting the aid of a scientist whose daughter they saved in order to gain the services of a massive kaiju named Titanosaurus, in an attempt to defeat Godzilla and finally begin their invasion of Earth as their own world is now in critical danger. Their fate is left ambiguous after Terror of Mechagodzilla. An alternate version of the species appears in the Dark Horse Comics run of Godzilla, with similar intentions for the conquest of Earth and for similar reasons. In the comics, they help to develop Cybersaur (a Mechagodzilla stand-in) and the All-Terraintula, a spider-like mecha. Both were designed for the purpose of battling Godzilla, whom they perceived as their greatest threat to conquest of Earth. Thessia — The homeworld of the Asari from the Mass Effect series. It is located in the Parnitha system. Thessia is rich in the fictional resource 'Element Zero'. Thor — A planet of the star Epsilon Eridani inhabited by an intelligent native avian species and Earth colonists in L. Sprague de Camp's Viagens Interplanetarias series. Thoth — A planet of the star Procyon inhabited by a species of anarchic, bisexual “teddy bears” in L. Sprague de Camp's Viagens Interplanetarias series. Tiamat — An oceanic planet whose sun orbits a black hole, socially divided into two moieties (Summer and Winter), ruled by a queen with abrupt changes in social conditions every 150 years. From Joan D. Vinge's The Snow Queen. Tirol — The homeworld of the Robotech Masters in the anime Robotech. Titan — The setting of the Fighting Fantasy gamebooks; not to be confused with the Saturnian satellite Titan. Tormance — A planet orbiting Arcturus in David Lindsay's novel, A Voyage to Arcturus. Tralfamadore — A planet populated by the phlegmatic Tralfamadorians in the works of Kurt Vonnegut. Tran – The main setting of Jerry Pournelle's Janissaries series. Tranai – The utopian planet from Robert Sheckley's novella A Ticket to Tranai, where very unorthodox methods, such as legalizing street robbery and granting each citizen a right to murder the planet's president, are practiced to maintain a free society. Trantor is a planet in Isaac Asimov's Foundation Series and Empire series of science fiction novels. Tristane – A planet in Nina Allan's novel, The Rift Tschai — The sole planet of Carina 4269, 212 light-years from Earth, slightly larger than Terra and populated by three alien races, one sentient native species and various human races, as described in “Planet of Adventure” by Jack Vance. Tuchanka — The homeworld of the Krogan from the Mass Effect series. It is located in the Aralakh system. Tuchanka is predominantly desert as the result of a nuclear winter. T'vao — An asteroid in the Y'Deio system. It is the home of the T'vaoan Kig-Yar (Skirmishers) from the Halo series. Twinsun — A planet lit by two fixed suns, both fixed relative to it, in the Little Big Adventure computer games. Twinsun has three climates: the poles are hot and desert, the equator is cold and Arctic, and between them lie temperate lands.

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