Prometheus: Mission database

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As previously presented on the promotional website for Prometheus,


This image leaked after intrepid Weyland Investors detected a regular pulse emanating from a distant star. Once the pulse was decoded as 6EQUJ5, a pattern known as "the Wow! Signal," avid Investors used it to hack into a hidden directory on



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Perceptive Weyland Investors found a mention in the Weyland Corporation's Investor Information of "Cosmic Call 2", a radio message sent from Earth in 2003. When the text from Call 2 was used as a password, this image was discovered on Weyland Corporation servers.



Weyland Investors who dialed **WEYLAND heard a reference to Eridu, an ancient city highly relevant to the Prometheus Project. Through diligent research, these Investors determined that entering Eridu's current name, "tell abu shahrain," granted access to this image.




Med Pod 720i

 Chris Posted: Apr-12-2012 2:42 PM

Have a look at this exclusive high resolution image of the Med Pod 720i found on the USCSS Prometheus space vessel from Ridley Scott's sci-fi film: PROMETHEUS!

Weyland Industries is proud to introduce its latest advancement in medical science with the addition of the Weyland Med Pod 720i! This expensive piece of hardware comes equipped with the latest in medical science technology. The features of the Med Pod 720i include an Airtight Operating Shield, Comfortable Limb Restraints, a Laser Scalpel, Computer Controlled Robotic Surgical Arms, Liquid Spray Anesthetic and Vital Signs Sensors, all mounted on an Adjustable Titanium Base! now has an exclusive high-rez diagram of the Med Pod 720i complete with specs listed above. Click the image below to study the Med Pod 720i in high resolution.


RT01 Transport

Introducing the RT01 TRANSPORT

For the interstellar explorer who needs to stretch their legs after a long trip in "Prometheus"

By Noah Walden Apr 13, 2012 11:00AM

Exclusive offer from Weyland Industries and MSN Movies: the RT01 TRANSPORT, the preferred surface transport of the crew of Ridley Scott's "Prometheus" (launching June 8th). Comes with all the bells and whistles you could ask for when you're on the desolate surface of a newly-discovered planet in a distant solar system: Integrated Bio-Nomic Telecom Unit, Reinforced Touchscreen Blast-Shield, Carbon Matter Sensors, you name it. No mission to find the origin of mankind is complete without the smooth Split Axle Suspension of the the RT01, and your crew will feel marginally protected behind the Titanium-Alloy Coated Armor of the vehicle.

Are these the wheels you're looking for? Learn more at http://www.projectpr​


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