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  HAL 9000 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
HAL became operational on January 12, 1997 (1992 in the movie) [1] at the HAL Plant in Urbana, Illinois, and was created by Dr.
In other languages than English, HAL might have another name: for instance, in the French version of 2001: A Space Odyssey, his name is stated as being CARL, for Cerveau Analytique de Recherche et de Liaison ("Analytic Research and Communication Brain").
In the Futurama episode Love and Rocket, the actions of the lovestruck Planet Express Ship (voiced by Sigourney Weaver) extensively parody those of HAL in several scenes.
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 HAL 9000
HAL became operational on January 12, 1997 (1992 in the movie) [1] at the H.A.L. Laboratory in Urbana, Illinois, and was created by Dr. Chandra.
On Stargate Atlantis, a brief glimpse of HAL's "eye" can be seen in the episode "The Intruder".
If only I could read lips!" upon observing other characters secretly talking in the shower.
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 Lunar Obverse: 08/01/2005 - 08/31/2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Yes, there's an Imperial Star Destroyer and the Millennium Falcon and the starship Enterprise...
But there are also ships like the Planet Express from "Futurama" and the alien mothership from "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" and the Red Dwarf from, well, "Red Dwarf".
Very cleverly done, and calling up the information on that ship on one of the displays seemed to send that particular ship into action, landing or taking off or just zipping around or lumbering by, whichever suited that particular ship.
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