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In the [[SDS|continuation]] series project concept, produced by [[Tom DeSanto]] and [[Bryan Singer]], the [[The Fleet (TOS)|Fleet]], grow tired of their space exodus.
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In the [[SDS|continuation]] series project concept, produced by [[Tom DeSanto]] and [[Bryan Singer]], members of the [[The Fleet (TOS)|Fleet]] grow tired of their space exodus.
  
 
The Fleet discovers an asteroid field rich in resources, and (after some civil strife), settle and prosper. The colony is named '''New Caprica'''.
 
The Fleet discovers an asteroid field rich in resources, and (after some civil strife), settle and prosper. The colony is named '''New Caprica'''.

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For information on the Video Game's "New Caprica", see New Caprica (Video Game). For information on the Re-imagined Series’ colony, see New Caprica.
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In the continuation series project concept, produced by Tom DeSanto and Bryan Singer, members of the Fleet grow tired of their space exodus.

The Fleet discovers an asteroid field rich in resources, and (after some civil strife), settle and prosper. The colony is named New Caprica.

From the resources of the asteroid field, the Colonials build new ships, residences, and other facilities. Battlestar Galactica, outmoded and difficult to maintain, is scheduled for decommissioning.

Similarities

Tired of running from the Cylons, the Colonials of the Re-imagined Series also choose to settle on a planet hidden within a nebula. The citizens also name the planet as New Caprica.

The Video game also chooses New Caprica as the name of a colony.

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