On a flight through space, a stowaway is detected. What ought to be done with the person who would do such a thing? Life support is limited, and the only logical thing to do is to jetison them into space to preserve the safety of the crew. There’s just one problem. She’s a cute blonde.
The astronaut who pilots the ship just can’t bring himself to do the deed. If he does nothing, they all may crash and die, and their shipment of medical supplies will cause men at their destination to die from lack of medicine. The computer analysis allows for a little time before a decision has to be made. Is there any possible scenarios that allow for the sweet female stowaway to remain and survive the mission? Will she be brave enough to face up to her fate? All she wanted to do is travel to the far flung planet to meet up with her husband again.
The clock is ticking, the laws of physics won’t allow for the excess passenger. As a concession, radio contact is made, and the woman is allowed to talk to her husband before she is forced to take her space walk of doom. The suspense rises, the drama builds, but there’s still no changing those cold, hard facts of survival.