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|Ho poi visto PROMETHEUS e COVENANT.. 2 film moscini (poi troppa luce per essere dei alien dopo il francese sta mania di alzare gli iso...) sta di fatto che scott in pratica ha fatto vedere che quella è la nave degli ingenieri.. nel primo film rinveninvano prue il cadavere di uno di loro nella plancia ma per tutti era uno xenomorfo al pilotaggio voi cosa pensavate che fosse realmente?? nei prossimi 2 capitoli di prequel previsti vedremo come cazzo ha fatto ad arrivare pure su quel pianeta li.. che non è quello che si è visto in prometheus.. anzi un umano aveva lasciato pure un segnale mal interpretato dall'equipaggio del nostromo poi rivelatosi segnale di pericolo di stare alla larga da quel pianeta e invece sappiamo come ando' a finire..
ma secondo voi SCOTT pensava davvero agli ingegneri gia da prima?? voi cosa pensavate che fosse questo: http://babysoftmurderhands.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Movies-For-Gamers-Alien-1979-2.jpeg è rimsto in sospeso dal 79 fino dal 2012
Origin of the Crash on LV-426
The Engineer's remains were first discovered in a derelict spacecraft as crewmembers from the Nostromo were investigating the source of a distress signal emanating from LV-426, (now known as Acheron) an unsurveyed satellite (at that time) that orbits the gas giant, Calpamos. Not much is known on how the Engineer's ship crashed or what it was doing with the Xenomorph Eggs in its hull, but there are several theories:
An Engineer was carrying Xenomorph Eggs as weapons secured in a compartment covered by an electrical mist that reacted when broken, but one of the eggs "hatched" and a Facehugger managed to get out and ambush the pilot by surprise. With the Facehugger attached to its face the pilot was unable to maneuver the spaceship, and it crashed onto the middle satellite (LV-426) that orbits the ringed gas giant planet Calpamos. The pilot, who later gained consciousness, sent out a distress signal but it didn't make it and the Chestburster killed it.
Behind the scenes
"The Pilot" was so named by H. R. Giger, who originally designed the creature. It has become more popularly known as the "Space Jockey," a name that first appeared on a storyboard for the scene in Alien during which the creature first appears. Director Ridley Scott has admitted that he doesn't know who had christened it as such, but the name stuck and became the unofficial moniker for the creature on set.
The derelict ship contains several thousand Alien Eggs. It is suggested by Ridley Scott in the director commentary to the film that the Space Jockey's ship was an "aircraft carrier or battlewagon of a civilization, and the eggs were a cargo which were essentially weapons. Like a large form of bacterialogical/biomechanoid warfare." The eggs, which are kept in the ship's hold, could presumably be dropped on an enemy planet, and the Aliens would proceed to kill the population as they spawned. "The Space Jockey was...the driver of the craft who is now, after many ages...has started to look like a perfect example of...where does biology end and technology begin, because he seems to have grafted...into what essentially was...a pilot's seat. But clearly from here, this is where the communication attempt would emanate from probably in an automatic transmission. So this creature obviously had experienced, maybe one of the eggs had been disturbed and a creature had got out, had attacked the rest of the crew...but let's say he was a part of the civilization he came from and now had melded into his seat." The Nostromo's computer, Mother, starts to translate the Space Jockey's transmission and it appears to Ripley to be a warning.
According to James Cameron, the Space Jockey's craft picked up Alien Eggs and the pilot became infected by the dangerous cargo; the ship landed or crashed on LV-426 and the Space Jockey transmitted the signal as a warning.
In a 2011 interview with Filmophilia.com, director Ridley Scott revealed that Space Jockey in Alien is actually a suit containing the deceased being (which is never shown). Scott also revealed that his desire to explore the unaddressed story behind the ship on LV-426, the host of eggs aboard, and the mysterious pilot were his primary inspiration for returning to the franchise with Prometheus.