Several of the missions' titles may be allusions to other works of fiction or entertainment.
"Fly Me to the Storm" is likely to be a play on "Fly Me to the Moon," a well-known jazz standard and love song popularized by Frank Sinatra.
"The Machineries of Joy" takes its title from a 1964 collection of short stories by science fiction author Ray Bradbury.
"Something This Way Flies" may be an oblique reference to "something wicked this way comes," a line from Shakespeare's Macbeth and the title of another work by Ray Bradbury.
"The Wages of Fear" is the name of a well-known 1953 French-Italian drama film.
"Flow My Tears, the Man Said" is a possible reference to Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said, a 1974 science fiction novel by author Philip K. Dick, which tells the story of a singer and TV star who awakens in a world where he has never existed.
"Training Day" is a reference to the 2001 crime movie of the same name.