Other mistake: Right at the start, as they're crashing, the computer narrates their rapidly-dropping altitude in feet. But the "altitude" dial we're shown is in metres. Most noticeable as they cross the 3,000 mark, when the computer voice and the height say/show the same number at the same time, despite the different units. 3,000m would be more like 9,000 feet, or 3,000 feet would be more like 1,000m. (00:03:20)
Other mistake: One of the episodes shows John at a Marine base camp. It shows him wearing Army fatigues, and in Episode 7, Maureen jokingly says "weren't you a Navy SEAL?" right after he fails to throw this hook to get to safety from a tar pit. So what is he? A soldier? Marine? SEAL? Can't be all three.
Factual error: At the start the Robinsons are playing a game of fish, in weightless or free fall conditions. At about 1:30 the computer announces "Completing De-Orbit Burn." De-Orbit Burn involves deceleration. This is not free fall, they should be experiencing the deceleration and hence a sense of gravity. The cards should not float. (00:01:30)
Plot hole: The show starts with the Jupiter crashing into the planet... also the other Jupiter seems to have had problems landing on the unnamed planet... why? The Jupiters were fully capable of flying around the planet as we saw it in other moments. None of them were attacked by the robot, they are not escape pods. So why crash land into the planet? Also why get out of the ship just to be stranded on an icy hellhole? The space ship is waterproof, as we saw in another episode. So why get out just to have one person go in again and get trapped on ice? And that's just the tips of the iceberg, pun intended.
Revealing mistake: While Maureen and John are piloting their two maintenance pods, in the closeups which face each of them head-on, note the walls behind them have numerous identical smudges in their individual pods, which is especially noticeable in consecutive closeups.
Plot hole: At the end, when Maureen is searching for John in orbit, she only radios him after Will sees him clinging to the floating wreckage. Before that, she only used sensors aboard Jupiter to try and locate him. She makes no attempt at radio contact for any survivors, which would have quickened the rescue. John can also radio her back, but he did not attempt to call for help.
Visible crew/equipment: After Penny asks everyone on the ship to double-check that everything is tied down, when Will tells Robot that he thinks he found something to help them later, there's a yellow T-mark taped to the floor which is visible at the bottom of the screen. (00:31:20)
Continuity mistake: At about the 30-minute mark, right after Judy and Maureen have a heart about being the perfect daughter, Maureen says "you have to get out of here." When she says this, she slips out of her harness and her shoulders come loose, which is the only reason the two can't leave the ship easily. The next shot we see of Maureen she is back in her harness. (00:30:10)