|This article is about a/an morpher in Power Rangers in Space, the last installment in the Zordon Era.|
|"Anybody know what time it is? It's Morphin' Time!"|
|―Brody and the Legendary Rangers[src]|
The Astro Morpher was a wrist-mounted gadget worn by the five core Space Rangers, developed on KO-35 and given to the former Turbo Rangers by Andros. These featured a more utilitarian design and were the first multi-functional Morphers, utilized for summoning the team’s vehicles and Zords as well as morphing and communication via entering 3-digit codes into a numerical keypad.
Morphing Sequences and other codes
It should be noted, that in the show, the only code ever seen used is "3-3-5", the other codes, while seen listed on the morpher, are never entered. The toy version also has another code programmed in allowing the user to play a "Simon Says" type game where the morpher calls out a number, and the player enters the number. This continues in an increasingly faster manner, and has four "lives" (the red lights) that allow the player four mistakes. The code for the game is 9-1-2. There is also a "sound icon" button to alert the Rangers.
- 3-3-5: the input code that enables the user to morph into a Power Ranger.
- 2-5-9: the input code to summon the Ranger's Galaxy Glider.
- 7-6-1: input code ordering Megaship to deploy the Mega Tank.
- 1-0-8: input code to link up with D.E.C.A.
- 5-4-1: the input code to summon the Astro Megazord.
To morph, the Rangers would call “Let’s Rocket!”, open their Morphers’ lids, and enter the code ‘3-3-5-Enter’.
According to T.J.'s Identity Crisis, pressing the button "0" will teleport the Rangers to the last known location.
- The second part of the morphing sequence is actually Megaranger footage. Instead of showing "MEGA(COLOR) READY," it is replaced with "MORPHING COMPLETE" with the text being the respective Ranger's color. The "OK" on the visors are also omitted. This is the same with Zhane's morph.
- The Astro Morpher was voiced by an uncredited Samuel Pop Aning (who also portrayed the I.N.E.T. technician Pop in Megaranger, and later Whacker Wilson in "Lost & Found in Translation") using the same voice clip as its counterpart, the Degitaizer.
- According to Shuki Levy, during the production between the 16th and 17th episodes of Power Rangers Turbo, the Astro Morpher originally was going to retain its counterpart name in the draft script but later was scrapped.