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Robert April- A Star Trek Personnel file

Posted by Sean Mahannah on

 "No matter where I've traveled in the galaxy, Jim, this bridge is more like home than anywhere else." – Commodore Robert April

The first Captain of the Enterprise, NCC-1701, he commanded the ship for 5 years, he is one of the most decorated Starfleet Captains.

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Star Trek’s Nyota Uhura- A Personnel File Report

Posted by Sean Mahannah on

Nyota Uhura was a Human Starfleet officer in the 23rd century. She served as a communications officer aboard the USS Enterprise and.....

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The Controversial Story On The Critically Acclaimed Star Trek Episode; "City On The Edge Of Forever".

Posted by Katherine Schwanitz on

Many people don’t know the name of Harlan Ellison today.
Ask a Star Trek fan about “The City on the Edge of Forever” and they will light up. 

What people don’t know is that the episode they have seen and loved is not exactly what Harlan wrote because it was edited several times by....

 

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Christine Chapel-Star Trek Bio

Posted by Sean Mahannah on

Nurse Christine Chapel of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 served the crew in the medical department from 2266 to 2270 under...

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Captain James T Kirk-Star Trek Personnel Bio- (The Prime Universe)

Posted by Sean Mahannah on

Captain James T. Kirk (Starfleet serial number SC937-0176 CEC), arguably history's most well-known and decorated Starfleet officer, was born on March 22, 2233 in Riverside, Iowa, Earth, to George and Winona Kirk. He was named for his paternal 

 

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Star Trek Series Timeline: What Is the Right Order to View The Shows?

Posted by Sean Mahannah on

One of the elements that has made Star Trek so enduring is that it has always been able to reinvent itself with the times while also adhering to the core concepts of the show. In this article, we'll take a look at the Star Trek series timeline and offer some guidance for how fans should experience the series....

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Will Star Trek Live Long And Prosper?? Not Unless Younger People Get Hooked..

Posted by Sean Mahannah on

1996-2009 is a long gap to have no new fans coming into a franchise...That's our fault guys. We dropped the ball on carrying the torch and a whole generation of kids don't know our Star Trek. We need to fix that for the Star Trek franchise to Live Long & Prosper.

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The U.S.S Enterprise Refit NCC-1701-A

Posted by Sean Mahannah on

The Constitution Class Enterprise-A was commissioned in 2286, and is the second Federation starship to carry the name Enterprise. While the ship's history before its recommissioning as Enterprise has never been officially stated....

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Where to start if you're new to Star Trek

Posted by Sean Mahannah on

As an avid fan of Star Trek and the owner of Mahannah's Sci-Fi Universe, one of the most common questions I hear about Star Trek is that there is so much of it...New people to the universe don't know where to even begin with catching up on it... Here is my list, in order, of how to introduce someone to the amazing galaxy of Star Trek.. 

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The Trouble with Tribbles 50 years ago this week

Posted by Sean Mahannah on

Fifty years after its television debut, “The Trouble with Tribbles” may be the most popular episode of any of Star Trek. It was an unintended comedy that has delighted generations of fans. Surprisingly though, some of those who helped put it on screen hated it...

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