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Reply #90 posted 09/04/18 10:38pm

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Reply #91 posted 09/04/18 10:50pm

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Reply #92 posted 09/04/18 10:53pm

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Reply #93 posted 09/04/18 10:59pm

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Reply #94 posted 09/04/18 11:03pm

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Reply #95 posted 09/04/18 11:08pm

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Reply #96 posted 09/05/18 11:56pm

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Reply #97 posted 09/06/18 3:33am

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Wow I'm really loving Voyager. I really don't know why it gets criticized so much. Even the Big Bang theory took a jab at it. Voyager has more action and exploring than TNG or DS9. Plus them being stranded out there in the Delta Quadrant made it very interesting and Dark at times.

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Reply #98 posted 09/07/18 2:18pm

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Wow I'm really loving Voyager. I really don't know why it gets criticized so much. Even the Big Bang theory took a jab at it. Voyager has more action and exploring than TNG or DS9. Plus them being stranded out there in the Delta Quadrant made it very interesting and Dark at times.


Yeah, it was my favorite ST series actually. Mainly because it had so much Borg in it...
And the legendary Doctor of course.

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Reply #99 posted 09/09/18 12:52pm

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TheFman said:

kpowers said:

Wow I'm really loving Voyager. I really don't know why it gets criticized so much. Even the Big Bang theory took a jab at it. Voyager has more action and exploring than TNG or DS9. Plus them being stranded out there in the Delta Quadrant made it very interesting and Dark at times.


Yeah, it was my favorite ST series actually. Mainly because it had so much Borg in it...
And the legendary Doctor of course.

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Yes they had some very exciting episodes with the Borg. Voyager has some real bad guys they had to deal with in the Delta Quadrant

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Reply #100 posted 09/20/18 9:16am

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Real-life 'Planet Vulcan' found 16 light-years away from Earth

If it has inhabitants, it's a good bet they all "live long and prosper."

The real-life planet Vulcan, once home to "Star Trek's" Spock (made famous by Leonard Nimoy), has been found, thanks to scientists who've discovered an exoplanet just 16 light-years from Earth.

The planet is associated with the real-life star 40 Eridani A, which has been found to be host to one planet. It is roughly twice the size of Earth (earning it the moniker of a "Super Earth) and orbits its star every 42 days, said astronomer Jian Ge, who led the study.

CASSINI'S LAST VIEW OF SATURN MOON SHOWS FABULOUS METHANE LAKES

“Vulcan was connected to 40 Eridani A in the publications 'Star Trek 2' by James Blish (Bantam, 1968) and 'Star Trek Maps' by Jeff Maynard (Bantam, 1980),” explained astronomer George Henry in the statement.

Given the fact 40 Eridani A is slightly cooler and less massive than our Sun and has a 10.1-year magnetic cycle (compared to 11.6 for our Sun), it could be an "ideal host star" for an advanced civilization, astronomer Matthew Muterspaugh noted.

“The new planet is a ‘super-Earth’ orbiting the star HD 26965, which is only 16 light years from Earth, making it the closest super-Earth orbiting another Sun-like star,” said Ge in a statement. “The planet is roughly twice the size of Earth and orbits its star with a 42-day period just inside the star’s optimal habitable zone.”

The 40 Eridani star system is comprised of three stars, with Vulcan orbiting the "primary" star and the two others are companion stars, which, according to a 1991 letter by Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry and several Harvard astrophysicists, “would gleam brilliantly in the Vulcan sky."

PLUTO SHOULD BE A PLANET AGAIN, RESEARCHERS ARGUE

40 Eridani A, also known as HD 26965, was discovered using the Dharma Endowment Foundation Telescope (DEFT) and is the first “super-Earth” found by the Dharma Survey, the researchers noted.

"This star can be seen with the naked eye, unlike the host stars of most of the known planets discovered to date," said University of Florida astronomer and lead author of the study Bo Ma, in a statement. "Now, anyone can see 40 Eridani A on a clear night and be proud to point out Spock's home."

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Reply #101 posted 09/20/18 1:11pm

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djThunderfunk said:

Here's an interesting vid I came across. I didn't realize the split between CBS/Paramount and the new rules surrounding the Star Trek licenses that came from it had so much to do with all the changes we've seen with JJ's movies and with the new TV shows. Very informative, while also a bit depressing.

"Paramount's Star Trek MUST differ visually and tonally from CBS' Star Trek"

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Don't have time to watch 24 minutes, but what a load of bullshit. $$$ They don't seem to realise or care that this can severly hurt a franchise.

Hey loudmouth, shut the fuck up, right?
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Reply #102 posted 09/20/18 7:10pm

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CBS reveals schedule and plot details for Star Trek: Short Treks series

http://www.joblo.com/movi...series-319

I'm not sure what the point is of 10-15 min episodes, but, I'll take all the Trek I can get.

We were HERE, where were you?

4 those that knew the number and didn't call... fk all y'all!
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