Star Trek: Voyager is a science fiction television series set in the Star Trek universe. The series follows the adventures of the Starfleet vessel USS Voyager, which becomes stranded in the Delta Quadrant 70,000 light-years from Earth.

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Do we ever see a 0-G environment on a Holodeck?

I was reading the TNG Bible and found the following excerpt about Holodecks: In the holodecks, almost any kind of recreation, training or exercise can be simulated, especially since these same ...
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Why don't starships use holodecks as living quarters?

It seems as if you could get a lot more out of them instead of just simple rooms. You could live in a cabin, on the beach, etc.. Plus, it seems like you could get A LOT more people in a smaller ...
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Did The Doctor on the Starship Voyager ever explicitly reference memories or knowledge from the EMH Diagnostic utility grafted into his programming?

This answer got me wondering, The Doctor spent seven years on Voyager and expanded out of his role to a significant degree, not to mention he is literally a part of the ship, so it would make sense ...
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In the Star Trek Universe, what is the value of Gold in the 24th Century?

ST TNG "The Last Outpost": KAYRON: You see? They are demented. Their values are insane. You cannot believe the business opportunities they have destroyed. LETEK: Proof of their barbarism. ...
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Plans for Star Trek: DS9 or Voyager movies

Obviously there were never any such movies and never will be. But I'm interested in how far any planning ever went. What is the firmest any plans ever got to produce a movie featuring DS9 or ...
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Why did the creators of Voyager decide to develop the role of the Conn Officer?

Out of universe, what made the Star Trek: Voyager creators/producers develop the role of the Conn Officer? In TOS, the role was different (a helmsman and navigator) and on the the Enterprise-D, ...
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Do the Borg have a pre-programmed directive?

I always wonder why the Borg behave the way they do, and exactly how their collective thinks. Do they strive for dominance and perfection because they are programmed to do so, or is the collective ...
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When did Tom Paris and B'elanna Torres get married?

ST Voyager "Nightingale": TORRES: Don't worry about it. Bumping elbows comes with the job. And you can call me B'Elanna. Put this with the others. These relays should have been replaced a ...
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How could Janeway not punish the EMH for disobeying a direct order, transporting off voyager, & giving shield frequencies to an enemy vessel?

ST Voyager "Flesh and Blood": EMH: You've given me extraordinary freedom over the years. I've obviously abused it. JANEWAY: Maybe. Or maybe you've simply become as fallible as those of ...
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Why wasn't Harry Kim promoted beyond ensign, when others like Tom Paris were multiple times?

I read this question, but it's not the same as mine: Why is Harry Kim senior staff? ST Voyager "Nightingale": JANEWAY: You've been in command on Voyager before. KIM: On the night shift, for ...
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Did anything ever become of the particular Borg resistance movement that was created in the Voyager episode “Unimatrix Zero?”

ST Voyager "Unimatrix Zero": JANEWAY: Well, Unimatrix Zero may be gone but it looks like the resistance is alive and kicking. With any luck, the Collective may never be the same. SEVEN: ...
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Did 7 of 9 ever hear from or meet up with Axum again after the Episode “Unimatrix Zero?”

JANEWAY: Well, Unimatrix Zero may be gone but it looks like the resistance is alive and kicking. With any luck, the Collective may never be the same. SEVEN: Korok said he would try to ...
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Did Tuvok, B'Elanna, and Janeway live the rest of their lives with Borg implants/technology inside of them?

ST Voyager "Unimatrix Zero": Chief medical officer's log, stardate 54014.4. It's been forty eight hours since the away team returned to Voyager. Thanks to the neural suppressant, I've been ...
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How was General Korok able to take control of a Borg Sphere, and in such a short amount of time?

In the episode there are a small amount of Borg that are able to go to Unimatrix Zero and are able to retain their individuality while regenerating. ST Voyager "Unimatrix Zero": AXUM: You used ...
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How is it possible that 7 of 9's 24th century ocular implant is better at detecting disruptions in space-time than a 29th century Federation timeship?

Star Trek Voyager "Relativity": BRAXTON: For some reason, I always think you'll remember. I'm Captain Braxton. This is Lieutenant Ducane. You're aboard the Federation Timeship Relativity. ...
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The EMH had a son and it was a “long story”. What happened?

In the Star Trek: Voyager  episode "Blink of an Eye", Voyager is stuck in orbit of a planet with a tachyon core which causes time on the planet to elapse at a much faster rate than normal. ...
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Why was it decided to set Star Trek Voyager in the Delta Quadrant?

By the time of Voyager, we were reasonably familiar with most of the players in the Alpha and Beta quadrants of the galaxy. We knew that the Borg were our main adversary from the Delta Quadrant and ...
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Do we know if any of the episodes that we watched of ST Voyager were of the duplicate crew?

In the Star Trek Voyager episode "Course: Oblivion" we learn that the duplicate Voyager crew that was created in the Star Trek Episode "Demon" created a Voyager ship and were exploring the galaxy ...
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Chakotay says he's never met boothby before, but clearly he had, why?

ST Voyager "In the Flesh": CHAKOTAY: Let's just say it's good to be back. What about yourself? How long have you been posted here, Mister? BOOTHBY: Boothby. Boothby's the name. ...
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How could the Duplicate Voyager crew not know that they were duplicates?

ST Voyager "Demon": DEMON KIM: We'd rather die than be alone. We deserve life. JANEWAY: This silver blood that created you. It duplicated Harry without killing him. So you don't need our ...
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What's the relationship between Ensign Janeway and Capt. Janeway?

In the Star Trek: TNG Episode "Man of the People", we have these lines: TROI: Computer today's appointment calendar. COMPUTER: Oh nine hundred hours, counselling session with Ensign Janeway. ...
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Out of universe, why was Seven-of-Nine introduced?

Seven of Nine, along with Voyager's encounter with the Borg, to me anyway, seems to quite suddenly appear. Out-of-universe, what was the reason to introduce the new character of Seven-of-Nine midway ...
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Why do we see so few Andorians or Tellarites serving in Starfleet or aboard starships?

Obviously, out of universe having these alien species would be a huge headache for make-up and financial drain in terms of production costs, but is there an in-universe explanation? Tellarites and ...
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Was Kim's outburst in “Resolutions” a direct callback or reference to Tuvix's in “Tuvix”

Seeing both Season 2 Episode 24 "Tuvix" and Season 2 Episode 25 "Resolutions" back to back, the ethical question put in both seems almost intentional. In "Tuvix" the titular character lashes out on ...
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Word of God on Tuvix's Murder

The Star Trek Voyager episode "Tuvix" dealt with a transporter accident that took two people and merged them into a unique lifeform, shown to be sentient and sapient and healthy. At the end, he ...
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Which Captain ordered the most Crew to their deaths?

Currently rewatching all of Voyager, and remembering how callous Janeway was in ordering Tuvix's death. And how many times she threatens to, and actually activates the Self-Destruct Sequence. I ...
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How did Non-Federation powers view environmentalism?

Given that the Federation is generally described as a paradise, it's safe to say it's pollution free. We also got a general view of Ferengi views of environmentalism in the Deep Space Nine finale. How ...
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How did Voyager encounter the Krenim so soon when Kes hadn't ascended?

In Voyager's Before and After, Kes warns Captain Janeway (at the point in her timeline when she is eventually stabilized) about their impending encounter with the Krenim "in about six months", for ...
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In-universe, what is the origin of the name “Borg”? [duplicate]

Is there an explanation anywhere of why the Borg have come to call themselves "the Borg", in-universe? Note : I am not asking about the origins of the Borg collective itself — only how ...
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Why does the watch that Chakotay replicated months ago to give Janeway gain energy by being recycled?

Voyager "Year of Hell": JANEWAY: It's beautiful. CHAKOTAY: Nineteenth century, mechanical movement. It's a replica of the chronometer worn by Captain Cray of the British Navy, His ship was ...
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Why did the timeline revert back to its original state after Janeway destroyed the temporal core in the episode “Year of hell”?

Voyager "Year of Hell part 2": TUVOK [OC]: Captain, we won't be protected. JANEWAY: Exactly. If that ship is destroyed all of history might be restored. And this is one year I'd like to ...
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Why is Harry Kim senior staff?

Harry Kim is an ensign, the most junior of post academy officers. Voyager is Harry's first posting after the academy (VOY: Non-sequitur). Kim is the primary operations officer even before half of ...
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Why does Harry Kim get in trouble for sleeping with an alien?

In Voyager 5x17, The Disease (Full Transcript), Harry Kim sleeps with an alien of the Varro species, which is apparently against the rules: TAL: I told you we're not going to get caught. If ...
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Has Starfleet ever sent ships on extra-galactic missions?

There have been incidents in both TOS and TNG where their respective Enterprises have been flung outside the galaxy against their will, due to alien intervention. For example, "By Any Other Name", ...
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Why does the Doctor display such loyalty to the Equinox crew?

When the Equinox Doctor's ethical subroutines are deleted, he is capable of doing all sorts of things he normally would not do, like killing alien life forms to turn them into fuel. I do not ...
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Delta Flyer Transporter Capability

Why didn't the Delta Flyer have a transporter pad? We know Voyager is low on energy, so why use site-to-site transports regularly (site-to-site uses more energy due to requirement of two transporter ...
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Which, in order are the physically strongest & quickest; Vulcan, Klingon, Romulan, Jem'Hadar, Borg drone, Cardassian, Bajoran, & Trill? [closed]

I used the major protagonists and antagonists in the Alpha and Beta Quadrants. If you'd like to add some Delta Quadrant like the Vidiians or the Kazon, you're more than welcome. If you have other ...
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When did our universe and the Star Trek universe diverge?

Note that my question assumes as a given that Star Trek is in an alternate universe which diverged from ours at some point in history. That seems really, really obvious and undeniable to me. So the ...
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Is there any out-of-universe meaning to starship registry numbers?

In the Star Trek universe, Starfleet vessels have registry numbers that typically begin with the prefix NX or NCC. The most famous of these is NCC-1701, the registry number of the USS Enterprise and ...
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Why would people know how to hand write in Star Trek?

In the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Unforgettable", Chakotay falls in love with a woman he knows he is going to completely forget, and she somehow magically makes technology "forget" her too. In order ...
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What's wrong with production numbers for ST:VOY 4x14 and 4x15

From Memory Alpha episodes' box (emphasis mine). Star Trek Voyager, "Message in a Bottle": VOY, Episode 4x14 Production number: 181 80th of 168 produced in VOY 81st of 168 released in VOY Star ...
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How does the EMH hold onto a phaser while having bullets go through him?

In the Voyager episode: "Future's End, Part II" the doctor rescues B'elanna and Chakotay. PORTER: They've got lasers! A black man and some bald guy. (The EMH enters. Porter and Butch's bullets ...
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How were the 20th century people able to enter a shuttlecraft?

In the Voyager episode: "Future's End, Part II" Chakotay and B'elanna crash land on earth. A group of renegades in Arizona find the shuttlecraft and take Chakotay and B'elanna hostage. It wouldn't ...
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What did Janeway do with the 29th century tricorder she took?

In the Star Trek Voyager episode: "Future's End": JANEWAY: Welcome to the twenty fourth century. I took the precaution of removing your tricorder. That's what it's called, by the way. ...
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How were Chakotay and B'elanna able to fly a ship with damaged engines?

In the Voyager episode: "Future's End, Part II" Chakotay and B'elanna crash land on earth. CHAKOTAY: Propulsion is offline. Voyager, we're going down Later in the episode they get rescued by the ...
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Meaning of uniform color in Star Trek Voyager

I was always wondering whether the color of the uniform has still a meaning in Star Trek Voyager. I used to believe this: Red: Commanders Yellow: Security and Engineers Teal: Medicine and Science ...
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Was the Theory of Relativity's Time Dilation addressed in Star Trek Universe?

According to my limited understanding of the Theory of Relativity and Time Dilation, objects that are further away age at a different "speed" than here on earth. A simple example are the astronauts ...
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How does a sonic shower work?

What is the mechanism behind a sonic shower in the STU? A shower with water does various things, namely; get rid of odors, raise body temperature, acts as a disinfectant, has a soothing massage ...
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Why does a phaser sometimes vaporize organic matter and sometimes not on a maximum setting of kill?

It appears that a phaser vaporizes organic matter on maximum setting. Remember that in this episode several lower settings barely phase Yuta but the maximum setting completely vaporizes her with no ...
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Does the Federation ever establish full relations with the Tamarians?

After the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Darmok", does the Federation ever establish open relations with the Tamarians? Non-canon sources are welcome. If so, how do they establish a form of ...