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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Helm vs. Engineering (changing of speed)

The vast majority of the time, the helm officer plots the new course and speed (Warp 7 at heading 141 mark 11). Sometimes, though, Engineering is asked to change speed/put the ship into warp. Such a ...
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Where were the Vulcans during the final inspection?

In VOY: Counterpoint, Voyager's crew hide a number of telepathic refugees plus their own three crew members; Jarot, an otherwise unknown Betazoid and the two Vulcans, Tuvok and Vorik in a transporter ...
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What species or individuals can restore life?

The two I can think of at the moment are Q and Nomad. Q's power is pretty much unlimited, and Nomad restored Scotty's life. I guess maybe you could argue that Seven of Nine, or any Borg Drone, can ...
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Was the Borg destroyed at the end of Voyager?

In the series finale of Voyager (and arguably the series finale of all the Star Trek TV series if DS9's date is right in my head) we see the Borg collapsing as the queen dies and the virus future ...
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Did Q ever break the 4th wall?

I just figured, as it never happens in Star Trek, it would just add a bunch to Q if he did; it would have demonstrated that he is an omnipotent being. I don't expect him sitting on a balcony, smoking ...
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What happened at the end of Voyager: Endgame?

The final episode of Star Trek: Voyager, "Endgame" has this sequence: Voyager enters transwarp tunnel. Sphere seen bearing down on Voyager Sphere exits tunnel + ...
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Why are downloads destructive in the Star Trek universe?

There are numerous places in various Star Trek episodes where references are made to the fact that "downloads" are a destructive operation: you download something from one place, and unless you ...
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Why does The EMH Doctor feel emotion, but Data does not?

Both The Enterprise-D/E's Data, and Voyager's Emergency Medical Hologram, are crew members who are artificial intelligences. In TNG, Data is depicted as being incapable of feeling emotion (at least ...
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Which Star Trek episodes deal with the Omega Particle?

I'm interested in learning more about the Omega Particle as revealed in the Star Trek TV shows (TNG, DS9, VOY, ENT). What shows deal with the Omega Particle, and what is the recommended viewing order?...
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Is there any explanation as to why it sounds like Neelix was badly dubbed over for a single word in the Star Trek Voyager episode, Tuvix?

I've been rewatching Voyager on Amazon Prime, and have stumbled upon something ridiculously nitpicky, but is bothering me deeply. About 1:38 into the episode, "Tuvix," Neelix asks Tuvok, "Why don't ...
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Why does Q (nearly always) appear in uniform?

For the most part, when appearing on Starfleet vessels, Q shows up wearing the uniform of whatever crew he visits. I guess he doesn't have the creativity to create his own duds? Presumably the Q don'...
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Which ship has made the most first contacts?

From what we see in Star Trek, first contacts are very important dealings. So, my question is which ship 1 has made the most number of first contacts? Allow me to define 'first contacts'. For the ...
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Does Q perform “magic,” or does he actually know how to do everything?

Bear with me. When Q snaps his fingers and turns Crusher into a dog, does he just "think it," or is there some scientific "explanation" for how he could do such a thing, that he needs to "think" into ...
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Why do aliens from the Delta Quadrant also refer to that part of the galaxy as 'Delta Quadrant'?

If I was living on a planet somewhere in the galaxy and decided to divide that galaxy into some named parts, I would probably name my own region the 'Alpha' part, and chances are that not all species ...
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What was the highest rated episode of Star Trek?

In all of the televised episodes of Star Trek (TOS, TAS, TNG, DS9, VOY & ENT), what was the single highest Nielsen rated episode?
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Was this scene in VOY: 'Alliances' the inspiration for a similar scene in 'Star Trek Into Darkness'?

WARNING: Spoilers for both Voyager 'Alliances' and Star Trek Into Darkness In VOY 'Alliances', we see a scene where Janeway and a bunch of Kazon leaders meet together and are then attacked by a Trabe ...
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Can Borg identify members of the Q?

In "Q Who" and "Q2," one or more Borg Drones find themselves in the same space as a member of the Q Continuum. On the Enterprise in "Q Who," Q is in Engineering, and on Voyager's bridge, Q's son is ...
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How did the EMH remain “solid” when beamed aboard the hologram ship?

In "Flesh and Blood," the holograms beam the EMH over to their ship. Just prior to doing so, Tom Paris attempts to download the EMH's program into the mobile emitter. I assume this would keep the EMH "...
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What ships have gone missing or their status is unknown in Star Trek? [closed]

What ships in Star Trek have gone missing by Starfleet/NASA/etc (USS Voyager doesn't count) and considered lost to the cosmos? These can include ships that were later discovered, such as NASA's 21st ...
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Were the silicon-based life forms also seeded from an original race?

Humanoid beings, such as Klingons, Romulans, and Cardassians, all came from an original humanoid race ("The Chase"). Is there anything in EU works which speaks of this applying to the silicon-based ...
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Is there any story connections between Devar in TNG and Tuvok on Voyager?

In the episode, "Starship Mine" there was a character Devor, a mercenary, who was played by Tim Russ. In Star Trek Voyager, there is a character Tuvok, also played by Tim Russ. Did they ever make any ...
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What's the deal with Janeway's punishments?

In "Meld," Suder commits murder, for basically no reason, and Janeway eventually puts him in his quarters under guard for the duration of the journey. He is initially put into the brig, but it seems ...
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How smart are Borg nanoprobes?

By this I mean the following aspects of the same question: Can an individual nanoprobe act intelligently? Can a collection of nanoprobes (say in the same host) communicate with each other and act ...
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Where does the second door in Captain Janeway's 'Ready Room' lead?

In the episode Voy: Repression, I noticed that when Captain Janeway is escorted into the Ready Room to be executed by Tuvok, she comes through a second door. Where does the second exit in the Ready ...
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What do the Borg think perfection is?

The Borg Queen tells us in 'First Contact' that they seek perfection. What do they view as perfection? They assimilate every race they think would benefit them. "Your biological and technological ...
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Are Borg Drones humanoid?

In "Q Who," while seeing a Borg Drone for the first time in Engineering, Q tells Picard that the invading Borg is "an enhanced humanoid" ("humanoid" as defined in the "Memory Alpha") Now, Q is Q, and ...
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Did Picardo have a cold in 'Jetrel'?

This may seem a bit of a weird question (to be honest, it is) but I was watching VOY 'Jetrel' and noticed that whenever the EMH spoke, he sounded like he was suffering from a cold. I also noted he ...
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Did Captain Janeway violate the Prime Directive in the episode “Demon”?

In the episode "Demon", the crew of Voyager give their DNA to not only a pre-warp civilisation but a pre-sentient civilisation, changing the course of their natural evolution. This seems to me to be a ...
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How did the Backup EMH make the journey back to the Alpha Quadrant without the mobile emitter?

When he was activated at the beginning of VOY: Living Witness he obviously has no mobile emitter since he is a backup copy. He is also seen outside of the holo-recreation of Voyager and walking around ...
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How old is Tuvok?

In the episode "Meld", Tuvok mentions he has been studying violence for over 100 years, but in another episode Janeway gives him a birthday cake and say it will not be long before he hits the "big 3 ...
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Could Data live (at least for a short time) on a Y class planet?

In "Demon," Tom and Kim go to the surface of a Y class planet, despite the huge risk to humanoid life. Even their suits wear away in the atmosphere shortly after landing. Could Data survive without ...
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How did the Doctor get Captain Janeway and Tom Paris back to human in “Threshold”?

They are seen as lizard creatures, then they are stunned with a phaser, brought back aboard Voyager, and seen next in human form back in sick bay. How did the Doctor do this?
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How did Admiral Janeway actually travel back in time?

How did she actually manage to travel back in time and actually end up in the delta quadrant from the alpha quadrant instantly using the chrono deflector?
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Is the planet Alastria located in the Delta quadrant?

In the episode "Prime Factors", Harry Kim is transported to Alastria which is 40 thousand light years away from the planet they are on. So is the planet Alastria still in the delta quadrant?
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How many shuttles does Voyager have, not including The Delta Flyer

In the episode Nightingale, at the start of the episode when Voyager is in the process of a major maintenance overhaul there are at least 3 shuttles that can be seen. I have lost track of the number ...
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Was there any later evidence of organic Breen vessels?

The final episode of Voyager's third season, "Scorpion" (airdate May 21, 1997) contains this line: TUVOK: Starfleet has encountered species that use organic-based vessels. The Breen, for example. ...
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Why does Seven of Nine pronounce “Futile” differently than Locutus?

Before Seven of Nine was freed from the Borg collective by the Voyager crew, she was designated to speak on behalf of the Collective. Of course, she said the famous Borg phrase "Resistance is Futile". ...
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Did this Voyager character take his own life?

Note: For those who are interested in Voyager but haven't seen the final episode, I've taken the liberty of spoiler-blocking most of this question. The final episode of Star Trek: Voyager begins in ...
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In which Voyager episode did the Doctor have sexual relations?

In the Star Trek Voyager episode "Message in a Bottle" (which is the 14th episode of the fourth season), the following dialogue takes place: The Doctor: I'm as close to a sentient life-form as any ...
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How could Janeway have used Holodecks as a child when they were new to Picard?

How could Janeway use Holodecks as a child when Picard and the rest of the Enterprise-D crew make it clear in TNG: Encounter at Farpoint that holo-technology is very new? For many of them it's the ...
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How did the Voyager crew repair the huge hull breach in “Unimatrix Zero, part 2”?

After taking a hit from a Borg tactical cube with their shields down, the Voyager crew repairs the hull breach. How were they able to repair it and so quickly? I think it was even repaired later in ...
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The curious case of Dmitri Valtane

In the Voyager episode "Flashback", we learn that Tuvok was once a junior science officer aboard Sulu's Excelsior, and that he had been present at the moment of death of Lt. Cmdr. Dmitri Valtane: ...
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What happened to the orchids when Tuvok and Neelix were un-merged?

From the initial examination of Tuvix (in the episode of the same name), we learn that flowers had been fused into the new being at the genetic level: EMH: I'm also picking up traces of a third ...
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How many crew quarters did Voyager have?

How many crew quarters did Voyager have? I remember the episode where the Klingon ship self-destructed and the entire crew was transported aboard Voyager and most of the crew if not the entire crew ...
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How could the Borg be patrolling the border of fluidic space?

In "Unimatrix Zero", Axom says he's on a scout ship patrolling the border of fluidic space. I thought that fluidic space was in another dimension/ parallel universe and can only be entered through a ...
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Which time line is later? Star Trek: Voyager's “Living Witness” or Enterprise's “Cold Front/Shockwave”

Does the episode Living Witness go the furthest into the Star Trek timeline since it's 700 years into the future, or is Crewman Daniels' timeline the furthest?
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Did Seven of Nine always know about the Borg Queen?

Did Seven of Nine always know there was a Borg Queen? She never mentioned it before, but in Dark Frontier when she was confronted by the Queen she didn't seem surprised at all.
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Is there an in-universe explanation as to why the Borg look and behave differently in The Next Generation than in First Contact/Voyager? [duplicate]

Is there an in-universe explanation, not just about the way they look, but for the fact the Borg behave differently in The Next Generation, compared to First Contact and Voyager? Guinan's comments ...
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Could you fit a Borg cube in the Voth city-ship?

Would the Voth city-ship be able to hold a Borg cube inside of it? It's obvious it would be able to hold hundreds of Galaxy-class ships or even a few Deep Space Nines, so would it be able to fit a ...
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Did Captain Janeway violate the Prime Directive by stealing a transwarp coil from the Borg?

Did Captain Janeway violate the Prime Directive by stealing the Borg transwarp coil in "Dark Frontier, part 1" since she and the Voyager crew have no right to steal from any species just for their own ...