In the TNG episode "Where No-One Has Gone Before" the Enterprise-D enters another galaxy.
Does she ever go to another galaxy a second time?
Why am I aksing such a absurd question? The spoken opening text of TNG is quite different in the German translation. Translated back to English it goes something like:
Space - infinite vastnesses. We are in a distant future. These are the adventures of the new starship Enterprise, which is many light-years away from earth on its way, to discover new worlds, unknown lifeforms and new civilisations. The Enterprise thereby advances to galaxies, that no man has seen before.
Obviously the guy who did the German translation didn't know much about Star Trek, since travelling to other galaxies is, if at all, only a very minor part of what the series is about. But I grew up with this sentence and it made me wonder: Does the Enterprise D advance into galaxies where no-one (that is: no human) has been before?
I already know of one example, where the Enterprise D entered another galaxy. But that's singular, while the opening text talks about galaxies (plural). Is there another example of the Enterprise D going to another galaxy, or is the German translation of the opening text not only misleading but plainly wrong about that?
For completeness, here is the original opening text:
Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its continuing mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before.
And here is the untranslated German opening text:
Der Weltraum, unendliche Weiten. Wir befinden uns in einer fernen Zukunft. Dies sind die Abenteuer des neuen Raumschiffs Enterprise, das viele Lichtjahre von der Erde entfernt unterwegs ist, um fremde Welten zu entdecken, unbekannte Lebensformen und neue Zivilisationen. Die Enterprise dringt dabei in Galaxien vor, die nie ein Mensch zuvor gesehen hat.