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Star Trek: Insurrection is the ninth film set in the Star Trek universe. It was released in 1998. Use this tag with the [star-trek] tag.

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How did Admiral Dougherty obtain a cloaking device?

In Star Trek: Insurrection, the crew of the Enterprise discover a cloaked Federation transport or dropship that had been hidden on a planet. From a story perspective, of course, this hints that there ...
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Is Data's leg length of eighty-seven point two centimetres based on an actual measurement?

From Star Trek: Insurrection: DATA: My legs are exactly eighty-seven point two centimetres in length. They were eighty-seven point two centimetres the day I was created. They will be eighty-seven ...
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How many Son'a were left after Star Trek: Insurrection?

In the film Star Trek: Insurrection, the main antagonists are the Son'a, a species that is an offshoot of the Ba'ku species. Apparently, there weren't too many Son'a that left the Ba'ku. During the ...
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Lyric Mistake in HMS Pinafore?

When Picard, Data, and Worf sing HMS Pinafore, Picard says "his heart should stamp" during the second verse. Did he misspeak because those aren't the words?
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Why does Admiral Dougherty contradict his own argument with Captain Picard?

(it's entirely possible I'm just mis-interpreting the Admiral's comments, but I've never been able to figure it out, so I'm hoping someone can explain) DOUGHERTY: We have the planet, they have the ...
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How do the Son'a torpedoes hit the Enterprise so quickly?

In Star Trek: Insurrection, there's an encounter between the USS Enterprise E (under Riker's command) and two Son'a ships.The dialogue goes like this: OPS OFFICER: Commander, I'm showing two Son'a ...
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Data's strength in "Star Trek: Insurrection"

When Artim fell and Data picked him up he looked like he was struggling carrying him. Afterwards, Data picked up a large boulder with no problem (like it wasn't heavy). Why was Artim heavier to carry ...
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What did Troi mean by this?

In Star Trek: Insurrection movie, there was this funny conversation: Deanna Troi: Have you noticed how your boobs have started to firm up? Beverly Crusher: Not that we care about such things in ...
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What episode of Deep Space 9 came before Star Trek: Insurrection?

I am trying to work out when Worf could have been away long enough in between episodes to have been on the Enterprise E.
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Why did Star Trek: Insurrection feature HMS Pinafore?

In Star Trek: Insurrection, Captain Picard and Worf sing A British Tar from HMS Pinafore by Gilbert and Sullivan in an attempt to distract Data. As Picard mentions in that scene, Data was rehearsing ...
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In Star Trek: Insurrection did the reasoning make sense?

Why didn't the Son'a want to share the planet with the Ba'ku? The admiral seemed to agree the only option was to move the Ba'ku?
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How did Son'a obtain such an advanced technology infrastructure in such a short time?

In Star Trek: Insurrection, Son'a fly some very powerful high-tech ships and in general boast a high-tech base/infrastructure. But, as we find out (quoting Wiki) The Son'a are a breakaway faction ...
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