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For all questions about the Star Trek universe. Including the television series, films, characters, events, and technology in the universe. For more specific questions, use in conjunction with the relevant tags, such as [star-trek-tos] or [star-trek-tng].

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Time travel is a real thing in the Star Trek universe, and common enough that there is even a Temporal Prime Directive. Starfleet Academy has courses on temporal mechanics, and there have been multipl …
asked Jan 1 '17 by miltonaut
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According to Memory Alpha, Surak's teachings were not instantly accepted. The Time of Awakening took 1,500 years. If it started in the Earth 4th century AD, that means would not be complete until the …
answered Nov 30 '16 by miltonaut
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Within the Federation, it's quite plausible that they would have training on multiple types of ships and in multiple languages. To a basic/survival level, perhaps. When I first moved to Korea, which …
answered Nov 19 '13 by miltonaut
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Inspired by this recently resurrected question and beginning a re-watch of ST:Voyager.
asked Nov 23 '16 by miltonaut
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It's never depicted or mentioned in a series or film, but he was presumed dead by Starfleet after he got sucked/absorbed into the Nexus in 2293 and was probably given one then. If Picard never offici …
answered Jun 22 '16 by miltonaut
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I'm re-watching ST: First Contact and just saw the scene where they're attaching an ocular device to an implant on a newly assimilated Borg. The former Enterprise crewmember was just lying there while …
asked Oct 23 '16 by miltonaut
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Vulcans are widely known to be vegetarians--I think simply out of a respect for all life forms. However, they can still eat meat and do so when no other nourishment is available, such as after a crash …
asked Dec 24 '16 by miltonaut
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I'm on season 6 of a Voyager re-watch. In S6E20 "Good Shepherd," the Delta Flyer is sent off to investigate a "class-T cluster" that's worth a look but not worth altering Voyager's course. This is jus …
asked Dec 18 '16 by miltonaut
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Inspired by this question... As shown in the map above, the Federation is rather "landlocked" in the 24th Century. Starfleet's general continuing mission is "to explore strange new worlds, to seek …
asked Jan 10 '17 by miltonaut
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Yes, there are! In the first episode of Voyager (the Caretaker), Tuvok walks in on Neelix taking a bath. This happens in guest quarters (not a holodeck), so regular crew quarters may not have bathtu …
answered Nov 23 '16 by miltonaut
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Grand Nagus Zek has ear hair. Does that count?
answered Jan 10 '17 by miltonaut
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Are you asking about that blue line down the left and right sides? When TOS, TNG, DS9, and VOY were filmed, they were filmed at the then-standard TV screen aspect ratio of 4:3. Most TVs and monitors …
answered Jan 6 '17 by miltonaut
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Do headbands count as hats? Nog was seen wearing a Ferengi-style headband (earband?) in several episodes. Not sure exactly which episodes these screenshots are from, though. As a cadet: As an ensi …
answered Jan 10 '17 by miltonaut
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They're considered canon. Like the Countdown comics from 2009, the current ongoing Star Trek comics are considered canon. This means Gary Mitchell is out for Cumberbatch’s Star Trek 2 villain. (I …
answered Aug 19 '16 by miltonaut