I believe the TNG finale All Good Things... qualifies.
Picard experiences shifts in time, and finds himself at Farpoint Station seven years ago (during the events of the pilot).
PICARD: The last time that I stood here was seven years ago.
Q: Seven years ago. How little do you mortals understand time. Must you be so linear, Jean-Luc?
Q then explains that ...
The real answer is that a LOT of different people over VERY long periods of time either were handed color or costume or budget PROBLEMS that they dealt with the best that they could, or they weren't paying attention to things that would matter to fans A LOT. To be fair, they were lucky just to make the shows ( TOS, anyway ) at all. Expecting these costume ...
(This question is pretty specific. It excludes ships and only asks about personal kills by crew members. However, it does NOT say the kills have to be on the show.)
I don't think Worf wins in TNG or DS9 because he's a Tactical Officer most of the time. So he generally isn't fighting hand-to-hand.
Here are my guesses:
TOS: Sulu (only because Spock uses his ...
It's hard to know, because STAR TREK is about starships not Earth. There were some episodes about Earth in the 24 century. There was one Voyager episode Non Sequitor about an alternate universe. It showed 24th century San Francisco. Residents use an underground subway system for San Franscio. There were flying shuttles. I guess there could be transporter ...
The Federation has known how to build a cloaking device since they stole one in TOS: "The Enterprise Incident". Their treaty with the Romulan Star Empire means that they voluntarily gave up building them, not that they don't know how. Since everything about Dougherty's mission to the Briar Patch was shady and Section 31-ish (if never explicitly ...
All most all that stuff on the blueprints is behind bulkheads and are not common traffic areas. They are full of computers and machines and such.
For the most part Deck 1 is the Bridge, the Observation Lounge and the Captain's ready room. We sure have never seen the Communication Office or the Stairs.
Stars in the Milky War Galaxy orbit the center of mass of the Mikly Way Galaxy, sort of like planets in a star system orbiting the central star.
The Sun orbits about 26,000 light years from the center of the galaxy, and thus about half way from the center of the galaxy to the outer edge of the galaxtic disc.
Since the ...
Based on the opening shot of Picard from the pilot episode "Encounter at Farpoint"
It obviously isn't an exact shot just pixelized (the perspective is a little different and he is wearing a post-S2 uniform with a higher collar in the pixel image), but appears very much based on said opening.
It could be the same image, and they just ...