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They adopted the black collared red, blue, and gold in like 2266 or something. I’d imagine this must have taken place after its mkIII refit. Since Spock was his first officer, he wore a gold shirt like Pike’s number 1. I actually like the 2253 and 2265 versions of the Enterprise. Reminds me of the ISS Enterprise in mirror mirror. The command and Engineering ...


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One of the replies above may address this, but.... It almost seems she was destined to die, no matter what happened. At one point she stumbles at the top of a flight of stairs, only to have Kirk catch her before she falls. She may have died had she fallen then. Its possible that even if she were taken into the future, something would have happened to ...


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I just found this place and I think I can help you all out a little bit. In Star Trek: Enterprise the United Earth was established, in the time of the Enterprise Series. The United Earth founded Starfleet and the security council, this is part of the local planetary government of Earth and is Starfleet is the military science branch of United Earth. The ...


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Because they traded technology From the Memory-Alpha write-up for TOS: The Enterprise Incident Kirk then inexplicably orders helmsman Sulu to take the Enterprise across the Romulan Neutral Zone and into Romulan space, where it is quickly surrounded by the Romulans – who are now using Klingon-style vessels. An effective cloaking device, meanwhile, ...


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