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"Raktagino", a strong blend of Klingon coffee, was first made famous in the original Star Trek series episode "The Trouble With Tribbles" aboard a Federation space outpost where some Klingons were docked. Very few non-Klingon species ever drank the coffee, barely any Klingons were ever seen replicating or ordering it in later Star Trek series editions, but Bajoran operations commander (later colonel) Nira Kerys of Deep Space 9 often had several cups of Raktagino a day, which is probably why she is on edge all the time.
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Answer . Star Trek is a science fiction show created by Gene Roddenberry. It is mainly based on a starship (spaceship) called the U.S.S. Enterprise. The original Star Tr…ek (known as Star Trek or Star Trek: The Original Series (ST:TOS)) has had several different spinoffs, including Star Trek: The Next Generation (ST:TNG), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (ST:DS9), Star Trek: Voyager (ST:VOY), and Star Trek: Enterprise (ST:ENT). In addition, a series of several movies have been filmed based on the series and its spinoffs. . Star Trek is an American science fiction entertainment series and media franchise. The Star Trek fictional universe created by Gene Roddenberry is the setting of six television series including the original 1966 Star Trek, in addition to ten feature films with an eleventh completed, released on May 8, 2009. The franchise also extends to dozens of computer and video games, hundreds of novels and instances of fan fiction, several fan-created video productions, as well as a themed attraction in Las Vegas. Beginning with the original TV series and continuing with the subsequent films and series, the franchise has created a cult phenomenon and has spawned many pop culture references. Star Trek is an American science fiction show, science fiction entertainment series and media franchise. The Star Trek fictional universe created by Gene Roddenberry is the setting of six television series including the original 1966 Star Trek, and eleven feature films. The franchise also extends to dozens of computer and video games, hundreds of novels and instances of fan fiction, several fan-created video productions, as well as a themed attraction in Las Vegas. Beginning with the original TV series and continuing with the subsequent films and series, the franchise has created a cult phenomenon and has spawned many pop culture references.. Television wise: The Original Series (1966-1969) The Animated Series (1973-1974) Phase II (Never Aired - Although scripted) The Next Generation (1987-1994) Deep Space Nine (1993-1999) Voyager (1995-2001) Enterprise (2001-2005) Movie wise: The Motion Picture - 1979 The Wrath Of Khan - 1982 The Search For Spock - 1984 The Voyage Home - 1986 The Final Frontier - 1989 The Undiscovered Country - 1991 Generations - 1994 First Contact - 1996 Insurrection - 1998 Nemesis - 2001 Star Trek - 2009 An old tv show. Star Trek is a series of many TV series and movies. It takes place hundreds of years into the future. The main point of all the TV episodes and movies is exploring new worlds and civilizations. There have been many TV series, including The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise. Here I will explain The Original Series. In the 23rd century the starship Enterprise (registration NCC-1701), captained by James T. Kirk, explores the vast reaches of the galaxy. By Captain Kirk's side is Spock, part of an alien species known as Vulcans. Spock is Kirk's First Officer and best friend. Another friend of Kirk's is Leonard McCoy (also known as "Bones" or simply "McCoy"). McCoy is the Enterprise 's doctor and another close friend of Kirk. In the third movie (The Search For Spock) the Enterpise NCC-1701 is destroyed and is replaced by the Enterprise NCC-1701-A . This just BRIEFLY explains the Original Series (and the destruction of the Enterprise in the third movie.) As explained above, there are many other TV series' and movies about Star Trek. Original Series episodes can be found at the link below and includes all three seasons. http://www.youtube.com/show/startrek
Depending on what show of star trek, here is the cast of Star Trek the Original Series: William Shatner: James T. Kirk Leonard Nimoy: Spock DeForest Kelley: Leonard H. "Bones"… McCoy James Doohan: Montgomery "Scotty" Scott Nichelle Nichols: Uhura George Takei: Hikaru Sulu Walter Koenig: Pavel Andreievich Chekov Grace Lee Whitney: Janice Rand Majel Barrett: Christine Chapel Here is the cast of Star Trek XI (the 2009 movie) Chris Pine: James T. Kirk Zachary Quinto: Spock Leonard Nimoy: Spock Prime Anton Yelchin: Pavel Andreievich Chekov Karl Urban: Leonard H. "Bones" McCoy Simon Pegg: Montgomery "Scotty" Scott Zoe Saldana: Uhura John Cho: Hikaru Sulu
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Kirk= William Shatner, Spoc= Leonard Nimoy, McCoy= DeForest Kelly, Scotty= James Doohan, Sulu= George Takei, Uhura= Nichelle Nichols, Chekov= Walter Keonig, Data= Brent Spiner…, Picard= Patrick Stewart, Riker= Johnathan Frakes, Troi= Marina Sirtis, Nurse Chapel & TNG computer & Lwaxana Troi= Majel Barrett (Roddenberry's wife)
Star Trek is about how we can better ourselves through exploration... "Star Trek" is a general term describing multiple TV shows and movies based in the same "future society…" in our galaxy. It depicts a very positive future for the human race, in which Earth is the capital world of a massive interstellar Federation, made up of over a hundred alien worlds, and explored or protected by the starships of Starfleet (which includes seven versions of three ships named Enterprise). The initial series was created by writer Gene Roddenberry and appeared on NBC from 1966 to 1969. The original shows aired ubiquitously in syndication, and generated a vast audience of followers. There were later 6 motion pictures set in the original universe, followed by 4 based on the sequel TV series "Star Trek : The Next Generation" (1987-1994). There were 2 more sequel TV series, "Deep Space Nine" (1993-1999) and "Voyager" (1995-2001), followed by a "prequel" series called "Enterprise" (2001-2005). There was also an animated series (1973-1974). Starship (or outpost) commanders were Captain Kirk (and his science officer Spock), Captain Picard, Captain Sisko, Captain Janeway, and Captain Archer. Each series included 'alien' or unusual lifeforms among the Starfleet characters. All incarnations of the franchise have adhered to telling the story of human nature in exploration of the unknown. How we persevere against impossible odds using only the best of our nature is something other shows have never done as well. Star Trek is a great lesson in morality, about striving to become something more than we are. Star Trek is well known for it's consistencies throughout all the depicted time periods (22nd, 23rd, and 24th centuries). The 2009 movie sets an all new storyline completely separate from the rest of Star Trek, by centering the story around an 'alternate' cast from the original series. It also somewhat abandons the morality tale for a special effects light-show. "Star Trek" is also the basis for an massively multiplayer online computer game released by cryptic studios early 2010. In this setting, the Klingons and the Federation are at war and players side with either the Klingons or Federation. The game includes custom alien life forms, starship upgrades, and an expanding universe of star systems and missions.
Depends on which Star Trek film, or maybe even an episode you arereferring to.
Star Trek had stared in 1987. It is shuch a good tv show and every one should wach it.
Flash Trek 2,Go to Earth and type in "getinthebooth" then the Earth Empire owns everything and you get an awesome ship!
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Lt. Sulu played by George Takei.
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The movie "Star Trek: Into Darkness" (2013) is the sequel to the 2009 reboot "Star Trek." Many members of the main cast of Star Trek XI have signed on to do two more Star Tr…ek films. The development of Star Trek XII was first announced on March 30th 2009,although it's not certain if J. J Abrams will return to direct the film. It's possible, however research on the subject, gives no indication, at present, as to whether or not any new Star Trek TV series is even under consideration, despite the fact that such a development would doubtless delight the hearts of legions of die-hard and new fans alike around the World. In any case, a series produced in the wake of the recent movie would likely not be based on either the movie's events or characters per-se. In one way, of course, considering the fact that the 2009 movie's story takes place when Kirk was a young man, there does already exist a series based on the 2009 movie's characters: this being the first Star Trek series, or Star Trek: The Original Series. (now digitally remastered to bring its visual effects, at least, up to date) The 2009 movie however, set, as it is, in a dramatically altered timeline does not, strictly-speaking, constitute a prequel to the events of the life of James T Kirk from the original episodes of Star Trek. Take into consideration, for instance, that when the original series aired, Vulcan was not destroyed, Kirk had not lost his father and none of the lives of the crew members even remotely connected with the way they are depicted in the NEW movie. The 2009 movie, does of course, leave open the intriguing possibility to construct an entirely new series set within the new timeline that parallels but, for credibility's sake should probably not, (for the most part, at least) attempt to duplicate, the series of events, featured in T.O.S. and/or the previous Star Trek films featuring the original cast. Disregarding, for the moment however, the relative improbability of any, let alone all of the 2009 movie's cast being either available or willing to take on the long-term, possibly career-threatening commitment of participating in any such TV series, this would nevertheless, in the present circumstances, likely constitute the perfect way to keep alive a multi-billion dollar industry, attract a whole new generation of fans, and build a completely new story that would allow us to immerse ourselves all over again in Gene Roddenberry's wonderful Star Trek 'universe'. ... You also have to remember that most Star Trek series have been altered, in one way or another, by a previous movie or episode. Ex. Star Trek: Enterprise with the incorporation of the Borg from 'First Contact'. Where NCC-1701 was originally supposed to be the first starship named 'Enterprise', due, in part, to the events depicted in 'First contact', NX-01 instead became the first, assuming you followed the show. Despite the seeming absence, therefore of any current plans for a new series, in the long run there is probably a better than even chance that we will eventually see something derived from this NEW alternate time line. All we can do for the moment therefore is sit back and hope that the wait will not be too long and, of course, that when it does finally arrive on our screens and monitors, it's any good. Star Trek: Into Darkness is the 12th Star Trek movie made. Many think that J.J. Abrams the creator of the new Star Trek film (2009) wrote the script to allow for the possibility of selling the concept of a new series without an already written history. The fact that he has made so many major changes to the timeline allows us to imagine Star Trek in perhaps a new direction to that of continuing a story laid down by the previous series' of the classic cult show. There is now rumors that they may re-make Star Trek The Original Series incorporating for these timeline changes and modernizing it with clever CGI and Production techniques, this would allow it to be more salable to a modern audience.
James T. Kirk - William Shatner Spock - Leonard Nimoy Leonard "Bones" McCoy - Deforest Kelley Montgomery "Scotty" Scott - James Doohan Pavel Chekov - Walter Koenig Hikaru… Sulu - George Takei Nyota Uhura - Nichelle Nichols
A stardate is a means of specifying absolute dates in the fictional Star Trek universe. They are decimal numbers, usually rounded to a single decimal place, which replac…e absoluteGregorian calendar dates. The in-universe behavior of stardates is much less transparent than that of any known calendar, because the writers chose the numbers more or less arbitrarily, depending on the era of Star Trek in question. One of the stated reasons for stardates was the need to establish the events in the series as taking place far into the future without tying the episodes down to a specific date, though Star Trek: The Next Generation mentions that the events of that show take place in the 24th century. Here are a few observations I have made regarding stardates: The entire first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation occurs between stardates 41000.0 and 42000.0, the second season takes place between 42000.0 and 43000.0, and so on, with the seventh and final season taking place between 47000.0 and 48000.0. The first season of Star Trek: Voyager takes place between stardates 48000.0 and 49000.0, and the pattern continues, with the seventh and final season taking place between stardates 54000.0 and 55000.0. Stardates on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, which bridges those two series, follow the same pattern. I have also observed that the first digit of the stardate left of the decimal point increments during the "night shift", and the digit to the right of the decimal point advances from 0 to 9 through one "day". -HW