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Star Trek was originally a American science fiction-devised television series from 1966 to 1969 was broadcast.Eventually the Star Trek universe grew into a successful mediafranchise with five television series, an animated series, twelve feature films, dozens of computer games and hundreds of books, comic books, technical guides and encyclopedias. Further, there was between 1998 and 2008 in Las Vegas a Star Trek theme park, called Star Trek: The Experience and are there around the world regularly organized Star Trek conventions: large gatherings for fans (the 'Trekkies' or ' pullers '), where guest are often actors from the series.

Roddenberry devised a utopian future world, in which a United Earth most modern world problems: pollution, hunger, poverty and conflicts between people are largely a thing of the past. By inventions as synthetic replicators and faster than light-technology mankind has, with the help of alien peoples, founded colonies in the Galaxy .Humanity has along with some alien peoples founded an umbrella organization of worlds: the United Federation of planets. Follow the stories in the various Star Trek media especially the Starfleetofficers and civilians employed by, the military research institution of the Federation who performs with her space craft above all diplomatic and fact-finding missions and is also the armed forces .

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Star Trek universe and worldview[Edit]Edit

The adventures of the various television series and movies are mainly in the 23rd and 24th century, except some time travel . One is familiar with a considerable part of the Galaxy, which is divided into fourquadrants. Imagine the Galaxy for as a clock. 6 Hours than the position of the Earth's solar system. The quadrants are defined by drawing a line through the position of the star in Sector 001 (our Sun) and the center of the Galaxy. Perpendicular to this line, a second line is drawn through the center of the Galaxy. In the alpha-quadrant there are large parts of the Federation and the Cardassiaanse Empire, in the Beta quadrant include the Klingonrijk and the Romulan Empire, the Gamma quadrant, that through the wormhole Bajoraanse with the alpha-quadrant is connected, is ruled by the Dominion and the Delta-quadrant, Voyager was traveling about for years, in which the houses among other things the Ocampa and KazonHirogen. The Deposit also come from the Delta quadrant.

The original series and The Next Generation play mainly in the alpha-quadrant off. Deep Space Nine also usually, but via the wormhole is also the Gamma quadrant visited. Voyager is virtually alone in the Delta quadrant off. All series are written from an ideological vision of the world. The crews of the various space ships and stations consist of members of many different types with as common goal the peaceful exploration of the Galaxy, discovering new civilizations and the establishment of new relationships. As the series further into the future games are those peoples more exotic, but the essence, that all men are equal and can work together if they want to, remains. This is the message Roddenberry wanted to the United States at a time when the cold war was a stark reality, and in which Martin Luther King tried to make it clear that abolition ofslavery was not enough. Almost all episodes of all series are going to end up about a recognizable central human conflict that is resolved by good will and act wisely, rather than to fight it out.

In general one can say that Star Trek is a reflection of the then existing worldview in the United States. In the first series from the 1960s the Soviet Union reflected in the Klingons and the Romulansin the People's Republic of China . In the later series was laid more emphasis on international cooperation and the American-nationalist influences disappeared into the background. In the 1980s the series had many characters from the international community, but the later series often had a U.S.-dominated composition. Politically and socially sensitive issues from the 90 's in the series, especially in contrast to the first series, largely avoided.

Technology[Edit]Edit

[1]A spaceship from the Constitution-class, similar to the USS Enterprise NCC-1701A, the ship of Captain Kirk.

An important feature of the Star Trek universe is that virtually all the technology there comes in for thought through. Although there are quite a few ideas for in the series which is currently impossible, but where it does, there is usually a statement within the world that indicates that thought about is that contemporary principles that have to be bypassed. Thus, for example, Star Trek warp technology, whereby the space is distorted to the limitations of the theory of relativity to get around. And the particles conveyors use a Heisenberg Compensator, Werner Heisenberg's uncertainty relation in order to compensate. In this way, created an image of a world which, while different from ours, but where not entered directly against the principles from our world is.

Without a faster-than-light technology is almost not possible to planets outside our solar system to visit, therefore, is widely used in the science fiction media of faster-than-light equipment. In Star Trek is called this technology the warp-drive. The principle on which this drive works is the contraction (to warp, distort) of the space before the spaceship, with which a (relative) speed above the speed of light is achieved. Another important invention in the series is the replicator, which used the same technology as the listed carriers. A replicator rearranged subatomic particles and moleculesis, with which objects are constructed. This enables both food as consumer items, but no living organisms or antimatter. This provides a consistent Star Trek II: Wrath from the memory of the replicators.

Most extraterrestrials that one meets seem idiomatic to speak English, thanks to the universal translators implanted (English: "Universal Translator") that most languages immediately into English. Transport between the spaceship and a planet is trouble-free by rays ("Agree") and communicators make everyone everywhere (within a certain distance) accessible. The technique is the story out of the way, but functions perfectly transparent, at least as long as the refusing technique does not itself part of the story is.

[2]The jet injector; a vaccination injection on air pressure and a precursor to the biojector-needle-free syringe.

Different technologies that are used in Star Trek, have now become reality. The best known example is of course the communicator, the wireless communication system in the first Star Trek series. The modern clamshellmobile phone, also called flip phone called, looks very much like the communicator from the 60 's. The hypospray, a device with which needle-free injections can be administered, has been around for some years. [1The by Geordi La Forge in Star Trek: The Next Generation VISOR, worn aBionic eye, is currently being developed. [2Holodecks, three-dimensional virtual reality-areas, are still in its infancy, but also there is with this in mind. Three dimensional televisions are already sold.

Despite the "scientific" explanations for most parts of the technique, some problems fairly quietly bypassed. In almost each episode are sounds of explosions, firingPhasers or startup of the warp engines to hear, while in space a virtually complete vacuum prevails, leaving no sound waves as possible. This is in almost all science fiction films and series for. In some cases, this may be explained by the fact that the listener hears the sound from inside the ship, but usually there is no scientific explanation for it. A filmtechnische: sounds make the presentation more attractive. Another problem where little attention is paid is the artificial gravity on board the space ships. Gravity aboard a spaceship can only be generated by acceleration or rotation, but at Star Trek (and many other films and series) is going on inside the ships almost always gravity. In the series, this is accomplished with a artificial gravity generator and later by means of gravity plating. The technique behind it, however, is not explained.

The television series[Edit]Edit

Star Trek was first broadcast in 1966. Since then, there have been six series created by Gene Roddenberry and his successors. Some of them were a great success, others less.

The Original Series[Edit]Edit

[3]Nichelle Nichols as Nyota Uhura.

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See Star Trek (the original series) for the main article on this topic.

The original series -this is the written by Gene Roddenberry Star Trekseries, with the name. It is the story of the spaceship USS Enterprise NCC-1701 (in short: Enterprise), that three hundred years in the future, starting from the year 2265, on a five-year mission to explore the universe . The original pilot episode for the series was deemed acceptable, but not exceptional enough to make a second pilot episode Roddenberry was allowed, on which the series was accepted anyway. The series originally spoke but a small group of viewers, and was reportedly to be annually on the nomination to deleted. When it became apparent that this small group of viewers belonged to a very select target group (higher education), the series interesting for advertisers. Eventually there were with difficulty three seasons turned, with a total of 80 episodes that were broadcast in all the seasons 1966-1969, with the exception of the original pilot episode. After the series was discontinued for the repetitions the broadcasting rights were sold to various smaller television stations. Were in reruns and the series became increasingly popular in the 1970s. [3The Original Series is often abbreviated as TOS.

Lead Actors:

Character Actor Position Type/people Details
James Tiberius Kirk William Shatner Captain Man
Spock Leonard Nimoy Science Officer Half Vulcan, half human Best friend and confidant of Captain Kirk
Dr. Leonard H. McCoy "Bones" Jackson DeForest Kelley Ship's Doctor Man Next to Spock a very loyal friend of Captain Kirk
Montgomery "Scotty" Scott E. James Doohan Main flight engineer Man
Nyota Uhura Nichelle Nichols Head of communications Man
Hikaru Sulu George Takei Mate Man
Pavel Chekov Walter Koenig Navigator Man Starting from the second season
Christine Chapel Majel Barrett Communication Officer Man Assistant to Dr. McCoy
See: list of episodes of Star Trek (the original series)

Star Trek: Phase II[Edit]Edit

In 1977 would be a sequel to the original television series to be created titled Star Trek: Phase II. The intention was that it was a series would be about the same ship and the same crew as the original series. In any case, William Shatner and DeForest Kelley would return again in the series as James t. Kirk and Leonard McCoyLeonard Nimoy , however, had turned down the offer to work on the series because of disagreement over the rights to his character, Spock, and the fact that he already had a role in the play Equus .

The series did go in for production, but was ultimately never made. The planned pilot episode of the series was eventually made into the script for the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture. The scripts for two other episodes, "The Child" and "Devil's Due", were later rewritten for Star Trek: The Next Generation.

The name Star Trek: Phase II is eventually given to a fanserie.

The Animated Series[Edit]Edit

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See Star Trek: The Animated Series for the main article on this topic.

The animated series -after stopping the original series turned out to be increasingly popular in the repetition. This was in 1973 one of the reasons for making a cartoon series, the votes of the fixed characters were done by the actors they had played in the original series as well. The series continued where the story of the original series left off. That is, the last two years of the mission were completed. The series was called just like the original Star Trek and is usually called the animated series to distinction. In two seasons there were 22 episodes of made. These were broadcast in 1973-1974 and the fall of 1974.

Although the cartoon series not seen by everyone as part of Star Trek there are, apart from the voices, links. So employed in parts the same screenwriters to with it. Some scenarios were even originally written for the original series. In some ways, the cartoon went even further than the original. There were aliens in for that deviated more of people than make up could ensure, and vessels that are not could have been built.This aspect predicted the future, in which the Star Trek series went making increasing use computer animation to show what is not feasible. The Animated Series is often abbreviated as bag.

The animated series took place on the same ship as the original series, the u.s.s. Enterprise NCC-1701, and also the main characters were largely the same:

Leading Parts:

Character Voice Position Type/people Details
James T. Kirk William Shatner Captain Man
Spock Leonard Nimoy Commander Half human/Half Vulcan
Leonard McCoy DeForest Kelley Chief Medical Man
Montgomery Scott James Doohan Chief Engineer Man
Nyota Uhura Nichelle Nichols Lieutenant Man
Hikaru Sulu George Takei Lieutenant Man
Christine Chapel Majel Barrett Nurse Man
M'Ress Shiboline Majel Barrett Lieutenant Caitiaan
Arex Na Eth James Doohan Lieutenant Edosiaan

The Next Generation[Edit]Edit

[6]Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard)

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See Star Trek: The Next Generation for the main article on this topic.

The next generation -because of the enduring popularity of Star Trek at the end of the seventies of the 20th century there were plans to make a new series on the enterprise.Only in 1987 came there will actually be a new Star Trek series, called "The Next Generation". However, some old scripts ever written for Phase II was eventually used after operation for The Next Generation.

This new series was one hundred years later than the original series, in the year 2364, around a new enterprise (USS Enterprise NCC-1701D) with a new crew. Although the first season of The Next Generation criticism got, among other things because the episodes would be too sweet, this first season was good enough to prolong the series. With new material, and with significantly more resources than the original series from the 60 's, was The Next Generation end up being a huge success. There were in the period1987-1994 in 7 seasons 177 episodes of broadcast. Gene Roddenberry died In 1991 . The Next Generation is often abbreviated as TNG.

Leading Parts:

Character Actor Position Rank Type/people Details
Jean-Luc Picard Patrick Stewart Commander Captain Man
William T. Riker Jonathan Frakes First officer Commander Man Marries Deanna Troi in Star Trek Nemesis with
Beverly Crusher Gates McFadden Ship's Doctor Commander Man
Data Brent Spiner Second officer Lt. Commander Android Dies in the TNG film: "Nemesis"
Deanna Troi Marina Sirtis Advisor Commander Half human, Half Betazoïde Marries in Star Trek Nemesis with William t. Riker
Tasha Yar Denise Crosby Chief of Security Lieutenant Man Dies in TNG: "Skin of Evil"
Worf, son of Mogh Michael Dorn Chief Tactical/Security Lieutenant Klingon Is later served as Chief Security Officer on DS9
Geordi La Forge LeVar Burton Chief Engineer Officer Lt. Commander Man
Wesley Crusher Wil Wheaton Cadet Ensign Man Son of Dr. Crusher
Guinan Whoopi Goldberg Barmaid El-Auriaan
Miles O'Brien Colm Meaney Transporter Chief Man Is later employed as Chief Engineer on DS9
Q John de Lancie Q
See: list of episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation

Deep Space Nine[Edit]Edit

[8]Captain Sisko, Commander ofDeep Space Nine is played by Avery Brooks.

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See Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for the main article on this topic.

Deep space nine -such as the original series had a mission duration of five years, so it was also clear that the successful series The Next Generation not always but could keep running. Therefore a next series set up, with a different theme. Instead of a space ship that was the central theme a-plenty at planets space station well into the space, in a place where a lot of space ships go past. This space station Deep Space 9was called, also called D.S. 9 (nine).

The disadvantage of those static home was that the possibility of discovery of other worlds there largely by failed. This was offset by a clearer story line than in the earlier series. That was achieved through overlapping with The Next Generation to start the series, so that world could serve as a starting point, and because the station lay in an area where previously had been a conflict and that ultimately turned out to be on the move again to a war. This was evidently insufficient in the long term, because in the later seasons, there is a space ship (USS Defiant NX-74205) at the railway station added.

In the period 1993-1999 are 7 seasons with a total of 176 episodes broadcast. Although some fans of the earlier Star Trek series and movies look down on the picturesque character of ' soap'- D 9, shows the series generally good to score, and even more popular than Voyager. [4In a recent poll on a fansite was DS9, although controversial, by the fans the best of all series called. She is especially praised for its interfaces with the current reality in the field of international politics.

Leading Parts:

Character Actor Position Type/people Details
Benjamin Sisko Avery Brooks Captain Man
Kira Nerys Nana Visitor First officer (Colonel) Bajoraanse
Jadzia Dax Terry Farrell Lt. Commander Trill Season 1-6
Ezri Dax Nicole de Boer Lieutenant Trill Season 7
Odo René Auberjonois Chief Security Founder
Julian Bashir Alexander Siddig Lieutenant Man
Miles O'Brien Colm Meaney Chief Engineer Man
Quark Armin Shimerman Citizen Ferengi
Worf, son of Mogh Michael Dorn strategy and first officer of the USS Defiant (Lt. Commander) Klingon Season 4-7
See: list of episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Voyager[Edit]Edit

[10]Kate Mulgrew: she played the role for seven years by Captain Janeway in the fourth Star Trek series Voyager.

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See Star Trek: Voyager for the main article on this topic.

Traveller -a half years after The Next Generation ended, midway through the television season, then again in addition to Deep Space Nine began a series based on a space ship, the u.s.s. Voyager NCC-74656 (in short: Voyager). This ship touches on its first mission at the hands of the being Caretaker (caregiver) involved in the Deltaquadrant, 70,000 light years from Earth. Voyager has a strong thread, namely the long journey home by the spacecraft Voyager, and the search for possibilities to shorten this trip. In addition to episodes around this thread, there are also many independent episodes made.

Voyager was created to a new television network UPNParamount's, to help launch. Paramount already had plans to start its own network. In 1977, they wanted to do this with the planned series Star Trek: Phase II, but that did not come off the ground. Important elements for the backstory of Voyager, such as the development of the Maquis, were processed in several episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. In the period 1995-2001 Voyager for 7 seasons and ran for 172 episodes.Voyager is often abbreviated as VOY.

Leading Parts:

Character Actor Position Type/people Details
Kathryn Janeway Kate Mulgrew Captain Man
Chakotay Robert Beltran First officer (Commander) Man
Tuvok Tim Russ Lt. Commander Vulcan
B'Elanna Torres Roxann Dawson Chief Engineer Half Klingon, half human
Tom Paris Robert Duncan McNeill Lieutenant Man
Harry Kim Garrett Wang Cadet/Captain Man
Neelix Ethan Phil Lambert Citizen/Ambassador Talaxiaan
The doctor Robert Picardo Doctor hologram
Kes Jennifer Lien Citizen/nurse Ocampa Season 1-3
Seven (of Nine) Jeri Ryan Citizen former Borg Season 4-7
See: list of episodes of Star Trek: Voyager

Enterprise[Edit]Edit

[12]Scott Bakula as Jonathan Archer.

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Star Trek: Enterprise , see main article.

At the end of the series Voyager was an idea that was widely circulated for some time carried out: with the resources like that for the last series were available, would it be possible to have a much better version of the original series, except that you would like to tell the same stories again not exactly. This is now styled in a series which, although of a ship the "enterprise", but a previous Enterprise (the USS Enterprise NX-01) from 2151. This time, more than a hundred years situated for the original series, is the time when humanity begins to researching the space with spaceships that can fly faster than light, now they get has developed that ships ' Warp 5 '. It is the beginning of Starfleet, and at this time are the techniques and protocols have been developed that are well known in the later series. In the first year was that the weakness of the series, because the characters much had to learn, but the viewers much less. However, In the following seasons, the series received significantly more speed. The series began in 2001, and has a total of four seasons and 98 episodes turned. Per 2005 is, because of the disappointing viewing figures, decided the series to stop at the end of the fourth season. With it comes an end to the Star Trek televisietijdperk for the time being. Enterprise is often abbreviated as ENT.

Leading Parts:

Character Actor Position Type/people Details
Jonathan Archer Scott Bakula Captain Man
Sub commander T'pol Jolene Blalock Commander Vulcan
Charles Tucker III ("Trip") Connor Trinneer Commander/Chief Engineer Man
Malcolm Reed Dominic Keating Lieutenant/Armory Officer Man
Travis Mayweather Anthony Montgomery Ensign/Helmet Control Man
Hoshi Sato Linda Park Ensign/Chief Communications Man
Dr. Phlox John Billingsley Chief Medical Denobulaan
See: list of episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise

Movies[Edit]Edit

From 1979 there are twelve Star Trek films released.

Read warning: text below contains details about the content and/or the end of the story.===The Original Series movies[Edit]===

Star Trek-The Motion Picture
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See Star Trek: The Motion Picture for the main article on this topic.

The movie -this movie from 1979 plays more than two years after the five-year mission, in the year 2271. Kirk has since been promoted to Admiral, his crew has since been spread about other ships or has left Starfleet. Even his ship is the old one no longer, after substantial revision. But as a cloud-like entity the known universe enters and destroys everything in its path, Kirk takes command of the enterprise back on itself, and gathers his old crew around him to the threat.

Star Trek II-The Wrath of Khan
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See Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan for the main article on this topic.

The wrath of Khan 1982 -In this second Star Trek movie came out. It is now 2285. Spock commanded the enterprise and leads there cadets on. Admiral Kirk comes on board to attend to their last training mission.Meanwhile, the spaceship USS Reliant NCC-1864, with Chekov on board, unintentional contact with Khan Noonien Singh, which hijacks the Reliant and begins to bring a plan to take revenge on Kirk.

The character of Khan and his history with the crew of the enterprise are from the episode "Space Seed", from the first season of the original series.

Star Trek III-The Search For Spock
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See Star Trek III: The Search for Spock for the main article on this topic.

The search for Spock 1984 -This film ties in with the previous one. Spock has at the end of the previous film sacrificed his life to save the enterprise and her crew. If it turns out that there are still hope is to revive, but Spock that the bureaucracy is there only to demolish steal enterprise, Kirk and his crew the ship, and sacrifice their careers and eventually even the ship on for Spock.

Star Trek IV-The Voyage Home
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See Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home for the main article on this topic.

The journey home - 1986 film plays partly really in that year, and partly in 2286. Shortly after the events of the previous film is a disaster on that can only be averted by the presence of now extinct humpback whaleson Earth. Kirk tries to travel back in time in order to solve the problem. A part of the action in this film was "contemporary". That, and the fact that the film could be followed without much Star Trek knowledge, probably made that this film was a great success among the general public.

Star Trek V The Final Frontier
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See Star Trek V: The Final Frontier for the main article on this topic.

The last frontier -try Sybok In 2287, Spock's half-brother, the center of the universe, where he hopes to reach the planet Eden, the "hometown" of God to find. He knows his situation exactly so that the enterprise with his half brother to manipulate him for that purpose in hands.

Star Trek VI-The Undiscovered Country
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See Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country for the main article on this topic.

The unknown land -this is the last film in the storyline of the characters from the original series, from 1991. In the year 2293 has finally chance of peace between the Federation and the Klingons after the Klingon Moon Praxis is explodes. The Chancellor of the Klingon Empire has requested negotiations. Kirk is instructed to accompany the Chancellor to Earth. He already carries out his mission, Kirk protests because he is accustomed to see the Klingons as the enemy. But in both camps there are opponents of the peace that do more than just protest.

The Next Generation movies[Edit]Edit

Generations
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Star Trek Generations, see main article.

Generations -The berserk scientist Tolian Soran does everything for to get back into the Nexus to end up. In this Nexus, a Ribbon of energy traveling through the universe, there is no time and one feel like being there in the seventh heaven. To get to the Nexus would change the course of the Nexus by Soran the star of the solar system Veridiaanse to blow up. The captain of the enterprise in the year 2371, Jean-Luc Picard, also ends up in the Nexus, but know there the help of an illustrious predecessor, James t. Kirk. Together they return from the Nexus and try to save the solar system for destruction.

This film from 1994 is directed by David Carson and is the last in which some of the characters from the original series occur.

First Contact
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See Star Trek: First Contact for the main article on this topic.

First contact -In the year 2373, the Borg again put in an attack against the Earth. But this time they try to conquer humanity in the past: they travel to the year 2063 to prevent rocket scientist Zefram Cochranediscovered how you can travel faster than light. Its test flight in the Phoenix rocket initiates the first contact with the Volcanoes, an alien people. The enterprise follows the Borg to prevent interference. But while the technicians assist the trial flight, the Cochrane Borg aboard the enterprise and take care of it a bitter struggle between Picard, Data and the leader of the Borg, the Borg Queen.

This 1996 film was directed by Jonathan Frakes and fellow actor again makes use of the theme of time travel. This was previously covered in Star Trek 4: The Voyage Home, in which the enterprise to the time of the Viewer, the year 1986 came.

Insurrection
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Star Trek: Insurrection , see main article.

Rebellion -The Android Data touches in 2375, on an undercover mission damaged and rebels against the Federation. Picard locates Data on, to find out the motives of the otherwise honest Dates to come. During the investigation a large-scale conspiracy to top, forged by the So'Na to the Ba'Ku people and Starfleet, driving out and so pave the way for bringing in a special natural source: metaphasic radiation that a rejuvenating influence on all living things. Picard and his crew decide to go to war against the So'Na and its own high command.

Just like in the movie is also in the reality the time two years later as compared to the previous film, 1998. Directed by Jonathan Frakes fellow protagonist.

Nemesis
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See Star Trek: Nemesis for the main article on this topic.

This film from 2002directed by Stuart Baird, plays in the year 2379, in which there is a dominant hold in the Romulan Empire takes place. The enterprise is on its way to Betazed where Riker and Troi will undergo a traditional wedding ceremony. En route, the enterprise with Picard to Romulus sent because the new praetor wants to talk about peace. The praetor, Shinzon, however, it appears to be no Romulaan , but an imperfect clone of Picard. And peace is not on his program.

Star Trek (new timeline)[Edit]Edit

Star Trek
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See Star Trek (film) for the main article on this topic.

On May 7, 2009 took place in Sydney the world premiere of the eleventh Star Trek film, simply titled after a select few inhabitants of the town of Vulcan in Alberta a day earlier were shown a special preview[5]. The film was directed and produced by J.J. Abrams. The events play out briefly before the original Star Trek television series from the 60 's. In the film we see how the crew around James t. Kirk met. Of the original actorsLeonard Nimoy (Spock) plays a supporting role. The story is set in a parallel timeline, for fans, which inter alia Guys home planet Vulcan is destroyed. At the end of the film is the time line is not restored. This makes the ' future ' for new movies and/or series is fully open.

Into Darkness
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See Star Trek Into Darkness for the main article on this topic.

Star Trek Into Darkness is the twelfth film in the Star Trek franchise. It is a sequel to the 2009 film Star Trek. The film was directed by j. j. Abrams from a screenplay by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Damon Lindelof. The film was released in the United States on May 17, 2013. The film came In Belgium and Netherlands respectively on 5 and 6 June 2013 in the halls.

Written media[Edit]Edit

Books

In addition to the series and the movies are there novels over the same world. This began with book versions of the original series, by James Blish. There is also a series of photo-comic books appeared with in each booklet a complete episode in pictures. Furthermore there are book versions of the movies, and stories that serve as an additional episodes of the series, but also there are stories about other characters in the world of Star Trek. There are also books with "technical" information on all devices, spaceships and planets in the world. There is also a number of comics released about Star Trek, and an encyclopedia.

Games

As for many well-detailed worlds, there is also a role playfor Star Trek. There are even organizations that are entirely in the world of Star Trek Dutch reenact using forums and/or email and their home-made characters. There is also a DVD board game from 2000 (one of the first DVD Board Games) in which a Klingon (see below) hijacks a spaceship that is being repaired. The players are rented forces on the ship while the ship hijacked this hijacker (named Kavok). Who wants to fly home with it after he has escaped from a prison. Besides, there exists a large number of computer games. The first Star Trek video game (see Star Trek text game) dates back to the 1970s. This game had a text interface, with which the player could move and the enterprise on Klingons could shoot. Later computer games are much "more realistic". There are now also adventure games in the world of Star Trek, like Star Trek: Elite Force 1 & 2. Further, there is also a Star TrekMMORPG around, called Star Trek Online .

[26]Klingon-characters.;Fan Fiction

In addition to the above works with written permission of the copyright holders, there is a very large number of stories written by fans. Sometimes these are stories that loose ends of the series finishing. Often the stories or even scripts for episodes of the series. Sometimes the complete books that elsewhere in the world playing. And there are even a few writers who write whole series of 175 episodes, regardless of the existing series.

Klingons

A special case is the Klingooninstituut. By the members of this Institute is the language of the Klingons developed. This is so far advanced that there is even a Klingoonse Wikipedia started. The Klingontaal has more speakers than today different natural languages. [6there are about 50 books in Klingon released, including Hamlet, the Bible and the Gilgamesh Epic.

The types and peoples[Edit]Edit

[27]Andoriaanse, one of the many species in the Star Trek universe.

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See Types and peoples (Star Trek) for the main article on this topic.

Star Trek has many types and Nations. Most of them are humanoid, with small or large is usually occur as ridges on the nose or on the forehead. In the TNG episode "The Chase" is explained why most species have a humanoid form: billions of years ago investigated members of an ancient people for the Galaxy, where they discovered that they were alone. They decided to "sow" DNA-fragments on dozens of planets that might ever live would bring forth, whereby they would live on in future Nations. Indeed different civilizations thrived on, the most important of which are listed below.

People

The mankind has finally made contact with outside in Star Trek Earth civilizations. The first contact was laid by Zefram Cochrane with the Vulcans on april 5, 2063, when he made his first flight with a spacecraft (the Phoenix) made with warp-drive . Since then, despite some repercussions, a close-knit community, which formed the basis for theUnited Federation of planets.

Vulcans

The Vulcans is a nation of highly intelligent Humanoids, that logic as the basis for any decision see. Emotions are suppressed by a rigorous spiritual discipline. The loss of this discipline often leads to violent and uncontrolled outbursts. Appearance differences Vulcans bucked only from people by their pointed ears and eyebrows. The Vulcans are allies of humanity. Vulcans are on average much older than humans.

Romulans

Romulans are related to Vulcans, but have never learned their emotions under control. As a result, Romulans very warlike and opportunistic. Sometimes they are opposed to the United Federation of planets, but in other cases they form a temporary alliance with their opponents in order to prevent a greater danger. However, the Romulans mostly follow an isolationist politics. The main planet of the Romulan Empire is the planet Romulus in the Beta quadrant.

Klingons

Klingons are warlike Humanoids. The Klingonrijk was at the time of James Kirk the archenemy of the United Federation of planets but later they were allies. Klingons couples prefer to honor above all else and want to achieve that honor on the battlefield. Klingons have evolved from crustaceans: ribbed for their large heads are an evolutionary remnant from the days when they still had a large exoskeleton . The men usually wear mustache and beard. The main planet of the Klingonrijk is Qo'nos (Kronos) in the Beta quadrant.

Cardassians

The Cardassians are a humanoid species. They are generally warlike, cunning and perfectionist and have a long history of conflicts and wars. External features of the Cardassians are a brownish-gray skin and wide wrinkled neck. They have wrinkles on the forehead, arms and legs. They have evolved from reptiles and love heat and dark spaces. The Cardassiaanse Union main planet of the Cardassia Prime is a planet in theAlpha quadrant.

Ferengi

The Ferengi are a type of small Humanoids with huge ears and pointed teeth. The Ferengi society is based on the principles of trade and, above all, profit. This vision is extensive to in their code, the Rules of Acquisition ' (Acquisition rules). Their society is patriarchal; women are supposed to wear no clothes. The main planet of the Ferengi Alliance is Ferenginar.

Borg

The Borg are a humanoid species, customized with mechanical implants. They assimilate other species that have technology or knowledge that the deposit is not to have that technology or knowledge. This assimilation happens almost never voluntary. The deposit forms a collective; individuals do not exist in their organizational structure. By this organization they are able very quickly to adapt to a changing environment.The Borg are from the distant Delta quadrant.

The fans[Edit]Edit

At the time of the original series there was only a small fan base, but those who appreciated the series, the Trekkies, there were totally wild by. When gold that you either a Trekkie was horrible, either Star Trek was made. Star Trek fans were there in 1976 with a writing campaign for that the first Space Shuttle Enterprise got the name, the name of the spaceship from the original Star Trek series. [7in the meantime, there are millions of fans worldwide. There are conventions organized where fans come together and express their knowledge of and love for Star Trek. But not all of these fans are as fanatic. In addition to the Trekkies differentiates also tractors, which, although they are interested in Star Trek, but there not make their life. Of the distinction between tractors and Trekkies is said: a tractor calls his dog "Spock"; a Trekkie calls his son "Kirk". In 2002 and 2004 are two documentaries about fans on dvd released: Trekkies and Trekkies2. A group of Finnish fans has made several parodies under the name Star Wreck, including Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning and appeared in Germany some Raumschiff Highlandermovies. Elsewhere in the world there are series that are fan-created. For example, In Netherlands has one Star Trek: Dark Armada. This series is the most advanced in Netherlands series in development. There is also a parody song called, Star Trekkin' made.

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