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  1. The Enterprise responds to a distress call from Rana IV, a Federation colony that is under attack from an unknown alien ship. When they arrive, they find the entire surface of the planet destroyed, save for a single house and two occupants.
  2. May 17,  · my motion graphic college project & first adventure with After effects. Music borrowed from two steps from hell.
  3. In the pantheon of "sequels that far eclipsed their original films," Star Trek II is right up there with The Empire Strikes Back and Superman II. I would argue, however, that Star Trek II deserves the nod in this category because a) Empire was the sequel to Star Wars, a great movie in its own right, and b) Superman I was just okay but not the.
  4. The Star Trek canon is the set of all canonical material in the Star Trek universe. The official Star Trek website defines canon as comprising the television series The Original Series, The Animated Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise, Discovery, Picard, and Short Treks, as well as the films in the franchise.
  5. Nov 25,  · My tribute to the Star Wars Saga with music: Enter Sandman by Metallica PLEASE RATE AND LEAVE A COMMENT! THANK YOU! Star Wars - Enter Sandman kekierestu Star Wars, Star Trek, Halo.
  6. The Trill made their debut on television in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The Host" (May 11, ), and were further developed as the species of successive main-cast characters of the television show Star Trek: Deep Space Nine which made its debut on television with the two-part opener "Emissary" (broadcast January 3, ).
  7. The Borg were introduced on syndicated television on May 8, , in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Q Who?", and rose to further prominence in the famous two part cliffhanger "Best of Both Worlds, Part I", which aired on June 18, , with the sequel airing on September 24, Base of operations: Delta Quadrant.
  8. In Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Spock says "Live Long and Prosper" and then puts his hand to the glass. In Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, there is a jump cut from before he puts his hand on the glass to after and only then the line "Live Long and Prosper" is uttered.

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