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Star Trek Magazine

Star Trek Magazine

Star Trek Magazine #79

Providing in-depth coverage of all aspects of Star Trek, from the classic years of Kirk and Spock, through Jean Luc Picard, Captains Sisko, Janeway and Archer to the new JJ Abrams movies, Star Trek Magazine is your indispensable guide to the Star Trek universe. Every issue contains star-name interviews, great analytical features and exclusive photography from the CBS archives.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Titan Publishing Group
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1 min
vvdfx cv

TV Nip/Tuck (2007–2010) Private Practice (2010–2012) Dexter (2011–2013) Scandal (2012–2014) Grey’s Anatomy (2007–2014) Constantine (2014–2015) Longmire (2015) The Last Man on Earth (2016) Scream Queens (2016) Feud: Bette and Joan (2017) Code Black (2015–2018) Midnight, Texas (2018) The OA (2019) Fosse/Verdon (2019) The Affair (2019) American Horror Story (2019) Ray Donovan (2017–2019) 9-1-1 (2018–2020) Angelyne (2020) FILM Mission: Impossible III (2006) The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny (2006) Tropic Thunder (2008) Valkyrie (2008) Star Trek (2009) MacGruber (2010) The Revenant (2015) Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) Officer Downe (2016) Ghost House (2017) Darkest Hour (2017) I, Tonya (2017) Peppermint (2018) Halloween (2018) Bird Box (2018) Bombshell (2020) Birds of Prey (2020)…

10 min
ten forward

55 YEARS YOUNG! Star Trek celebrates 55th anniversary With 2021 well underway, Star Trek is marking its 55th year in fine style, both looking ahead to new shows – namely the three live-action and two animated series in various stages of production – and back to past triumphs. Already in production are Star Trek: Discovery Season 4 and, respectively, the first and second seasons of animated shows Star Trek: Prodigy and Star Trek: Lower Decks, all of which are expected to debut this year. At time of writing, Season 2 of Star Trek: Picard was anticipated to begin production in January, with Season 1 of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds heading into production shortly after. However, with Covid-19 continuing to impact production facilities in the US and Canada, all dates are subject to…

4 min
reach for a star george christman

When an anguished fan asked a newspaper editor in 1971 whether Star Trek would ever return with new episodes, the columnist stated, “No, it’s all over. The mighty men of the Starship Enterprise have found new jobs with Starfleet. Even the reruns will one day fade forever from the screens.” George Christman was one fan who didn’t accept oblivion for Captain Kirk and his crew. From 1968 to 1973 and 1977 to 1981, Christman worked for the University of Michigan; as a computer programmer with its Space Physics Laboratory, he was involved in real space science. “We analyzed data that came back from unmanned spacecraft,” he says. “Two years after I left, researchers announced that the ozone layer was being depleted by aerosol sprays. I believe some of the data from…

8 min
hailing frequencies star trek fans have their say

ON “PEOPLE OF EARTH” (EPISODE 3) Book is great. I am really attached to Adira, though. I love Adira very much already. I can’t wait to see more of Adira going forward. Danielle Wallace, via Twitter It was a bold choice to feature an “emotional reunion” between Burnham and the crew in only the third episode – and we do feel like we’ve mystifyingly skipped an entire season of Book and Burnham – but it allows for hints that Burnham has “adapted” to this more lawless society… Art of Star Trek, via Twitter I really liked a comment the writers made during The Ready Room, that Earth had not completely devolved into chaos, that they still remembered being a part of the Federation. That even though they were isolationist, it wasn’t based on racism; Tellarites…

10 min
replicating reality

It’s a small club, designing makeup effects for the various Star Trek television series. For nearly two decades, the society was pretty much restricted to multiple Emmy-winner Michael Westmore, but more recently that membership expanded with Glenn Hetrick and Alchemy FX, and the introduction of Star Trek: Discovery. Now that elite club has added another member: Vincent Van Dyke, whose make-up effects shop VVDFX (Vincent Van Dyke Effects) was enlisted for the first season of Star Trek: Picard, earning Van Dyke his second Emmy. No stranger to television, Van Dyke’s CV includes such credits as Nip/Tuck, Grey’s Anatomy (for which he won his first Emmy), and American Horror Story, but sci-fi was a rarity for the shop. “My company is really not the ‘alien studio,’” he concedes, “or scifi in general,…

16 min
star trek all access

22nd Century ACCESS PANEL (A.K.A. “MEES PANEL”) In-universe first appearance: Star Trek: Enterprise, “Terra Nova” (2151) The first chronological appearance of a “Mees panel,” where a crew member needed to inspect or repair inner circuitry on the ship via a little hatch. Actual first appearance: Star Trek: The Next Generation, “Aquiel” (2369) Not as well known as the Jefferies tube or the Okudagram (see the “LCARS” entry), the Mees panel was named after TNG set decorator Jim Mees from sixth season “Aquiel” on. Essentially the nickname applied to any service panel or junction box seen on the Enterprise-D. Writer/ producer Ron Moore was so fond of using such panels that it triggered complaints from Mees that each one cost upwards of $1,000 to design, make, and install, given that the original design didn’t have any access…