Star Trek: Phoenix

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The USS Phoenix (NCC-65420) was a 24th century Federation Nebula -class starship operated by Starfleet . This ship was constructed by the Yoyodyne Division at 40 Eridani A Starfleet Construction Yards and commissioned on stardate 40250.5 in 2363 . In 2367 , the Phoenix was under the command of Captain Benjamin Maxwell .

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In 2367, Captain Maxwell turned vigilante with the Phoenix , destroying a Cardassian outpost and several ships in Sector 21505 seemingly without provocation. He claimed his actions were justified because the Cardassians were preparing to renew hostilities only a year after peace had been settled with the United Federation of Planets . As a result, Starfleet dispatched the USS Enterprise -D , to intercept the Phoenix .

Captain Jean-Luc Picard was assigned to intercept and stop Maxwell. En route to intercept the Phoenix , the Enterprise 's sensors revealed that Captain Maxwell was attempting to destroy another supply ship .

In an attempt to prevent the further destruction of Cardassian lives and property, Captain Picard gave a nearby Cardassian warship the Phoenix 's prefix code to give the Cardassians an advantage. Despite taking a direct hit with its shields down, the Phoenix still managed to destroy the attacking ship with a salvo of torpedoes .

When the Enterprise finally caught up with the Phoenix , Picard ordered Maxwell back to Starbase 211 ; however, during their return, Maxwell veered from course and headed towards another supply ship. When the Enterprise arrived at their position, Maxwell demanded Picard search the vessel as proof that Maxwell's actions were justified. Picard refused and a stand-off ensued.

Ultimately the stand-off ended successfully with no further loss of lives when Chief Miles O'Brien was able to beam over during a 1/50th of a second scan cycle "window" in the Phoenix 's shields caused by its high energy sweeps. Once on board he managed to convince Maxwell to stand down his ship.

In spite of the situation, Picard warned Gul Macet that Maxwell's suspicions may have had a basis in truth. ( TNG : " The Wounded ")

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Construction data was taken from the ship's dedication plaque found in Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Continuing Mission ; the ship's motto was "No matter where you go, there you are", the same motto found on the plaque of the USS Excelsior ; the line was taken from the movie Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension , as is the name Yoyodyne . The plaque was located in the ready room of the Phoenix , the only known ship to have a plaque in that location. (With few exceptions, plaques are almost always located on the bridge .)

This particular configuration of the Nebula -class ship was never seen again in any future productions, instead replaced with the more familiar tripod mount. On his blog, Doug Drexler explained that the original Nebula -class pod did not suit the ship and it was a collective decision between himself, Rick Sternbach , and Michael Okuda to replace the pod. [1] (X)

The reference book Star Fleet Technical Manual by Franz Joseph featured a listing of an earlier Hermes -class Phoenix ( β ) with the registry NCC-625 (it was of the Cygnus sub-class). The ship was a MK-VIIB courier authorized for appropriation on stardate 5099.

Although " The Wounded " was written and produced several years before Star Trek: First Contact , the Star Trek Encyclopedia  (4th ed., vol. 2, p. 139) retroactively speculated that the Phoenix was named for Zefram Cochrane 's warp ship of the same name .

A replica model of the Phoenix was produced for issue #112 of the Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection .

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The Cage (1966)

S1.E0 ∙ The Cage

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S1.E1 ∙ The Man Trap

Robert Walker Jr. in Star Trek (1966)

S1.E2 ∙ Charlie X

Sally Kellerman and Gary Lockwood in Star Trek (1966)

S1.E3 ∙ Where No Man Has Gone Before

George Takei and Nichelle Nichols in Star Trek (1966)

S1.E4 ∙ The Naked Time

Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner in Star Trek (1966)

S1.E5 ∙ The Enemy Within

Roger C. Carmel, Susan Denberg, Karen Steele, and Maggie Thrett in Star Trek (1966)

S1.E6 ∙ Mudd's Women

Majel Barrett and Sherry Jackson in Star Trek (1966)

S1.E7 ∙ What Are Little Girls Made Of?

Kim Darby in Star Trek (1966)

S1.E8 ∙ Miri

Leonard Nimoy and Morgan Woodward in Dagger of the Mind (1966)

S1.E9 ∙ Dagger of the Mind

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S1.E10 ∙ The Corbomite Maneuver

Sean Kenney in Star Trek (1966)

S1.E11 ∙ The Menagerie: Part I

Jeffrey Hunter, Laurel Goodwin, and Susan Oliver in The Cage (1966)

S1.E12 ∙ The Menagerie: Part II

William Shatner, Barbara Anderson, and Arnold Moss in Star Trek (1966)

S1.E13 ∙ The Conscience of the King

Mark Lenard in Star Trek (1966)

S1.E14 ∙ Balance of Terror

DeForest Kelley and Emily Banks in Star Trek (1966)

S1.E15 ∙ Shore Leave

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S1.E16 ∙ The Galileo Seven

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S1.E17 ∙ The Squire of Gothos

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S1.E18 ∙ Arena

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S1.E19 ∙ Tomorrow Is Yesterday

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S1.E20 ∙ Court Martial

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S1.E22 ∙ Space Seed

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S1.E23 ∙ A Taste of Armageddon

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S1.E24 ∙ This Side of Paradise

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S1.E25 ∙ The Devil in the Dark

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S1.E26 ∙ Errand of Mercy

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S1.E27 ∙ The Alternative Factor

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S1.E28 ∙ The City on the Edge of Forever

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Star Trek: Phoenix is a fan film series set aboard the Ascension -class (Ascension) Federation starship USS Phoenix , in the year 2422 , four decades following the events Star Trek Nemesis . Only one episode has been completed thus far.

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Summary [ ]

The pilot episode was titled "Cloak & Dagger" and took place one year into the maiden voyage of the USS Phoenix . It was released in three parts on YouTube , along with two short character-focused vignettes.

Star Trek: Phoenix was the largest consistent film production in the Pacific Northwest from 2008-2010. With more then 150 volunteers comprised of Hollywood professionals and local/international non-professionals alike. The project was produced by Seattle local film studios Temporal Studios , Abundant Productions , and Sonnet Realm Films . Directed by Sam Akina and Gale Benning. Produced by Elle Sonnet, Adam Sonnet, Amanda Cherry, Jon Johnson, Tamara Vilijean, Gina Lockhart, S.Joe Downing, Executive produced by Leo Roberts, Ben Andrews, and Lorraine Montez.

Episode 1: Cloak & Dagger [ ]

After a major attack on the Phoenix , Captain Avari and the crew attempt to rescue a diplomatic envoy on Katrassii Prime . Upon arrival in the Neutral Zone , the rescue team faces a labyrinth of mysteries until they are unexpectedly ambushed by Romulan Commander Telek. Telek attempts to murder Avari in an effort to get information about Project Labyrinth but is taken out. When Avari returns to the ship, the crew discover Telek has disappeared from the planet below. In response, Avari sets course for the new Romulan homeworld, Rihannsu .

Characters [ ]

  • Captain Bryce D. Avari
  • Commander Talis Jaryn
  • Dr. Thomas F. Alden
  • Ambassador T'Von
  • Lt. Cmdr. Akeyln Solara
  • Lt. Arca Niran
  • Lt. Yamora Vu'Shan
  • Lt. Pelomar Laenah
  • Lt. Joben Karkko
  • Major Ulti Natyra
  • Colonel Noah Croft
  • Councilor Tol Hadik
  • General Krik

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Star trek: first contact mystery of how first warp ship landed is solved.

Zefram Cochrane became the first human to achieve warp flight in Star Trek: First Contact, but how did his ship, the Phoenix, make it back to Earth?

  • Zefram Cochrane's Phoenix ship landed back on Earth using a feathered reentry configuration with parachutes to ensure a safe landing.
  • Production illustrator John Eaves provided the answer on how the Phoenix ship made it back home after its historic warp flight in Star Trek: First Contact.
  • The iconic ship inspired generations of future explorers and remains a pivotal part of Earth's history in the Star Trek universe.

The question of how the Phoenix landed back on Earth in S ta r Trek: First Contact finally has an answer. Star Trek: First Contact follows Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the crew of the USS Enterprise-E as they travel back in time to April 2063, to stop a Borg invasion. The Enterprise arrives on Earth just before Zefram Cochrane (James Cromwell) is meant to make the first-ever warp flight in his ship, the Phoenix . This historic flight catches the attention of the Vulcans, who beam down to Earth to initiate first contact with the human race. The Borg intend to prevent Earth's First Contact with the Vulcans and take over the planet when it is at its most vulnerable.

As Captain Picard remains on the Enterprise to take on the Borg, Commander William Riker (Jonathan Frakes) and Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge (LeVar Burton) remain on Earth to help Zefram Cochrane repair his damaged ship. After Riker and La Forge help ensure that the Phoenix's first warp flight happens as it was always meant to, the Enterprise crew members watch from a distance as Cochrane greets the Vulcans . When Picard first sees the Phoenix in Star Trek: First Contact , he remarks that he often visited the ship at the Smithsonian in the future, but the film never answers how the Phoenix landed back on Earth after its first flight.

Star Trek: First Contact was the film directorial debut of Star Trek: The Next Generation's Jonathan Frakes, who remains one of Star Trek's most beloved and prolific directors.

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How zefram cochrane landed his phoenix ship in star trek: first contact, production illustrator john eaves provides the answer..

Star Trek: First Contact may not have shown how Zefram Cochrane's ship made it back to Earth, but production illustrator John Eaves always knew how the ship made it home. Eaves, who has served as a production illustrator for many Star Trek projects, helped design the look and configuration of the Phoenix as it was depicted in First Contact . Eaves had the difficult task of making the Phoenix appear as though it had been designed and built from the shell of an intercontinental ballistic missile in the 21st century, while also suggesting the design future Starfleet starships would adapt. An illustration in the book Star Trek: The Art Of John Eaves by Joe Nazzaro depicts the Phoenix's warp flight, including how it landed back on Earth.

Star Trek First Contact Phoenix Landing

The Phoenix launched using traditional chemical engines before the nacelles were extended and the warp core and plasma injectors were brought online. The same engines used to launch the ship were also used to bring the ship back home. After the warp flight was completed and the warp engines powered down, the Phoenix reentered Earth's atmosphere by way of a feathered reentry configuration . The nacelles then retracted, allowing parachutes to be deployed, so the Phoenix could land safely. Although this process is not shown in Star Trek: First Contact , the landing process for the ship was built into its original design.

What Happened To Zefram Cochrane's Phoenix After Star Trek: First Contact?

The phoenix inspired generations of future explorers..

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With its historic warp flight, the Phoenix became one of the most recognizable ships in Earth's history. The original ship eventually found its way to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, where Jean-Luc Picard visited it as a child. In the Star Trek timeline , Star Trek: Enterprise takes place less than 100 years after Zefram Cochrane's flight and contains the most references to his iconic ship . The Phoenix appears in the opening credits of Enterprise, and Admiral Maxwell Forrest (Vaughn Armstrong) and Ensign Travis Mayweather (Anthony Montgomery) both have models of the Phoenix in their offices or quarters.

The USS Enterprise of Captain Christopher Pike (Anson Mount) in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds also has a picture of the Phoenix on display in one of its conference rooms. An amusement park is eventually built in Bozeman, Montana at the site of Zefram Cochran's first meeting with the Vulcans . The Lower Deckers of the USS Cerritos visit this amusement park in Star Trek: Lower Decks season 3, and they commandeer the model of the Phoenix that serves as a ride vehicle. Because of its significance to the United Federation of Planets, Starfleet, and the history of space travel, the Phoenix will always be one of Star Trek's most important and iconic ships.

Star Trek: First Contact is available to stream on Max. Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, & Star Trek: Lower Decks are available on Paramount+.

Source: Star Trek: The Art Of John Eaves by Joe Nazzaro

Eaton at the movies

Experience the movies with the Eaton Collection

New exhibit showcases science fiction and fantasy in film and TV

From Jules Verne to Star Wars to Beyoncé, the many facets of science fiction and fantasy in popular culture are on display in a new exhibit at UC Riverside’s Tomás Rivera Library.  “Eaton at the Movies” showcases film and television-related items from the Eaton Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy, which has more than 300,000 pieces of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and utopian literature, making it one of the largest collections of its kind in the world. The new exhibit is the first to showcase new and old items since the pandemic, including some that have never been publicly exhibited before, said Steven Mandeville-Gamble, UCR’s university librarian.  “This feels like a reawakening of our Eaton Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy, which we’ve been steadily building during the pandemic,” he said.

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As part of that celebration, the library unveiled a new logo for the collection created by John Jennings, a professor of media and cultural studies and a Hugo Award-winning graphic novelist and illustrator. Special commemorative pins with the “EC” logo were given to guests at a reception held Feb. 8 to launch the new exhibit. The exhibit is open to visitors through July and can be found on the fourth floor of the Rivera Library from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is separated into several themes with items that range from recognizable pop culture brands to deep cuts from archival collections, said Phoenix Alexander, the Jay Kay and Doris Klein Science Fiction librarian who curated the exhibit. “People love film and TV,” he said. “People love science fiction. I wanted it to be a crowd-pleasing exhibit.” It's the first exhibit Alexander has overseen on his own as curator of the Eaton Collection since he joined UCR in August 2022. Alexander conducted extensive research in the Eaton Collection’s holdings, looking through unprocessed collections to find items he knew had to be part of the exhibit. One of his favorites is a photograph of a young Ray Bradbury, the famed science fiction writer, with film star Marlene Dietrich. 

Eaton exhibit

One display case spotlighting monster films features a recently acquired collection from the 1976 “King Kong” remake including the shooting script. The blockbuster “Star Wars” franchise is represented in the “Space Samurai” display case and shows early concept art by legendary illustrator Ralph MacQuarrie. Phoenix noted how the initial design for the droid C-3PO resembled the robot from the 1927 film “Metropolis,” and how Darth Vader’s helmet resembled a samurai’s.  One of MacQuarrie’s drawings serves as the main art for the exhibit brochure.  Visitors to the exhibit are invited to send a message through a displayed R2-D2 model, dropping notes into a replica of the droid.  The other big “Star” franchise is represented with shooting scripts from the original 1966 “Star Trek” television series and the 1993 spin-off “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” as well as a photograph of actress Nichelle Nichols, who played Lt. Uhura.  Alexander said he wanted the exhibit to display a wide variety of items that showcase the range of science fiction and its influences.  

Eaton exhibit

For instance, one display spotlights rare books, including an 1874 edition of Jules Verne’s “From the Earth to the Moon” and a copy of his 1899 novel “The Will of an Eccentric,” which both served as inspiration for filmmakers like Georges Méliès, whose biography is also included. 

Those early forays into science fiction are connected to pop culture’s present with a display spotlighting the 1927 film “Metropolis” that includes a poster from last year’s “Beyoncé: Renaissance” concert film, showing the singer in a sleek silver metallic body suit that references the robot from the Fritz Lang classic.  “It just helps tie all these science fiction iconographies, visual history, and visual culture into the present, so folks can see how a film from 1927 can have such an enduring legacy,” Alexander said. 

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‘Star Trek: Discovery' Sets Final Season Premiere Date at Paramount+

"Star Trek: Discovery" has a premiere date for Season 5, which will also be the show's last.

The fifth and final season of the series will premiere with two episodes on April 4 on Paramount+ in the U.S., the UK, Switzerland, South Korea, Latin America, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, Austria, and Canada. New episodes will then drop weekly on Thursdays. The final season will consist of 10 episodes.

The official description of Season 5 states, "The fifth and final season will find Captain Burnham and the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery uncovering a mystery that will send them on an epic adventure across the galaxy to find an ancient power whose very existence has been deliberately hidden for centuries. But there are others on the hunt as well…dangerous foes who are desperate to claim the prize for themselves and will stop at nothing to get it."

It was announced in March 2023 that "Discovery" would be coming to an end. "Discovery" has been the flagship modern "Star Trek" series since it launched in 2017, at a time when Paramount+ was still known as CBS All Access. The series kicked off the rebooted "Star Trek" TV universe and led to the successful spinoff "Star Trek: Strange New Worlds," which is currently prepping its second season. The show also chalked up a number of firsts for the franchise, including having a Black female protagonist. It also prominently featured LGBTQIA+ characters in a way not previously seen in a "Star Trek" show.

The Season 5 main cast includes: Sonequa Martin-Green, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, Wilson Cruz, David Ajala, Blu del Barrio, and Callum Keith Rennie. Elias Toufexis and Eve Harlow will appear in recurring guest star roles.

Alex Kurtzman and Michelle Paradise serve as co-showrunners on "Discovery." Both also serve as executive producers along with Heather Kadin, Aaron Baiers, Olatunde Osunsanmi, Martin-Green, Frank Siracusa, John Weber, Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth. The series is produced by CBS Studios in association with Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment.

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