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Early interstellar vessel launched in 2064 which was lost when it was carried out of the galaxy into the surrounding energy barrier, later detected via its recorder-marker log buoy. As a result of contact...
Common Starfleet medical implement used to deliver medication to a patient subcutaneously by using an extremely fine, high-pressure aerosuspension delivery system. Hypospray technology is more hygienic...
Life Prolongation Project
Failed experiment attempted by scientists on the so-called Miri's planet, originally designed to create an age-retarding virus for use in humans. Instead, the virus killed the entire adult population and...
A touch technique that allows a Vulcan to merge his or her mind with the essence of another's mind purely by using specialized contact via fingertip-points -- on a humanoid, usually around the targeted...
A shuttlecraft on board the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, named after the explorer, Christopher Columbus (1451-1506). In 2267, this craft took part in a visual search for the crashed Galileo on the surface...
Intrepid, U.S.S. (NCC-1631)
A Constitution-class Federation starship, registry no. NCC-1631, with an all-Vulcan crew destroyed in 2268 by a gigantic spaceborne amoeba creature near the Gamma 7A System. A year earlier, the Intrepid...
Botany Bay, S.S.
Nuclear-powered vessel of the DY-100 class, which was Earth's standard interplanetary transport of the late 20th century. Named after an infamous Australian penal colony, the S.S. Botany Bay was converted...
A late 20th century interplanetary vessel design built on Earth using nuclear powered engines and equipped with suspended-animation chambers for longer voyages during the pre-warp era, superceded by 2018...
A sublight class ship of the 21st century, larger than the earlier DY-100 and in use for a century after being modified for early versions of warp drive. The S.S. Mariposa was of DY-500 class. Launched...
Denevan neural parasite
Originating outside the Milky Way galaxy, these irregularly shaped gelatinous life-forms were structurally analogous to oversized brain cells, and were linked together to form a single collective intelligence. Initially,...
A dying Denevan native flew one of these small, one-person spacecrafts directly into the system's sun in 2267. The pilot had been infested with Denevan neural parasites, which were eradicated by the ultraviolent...
A medication which simulates death in an individual. This drug causes a cessation of detectable heartbeat and respiration in a humanoid patient, creating the appearance of death. A close examination, however,...
This Federation starship supposedly sent a distress call to the Enterprise in 2267. It was actually a hoax transmission from the Klingons, who faked the distress call in order to keep the Enterprise from...
Freighter. This ship supposedly sent a distress call to the Enterprise in 2267. In actuality, the fake transmission was part of a Klingon scheme to keep the Enterprise from returning to planet Capella...
Cygnian Respiratory Diseases, A Survey of
A medical library computer disk on board the starship U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701. Nurse Chapel showed young Ens. Garrovick this microtape disk and informed him that it contained orders from Dr. Leonard...
Farragut, U.S.S. (NCC-1647)
The starship to which Lieutenant James T. Kirk was first assigned after leaving Starfleet Academy. During his service on the Farragut in 2257, 200 crew members were slaughtered by the dikironium cloud...
Medical instrument which revives victims in cardiac arrest, available both as a hand-held unit and built into the cryo-surgivcal support frame. In 2267, McCoy used it on Ambassador Sarek aboard the U.S.S....
Constellation, U.S.S. (NCC-1017)
Federation starship, Constitution-class, registry no. NCC-1017, commanded by Commodore Matt Decker. Confronted by an extragalactic planet killer weapon in 2267 near system L-374, the Constellation took...
Excalibur (NCC-1664), U.S.S.
Consitution-class Federation starship, registry no. NCC-1664, commanded by Captian Harris. In 2268, the ship was destroyed and its entire crew killed during a disastrous war-game drill with Richard Daystrom's...
Hood, U.S.S. (NCC-1703)
Lexington, U.S.S. (NCC-1709)
Constitution-class Federation starship, registry no. NCC-1709, commanded by Commodore Robert Wesley. Lt. Whatley transferred from the Lexington to the U.S.S. Enterprise a week before the tribble incident...
Potemkin, U.S.S. (NCC-1657)
A Constitution-class Federation starship named for the Russian military officer Grigory Alexandrovitch Potemkin (1739-1791), Starfleet registry number NCC-1657. On stardate 4729.4 (2268) the Potemkin...
Klingon battle cruiser
The Klingon battle cruiser formed the backbone of the Klingon Defense Force for decades. The D7-type vessel was in service in the 2260s, a design shared with the Romulan Star Empire during the brief alliance...
Defiant, U.S.S. (NCC-1764)
Constitution-class 23rd-century Federation starship, registry no. NCC-1764. Caught in a spatial interphase in 2268, near Tholian territory, the U.S.S. Defiant was lost between dimensions for several hours,...
Medical diagnostic tool which creates an image capable of mapping the neural activity in the humanoid brain. A BCP can be used as a means of identification as each individual image is unique to that individual....
Synonym for a Galaxy-class starship's stardrive section. The battle section is the module that contains the warp engines and main engineering, following separation from the saucer section. This section...
Apparently a newer Starfleet tradition, this large, elliptical, shuttle vehicle appeared on Galaxy-class starships. The Captain's yacht docks and disembarks from an external port located on the underside...
The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D was a Galaxy-class starship and the flagship of Starfleet. The fifth starship to be named Enterprise, she was commanded by Captain Jean-Luc Picard. With a total of 42...
Initially thought to be a large spaceport on Deneb IV, the station was actually a giant, shape-shifting lifeform, forced to assume the form of the base by the natives of Deneb IV, the Bandi. Thanks to...
The first Galaxy-class starship, a prototype for the most sophisticated of Federation ships in the late 24th century. In 2374, the U.S.S. Galaxy, named after its class, was damaged during an invasion...
The largest Starfleet vessel until the coming of the Sovereign-class, and its most-decked at 42. Ships of the class include the namesake U.S.S. Galaxy and the U.S.S. Venture, as well as the destroyed...
A waterborne viral infection that acts as a depressant on the body's neural system, lowering inhibitions by acquiring carbon from the body and acting on the brain as an intoxicant. The disease and a strain...
Jean-Luc Picard's friend from the Academy, Corey Zweller, was assigned to this ship upon graduating. It was also one of two Starfleet ships whose increased warp engine performance is supposed proof of...
A massive Federation orbiting facility, at the planet Tarsas III, commanded by Commander Orfil Quinteros. In 2364, the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D received an upgrade to its computer systems there....
A starship too small to ferry the entire Enterprise crew out to regain their ship after it is hijacked from Starbase 74 by the Bynars, and too slow — it's 66 hours away. Data passed through an unstable...
The type of sophisticated starship the Ferengi Alliance uses, many come equipped with powerful plasma energy weapons capable of destroying even a Galaxy-class starship. The ships have a standard crew...
This Talarian freighter was hijacked by Klingons under the command of Captain Korris on stardate 41503.7. The craft exploded, but the Klingon renegades were rescued by personnel from the U.S.S. Enterprise-D.
Native to planet Brekka, its harvest, growth and sale provides the lone industry on the planet as a form of temporary relief for the "plague" on neighboring Ornara. The plague was actually cured generations...
direct reticular stimulation
Medical procedure which applies electrical energy directly to a humanoid nervous system in an effort to revive neural activity, using a neural stimulator device. When Natasha Yar was critically wounded...
The instrument used to increase neural activity in the central nervous system of a dying humanoid brain. When Natasha Yar was critically wounded by Armus, a neural stimulator was used as part of direct...