Re: [ST1-LCN] A Star Trek IV Question...
- Jack Gannon wrote:
> .um, wasn't it the Captain of the USS Yorktown who reportedThat's the ship I was talking about too. I always
> that the chief engineer was constructing a makeshift solar
> sail to keep the crew alive?
> The last we saw of the Saratoga was the helmsman growling
> under his breath and the ship floating devoid of power
> under and away from the Probe.
wondered what became of the crew when the probe had
finally left Earth. Were they rescued or did they perish?
I heard you on the wireless back in 52
Lying in Bed intent at tuning in on you
If I was young it didn't stop you coming through
They took the credit for your second symphony.
Rewritten by machine and new technology,
and now I understand the problems you can see.
Video killed the radio star
Video killed the radio star
In my mind and in my car
We can't rewind we've gone too far
Pictures came and broke your heart
Put all the blame on VTRs....
> .um, wasn't it the Captain of the USS Yorktown who reported that the chief[ATA]Now that you mention it yes. You are correct. It was not the saratoga
> engineer was constructing a makeshift solar sail to keep the crew alive?
it was the Yorktown.
The Saratoga was the first ship that encountered the probe
> Check the film, note though that the mention of the[ATA]Actually, in between the mentioning of the Saratoga and
> Saratoga comes up and then you see the statement about
> the solar sails just as quickly.
the statement of the solar sails, you have the Admiral(I guess)
asking for the Yorktown and that is the comunication you have
making the statement about the solar sails
- ATA wrote:
>Wasn't there a dedication plaque that said "Enterprise Class"
> > Starfleet intended to retire 1701 and put her crew on
> > the A, since Starfleet is not required to tell them
> > (Or us) that information so we'd (1701 crew and fans)
> > all be surprised when the crew gets it. The crew
> > didn't know that their new ship was in the shipyards
> > when they stole the original.
> [ATA]That is the problem. Of cpourse you are aware that the Tech
> Manual is not canon perse, at least it is not Level 1 Canon. But even
> then, that inisght as you called it, doesn;t seem to fit and certainly is
> highly speculative. Apparently they are trying to explain why there
> was a ship with the same registry id than the old one plus an A. but
> there were none. take into account that charges were issued againts all
> members. They were dropped after they saved Earth and the "demotion"
> of Kirk was kind of a prize that was completed with not only giving
> him a new command but by noring him and his crew by retaining the
> old name and starting a new tradition of keeping an Enterprise always
> in active duty. But all this happened after the whales incident not before.
> Now, does that means that the 1701-A wasn't named originally Saratoga?
> or that was the sail-one. But then again, did they took that ship away
> from her original captain to give her to Kirk? Of course it wouldn't be the first
> > The first and only
> > 'Enterprise' class starship was then renaimed Saratoga
> [ATA]That is another thing, there is no Enetrprise class.
> It still the Constitution class but refitted as far as I know.
> The fact that it is mentioned as a commentary or suggestion by
> the author of the Tech Manual doesn't make it canon.
on one ship at one point somewhere? If there were I would consider
that canon. But I can't seem to find a reference to it. What
I did find was a bit odd though. It seems Kirk's original Enterprise
was called "Starship Class" instead of Constitution Class on its
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Sent: Monday, May 02, 2005 6:38 AM
Subject: Re: [ST1-LCN] A Star Trek IV Question...
> Wasn't there a dedication plaque that said "Enterprise Class"No, there wasn't.
> on one ship at one point somewhere? If there were I would consider
> that canon.
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- ATA wrote:
>I keep on thinking I saw it somewhere but that was probably just
> > Wasn't there a dedication plaque that said "Enterprise Class"
> > on one ship at one point somewhere? If there were I would consider
> > that canon.
> [ATA]Depends, was it actually seeing in an episode?