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Author: Michael Okuda
Genre: Performing Arts
Publisher: Harper Design
ISBN: 0062371320
Book Pages: 1056
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the classic show, a fully authorized revision of the popular reference companion: a two-volume encyclopedia featuring a completely new design, stunning new full-color photographs and illustrations, and 300 pages of new entries, packaged in a specially designed and shrink-wrapped deluxe slipcase. When it debuted in 1966, the Star Trek series quickly became a pop culture phenomenon, inspiring six spin-off series and thirteen films—including Star Trek Beyond, opening July 22, 2016—as well as books, comics, games, toys, and more. One of the largest franchises of all time, Star Trek’s overall box office revenue totals more than $1.93 billion to date. Since it’s initial publication twenty-five years ago, The Star Trek Encyclopedia has been the go-to source for everything related to the franchise’s canon. Packed with highly detailed information, including brief episode and film synopses, no other book has come close to offering the same wealth of insight into the Star Trek universe. Now, The Star Trek Encyclopedia has been thoroughly revised and redesigned for a new generation of fans. This updated and expanded edition includes 300 more pages, information, photographs and illustrations, and offers exhaustively researched and detailed entries on the characters, ships, and events from the last fifteen years of Star Trek television shows and films, including Star Trek: Voyager seasons 4-7, Star Trek: Enterprise seasons 1-4, and Star Trek Nemesis. It also features material detailing the recent big-screen films Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek: Into Darkness. Packaged in a stunning deluxe slipcase, this two-volume set is a must-have for every Star Trek fan’s library.


Author: Michael Okuda
Genre: Star Trek films
Publisher: Harper Design
ISBN: 0062371347
Book Pages: 558
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

The Star trek saga now spans a half-century since Roddenberry's original series hit the airwaves in 1966. It's hard to keep track of everything happening in the richly detailed television series and feature films, and this classic encyclopedia has finally been updated and expanded to include everything from The Mantrap to J.J. Abram's Kelvin Timeline.


Author: Michael Okuda
Genre: Science fiction films
Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek
ISBN: 0671796119
Book Pages: 184
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

With log entries indexed to actual Earth date calenders, this complete year-by-year chronology, with material from both original and new series, details every event in the Trek legend--from Captain Kirk's birth and his tenure on the U.S.S. Enterprise up through the Next Generation crew. Over 150 photographs.


Author: Christopher L. Bennett
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781982133672
Book Pages: 352
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

An all-new Star Trek movie-era adventure featuring James T. Kirk! Investigating the massacre of a telepathic minority, Captain James T. Kirk and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise confront a terrifying new threat: faceless, armored hunters whose extradimensional technology makes them seemingly unstoppable. Kirk must team with the powerful telepath Miranda Jones and the enigmatic Medusans to take on these merciless killers in an epic battle that will reveal the true faces of both enemy and ally!


Author: Michael Okuda
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek
ISBN: 0671536109
Book Pages: 342
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

A revised edition of the official illustrated timeline of the Star Trek universe is presented in full color and follows the founding of the Federation through the most recent Voyager adventures. Original.


Author: Bjo Trimble
Genre: Star Trek films
Publisher:
ISBN: 1852866764
Book Pages: 322
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Most Trek books revel in trivia that would puzzle Spock himself How can a latecomer to Star Trek ever catch up? Here, in a funny and easy-to-read format, is everything that those unfamiliar with the Star Trek universe need to know to be brought up to warp speed with their significant Trekking other. Coping With Your Trekker discusses the history of Star Trek, important episodes from all the different series, weird aliens and memorable characters, as well as the movies, the technology...plus "Really Cool Things to Say to Impress a Trekker", how to survive a Star Trek convention, and more After each chapter, a quiz helps readers hone their knowledge A handy Trek-to-English dictionary makes sense of it all. For new fans and reluctant mates this book will make the viewing of yet another Star Trek rerun -- arm-in-arm with a pointy-eared loved one -- a happy experience


Author: Matt Brady
Genre: Performing Arts
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781982123130
Book Pages: 336
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Explore the real science behind the Cartoon Network phenomenon Rick and Morty—one of television’s most irreverent, whip-smart, and darkly hilarious shows—and discover how close we are to Rick’s many experiments becoming a reality. Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty is one of the smartest (and most insane) shows on television. Genius alcoholic Rick Sanchez and his hapless grandson Morty have explored everything from particle physics to human augmentation and much more in their intergalactic adventures through the multiverse. With biting humor and plenty of nihilism, Rick and Morty employs cutting-edge scientific theories in every episode. But, outside of Rick’s garage laboratory, what are these theories truly about and what can they teach us about ourselves? Blending biology, chemistry, and physics basics with accessible—and witty—prose, The Science of Rick and Morty equips you with the scientific foundation to thoroughly understand Rick’s experiments from the show, such as how we can use dark matter and energy, just what is intelligence hacking, and whether or not you can really control a cockroach’s nervous system with your tongue. Perfect for longtime and new fans of the show, this is the ultimate segue into discovering more about our complicated and fascinating universe.


Author: Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Genre: History
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 9781469626192
Book Pages: 440
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Who are we, and where do we come from? The fundamental drive to answer these questions is at the heart of Finding Your Roots, the companion book to the hit PBS documentary series. As scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. clearly demonstrates, the tools of cutting-edge genomics and deep genealogical research now allow us to learn more about our roots and look further back in time than ever before. In the second season, Gates's investigation takes on the personal and genealogical histories of more than twenty luminaries, including Ken Burns, Stephen King, Derek Jeter, Governor Deval Patrick, Valerie Jarrett, and Sally Field. As Gates interlaces these moving stories of immigration, assimilation, strife, and success, he provides practical information for amateur genealogists just beginning archival research on their own families' roots and details the advances in genetic research now available to the public. The result is an illuminating exploration of who we are, how we lost track of our roots, and how we can find them again.


Author: Ben Robinson
Genre:
Publisher: Hero Collector
ISBN: 1858756138
Book Pages: 216
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Captain Kathryn Janeway's Starship Voyager Handbook, Packaged with die-cast model of the U.S.S. Voyager! Lavishly illustrated with detailed technical information, this third volume in the Illustrated Handbook series features the U.S.S. Voyager from the hit Star Trek TV series. This book is an in-depth, illustrated account of the Intrepid-class U.S.S. Voyager NCC-74656. Showing Captain Janeway's 24th century ship in detail, it opens with the ship's operational history and features illustrations of all the key locations from the bridge to the shuttlebay; the deflector relay control room to the stasis chamber. With illustrations and technical information from official sources, this book provides an extraordinary reference guide to this iconic ship. Packaged with die-cast model of the U.S.S. Voyager!


Author: Adam 'mojo' Lebowitz
Genre: Performing Arts
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781471106644
Book Pages: 128
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

The Starship Spotter was created more than two centuries ago in the early years of deep space travel to serve as a reference guide to assorted space-going vessels. Captains of the spaceships of the United Earth Space Probe Agency used this invaluable tool to help their crews to distinguish friend from foe in the unexplored reaches of the cosmos. When the services were merged to form Starfleet, the Spotter as a paper book disappeared from use. Only recently rediscovered, the newest editions of this historic volume have until now been the sole purview of the students of Starfleet Academy. Each year a new class of Starfleet cadets carefully reviews and revises the contents. The ships displayed in the Starship Spotter are chosen as a tribute to the crews who have served on them and the valour shown, regardless of the ship's affiliation. Although only thirty ships could be selected, the cadets feel that these ships reflect the noble history of space exploration and travel. We proudly present to you the Class of 2383 edition of Starship Spotter.