Dinosaur Planet was the tenth of 11 Star Trek: The Original Series audio productions released by Peter Pan Records. It was initially distributed in 1979 as an audio production along with three other stories. It was subsequently released by itself along with a 20-page comic book, the last of six Peter Pan associated comics. In this story, the Enterprise explored a planet populated by dinosaurs.
- 1 References
- 2 Timeline
- 3 Appendices
- Pavel Chekov • James T. Kirk • Leonard McCoy • Montgomery Scott • Spock • Hikaru Sulu • Frank Tanka • Wodsworth
Starships and vehicles
Races and cultures
States and organizations
Science and technology
Ranks and titles
- captain • chief engineer • ensign • Federation Starfleet ranks (2270s) • first officer • helmsman • historian • medical officer • pirate • scientist • security officer • Starfleet ranks
- 2000 • atmosphere • baseball • beam • bird • brain • bridge • cat • cave • corn • Cretaceous • day • diamond • dinosaur • earthquake • emerald • emotion • flower • food • galaxy • gemstone • gold • history • lava • lifeform • logic • mountain • plant • pterodactyl • ruby • sickbay • stadium • Starfleet uniform • Starfleet uniform (early 2270s) • telepathy • transporter room • tyrannosaurus rex • viewscreen • volcano • year • yellow dwarf star
- Released on Peter Pan Star Trek record #15 along with three other stories.
- Released on record #20 with a 20-page comic book.
- Released on record #23 along with four other stories.
- The story's packaging used imagery from TOS movie: The Motion Picture, which was released the same year. However, as in "The Robot Masters", the Enterprise inside and out appeared in its pre-refit configuration even though the crew wore early 2270s Starfleet uniforms. This also occurred in the five McDonald's Video Communicator comic strips.
- Chekov was the ship's helmsman while Sulu was addressed as an ensign.
- The captain's log in "The Human Factor", stardate 96.024, cited this story as being a recent event.
- TOS novel: First Frontier – The Enterprise crew traveled through the Guardian of Forever into Earth's distant path and encountered dinosaurs.
- TNG novel: The Devil's Heart – A holodeck program on the USS Enterprise-D lets participants ride dinosaurs.
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