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'''Espoir Station''' was a [[space station]] constructed near [[Omega Maelstrom]] and tasked with studying [[Gravity's End]], the only known example of a proto-universe phenomenon.
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Espoir Station was a [[Federation]] [[space station]] near [[Omega Maelstrom]] operating in the mid-[[23rd century]].
   
In the late [[2260s]] the station was under the [[CO|command]] of [[Doctor]] [[James Munroe]], who was from [[New Texas]] on [[Earth]]. Under his administration, Espoir became the headquarters of a superweapon project led by [[Ies Bredell]], who sought to use the enormous power of Gravity's End to destroy the Federation.
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==History==
   
During the Bredell affair, Espoir's weaponry included a modified tractor/overload beam that incapacitated the [[USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)]] upon its arrival to investigate the station. The station's security force was made up entirely of [[Vardaine]] officers in Bredell's service. ({{g|TOS|Judgment Rites}})
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'''Espoir Station''' was tasked with studying [[Gravity's End]], the only known example of a proto-universe phenomenon.
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In the late [[2260s]], the station was under the [[CO|command]] of [[Doctor]] [[James Munroe]], a native of [[New Texas]] on [[Earth]]. During his administration, he agreed to have Espoir become the headquarters of a superweapon project led by [[Ies Bredell]], a [[Vardaine]] scientist who sought to use the enormous power of Gravity's End to destroy the Federation.
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As a result of its involvement with Bredell's scheme, Espoir's weaponry was upgraded to include a modified tractor/overload beam; it also received a detachment of Vardaine offers in Bredell's service to maintain security on the station, including [[Menao Sheme]]. In addition to such on-site security measures, [[Elasi]] pirates in league with Bredell patrolled the space around Espoir.
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Upon receiving a transmission originating from near Espoir from the time-traveling [[USS Alexander (Constitution class)]] warning of the Federation's destruction, the [[USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)]] traveled there to investigate. It's mission was successful in defeating Munroe and Bredell's scheme, and the station was subsequently returned to Federation control. ({{g|TOS|Judgment Rites}})
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==Personnel==
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* [[James Munroe]]
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* [[Ies Bredell]]
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* [[Menao Sheme]]
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* [[Bivander Zane]]
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* [[Vas Bredell]]
   
 
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Revision as of 18:49, January 1, 2010

Espoir Station was a Federation space station near Omega Maelstrom operating in the mid-23rd century.

History

Espoir Station was tasked with studying Gravity's End, the only known example of a proto-universe phenomenon.

In the late 2260s, the station was under the command of Doctor James Munroe, a native of New Texas on Earth. During his administration, he agreed to have Espoir become the headquarters of a superweapon project led by Ies Bredell, a Vardaine scientist who sought to use the enormous power of Gravity's End to destroy the Federation.

As a result of its involvement with Bredell's scheme, Espoir's weaponry was upgraded to include a modified tractor/overload beam; it also received a detachment of Vardaine offers in Bredell's service to maintain security on the station, including Menao Sheme. In addition to such on-site security measures, Elasi pirates in league with Bredell patrolled the space around Espoir.

Upon receiving a transmission originating from near Espoir from the time-traveling USS Alexander (Constitution class) warning of the Federation's destruction, the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) traveled there to investigate. It's mission was successful in defeating Munroe and Bredell's scheme, and the station was subsequently returned to Federation control. (TOS video game: Judgment Rites)

Personnel


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