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For the propulsion technology, see impulse engine.

"Impulse" was the 57th episode of Star Trek: Enterprise, the fifth episode of the show's third season, first aired on 8 October 2003. The episode was written by Jonathan Fernandez and Terry Matalas, and directed by David Livingston.

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Characters[]

Jonathan ArcherSean HawkinsHaynemTravis MayweatherPhloxMalcolm ReedHoshi SatoSolinT'PolCharles Tucker IIIunnamed Enterprise (NX-01) personnelunnamed DFC Seleya personnel
Referenced only 
Bing Crosby

Starships and vehicles[]

Enterprise (NX-class cruiser) • DFC Seleya (D'Kyr-class combat cruiser) • Shuttlepod 1Shuttlepod 2

Locations[]

Delphic Expanse (the galaxy's Alpha or Beta Quadrants)

Shipboard areas[]

DFC Seleya 
corridor

Races and cultures[]

DenobulanHumanVulcan

Technology and weapons[]

communicatorintercomsensorsstarshipviewscreenphase pistol (phase weapon) • pistol

Materials and substances[]

atmospherebloodgasoxygen

States and organizations[]

United EarthStarfleetVulcan ConfederacyVulcan Science Directorate

Ranks and titles[]

captaincommanding officerEarth Starfleet ranksfirst officersubcommanderscience officerscientistofficer

Other references[]

anatomybootgovernmenthumanoidjumpsuitlanguagelifeformmatternation-statequadrantraces and culturesrankspaceStarfleet uniformEarth Starfleet uniformtechnologytitleuniformuniverseweapon

Chronology[]

2150s decade 
Seleya enters the Expanse. (prior to episode)
2153 (2150s chronology, Enterprise voyages
Enterprise encounters Seleya.

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Related media[]

Background[]

Notable cast and crew[]

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Connections[]

Star Trek: Enterprise episodes
Season 1 "Broken Bow" • "Fight or Flight" • "Strange New World" • "Unexpected" • "Terra Nova" • "The Andorian Incident" • "Breaking the Ice" • "Civilization" • "Fortunate Son" • "Cold Front" • "Silent Enemy" • "Dear Doctor" • "Sleeping Dogs" • "Shadows of P'Jem" • "Shuttlepod One" • "Fusion" • "Rogue Planet" • "Acquisition" • "Oasis" • "Detained" • "Vox Sola" • "Fallen Hero" • "Desert Crossing" • "Two Days and Two Nights" • "Shockwave"
Season 2 "Shockwave" • "Carbon Creek" • "Minefield" • "Dead Stop" • "A Night in Sickbay" • "Marauders" • "The Seventh" • "The Communicator" • "Singularity" • "Vanishing Point" • "Precious Cargo" • "The Catwalk" • "Dawn" • "Stigma" • "Cease Fire" • "Future Tense" • "Canamar" • "The Crossing" • "Judgment" • "Horizon" • "The Breach" • "Cogenitor" • "Regeneration" • "First Flight" • "Bounty" • "The Expanse"
Season 3 "The Xindi" • "Anomaly" • "Extinction" • "Rajiin" • "Impulse" • "Exile" • "The Shipment" • "Twilight" • "North Star" • "Similitude" • "Carpenter Street" • "Chosen Realm" • "Proving Ground" • "Stratagem" • "Harbinger" • "Doctor's Orders" • "Hatchery" • "Azati Prime" • "Damage" • "The Forgotten" • "" • "The Council" • "Countdown" • "Zero Hour"
Season 4 "Storm Front" • "Home" • "Borderland" • "Cold Station 12" • "The Augments" • "The Forge" • "Awakening" • "Kir'Shara" • "Daedalus" • "Observer Effect" • "Babel One" • "United" • "The Aenar" • "Affliction" • "Divergence" • "Bound" • "In a Mirror, Darkly" • "Demons" • "Terra Prime" • "These Are the Voyages..."

Timeline[]

published order
Previous episode:
Rajiin
Enterprise episode produced Next episode:
Exile
Previous episode:
Rajiin
Enterprise episode aired Next episode:
Exile
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Rajiin
Pocket Next Adventure:
Exile


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