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Masao Okazaki is an artist and designer who has contributed to the Star Trek Magazine, and whose space station and starship designs have graced the covers of several Star Trek: Vanguard novels, as well as inspired authors of other Star Trek series.

Born in Brooklyn, New York, Okazaki now lives in Tokyo and is a full-time medical school associate professor editing research manuscripts and teaching English language. In his spare time he maintains his website, The Starfleet Museum which is a collection of historical ship designs, mostly created by himself.

Designs[]

Author, Christopher L. Bennett, envisaged Okazaki's Capella-class starship for the USS Hypatia in his Star Trek: DTI novel Forgotten History.

External links[]

Masao Okazaki article at Memory Alpha, the wiki for canon Star Trek.

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