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Quasars. Wormholes. Cosmic string fragments. Vulcan mind melds. Bioneural gel packs. Dyson spheres.
If you have ever watched a Star Trek television episode or movie, you've heard many words and phrases like these. Over its long history, the Star Trek universe has taken us undreamed-of worlds, employing scientific concepts that often sounded like complete fantasy. After all, a six-foot-tall humanoid couldn't possibly change into a four-pound bird. Or could he...?
Star Trek Science Logs separates the fact from the fantasy. As science adviser on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager, André Bormanis is the man to whom the writers and directors turn every day when they want to make their "future science" as plausible and comprehensible as possible. And Bormanis would know: he holds degrees in physics and space policy, has conducted research and policy analysis for NASA, and has worked with many top scientists in the field of astronomy and space science. If there is any basis in contemporary science for exotic spatial anomalies or silicon-based life-forms, Andre will find it.
Now you too can benefit from Bormanis' vast knowledge. From antiprotons to xenotransplantation, it's all here: clear, concise, entertaining and 100 percent true (well, almost). With the best of StarfleetSpock, Jadzia Dax, Harry Kim, Data and others – accompanying Bormanis as your guides, get ready to embark on a bold journey across the unlimited boundaries of science fact.



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Alpha QuadrantBadlandsBajorBajoran systemBajoran wormholeCallinon systemDeep Space 9Delta QuadrantEminiar VIIGamma QuadrantMakus IIIMerkoria QuasarMurasaki 312Mutara NebulaNekrit ExpanseNekrit Supply DepotNervala IVNgame wormholeNGC 321Omicron Ceti IIIOrellius MinorPenthara IVPromenadeQuark'sSolStarbase 214Talax


USS ConstellationUSS Crazy HorseUSS DefiantUSS EnterpriseUSS Enterprise-DUSS Enterprise-EUSS Voyager



States and Organizations

Daystrom InstituteFederation Science CouncilKazon-NistrimMaquisQ-ContinuumRomulan Star EmpireStarfleetStarfleet CommandUnited Federation of Planets


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  • Science Logs features an introduction by Jeri Taylor.
  • Accompanying the entries in Science Logs are in-universe log entries recorded by a variety of characters.


Star Trek reference works
In-universe BlueprintsStar Fleet Technical ManualMedical Reference ManualSpaceflight ChronologyMonstersThe Motion Picture BlueprintsMapsBiographiesKlingon DictionaryWho's Who in Star Trek (Issues 12) • Mr. Scott's Guide to the EnterpriseThe Worlds of the FederationTNG Technical JournalTNG Technical ManualChronologyEncyclopedia (Volumes 1234) • Ferengi Rules of AcquisitionFederation PassportThe Klingon WayNCC-1701-D BlueprintsThese Are the Voyages...Federation Travel GuideLegends of the FerengiKlingon for the Galactic TravelerQ's Guide to the ContinuumDS9 Technical ManualThe Tribble HandbookThe Klingon HamletCookbookCelebrationsStarship SpotterThe Hologram's HandbookThe Starfleet Survival GuideStar ChartsShips of the LineStar Trek Legacy Prima Official Game GuideCaptain Kirk's Guide to WomenHaynes Manuals (USS EnterpriseKlingon Bird of Prey) • Federation: The First 150 YearsOn Board the USS EnterpriseA Very Klingon KhristmasStellar CartographyKlingon Art of WarAutobiographies (James T. KirkJean-Luc PicardKathryn JanewaySpock) • Hidden Universe Travel Guides (VulcanKlingon Empire) • Shipyards (Starfleet Ships, 2151-2293Starfleet Ships, 2294-The FutureThe Klingon FleetFederation MembersBorg & Delta Quadrant, A to K Delta Quadrant, L to ZAlpha Quadrant, A-KAlpha Quadrant, L-Z) • Illustrated Handbooks (NCC-1701-DNCC-1701 & 1701-AVoyagerDeep Space 9) • Body by StarfleetKirk Fu Manual
Real world The Making of Star TrekThe World of Star TrekInside Star TrekMaking of The Motion PictureCompendiumMaking of The Wrath of KhanTNG CompanionMake-Up FX JournalWhere No One Has Gone Before: A History in PicturesMaking of DS9The Art of Star TrekInside Star Trek: The Real StoryMaking of First ContactPhase II: The Lost SeriesTOS SketchbookThe Continuing MissionScience LogsTNG Sketchbook: The MoviesAction!Secrets of InsurrectionQuotable Star TrekDS9 CompanionAliens & ArtifactsThe Magic of TribblesVOY CompanionVoyages of Imagination101Star Trek: The Art of the FilmArt of Star Trek OnlineA Comics History365Star Trek VaultVisual DictionaryCostumesNew Life and New Civilizations: Exploring Star Trek ComicsTNG: WarpedThe Star Trek Book50 Artists 50 YearsDesigning Starships (The Enterprises and BeyondThe USS Voyager and BeyondThe Kelvin TimelineDSC Designing StarshipsDS9 and Beyond) • TreknologyLost ScenesOfficial Guide to TASThe Motion Picture: Inside the Art & Visual EffectsArt of DSCVOY: A CelebrationThe Artistry of Dan CurryDesigning the Final FrontierTOS: A Celebration

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