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The Star Trek Annual 1977 was the eighth in a series of annuals published by World Distributors Limited in Great Britain. Published in 1976, the annual contained two reprinted comics from the Gold Key Comics range.


  • "Sceptre of the Sun"
  • "The PsychoCrystals"
  • Star Trek People
  • Space Quiz
  • All Very Logical
  • Star Trek Riddle-Me-Ree
  • In the Sky
  • Words of Space
  • A Space Nightmare!
  • Sky High Humour!
  • "The Tunnel of Death"
  • Star Facts
  • The Sky's Limit
  • Who Was First?
  • Which Planet?
  • McCoy's Meteorites
  • What's the Weather Like up There?
  • Sulu's Double U Word Quiz
  • Calling Captain Kirk
  • Space and Spacemen Spell Spock
  • The Universe As You Won't See It

Article references


AnaximanderFrancis BailyWilliam HerschelJames T. KirkLeonard McCoyNut (goddess)Robert PearyNyota UhuraMontgomery ScottSpockHikaru SuluThalesVenus (goddess)

Starships and vehicles

airplaneEagle (Apollo 11 lunar module)USS Enterprise (Constitution-class heavy cruiser) • spacecraft


Big DipperEarth (AfricaAmericaArizonaCaliforniaCanadaCosmodromeEnglandGoddard Space Flight CentreGreat BritainGreenlandHayden PlanetariumHudson BayIrelandJodrell Bank ObservatoryMount Palomar ObservatoryNew YorkOregonTunguska, SiberiaUnited StatesWashington, D.C.) • Jupiter (Red Spot) • LunaMarsMercuryNeptune (NereidTriton) • PlutoSaturnSolUranus (ArielMirandaOberonTitaniaUmbriel) • VennVenus

Races and cultures

Human (EgyptianGreekRomanRussianSumerian) • Vulcan

Science and classification

environmental suitgantryGeiger countermissileparachuteradio telescoperobot roverrocketsatellitespace stationtelescopethrusterukulelevacuum cleaner

Materials and substances

ammoniacarbon dustchemicalcoppergasiceliquid oxygenmetalmethaneneutronnickeloxygenpebblesandstonetinwater

Ranks and titles

astronomercaptainchief engineercommunications officercosmonautdoctorlieutenantnavigatorphilosopherpilotscientist

Other references

animalatmospherebinary starbirdbookbullcenturycheesecodecrewdayeclipseemotionforestgalaxygravityimpact craterislandlanguagelibrarylightlight yearlighthouselogicmedicalmeteormeteoritemetric tonmileminutemirrormoonmountainnebulaoceanorbitplagueradiationreindeerring systemsolar systemspacestartreeuniversevariable starvegetablevegetationvulturewhite dwarf


Thousands of years ago
A large meteorite struck Arizona, creating an impact crater 570 feet deep.
3,000 BC
Sumerians created the first known model of the Sol system.
6th century BC
Greeks Thales and Anaximander developed new models of the Sol system.
Uranus is discovered by Sir William Herschel.
First sighting of Jupiter's Red Spot.
Robert Peary delivered a 36-ton meteorite from Greenland to America.
A 15-ton meteorite was found in Williamette Valley, Oregon.
A 40,000-ton meteorite struck Tunguska, Siberia, destroying 80 million trees and killing 1,500 reindeer.
A 400-mile wide depression along Canada's Hudson Bay is believed to be Earth's largest crater.
July 1969
Apollo 11's lunar module Eagle lands on the moon.





Gold Key Comics stories and publications
Issues "The Planet of No Return" • "The Devil's Isle of Space" • "Invasion of the City Builders" • "The Peril of Planet Quick Change" • "The Ghost Planet" • "When Planets Collide" • "The Voodoo Planet" • "The Youth Trap" • "The Legacy of Lazarus" • "Sceptre of the Sun" • "The Brain Shockers" • "The Flight of the Buccaneer" • "Dark Traveler" • "The Enterprise Mutiny" • "Museum at the End of Time" • "Day of the Inquisitors" • "The Cosmic Cavemen" • "The Hijacked Planet" • "The Haunted Asteroid" • "A World Gone Mad" • "The Mummies of Heitius VII" • "Siege in Superspace" • "Child's Play" • "The Trial of Captain Kirk" • "Dwarf Planet" • "The Perfect Dream" • "Ice Journey" • "The Mimicking Menace" • "Death of a Star" • "The Final Truth" • "The Animal People" • "The Choice" • "The PsychoCrystals" • "A Bomb in Time" • "One of Our Captains Is Missing!" • "Prophet of Peace" • "Furlough to Fury" • "The Evictors" • "World Against Time" • "The World Beneath the Waves" • "Prince Traitor" • "Mr. Oracle" • "This Tree Bears Bitter Fruit" • "Murder on the Enterprise" • "A Warp in Space" • "Planet of No Life" • "Destination... Annihilation!" • "And a Child Shall Lead Them" • "What Fools These Mortals Be.." • “Sport of Knaves” • "A World Against Itself" • "No Time Like the Past" • "Spore of the Devil" • "The Brain-Damaged Planet" • "To Err Is Vulcan" • "The Empire Man!" • "Operation Con Game"
Additional stories "James T. Kirk: Psycho-File" • "A Page From Scotty's Diary" • "Spock: Psycho-File" • "From Sputnik to Warp Drive"
Collections Star Trek Annuals (1969197019721973197419751976197719781979198019831986) • The Enterprise Logs (Volumes 1234) • The Key Collection (Volumes 12345) • Gold Key Archives (Volumes 12345) • Gold Key 100-Page Spectacular
Related media "Voyage of Discovery" • "The Exile" • "The Red Hour" • "The Tunnel of Death" • "... Wild Goose Chase!" • "A Hint of Life" • "Space Chase" • "Escape from the Clinging Dags" • "Eye of the Beholder" • "The Menace of the Mechanitrons" • "Trial by Fire!"


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