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The Man Who Trained Meteors was the eighth of 11 Star Trek: The Original Series audio productions released by Peter Pan Records. It was distributed twice in 1979 packaged with other stories.


Log entries

Captain's log, stardate 95.801 : The starship Enterprise has entered the Pylar solar system, a warm comfortable realm with twelve planets revolving around a medium-sized yellow sun. Our mission is to check the colonists of Perinda IV, a new Federation-settled planet. According to starbase's last report, the world is one of the richest, lushest, most peaceful settlements in the known universe.



Pavel ChekovJames T. KirkLeonard McCoyMontgomery ScottSpockHikaru SuluFrank TankaTeraniusNyota UhuraTulid Yorker

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterpriseshuttlecraft


Perinda IVPerinda CityPylar systemTeranius (meteor)

Races and cultures


States and organizations


Science and technology

communicatorforce fieldmachinephaserphoton torpedosensorspacesuittransportertransporterviewscreen

Ranks and titles

captaincolonistcommunications officeremperorengineerengineering officerFederation Starfleet ranks (2260s)governorlieutenantscientistsecurity officerStarfleet ranks

Other references

atmospherebeamcavecode 1 alertcolonycommunicationscopperdilithium crystaldistress signalemotionengineeringhatchhypnosisironlogicmeteormeteor showermeteoritemilemineralminuteorbitoutpostpsychokinesissecondspacestarsulfurtelepathytransporter roomturboliftuniverseyear


Production history

Released on Peter Pan Star Trek record #15 along with three other stories.
Released on record #22 along with five other stories.



Related stories


Published Order
Previous story:
A Mirror for Futility
Peter Pan Records Next story:
The Robot Masters

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