PLANET VULCAN. Universe: Star Trek (2009). Description: A black hole is forming in the core of the planet, after red matter was fired there by romulans from the future. As a result, the planet is being destroyed by the building singularity of the forming black hole and the surface of the planet will be continually shifting and breaking apart, until the black hole finishes forming and swallows.
Scaling up from the planet-killing weapon in the 2009 Star Trek movie, the Angel showed Spock a future where every planet gets destroyed. So this storyline is about preventing the end of all.Star Trek: Countdown is a four-issue comic book prequel to the 2009 film Star Trek by IDW Publishing.It follows the characters of Spock and the Romulan Nero during the year 2387, detailing the events that cause them to travel to the 23rd century. The story serves as both a lead up to the film, and as a continuation of the Star Trek: The Next Generation franchise.In Star Trek (2009), when Vulcan was destroyed by Red Matter black hole, Spock (prime) was able to see it with naked eye. What's the size of Vulcan and how far away it is from Vega that the same black hole didn't destroy Vega? Some real world data to draw analogy: We can see nearest planets Mars and Venus with naked eye, but they look like other stars in night sky (except they don't blink).
The resulting fallouts destroyed Vulcan. However, over 400,000 Vulcans managed to escape before complete destruction. External links. Vulcan (planet) article at Memory Alpha, the canon Star Trek wiki. Vulcan (planet) article at Memory Beta, the non-canon Star Trek wiki. Vulcan (planet) article at Star Trek Expanded Universe.
Bones is a doctor, but he’s more of a Bones-Judge Dredd hybrid. In this, Rura Panthe is not a Klingon prison planet, but a Federation one. When Jim and Bones are on their way there, after an alleged crime, they escape the transport ship and assume new identities, with the help of Jim’s abilities, on Starbase 12. All goes well for them until a Vulcan Alpha, Spock, comes to the Starbase and.
This is a list of the fictional Star Trek universe's Starfleet ships organized by ship class.These vessels appear or are mentioned in the original Star Trek series (TOS), Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DSN), Star Trek: Voyager (VOY), Star Trek: Enterprise (ENT), the Star Trek films, or the Star Trek games.
See Also. Re-Used Planet Sets - different planet surfaces that are amazingly alike. Re-Uses of the Angel One Matte Painting - observations about Star Trek's most frequently used matte painting. Locating Starfleet Buildings in San Francisco - matte paintings and their supposed real locations in and near the city. Planet Surfaces in TOS and TOS Remastered - survey of the TOS matte paintings and.
Star Trek: Discovery season 3: release date predictions and what we know Our Star Trek Picard episode 6 recap Despite his best efforts, Rios can't shake off Narek, who is still closely tailing the.
Star Trek: Planet of the Titans, also known as Star Trek: Planet of Titans, is an unproduced film based on Star Trek, which reached the script and design phases of pre-production.Following the success of Star Trek in broadcast syndication during the early 1970s and the popularity of the series at science-fiction conventions, Paramount Studios made several attempts to produce a feature film.
Star Trek fans take note: the planet Vulcan is real. It may not be inhabited by green-blooded, pointy-eared, humanoids (that we know of) and it's not even formally named Vulcan. But this newly.
In the alternate reality presented by the 2009 film Star Trek, the planet Vulcan is destroyed in the year 2258 by an artificial black hole created by the Narada, a Romulan mining vessel from the future, killing most of its six billion inhabitants. Its captain, Nero, holds Spock personally responsible for a disaster involving Romulus more than a.
The probes, surrounding a planet, work in concert to create a uniform warp field that allows the planet to be moved at warp safely. If even one of the probes is sufficiently damaged, the field loses uniformity and anything inside the probe cloud is destroyed by tremendous subspace forces.” “So if the Klingons fire on a planetmover in use, the planet goes kablooie?” “Yes, sir.” “And.
Sarek of Vulcan, son of Skon and grandson of Solkar, is born. The Earth colony Deneva is established. 2166: Battle of Delta Doradus breaks the Orion pirate fleet, preserving Federation commerce. 2167: The Archon is destroyed by Landru at planet Beta III. The U.S.S. Essex is destroyed in an electromagnetic storm above the moon of Mad-Bu VI.
Destroyed in 2153 when a Xindi probe weapon fired on Shi'Kahr. Temple of Amonak: The Temple of Amonak was a sacred site on the planet Vulcan. Temple of Logic: The Temple of Logic was an temple located on the planet Vulcan at Mount Seleya, built in the ancient history of the Vulcan civilization. T'Karath Sanctuary - The T'Karath Sanctuary was an.
In J.J. Abrams’ reboot of the “Star Trek” universe, Spock is a burdened soul. As in Gene Roddenberry’s original series, he is the only child of a human mother and Vulcan father — by birth, a man of two worlds and an outcast. But Abrams and his co-writers give him a fascinating additional burden: Midway through the first movie, Spock’s home planet of Vulcan is destroyed by a Romulan.
Star Trek (2009) Plot. Showing all 4 items Jump to: Summaries (3). Chekov discovers what the red matter is doing: creating a black hole in the middle of the planet. Vulcan will be destroyed in a matter of minutes. Just as Kirk and Sulu are to be beamed off, the drill shifts and Sulu falls. Kirk jumps after him. Catching up, Kirk activates his parachute but, unable to support the weight of.
Vulcan Is Destroyed By the time Star Trek movie franchise was revived in 2009, we as an audience had seen it all. The destruction of the Enterprise. (Twice) The death of Kirk and Data. The.