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Tom Paris at the helm.

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A large section of Enterprise hull built for filming exterior shots.

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Spock Prime. Coutesy of @trekcore on twitter.

When you’re the TrekCore photo guy and you didn’t know TrekCore had this photo 😂

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Captain Kirk meets Ensign Demora Sulu

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My brother understands what’s important to let me know about first thing in the morning.

OMG, this is for real.

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Sculptor hired for monument to ‘Star Trek: Voyager’ captain

For the artist, they’ve enlisted another female leader: Sharon Fullingim, a local sculptor who directs and serves as lead carver the Indiana Limestone Symposium in Ellettsville.

“While we recognize the possible pitfalls of a bust, we are confident in our artist and will have ample opportunity to review and give feedback as it develops,” Kaczmarcyk said. He and others have been spending time engaging with the community this year, hoping to unveil the sculpture in time to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the show’s launch as well as the character’s birthday. Many of them can be seen around town wearing buttons that read “Future birthplace of Captain Kathryn Janeway; Bloomington, IN, May 20, 2336.”

That would make her 35 when Voyager was thrown into the Delta Quadrant, which ties in with “Future’s End.”

The Captain Janeway Bloomington Collective is raising money for the project.  You can donate at their website.  Their Facebook page is here.

I wonder if they need to get permission from Kate Mulgrew and Paramount/Viacom.  The Kirk sculpture in Riverside, Iowa, doesn’t look much like him, perhaps for rights reasons.

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Voyager’s Ethan Phillips as the holographic maitre’d in First Contact.

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Holographic Harry Kim as a Trill (“Author, Author”)

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The Sisko Family

I wondered if there was a better screencap from the trekcore site in which Joseph is not completely obscured. And I found this.

Production photos are funny like that. Sometimes they’re identical to the scene, other times like this totally off on an angle. My presumption is it’s about the complexity of filming. Blocking, lighting, direction, and trying not to draw attention. Sometimes they’re clearly from rehearsal too, as you’ll see open uniforms, missing makeup, props, etc.

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Captain Jean-luc Picard

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The Sisko Family