Kaiserin Sato LOL
Der erwähnte Historiker John Gill war in der TOS-Folge "Patterns of Force" zu sehen. Wir erfahren Shrans Vornamen und dass der Planet in "Strange New World" Archer IV heißt. Und dieser Planet war wiederrum Ziel der Enterprise-D in TNG Yesterday's Enterprise.STARFLEET PERSONNEL FILE: Archer, Jonathan
Serial Number: SA-022-9237-CY
Rank at retirement: Admiral, Chief of Staff, Starfleet Command
Commanding officer, Enterprise NX-01, 2150-2160
Ambassador to Andoria, 2169-2175
Federation Councilman, 2175-2183
President, UFP 2184-2192
Birthplace: Upstate New York, North America, Earth
Parents: Henry and Sally Archer
Son of famed warp specialist Henry Archer, Jonathan Archer was appointed captain of Starfleet’s first warp five starship, Enterprise NX-01. As an explorer and peacemaker, his name is among the most recognized in the Federation, and his pioneering voyages aboard the Enterprise are known to school children on dozens of worlds, many of which were unknown to humans in Archer’s lifetime. Historian John Gill called Archer the “greatest explorer of the 22nd Century.” Archer earned an impressive list of commendations during his career, including a Medal of Valor, with clusters, the Star Cross, the Preantares Ribbon of Commendation, and the Federation Citation of Honor. Archer was also appointed an honorary member of the Andorian Guard by General Thy’lek Shran in 2164. He’s the only human to have two planets named in his honor: Archer’s Planet in the Gamma Trianguli sector, and Archer IV, which orbits 61 Ursae Majoris. Archer IV was the first M-Class world charted by the famous explorer. Although the planet was uninhabitable throughout the 22nd Century due to toxic pollen in the atmosphere, an antidote to the pollen was discovered early in the 2200’s. Today, the population of Archer IV numbers more than seven hundred million.
Archer died peacefully in his home in upstate New York in the year 2245, exactly one day after attending the christening ceremony of the first Federation Starship Enterprise, NCC-1701.
Kursiver Text war zwar nicht onscreen, ist aber interessant, weil der Tarsus-Zwischenfall aus TOS The Conscience of the King erwähnt wird.STARFLEET PERSONNEL FILE: SATO, HOSHI
Serial Number: SA-037-0198-CL
Rank at retirement: Lieutenant Commander
Former Assignment: Communications and Protocol officer, Enterprise NX-01
Birthplace: Kyoto, Japan, Earth
Hoshi Sato served as translator, and protocol and communications officer on Starfleet’s first warp five starship, Enterprise NX-01. Born in Kyoto, Japan on July 9th, 2129, she was the second child in a family of three. After leaving Starfleet in her late thirties, Sato created the linguacode translation matrix, which is still in use aboard Federation starships today.
Tragically, Hoshi and her family were among the four thousand people who died on Tarsus Four in 2246 when a food shortage caused by an exotic fungus threatened the colony’s population. Governor Kodos ordered the deaths of Sato and the others in order to save the rest of the colony. She was buried in Kyoto with her husband, Takashi Kimura.
Na ja, das machen die Amerikaner doch oft, dass sie den Artikel weg lassen. Das ist nichts ENT-typisches...Peter von Frosta schrieb:In Archers Text wird bezug auf The Enterprise genommen, jedoch wird in ENT immer nur mit Enterprise ohne Artikel referenziert. Dies ist so gewollt und der Text enthält einen offiziellen Bug
Ich hab nur den Text gepostet, der eigens für die Folge geschrieben wurde. Der restliche Text stammt aus Hoshis Biographie auf www.startrek.com.Schade das der Text um Hoshi so kurz ausfällt, vorallem weil sie ja den Linguacode entwickelt hat (referenzen u.A. in ST:TMP).
Hoshi was a spirited, intelligent woman with an extraordinary gift for alien languages who also served as translator aboard the Starship Enterprise NX-01 — a vital role when making first contact. A "white-knuckle" space-farer, Hoshi reluctantly gave up her teaching job after being convinced by Captain Jonathan Archer to join Starfleet.
Whereas other crew members were **** for alien contact and to explore strange new worlds, Hoshi gradually became accustomed to the challenges, unusual experiences and potential dangers of space exploration. Still, her courage and confidence have grown over the first two years of Enterprise's voyage, and she's ready for the new challenges presented by the crew's dangerous mission to the Delphic Expanse.
Beginning with her very first mission, Hoshi discovered that being a linguist involves quick thinking on one's feet in situations where the safety of the crew is at stake. When the Klingon warrior Klaang regained consciousness aboard Enterprise en route to the Klingon homeworld of Q'onoS, it was her job to not only glean any information that might help the mission, but to calm him down and let him know he was not among enemies. Later, once Klaang was rescued from the Suliban and returned to Q'onoS, Hoshi was able to facilitate enough communication between the Klingons and Archer to complete the mission without incident.
Not long after, Enterprise made the grisly discovery of a ship filled with alien corpses, drained of fluids. Hoshi's immediate reaction was terror, which disturbed her in terms of her own professionalism. She considered the possibility that she simply isn't cut out for deep space exploration, but was able to
Nein, eigentlich muss man nur die TOS Episode kennen.RedMatch schrieb:ich hab das schon gehört, aber wahrscheinlich muss man im vollrausch sein, damit man versteht, was das alles bedeutet.