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A cosmic artifact faces total destruction!

Introduction (blurb)Edit

Two hundred million kilometers across, with a surface area that exceeds that of a quarter-billion worlds, the Dyson sphere is one of the most astounding discoveries the Federation has ever made. Now the U.S.S. Enterprise has returned to explore the awesome mysteries of the sphere. Intrigued by what is possibly the greatest archaeological treasure of all time, Captain Jean-Luc Picard hopes to discover the origin of humanoid life throughout the galaxy -- or perhaps the ultimate secret of the Borg.

But when a neutron star approaches on a collision course with the sphere, a mission of discovery becomes a desperate race against time. The many sentient species inhabiting the sphere face extinction -- can even the Starship Enterprise save them all?


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Beverly CrusherDataGuinanGeordi La ForgeJean-Luc PicardWilliam T. RikerDeanna TroiWorfDalenJaniJeeKarKodoKoshLennSherdVeere
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Argus PanoptesZefram CochraneDanielFreeman DysonAlbert EinsteinRichard FeynmanStephen HawkingJoshuaShubad KhanJames T. KirkThomas E. LawrenceSpyridon MarinatosMosesOdysseusYvette PicardPlatoMontgomery ScottSejanusSpockDylan ThomasTiberiusJohn WheelerLeonard Woolley

Starships and vehiclesEdit

BalboaBorg cubeCalypsoUSS ChallengerCousteauUSS Darwin (Voyager-class) • EngfordUSS Enterprise-D (Galaxy-class) • FeynmanFlying DutchmanUSS IntrepidUSS Jenolen (Sydney-class) • Mary CelesteNadir


AfricaAlpha Powell AAntarticaAtlantic OceanAtlantisAustraliaBabylonBeta NiobeBeta Noyes CBetazedBritish IslesCarthageCave of StarsChinaDalen BaseDyson CloudDyson homeworldEarthEuropegalactic coreGreat Hudson BayGreat Scott SeaGreeceIsraelJanus VIJordan ValleyJupiterLake SuperiorManhattan IslandMediterranean SeaMercuryNorth AmericaRiver NileRomeSan FranciscoSarpeidonSarpeidon NebulaScott BaseThera

Races and culturesEdit


States and organizationsEdit

Borg CollectiveBritish MuseumFederation CouncilStarfleetRoman EmpireUnited Federation of Planets

Other referencesEdit

100,000 BC1967aluminumantimatter podantiprotonarchaeologistartificial gravityaway teamBabylonian sphinxBetazoid sea dragonBibleBig BangBook of JobBook of PsalmsbridgebronzeBronze AgecarbonCAT scancharcoalChristmasChristmas treecityClass Mclockcometcopperdimensional foldingdinosaurDoppler shiftDyson Sphereelephantemperorfirst contactgamma flaregamma raygevgoldhelicopterheliumhomeworldIce Ageimpulse engineinertiaionospherelight yearmaster systems displaymeteoroidmythologyneutrino fluxneutronneutron starneutroniumnumber oneorbitoxygenparadoxphilosopherphotomultiplierphysicistplanetpoetryPrime Directiveprobeprotonprototypepsychiatristpyramidradiationready roomscience vesselsheepskin rugshuttlebayshuttlecraftsickbaySirensstar systemstealth fightersubspacesubspace communicationsubspace scansubspace sensorsupernovatephratractor beamtransportertricorderuniversal translatorviewscreenvillavirtual realitywalnutwarp drivewaterwaterlilywhalewhalesongWorld War Iwormholezoo

Log entriesEdit


Related storiesEdit


The crew of the Enterprise originally visited the Dyson Sphere in this episode after recovering Montgomery Scott from the USS Jenolen which had first encountered and crashed into the Sphere in 2294.


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