"The Galileo Seven, Part 2" was the fourth issue of IDW Publishing's 2011 ongoing series of Star Trek comics. The issue consists of the second part of an Kelvin timeline adaptation of TOS episode: "The Galileo Seven", as adapted by writer Mike Johnson with issue art by Stephen Molnar.
- The Prime Directive. It governs everything we do as Starfleet officers. In essence, the Prime Directive tells us: Do not interfere. But we are not always given a choice, particularly here on the edge of known space. A shuttle flight encounters a dangerous anomaly in orbit around an unexplored planet. The shuttle crashes to the planet's surface. The pre-warp civilization on the planet becomes aware of the shuttle's presence. It responds according to the understandable fear of a native population confronted with a highly advanced intruder. Starfleet Protocol would dictate that the shuttle crew is not in violation of the Prime Directive due to the accidental circumstances. And yet I cannot help but believe, as both a Starfleet officer and the commander on the ground in this circumstance that I have made a grave mistake.
While Scott is busy, McCoy and Spock talk about the attack on the shuttle, which is still too heavy to take off. Spock and Boma argue about the situation, and McCoy shuts Boma up. On the Enterprise, Chekov informs Kirk that Uhura has hijacked a shuttlecraft. Back on Makus III, Boma is still in a bad mood. He asks Spock if he has decided. Spock decides to electrify the hull.
Kirk and Ferris argue about returning to Taurus II and getting Uhura discharged. Kirk uses another Starfleet regulation against Ferris. Back on Taurus II, the hull of the shuttlecraft is electrified. The shuttle takes off. Boma apologizes to Spock. Then, there is trouble. The power has drained. They are forced to land. Latimer's body is dumped. Spock, McCoy, and Boma attempt to sacrifice themselves when the stolen shuttlecraft arrives with Uhura piloting it.
On the way to Makus III, Commissioner Ferris informs Captain Kirk about a report he is sending to Starfleet Command. Kirk has Spock and Uhura confined to the same room for a few hours. Spock and Uhura kiss each other.
- Samuel Boma • Pavel Chekov • Mitchell Ferris • Gaetano • James T. Kirk • Leonard McCoy • Janice Rand • Montgomery Scott • Spock • Hikaru Sulu • Nyota Uhura • unnamed Taurean anthropoids • unnamed USS Enterprise (alternate reality NCC-1701) personnel
- Referenced only
- Joseph Latimer
Starships and vehiclesEdit
- USS Enterprise (Constitution-class heavy cruiser) • Galileo (2250s shuttlecraft) • unnamed Federation shuttlecraft (Uhura's 2250s shuttle)
Races and culturesEdit
States and organizationsEdit
Science and technologyEdit
- anatomy • club • communicator • galaxy • hammer • humanoid • impulse engine • ionization dampener • lifeform • medicine • orbit • phaser • phaser • quasar • skeleton • skull • spatial anomaly • star • star system • starship • time • universe • vaccine • warp drive
Ranks and titlesEdit
- captain • chief engineer • chief medical officer • commander • commissioner • communications officer • ensign • first officer • helmsman • high commissioner • lieutenant • lieutenant commander • mister • navigator • officer • science officer • yeoman
- bridge • clothing • corridor • Federation Starfleet ranks • Federation Starfleet ranks (alternate 2250s) • government • nation-state • obituary • planet • Prime Directive • quarters • races and cultures • rank • registry • shuttlebay • sickbay • Starfleet regulations • Starfleet uniform • Starfleet uniform (alternate reality) • technology • title • uniform • weapon
- In one scene, Captain Kirk erroneously refers to Taurus II as "Makus III".
- TOS episode: "The Galileo Seven": This comic is an adaptation of the eponymous episode.
- TOS comic: "The Galileo Seven, Part 1": This is a continuation of the events of the previous issue.
- TOS movie: Star Trek: Spock and Uhura are in a relationship.
The Galileo Seven, Part 1
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