Category : Prop’s log

Picard season 2 combadge prop sequel

What is this?  A sequel? Of course! And why not . History, future, mirror universe? Star Trek Picard season 2 is to good to pass up the opportunity to take another look at some marvellous props.  First of all let's focus on the commbadges and brooches which are brilliant. When Q appears Pica...

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Combadge prop log

What is it? A small personnel communications device integrated into an insignia badge. History: Starfleet first began using combadges in the late 23rd century . Communication technology had advanced to the point that Starfleet was able to build a communication device into the uniform's insignia p...

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Trouble with tribbles?

Tribbles are small, furry, unintelligent life forms that are often mistaken and adopted as pets. Along with their calm and non-threatening demeanor (Tribbles even lack teeth ) their cooing is known to have a calming effect on the human and Vulcan nervous systems. Tribbles can also be stuck to walls ...

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Let the games begin!!

Board games in star trek   Typically, recreation facilities on Starfleet vessels are equipped with several board games of Terran or alien origin. These games are quite popular among Starfleet crews as an off-duty pastime. There are two-dimensional as well as three-dimensional board games....

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Prop log D’k tagh

The first Klingon knives were known as lev'ek. The weapon wasn't officially named until years later and finally received its canonical name in TNG: "Birthright, Part II. The d'k tahg (or Daqtagh) is a traditional Klingon warrior's knife. Commonly used in hand-to-hand combat.  A d'k tagh is a...

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Prop log Garth of Izar remote

This prop is from: The Original Series, Episode: “Whom Gods Destroy”. (NBC TV, 1966-1969) In this Episode the prop is used by former Starfleet Captain Garth of Izar (Lord Garth). He commandeers this multifunction security device after outwitting his keepers at the maximum security asylum for ...

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Displacement-activated spore hub drive Prop

What is it: An experimental technology developed by Paul Stamets and Science Officer Straal during the mid-23rd century that allowed starships to travel instantly across a mycelium network. The technology was only used on two Federation starships: the U.S.S. Glenn and the U.S.S.Disovery In Sta...

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Starfleet Engineering’s Secret Weapon: The Isolinear Chip

Why is it that Starfleet Ships seem to constantly malfunction? Why can anything be fixed by opening a panel and slotting chips about? How can Starfleet engineers pull so many one-time ship functions from nowhere? And why do Starfleet's computers take up whole decks? Starfleet's Ships' systems are...

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Prop’s log Type 3 phaser rifle

A type-3 phaser (often simply referred to as a phaser rifle) was the Federation classification for the more powerful rifle variant of the standard Starfleet handheld phaser. Phaser rifles were not standard equipment aboard Starfleet vessels. Spock had to make a special request for one to be broug...

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Prop’s log Desktop viewer

History : The desktop viewer. At the time a very futuristic device, a small TV screen with which you could have live conversations with  another person at great distances and a computer screen. In addition, you could control the device with your voice. That was, of course, something one could on...

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