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  1. You don't have to travel to the 24th century or use a tractor beam to snag a Galaxy-class, fifth Federation starship. Thanks to Bif Bang Pow!, fans can celebrate the 30th anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with a San Diego Comic Con-exclusive U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D, a/k/a/ a Star Trek: The Next Generation Enterprise Monitor Mate Bobble Ship. The product features a clear base, is crafted of PVC plastic, and measures approximately 2 5/8-inches long by 1 7/8-inches tall (including the base) by 2-inches wide. The TNG Enterprise Monitor Mate includes a non-damaging adhesive pad that lets you stick it to your computer monitor, car dashboard or any smooth, even surface. Further, it comes packaged on a TNG-themed blister card and is individually numbered with a holographic sticker. It's intended for ages 14 and up. The first opportunity for fans to grab this limited-edition Monitor Mate will be at San Diego Comic-Con on July 20, 2017 in the Entertainment Earth booth (#2343). Only 350 pieces will be available. Visit http://eearth.us/ for more information on the limited-edition TNG Enterprise Monitor Mate. More...
  2. Hello again, StarTrek.com readers. On the new Planetary Post, learn what you can do to help protect our planet from asteroid impact! Whether you are an amateur astronomer, a dedicated Trek fan trying to create a tractor beam in your basement or just a concerned citizen – –you can do something. Find out what as Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Dr. Amy Mainzer (NEOWISE principal investigator) and I discuss current defense strategies and Star Trek solutions. You'll see quick clips from the recent Planetary Defense Conference in Tokyo. And, as a special bonus, watch Bill Nye and Stephen Colbert recreate TV history originally made by Carl Sagan and Johnny Carson. Don't miss this one, folks! Learn more about The Planetary Society by going to www.planetary.org. And just tell them The Doctor sent you. More...
  3. Star Trek: Bridge Crew, the virtual reality game that immerses fans into the Star Trek universe as they assume the role of a Starfleet officer and complete missions that will determine the fate of their ship and crew, is available now for Oculus Rift, PlayStationVR and HTC Vive. The game, developed by the Ubisoft studio Red Storm Entertainment, is playable cooperatively online with a crew, or solo as captain, and it puts players and their friends directly onto the bridge of a new starship, the U.S.S. Aegis, as they are dispatched to explore an uncharted sector of space. Beyond an engaging story campaign, Bridge Crew features an Ongoing Voyages mode offering randomized missions for countless hours of solo and co-op adventures on board the U.S.S. Aegis or the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, with the latter authentically recreated from Star Trek: The Original Series. Created exclusively for VR, Bridge Crew utilizes the powerful sense of social presence possible through virtual reality. Through hand tracking and full-body avatars, including real-time lip-sync, players can live out their Star Trek fantasies as they operate the Starfleet ship as captain, engineer, helm or tactical, with each role crucial to the success of the varied missions players encounter. And, only by working together, can the crew successfully complete their objectives. Further, during an experimental beta period this summer, Bridge Crew will include IBM Watson interactive speech and cognitive capabilities. The addition of IBM Watson will enable players to use their voice and natural-language commands to interact with their virtual Starfleet crew members. Visit StarTrekBridgeCrew.com for more information about Star Trek: Bridge Crew. More...