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September 03, 2017 – September 09, 2017

Welcome to the tenth edition of GGA Ready Room! Let’s take a look at what Star Trek news we missed last week, shall we? As a reminder: the standard date for the post will be shown in the title but the week being recapped (September 03 through September 09 in this case) will be shown in the main header in Stardate format as calculated by ST:Online – this calculator will be used since there is not a standard format across all the television shows and feature films and it is easily accessible.

With so much having happened last week, look for a supplementary GGA Ready Room later this week with additional tidbits!  (More specifically, a look at the official ST:Discovery countdown that has begun!)

 

Featured Summary

 

Everyone Celebrating Star Trek Day!

GGA celebrated #StarTrekDay on Twitter for the 51st anniversary of the very first episode of Star Trek: The Original Series! How did the rest of the internet celebrate Star Trek Day? Well, just take a look:

(Mary Chieffo is a stunt double for Star Trek: Discovery!)

It seems Mark Hamill got in on the action, too, with the help of LeVar Burton (Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge, ST:TNG)

 

 

What have our favorite Star Trek players been up to? 

  • Not only was this past week the 51st anniversary of Star Trek as a whole, it was also the 20th anniversary of the arrival of Star Trek: Voyager‘s reformed Borg named Seven of Nine! Jeri Ryan herself posted about the event:

  • The new series, Star Trek: Discovery, will be premiering soon and that means the cast will be making their rounds to promote the show. This past week, Sonequa Martin-Green (Lieutenant Commander Michael Burnham) took time to talk with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BYt3cD_AXEq/

  • And she also spent a little time on CBS This Morning:

 

A Look Back This Week in Star Trek History

What episodes of what shows aired this time in history? What movies were released? If these are questions you constantly ask, you’ll find the answer here!

  • ST:TOS, Season 1, Episode 1, “The Man Trap”, September 08, 1966
  • ST:Voyager, Season 2, Episode 2, “Initiations”, September 04, 1995
  • ST:Voyager, Season 3, Episode 1, “Basics: Part 2”, September 04, 1996
  • ST:Voyager, Season 4, Episode 1, “Scorpion: Part 2”, September 03, 1997

 

Mixed Media

Whether it be fan art, a mash-up music video, music from the series, game related news, or just recently discovered concept art, below you will find all the arts of Star Trek from this week.

  • It seems that even veterinarian offices have a sense of humor when it comes to Star Trek! Acton Animal Hospital in Granbury, TX, has a small album of their pun-filled signs on Facebook, including this gem:

Fuzzy Says:

Posted by Acton Animal Hospital on Thursday, July 9, 2015

  • Some days, all it takes is a few motivating words from your captain. And others, well…

  • NASA took a little time to explore the science fact or fiction of Star Trek on Star Trek Day:

Official Federation Sanctioned Events

If you are lucky enough to live near enough, one of the following events coming up this month may be of interest to you. If you do attend, take pictures and let us know how it went!

  • May 21, 2016 – December 31, 2017Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds in Seattle, Washington. This event is an exhibition showcasing the impact that Star Trek has had on every day life from culture and arts to technology and even sports.
  • July 08, 2016 – November 05, 2017Star Trek: The Exhibition – Blackpool in Blackpool, United Kingdom. Tour Star Trek’s fifty years of history! Andrew Edwards, stage designer, designed the exhibition with originals from the shows and movies for your viewing pleasure.
  • September 13, 2017Star Trek: Beyond In Concert in Seattle, Washington. The Seattle Symphony Orchestra will perform the live score while the movie plays on the screen at Benaroya Hall! 

  • September 14 & 15, 2017Star Trek (2009) In Concert in Milan, Italy. The Symphonic Orchestra and Symphonic Choir of Milan Giuseppe Verdi will perform the live score while the movie plays on the screen at LaVerdi! 
  • September 26, 2017Star Trek: The Next Generation’s 30th Anniversary Night in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Phillies host the Washington Nationals while celebrating the 30th anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation! The first 3,000 fans with a promotional ticket get a Captain Jean-Luc Picard bobblehead!
Geek Girl Authority Ready Room Star Trek The Next Generation Night 30th Anniversary with the Phillies with Captain Picard Bobblehead

startrek.com

 

The Neutral Fan Zone

Today’s #FanZone feature is GGA’s very own Audrey Kearns! Our fearless leader is a Trekkie to her core and she welcomed me to GGA with open arms and gave me free reign over GGA Ready Room!

Geek Girl Authority Ready Room Fan Zone Audrey Kearns September 03 2017

Becoming the Fan of the Week is a simple two step process:

  • Follow @geekgirlauth and
  • Tweet any GGA Star Trek article with the tags #GGANews FanZone.

 

Boldly Go On Your Way

This wraps up this week’s GGA Ready Room! Thank you for joining us as we explore the universe of Star Trek, one week at a time. If I missed anything, please let me know and it’ll be included in next week’s news round up! Until next time, boldly go on your way, in your own way, and report back your findings.

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