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Sir Patrick Stewart to Appear On Cosmos, Talk About Space Ghosts [VIDEO]

To be technical Sir Patrick Stewart‘s voice will appear on this Sunday’s episode of Cosmos as part of an animated segment on 19th century astronomer William Herschel. But the space ghosts thing is totally legit. No word on whether Zorak will put in an appearance.

(via io9)

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Old Star Trek and New In One Eerie Set of Photos

Redditor ThatNordicGuy has done some fascinating, if you’ll pardon the phrase, face morphs using photos of actors from Star Trek: The Original Series and the modern movie adaptations. Shadow-bangs not withstanding, Uhura’s got some very arresting eyes. We’ve pulled out the bridge crew here, but BuzzFeed has the rest.

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Monday Cute: Meet a Dog Who Really Likes Star Trek

Lindyannajones recorded this reaction to an airing of Star Trek V: The Final Fronteir. I’m guessing Chappo is just upset that anyone would ask “What does dog need with a starship?”

He thinks the answer is obvious.

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Check Out An Animated Version Of The Star Trek Plot From Last Night’s Breaking Bad

Badger’s completely out of the blue, irrelevant pitch for an episode of Star Trek was ridiculous enough to hear (though entertaining), but now you can experience the moment animated with Spock, Kirk, and all your favorite Star Trek characters. Thanks to the quick animation skills of Vulture animator Matt Czap, you can see the Enterprise fill with pies, and witness Badger and Skinny Pete discuss the merits of real versus imagined pie fillings. As an added bonus, the two are sitting in the holodeck as they discuss the Star Trek episode that never was.

Previously in Star Trek and Breaking Bad

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The Starship Enterprise Appears to be Surveying Earth From The Moon

This amazing photo was taken in broad daylight, and is interesting enough as a fascinating shot of the moon.  But it’s doubly exciting because it looks like the Enterprise is drifting over the moon, and George Takei agrees, commenting on his Facebook page,”My goodness, from this angle it looks like a certain starship I once flew.” Unfortunately, Spock, Kirk, Sulu and company have not traveled back in time to our present day, and the shot in reality shows the International Space Station, photographed by Maximilian Teodorescu, a Romanian photographer.  Still, regardless of whether we’re seeing the Enterprise or the ISS, the photograph and the space station photographed are amazing.  Check out a larger version here.

(via i09)

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Neil deGrasse Tyson and Sallie Baliunas Talk About Science and Star Trek

Okay, so it’s four years old. There’s no expiration date on science.

(via io9.)

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Latest Full Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer is… Dark

Kirk is sorry, things are exploding, there’s a dark space ship, and war and stuff.

This is what happens when you don’t use punctuation, people.

Previously in Star Trek Into Darkness

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Enough High-Res Star Trek Into Darkness Pics to Choke a Tribble; Also New Poster

Some of these pictures we’ve seen before,and some we haven’t, but Paramount has released a large batch of images in big resolutions, so there’s something in here for everybody. And remember, cadets: always microchip your captured villains. You never know when one of them’s going to get out of the patented VillainKeep glass box.

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What Does Benedict Cumberbatch’s Star Trek Into Darkness Character Have To Do With Starfleet Academy?

We’re still mostly in the dark about Benedict Cumberbatch’s role in Star Trek Into Darkness , and that’s how some would prefer it but a recent interview, writer Roberto Orci revealed something interesting. Or so we think. 

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Monday Cute: Taylor Swift Sings About Tribbles (Sort Of)

Josh Millard wrote a version of Taylor Swift‘s “Trouble” to retell the classic Star Trek episode “The Trouble With Tribbles.” And it counts as a Monday Cute because Tribbles. Which are cute.

(If you’d like to hear the song this is based on, in the interest of seeking out new life and civilizations, it’s right here.)

(via io9.)