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A '''dekyon''' is a [[subatomic particle]] with [[subspace]] qualities. Dekyons can be emitted through a [[starship]]'s [[deflector dish]] via a dekyon beam. The projection of a dekyon beam over a distance of fifty million [[kilometer]]s requires a great amount of [[energy]].
 
A '''dekyon''' is a [[subatomic particle]] with [[subspace]] qualities. Dekyons can be emitted through a [[starship]]'s [[deflector dish]] via a dekyon beam. The projection of a dekyon beam over a distance of fifty million [[kilometer]]s requires a great amount of [[energy]].
   
In [[2368]], a dekyon field was partly responsible for recording signals from the USS Enterprise (including the voices of the crew) when they were trapped in a [[temporal causality loop]]. ({{TNG|Cause and Effect}})
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In [[2368]], a dekyon field was partly responsible for recording signals from the ''USS Enterprise'' (including the voices of the crew) when they were trapped in a [[temporal causality loop]]. ({{TNG|Cause and Effect}})
   
 
[[File:Event horizon.jpg|thumb|[[USS Voyager|''Voyager'']] uses a dekyon beam to widen a breach in the [[event horizon]] of a [[black hole]].]]
 
[[File:Event horizon.jpg|thumb|[[USS Voyager|''Voyager'']] uses a dekyon beam to widen a breach in the [[event horizon]] of a [[black hole]].]]

Revision as of 04:36, June 9, 2010

A dekyon is a subatomic particle with subspace qualities. Dekyons can be emitted through a starship's deflector dish via a dekyon beam. The projection of a dekyon beam over a distance of fifty million kilometers requires a great amount of energy.

In 2368, a dekyon field was partly responsible for recording signals from the USS Enterprise (including the voices of the crew) when they were trapped in a temporal causality loop. (TNG: "Cause and Effect")

Event horizon

Voyager uses a dekyon beam to widen a breach in the event horizon of a black hole.

In 2371, the USS Voyager used a dekyon beam to widen a breach in the event horizon of a quantum singularity in which it was traped, allowing Voyager to escape through the breach. (VOY: "Parallax")

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