You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason: The action you have requested is limited to users in one of the groups: Users, FANDOM Helpers, Wiki Managers, Content Team Members. You can view and copy the source of this page. === Act One === ''Enterprise'' arrives at the location of the missile launch, where they see an [[asteroid]], two hundred miles in diameter. Oddly, it is not in any [[orbit]] but follows an independent course through the local [[star system]]. Its course, 241-mark-17, leads it in 396 days, to the planet [[Daran V]], where it will collide and kill its population of 3.724 billion. Before destroying the asteroid, to prevent the collision, they scan it and learn it is an atomic-powered spaceship. They do not detect living beings. [[Spock]] guesses that the passengers are dead. The ''Enterprise'' charts a course parallel to it. Kirk and Spock enter the [[transporter room]], and prepare to beam onto the asteroid/spaceship. McCoy insists on joining them so the arrive inside the asteroid. They find a surface that appears geologically active, with a reddish sky, and are puzzled that the builders apparently wanted the inside of the ship to look just like the surface of a planet. The surface has large orange cylinders, from which primitive, sword-bearing men emerge. Their leader is a beautiful woman. After a brief melee, Kirk, McCoy and Spock get captured. McCoy shares a meaningful look with the leader, before he is knocked unconscious. The beautiful woman introduces herself as [[Natira]], the high priestess and leader of her people. Natira "welcomes" the officers to their world ''[[Yonada]]''. The three are taken below the surface, where they encounter a large population of young and apparently healthy people. Natira leads the three into an [[Oracle]] Room, where she consults an unseen authoritative entity manifested by a decorative altar and a booming voice. Kirk and McCoy estimate that after ten thousand years in this multi-generational ship, the people no longer realize they are inside a spaceship. The Oracle "punishes" Kirk, Spock, and McCoy by shocking them with an energy beam, rendering them unconscious. Return to For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky (episode). Retrieved from "https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/For_the_World_is_Hollow_and_I_Have_Touched_the_Sky_(episode)"