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Willie Garson, the actor who played Riga in the Star Trek: Voyager fifth season episode "Thirty Days" passed away at the age of 57.
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Reuben Klamer, the designer of the original Type 3 phaser that appeared in the second Star Trek: The Original Series pilot "Where No Man Has Gone Before", passed away at the age of 99. [1]
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Star Trek: Discovery won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Visual Effects for the third season episode "Su'Kal". [2]
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Khan Noonien Singh as he appeared in 1996

Khan Noonien Singh, or simply Khan, was a genetically-engineered Human and the most prominent tyrant of the late-20th century Eugenics Wars on Earth. Khan reappeared with a cadre of Augment followers in the 23rd century and became a notorious enemy of James T. Kirk.

Records of the period, including Khan's origins, are vague. He was the product of a secret selective-breeding and genetic engineering program, based on the eugenic philosophy that held improving the capabilities of a man improved the entire Human race. Augments produced by the program possessed physical strength and analytical capabilities superior to ordinary Humans, and were created from a variety of Earth's ethnic groups. Khan's background was suspected to be Sikh, from the northern region of India.


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