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5 November 2019
William Wintersole, who portrayed Abrom in "Patterns of Force" has passed away at the age of 88.
21 September 2019
Aron Eisenberg, who portrayed Nog in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, has passed away at the age of 50. [1]
Jack Donner, who portrayed Sub-commander Tal in "The Enterprise Incident" and the Vulcan priest in "Home" and "Kir'Shara", has passed away at the age of 90.
Sid Haig, who portrayed the First Lawgiver in "The Return of the Archons", has passed away at the age of 80. [2]
15 September 2019
Star Trek: Discovery has won an Emmy Award for the second season episode "If Memory Serves" in the category of "Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup". [3]
David Hurst, who portrayed Hodin in "The Mark of Gideon" has passed away at the age of 93.
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Enterprise's agony booth, a new invention

"In a Mirror, Darkly" is the eighteenth episode of the fourth season of Star Trek: Enterprise and the first episode of a two episode arc.

"Captain's starlog – January 13, 2155. We've left Gorlan Station and have set a course to rendezvous with our assault fleet. Major Reed and the doctor have asked for a few minutes to show me their latest project."

Aboard the ISS Enterprise, Reed and Dr. Phlox demonstrate their new invention of an agony booth to Captain Maximilian Forrest and First Officer Jonathan Archer, using the booth on a Tellarite officer named Terev. The observers discuss attributes of certain torture methods. Although Reed is unsure why Terev is being punished, the Major believes all Tellarites are guilty of something. Captain Forrest exits, followed out by Archer.

In a corridor, Archer reminds the captain of a proposal he made to venture into Tholian space, as Archer has received news of a technology there that would give the Terran Empire the upper hand against the rebellion. However, Forrest wants to help the Empire's assault fleet annihilate the rebels, as ordered by Starfleet...
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Joe 90: Top Secret #2

British comic artist Harry F. Lindfield proves that the USS Voyager wasn't the only Federation starship that could land on a planet.
(Joe 90: Top Secret #2, 1969)


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