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17 September
Stunt performer Merritt Yohnka, who appeared in Star Trek Generations as an Enterprise-B crewman, died on 16 September 2020 due to complications from cancer at the age of 62. [1]
18 August
British actor Ben Cross, who portrayed Sarek in 2009's Star Trek has died at the age of 72, after a short illness. [2]
28 July
The first season of Star Trek: Picard is nominated for five Emmy Awards in the technical categories. Additionally, the second season of Star Trek: Short Treks picked up a major Emmy Award nomination in the category "Outstanding Short Form Comedy Or Drama Series", [3] the fifth time Star Trek is nominated for one after Star Trek: The Next Generation's nomination in 1994, but only won by Star Trek: The Animated Series in 1975.
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Lieutenant M'Ress

Lieutenant M'Ress was a Caitian Starfleet operations division officer who served aboard the USS Enterprise under Captain James T. Kirk during the final two years of his five-year mission.

M'Ress' primary role on the Enterprise was that of the relief communications officer, a role she fulfilled in the absence of Lieutenant Uhura. Her duties included activating intership and intraship communications, as well as the activation of any alert signals ordered by the captain.
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