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Issue 123 of Star Trek Magazine was the October/November 2005 issue.


Captain's Log
Tomorrow is Yesterday: John Freeman on the passing of James Doohan.
The Best of All Worlds
Interview – Rick Berman – "Time Marches One"
by Ian Spelling.
Archive Interview – James Doohan – "In His Own Words"
From an interview first published in issue 40.
A Life Well Lived: Obituary by Sandy Stone.
Interview – Leonard Nimoy – "Finding Nimoy"
by Nick Joy.

Jay Chattaway scoring "Terra Prime"

Music of the Spheres
Sandy Stone looks at the process in which a Star Trek episode is scored, talking to Jay Chattaway, Stephen Rowe, and Velton Ray Bunch.
Interview – Brannon Braga – "Crossing to Threshold"
by Ian Spelling.
Interview – John de Lancie – "Q & A"
by Nick Joy.
Double-sided – one side a James Doohan tribute, the other two single-page posters: Jadzia Dax in "Trials and Tribble-ations", and the cover of Harbinger.
Column – Dave Rossi – "All Our Yesterdays"
Rossi reminisces about moments that almost got him fired.
A Fistful of Data
Knowledge of the Klingon language in Enterprise, what does USS mean?, error in previous column, the holoscreen in "The Forge".
Lost and Found: Blooper from "Pen Pals".
Interview – Paul Carr – "Ensign Expendable"
by Pat Jankiewicz.
Interview – Jeffrey Combs – "An Andorian Incident"
by Ian Spelling.
From the Replicator
Frank Garcia talks to Marco Palmieri and David Mack about creating Star Trek: Vanguard, and Masao Okazaki on designing the Vanguard station.
Harbinger, Seeds of Rage, Articles of the Federation, Hollow Men.
Interview with John Billingsley; Star Trek: Insurrection, Enterprise season three and four DVD sets.
To Boldly Go.
DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations"
Tower of Commerce
Be My Guest
Brian Thompson, by Nick Joy.
Larry Nemecek pays tribute to James Doohan.
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