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Riker visits {{Captain}} [[Jean-Luc Picard]] in his [[captain's ready room|ready room]] to report only to find Picard puzzling over [[Fermat's last theorem]]. Picard's interest in this theorem goes beyond the difficulty of the puzzle; he also feels humbled that despite their advanced [[24th century]] technology, they are still unable to solve a problem set forth by a man who had no computer. At this point, Riker informs Picard of the debris they found in the atmosphere and advises that it be beamed aboard.
 
Riker visits {{Captain}} [[Jean-Luc Picard]] in his [[captain's ready room|ready room]] to report only to find Picard puzzling over [[Fermat's last theorem]]. Picard's interest in this theorem goes beyond the difficulty of the puzzle; he also feels humbled that despite their advanced [[24th century]] technology, they are still unable to solve a problem set forth by a man who had no computer. At this point, Riker informs Picard of the debris they found in the atmosphere and advises that it be beamed aboard.
   
A few minutes later, [[Miles O'Brien]] and Riker are down in the [[transporter room]] targeting the debris. Picard joins them and Riker tells him that they have found a piece with markings on it. Picard asks what kinds of markings. Riker admits that he does not know, then orders the piece beamed aboard. He and O'Brien then pick up the large chunk of hull beamed aboard and turn it to face the captain, revealing the word [[NASA]] and the flag of the old [[United States of America]] (notably containing 52 stars) on the panel. Picard then marvels at the puzzle that they have discovered.
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A few minutes later, [[Miles O'Brien]] and Riker are down in the [[transporter room]] targeting the debris. Picard joins them and Riker tells him that they have found a piece with markings on it. Picard asks what kinds of markings. Riker admits that he does not know, then orders the piece beamed aboard. He and O'Brien then pick up the large chunk of hull beamed aboard and turn it to face the captain, revealing the word [[NASA]] and the flag of the old [[United States of America]] on the panel. Picard then marvels at the puzzle that they have discovered.
   
 
===Act One===
 
===Act One===
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