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Visual contact was a term for describing when something was visible.

In 2265, as the USS Enterprise approached the disaster recorder of the SS Valiant, Captain James T. Kirk asked navigator Lee Kelso, "No visual contact?" Kelso respond, "No, sir." (TOS: "Where No Man Has Gone Before")

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