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[[Kor]] felt insecure about how heavy he was because he was lighter when he had last seen Dax. ({{DS9|Blood Oath}})
 
[[Kor]] felt insecure about how heavy he was because he was lighter when he had last seen Dax. ({{DS9|Blood Oath}})
   
When the crew of the [[USS Voyager]] was trapped in [[The Void]], [[Kathryn Janeway]] wondered if they would lose weight due to malnutrition. ({{VOY|Void}})
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When the crew of the {{USS|Voyager}} was trapped in [[The Void]], [[Kathryn Janeway]] wondered if they would lose weight due to malnutrition. ({{VOY|The Void}})
   
 
== Weight of objects ==
 
== Weight of objects ==

Revision as of 05:43, October 23, 2019

Weight was the mass of a person or object. It could be affected by gravity.

Weight of individuals

Harry Mudd police record

Harry Mudd's weight

Those whose weights exceeded normal measurements were said to be overweight. (TNG: "The Outrageous Okona"; VOY: "Critical Care")

As of 2266, Harry Mudd weighed 240 pounds. (TOS: "Mudd's Women")

As of 2370, Data weighed 100 kilograms. (TNG: "Inheritance") Of that weight, 26.8 kilos was of tripolymer composites, 11.8 kilos was of molybdenum-cobalt alloy, and 1.3 kilos was bioplast sheeting. (TNG: "The Most Toys")

Kor felt insecure about how heavy he was because he was lighter when he had last seen Dax. (DS9: "Blood Oath")

When the crew of the USS Voyager was trapped in The Void, Kathryn Janeway wondered if they would lose weight due to malnutrition. (VOY: "The Void")

Weight of objects

In 2370, when Jadzia Dax requested a bat'leth from the holosuite, she specified it to weigh five point three kilos. (DS9: "Blood Oath")

In 2378, B'Elanna Torres played The Doctor's holonovel entitled Photons Be Free in the role of an emergency medical technician. Her character's mobile emitter was much heavier and bulkier than the one in reality and she speculated it must have weighed fifty kilos. When she asked The Doctor about it, he said that its weight served as a metaphor for the burden of being a hologram. (VOY: "Author, Author")

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