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Star Trek Discovery Hits The Right Notes… Larry Nemecek on Disco’s 3rd Season So Far

Larry Nemecek’s back on Trekzone as we countdown the days until the sixth installment of Star Trek: Discovery’s epic third season. They’ve jumped 900 years into the future to save the galaxy from the sphere data only to discover a shattered utopia in the Federation.

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Crew-1 Launches as We Learn of a New Dark Matter Theory : Trekzone’s Talkin’ Science

Crew-1 blasts off from the cape as SpaceX helps NASA officially get back to launching from American soil over ten years after the shuttle retired. Scientists now theorise the mysterious dark matter hangs out at the outer edges of spiral galaxies – not the center. And new theories about Hawking Radiation as new research suggests something of you would survive an encounter with a black hole.

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Mars May Have A Chunk of Our Moon as A Fast Radio Burst Is Found : Trekzone’s Talkin’ Science

Scientists now estimate that half of all sun-like stars have Earth-like planets, now we hope they’ve had similar evolutionary paths and have complex life on them. Lunar’s twin – astronomers now believe an asteroid hiding behind Mars and first found more than 20 years ago, is a long lost relative of our moon. And snagging a magnetar, a super dense neutron star, during a recent fast radio burst… how they did it may surprise you.

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These Are The Voyages : Doug Drexler and Matt Review Marc Cushman’s Revised Edition

Marc Cushman’s These Are The Voyages novels detailing the early years of Star Trek have been revised and re-released. We received some advanced copies almost a year ago and tucked them away in our bookcase. That was until a few weeks when Doug posted about the great read that they are, and we got to talking about them, the enduring franchise of Star Trek and more in this edition of A Trekzone Conversation…

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A Major Fracture, Lawsuits Aplenty and Still No Fan Film : The Tale of Axanar

It’s been close on five years since we first heard the name Axanar, and there’s still been no follow up to the critically acclaimed Prelude to Axanar. Probably because all of the key players moved on long ago and one man continues to suckle from the teet of generous and loyal followers. Axamonitor’s Carlos Pedraza is back for our second part of this catch up.

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Kurtzman’s Trek Plus Virtual Trek Con 2 Is On : Trekzone’s The News

As Network 10 holds it’s annual upfronts, confirming Paramount+ for down under, Kurtzman speaks with SFX magazine for Discovery’s return – detailing his hopes for the film franchise to return to continuity with TV. Plus, details of Virtual Trek Con 2 happening now and STLV becomes The 55-Year Mission back at the Rio but in August next year.

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