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  1. Funny thing is people who watched ST: Enterprise the 1st time had a long break from it then rewatched all of it again realise it is actually good and wish they helped out during the Save Star Trek: Enterprise campaign.
  2. 914 people have signed the petition. We only need 86 more signatures to reach 1,000. #BringBackStarTrekEnterprise #StarTrekEnterprise #StrengthInNumbers.
  3. 886 people have signed the petition. We only need 114 more signatures to reach 1,000. #BringBackStarTrekEnterprise #StarTrekEnterprise #StrengthInNumbers.
  4. Have you watched all the seasons of Star Trek: Enterprise? It is lower tech compared to the other series but it is still the technology is still more advanced than what is around in today's modern era. Star Trek is, mostly, about a positive future for Humanity. It is not supposed to be a series about living in a dystopian era. Sure, they may sure that for a short time or for a season or 2 but it always circles back to the positivity. 881 people have signed the petition. Come on Star Trek fans, lets see we can reach 900 signatures and then 1,000+. Star Trek: Picard has shown it is possible to bring back legacy actors and characters for more stories and more character development. Why not with Star Trek: Enterprise? #BringBackStarTrekEnterprise #StarTrekEnterprise. Here is an article on Trek Movie. It is an interview with Anthony Montgomery (Travis Mayweather) about Star Trek: Enterprise, https://trekmovie.com/2020/07/31/in...pnJcV5X_cEF2FooUlYAkm2lyEZnog2b8JsQodMW6_ngOQ .
  5. How was it the worst Star Trek series? Who promised? There has been no information about resetting the timeline, as far as I know. They have not brought back every same race from previous Star Trek series. That is an exaggeration. You do realise in the series shielding technology has not been invented by Starfleet-pre Federation. There is no canon information on when they were invented so no problem there. Humans meeting Ferengi early. So what. Not alot of information was given about them in that episode. You do realise they was Humanity's first warp 5 ship. Captain Archer and some of the crew has not had a lot of experience going out into the unknown. That was the whole point of the series. Sure, they were going to make mistakes. As for the Vulcans of the 22nd Century, they just lost there way and Captain Archer helped find there way to becoming the Vulcans we already are familiar with in the 23rd and 24th Centuries. That is 100-200 years difference. Plenty of time for them to change. I think, you are taking this too far with the negetivity. All the other series had problems too from the beginning, then from season 3-4 got better.
  6. Hello everyone, It has been over 15 years since Star Trek: Enterprise ended. There is still a lot of stories to show and character development. If they cannot continue it as a live action series the other option, I think would be best would be an animation series. Also, maybe include a movie or 2 and possibly a sequel-prequel series, which tells the story of the early years of the Federation. I think, this series should be called Star Trek: Federation or Star Trek: Rise of the Federation or Star Trek: The Rise of the Federation or Star Trek: Beginnings or Star Trek: Beginning of the Federation. They can also introduce an anthology series. Star Trek: Enterprise was cancelled early. Season 4 showed the series was getting better and season 5 was already planned and had many amazing stories and changes to show. Hopefully, there would be more seasons after season 5. Streaming services would be a great place to bring back this show, which has great potential to become one of the best science-fiction shows. If they do decide to bring back Star Trek: Enterprise as a series, it should continue after the episode Terra Prime. They could do the seasons with a smaller number of episodes for example 10-15 episodes per season and only extend the number of episodes if it is relevant to the story. Star Trek: Picard has shown it is possible to bring back legacy actors and characters for more stories and character development in the Star Trek universe. If people seriously want Star Trek: Enterprise back, this petition is one way to show ViacomCBS, TV and movie streaming services that we want it to continue and have a proper ending. It is free to sign. Let's show them. Strength in numbers. Also, please share this petition and tell others. Here is the website: https://www.change.org/p/cbs-bring-star-trek-enterprise-back-with-season-5-on-netflix?fbclid=IwAR3NM728djTxGH-A0BJ0QhSJYo8_8TsjtwB7gJT1Ekv6qi76k-UtzBfKvC4 Thank you.
  7. I want to know how efficient it would have been compared to the other type of rotating structure? The Nautilus-X rotating centrifuge.
  8. To quote Lee Mason, STMD’s principal technologist for Power and Energy Storage at NASA Headquarters, 'This new technology could provide kilowatts and can eventually be evolved to provide hundreds of kilowatts, or even megawatts of power.' So this could potentially be used as a space reactor to power space electric propulsions such as VASIMR, X3 Hall Effect Thruster and others.
  9. NASA is working on a nuclear reactor: - https://www.nasa.gov/directorates/spacetech/feature/Powering_Up_NASA_Human_Reach_for_the_Red_Planet I have mixed thoughts about this. What I want to know is what are they going to do what the nuclear waste produced?
  10. They are working on that. The important thing here is that it is real, it is still being tested and it is getting closer to being tested in space someday. It is similar to how other space electric propulsions are tested before they are tested in space. Back on topic: Is there an option to expand the DSG if there is a desire and need for it? Will the DSG be a modular design?
  11. No, it is not as real as VASIMR. VASIMR has been built, tested and continues to be tested. There are few versions of VASIMR. Here is a website of videos on VASIMR: http://www.adastrarocket.com/aarc/video. VASIMR has been contracted with NASA. Currently they are doing a 10 hour steady state test, which they have completed 2 out of 3 year test sussessfully. Here is the latest information on VASIMR, http://adastrarocket.com/pressReleases/AdAstraRelease080917-final.pdf.
  12. Would be great if Squad added the linear aerospike into the stock parts. Similar or same to the one that was going to be used for the X-33 and Venturestar. Also add parts to build the X-33 and Venturestar. More station parts would be great. That are also light on mass.
  13. For habitats, I hope Bigelow will be mentioned. I was meant to say, for propulsion I am surprised Ad Astra is not mentioned. They are working on plasma electric propulsion, V.A.S.I.M.R. Also NASA's X3 hall effect thruster is not shown.
  14. I am surprised Ad Astra and NASA is not on the list.
  15. Magnets are used in fusion reactor so the plasma does not touch the interior walls and melt it. A Lab here in the UK and other places are researching in using magnets for magnetic shielding spacecraft. https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20727701-300-shields-up-force-fields-could-protect-mars-missions/ http://www.minimagnetosphere.rl.ac.uk/