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Publication: Star Trek Monthly
Issue: 61
Publisher: Titan Magazines
Editor(s): Darryl Curtis
Release date: 24 December 1999
Cover date: January 2000
Pages: 64

Issue 61 of Star Trek Monthly was the January 2000 issue.


First Contact
Darryl Curtis on the lack of a Christmas focus.
The Best of All Worlds
James Swallow on the set of "Pathfinder".
Interview - Robert Beltran - "Restless Native"
by Ian Spelling.
Interview - Jonathan Frakes - "Loving the Aliens"
by Ian Spelling.
Will Power
Stoddard Hayes takes a look at the character of William T. Riker.
Today is a Good Day to Die
Andrew Lane investigates the concept of death in Star Trek.
Robert Beltran as Chakotay.
A Fistful of Data
How did Voyager plot a course home in an uncharted region?, why no cloaking device use in the Dominion War.
Interview - Andrew Robinson - "I, Spy"
by Lou Anders.
Book extract
Captain Proton: Defender of the Earth - "The Forgotten and Lost Race".
From the Replicator
UK Update: Mouse mates, T-shirts.
Australasia Update: Clothing, ties, Star Trek: Starship Creator.
US Update: Collectors' plaques, Star Trek UNO, Hallmark
Read Out: Double Helix.
The State of Play: James Swallow visits Interplay for an update on their forthcoming titles.
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