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200807: Welcome from Shran Edit
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200807: "There is no evidence of "Top Secret" existing as a classification level in the ST universe"Edit
Well, actually there is, as early as "The Menagerie, Part I", the Talos IV dossier read by Kirk had the classification "Top Secret - for eyes of starfleet command only". Just to let you know. :) --Pseudohuman 23:30, 16 July 2008 (UTC)
200807: no workbee in "Nightingale" Edit
I reverted the changes you made to the relevant articles, because, on close inspection of the actual episode, it's clear that only type 9 shuttles are used in the scenes set on the planet surface, no workbee was used during that repair work. --Jörg 18:35, 17 July 2008 (UTC)
- I uploaded a better shot of that scene, which shows it's a type 9 shuttle. You can see the warp nacelles and the Bussard collectors, none of which a workbee has. This shot is one frame of a moving shot at the beginning of the episode. Sou see the shuttle from different angles, it's clearly a type 9. --Jörg 18:53, 17 July 2008 (UTC)
- Resolved JeffreyAlpha172 00:24, 18 July 2008 (UTC)