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Star Trek III: The Search for Spock - She's Older Then You Know
When Admiral Morrow says there isn't going to be any refet of the Enterprise because she is twenty years old. According to the Star Trek Cronology, the Enterprise was about thrity years old at the time. I know the Star Trek Cronolgy wasn't written back then but its still a mistake because the in the episode "Menageri" it was etablished that that Captain Pike cammanded the Enterprise for 11 years before Kirk took command. Add that to the first five year mission under Kirk's command, the two years of refeting, the second five year mission under Kirk's command, and the five years that it was used as a training vessle and you do not get 20. You get more like thirty.
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Brandon Amaro on 08-20-2000
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Jiels Liken writes:
Don't forget the years with Robert April
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Shawn writes:
Gene Roddenberry himself specified that the Enterprise should have some history -- about a twenty-year-old ship, at the beginning of the series. This should make the Enterprise around forty years old by the movies... But what do Admirals know?
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Centauri writes:
When they were doing the promos before Enterprise came out I attempted to determine how old the Enterprise was, and used this as one of my basis statements. It totally messed up the rest of the time scale and I finaly decided that the admiral has only cared about the past 20 years of the Enterprise and is just uninformed.
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