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Kobayashi Maru

Book by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels, from 2008

  • Kobayashi Maru (novel)

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26 August 2008
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Kobayashi Maru (English)
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Editions of Kobayashi Maru by Michael A. Martin (undetermined language)
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Editions of Kobayashi Maru by Michael A. Martin (undetermined language)
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Michael A. Martin
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Andy Mangels
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26 August 2008
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Memory Beta:Acknowledgments | Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki | Fandom (English)
Memory Beta:Acknowledgments | Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki | Fandom (English)
Wikipedia, Memory Alpha, and Memory Beta contributors everywhere, including the online codifiers of speculative Vulcan (and by extension Romulan) calendrical minutiae at Starbase 10; Franz Joseph, whose Star Fleet Technical Manual (1975) lent us the Vulcan outpost planet Trilan; Doug Drexler and Michael Okudas Ships of the Line hardcover (2006), which inspired certain events aboard Columbia , foreshadowed here and realized in detail in David Macks forthcoming Star Trek: Destiny trilogy; David Mack, for the extensive work he did on the aforementioned trilogy in creating the Columbia crew members, which allowed us to debut them in these pages, and for establishing the location of the Kobayashi Maru s demise in his 2004 TNG novel, A Time to Heal ; Geoffrey Mandel, for his Star Trek: Star Charts (2002) (English)
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Wikipedia, Memory Alpha, and Memory Beta contributors everywhere, including the online codifiers of speculative Vulcan (and by extension Romulan) calendrical minutiae at Starbase 10; Franz Joseph, whose Star Fleet Technical Manual (1975) lent us the Vulcan outpost planet Trilan; Doug Drexler and Michael Okudas Ships of the Line hardcover (2006), which inspired certain events aboard Columbia , foreshadowed here and realized in detail in David Macks forthcoming Star Trek: Destiny trilogy; David Mack, for the extensive work he did on the aforementioned trilogy in creating the Columbia crew members, which allowed us to debut them in these pages, and for establishing the location of the Kobayashi Maru s demise in his 2004 TNG novel, A Time to Heal ; Geoffrey Mandel, for his Star Trek: Star Charts (2002) (English)
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Wikipedia, Memory Alpha, and Memory Beta contributors everywhere, including the online codifiers of speculative Vulcan (and by extension Romulan) calendrical minutiae at Starbase 10; Franz Joseph, whose Star Fleet Technical Manual (1975) lent us the Vulcan outpost planet Trilan; Doug Drexler and Michael Okudas Ships of the Line hardcover (2006), which inspired certain events aboard Columbia , foreshadowed here and realized in detail in David Macks forthcoming Star Trek: Destiny trilogy; David Mack, for the extensive work he did on the aforementioned trilogy in creating the Columbia crew members, which allowed us to debut them in these pages, and for establishing the location of the Kobayashi Maru s demise in his 2004 TNG novel, A Time to Heal ; Geoffrey Mandel, for his Star Trek: Star Charts (2002) (English)
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Wikipedia, Memory Alpha, and Memory Beta contributors everywhere, including the online codifiers of speculative Vulcan (and by extension Romulan) calendrical minutiae at Starbase 10; Franz Joseph, whose Star Fleet Technical Manual (1975) lent us the Vulcan outpost planet Trilan; Doug Drexler and Michael Okudas Ships of the Line hardcover (2006), which inspired certain events aboard Columbia , foreshadowed here and realized in detail in David Macks forthcoming Star Trek: Destiny trilogy; David Mack, for the extensive work he did on the aforementioned trilogy in creating the Columbia crew members, which allowed us to debut them in these pages, and for establishing the location of the Kobayashi Maru s demise in his 2004 TNG novel, A Time to Heal ; Geoffrey Mandel, for his Star Trek: Star Charts (2002) (English)
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Wikipedia, Memory Alpha, and Memory Beta contributors everywhere, including the online codifiers of speculative Vulcan (and by extension Romulan) calendrical minutiae at Starbase 10; Franz Joseph, whose Star Fleet Technical Manual (1975) lent us the Vulcan outpost planet Trilan; Doug Drexler and Michael Okudas Ships of the Line hardcover (2006), which inspired certain events aboard Columbia , foreshadowed here and realized in detail in David Macks forthcoming Star Trek: Destiny trilogy; David Mack, for the extensive work he did on the aforementioned trilogy in creating the Columbia crew members, which allowed us to debut them in these pages, and for establishing the location of the Kobayashi Maru s demise in his 2004 TNG novel, A Time to Heal ; Geoffrey Mandel, for his Star Trek: Star Charts (2002) (English)
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Wikipedia, Memory Alpha, and Memory Beta contributors everywhere, including the online codifiers of speculative Vulcan (and by extension Romulan) calendrical minutiae at Starbase 10; Franz Joseph, whose Star Fleet Technical Manual (1975) lent us the Vulcan outpost planet Trilan; Doug Drexler and Michael Okudas Ships of the Line hardcover (2006), which inspired certain events aboard Columbia , foreshadowed here and realized in detail in David Macks forthcoming Star Trek: Destiny trilogy; David Mack, for the extensive work he did on the aforementioned trilogy in creating the Columbia crew members, which allowed us to debut them in these pages, and for establishing the location of the Kobayashi Maru s demise in his 2004 TNG novel, A Time to Heal ; Geoffrey Mandel, for his Star Trek: Star Charts (2002) (English)
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Keith R. A. DeCandido and Susan Shwartz and Josepha Sherman, whose novels Articles of the Federation and Vulcans Heart enabled us to hide a historical Easter egg or three within these pages (as well as in The Good That Men Do ); Keith DeCandido (again), for inspiring the name of a Klingon supernumerary (Qrad), as well as for insight into the Klingon calendar, both here and in Forged in Fire ; Dr. Marc Okrand, whose seminal xenolin-guistic work The Klingon Dictionary (1992 edition) was an invaluable reference; the collected Romulan-related novels of Diane Duane (collected in 2006s Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages ), for guidance on Romulan culture, language, and naming customs; the online linguistic scholars who assembled the vast Rihannsu language database found at http://atrek.org/Dhivael/rihan/engto rihan.html, for furnishing various Romulan time and distance units, numerals, and word roots that helped us create several Romulan proper names. (English)
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Keith R. A. DeCandido and Susan Shwartz and Josepha Sherman, whose novels Articles of the Federation and Vulcans Heart enabled us to hide a historical Easter egg or three within these pages (as well as in The Good That Men Do ); Keith DeCandido (again), for inspiring the name of a Klingon supernumerary (Qrad), as well as for insight into the Klingon calendar, both here and in Forged in Fire ; Dr. Marc Okrand, whose seminal xenolin-guistic work The Klingon Dictionary (1992 edition) was an invaluable reference; the collected Romulan-related novels of Diane Duane (collected in 2006s Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages ), for guidance on Romulan culture, language, and naming customs; the online linguistic scholars who assembled the vast Rihannsu language database found at http://atrek.org/Dhivael/rihan/engto rihan.html, for furnishing various Romulan time and distance units, numerals, and word roots that helped us create several Romulan proper names. (English)
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Keith R. A. DeCandido and Susan Shwartz and Josepha Sherman, whose novels Articles of the Federation and Vulcans Heart enabled us to hide a historical Easter egg or three within these pages (as well as in The Good That Men Do ); Keith DeCandido (again), for inspiring the name of a Klingon supernumerary (Qrad), as well as for insight into the Klingon calendar, both here and in Forged in Fire ; Dr. Marc Okrand, whose seminal xenolin-guistic work The Klingon Dictionary (1992 edition) was an invaluable reference; the collected Romulan-related novels of Diane Duane (collected in 2006s Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages ), for guidance on Romulan culture, language, and naming customs; the online linguistic scholars who assembled the vast Rihannsu language database found at http://atrek.org/Dhivael/rihan/engto rihan.html, for furnishing various Romulan time and distance units, numerals, and word roots that helped us create several Romulan proper names. (English)
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Keith R. A. DeCandido and Susan Shwartz and Josepha Sherman, whose novels Articles of the Federation and Vulcans Heart enabled us to hide a historical Easter egg or three within these pages (as well as in The Good That Men Do ); Keith DeCandido (again), for inspiring the name of a Klingon supernumerary (Qrad), as well as for insight into the Klingon calendar, both here and in Forged in Fire ; Dr. Marc Okrand, whose seminal xenolin-guistic work The Klingon Dictionary (1992 edition) was an invaluable reference; the collected Romulan-related novels of Diane Duane (collected in 2006s Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages ), for guidance on Romulan culture, language, and naming customs; the online linguistic scholars who assembled the vast Rihannsu language database found at http://atrek.org/Dhivael/rihan/engto rihan.html, for furnishing various Romulan time and distance units, numerals, and word roots that helped us create several Romulan proper names. (English)
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