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Die folgenden Kommentare zu wichtigen Fragen und Problemen mit Karten und Entfernungen im Star Trek Universum stammen direkt "aus erster Hand", n�mlich von Rick Sternbach, dem Senior Illustrator und Technical Consultant von Star Trek: Voyager, Co-Autor der Star Trek Enzyklop�die und Autor des Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manuals.


Befindet sich die Voyager nun [Ende 2375] noch im Deltaquadranten oder bereits im Betaquadranten?

"The producers admit that yes, we should have crossed the border some time ago, but they want to keep us in Delta for a bit longer, so I figure we might have about 1500 ly to go. It's not so much a
matter of adhering to the numbers as it is keeping the bosses happy."

Rick Sternbach, E-Mail, 29.09.1999


In [VOY] Message in a Bottle sehen wir eine Quadrantenanordnung in der Galaxis gegen den Uhrzeigersinn, jedoch wurde bereits vorher eine andere  Reihenfolge etabliert. Welche ist die richtige?

"The above arrangement [Gamma-Delta / Alpha-Beta] is correct. The most recent published map is in the DS9 Tech Manual, which shows, IIRC, Voyager's straight-line yank into the Delta Quadrant. The start and end points aren't -exactly- right, but we won't nail those until we get to do the Voy TM. Voyager is very close to the D-B border, and they've got about 29,500 lightyears of Beta to cross before getting back to HQ, but I'm assuming that with the Dominion War done, Starfleet can allocate assets to go meet the ship sort of "halfway." Assuming Starfleet mounts some kind of S&R mission in Season 7, we might pick up the escort anywhere between 2500-10,000 ly out from HQ (just guessing), depending on whether either side can get TW or slipstream working or find a wormhole-like phenomenon to use as a shortcut."

Rick Sternbach,, 01.08.1999


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