Technical Manual

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Simon and Schuster, Nov 1, 1991 - Fiction - 192 pages
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The Star Trek: The Next Generation® Technical Manual, written by Rick Sternbach and Michael Okuda, the technical advisors to Star Trek: The Next Generation, provides
a comprehensive schematization of a Galaxy-class starship. From the bridge to the shuttlebays, from the transporter room to crews' quarters, this book provides a never-before-seen glimpse at the inner, intricate workings of the most incredible starship ever conceived.

Full of diagrams, technical schematics, and ship's plans, the Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual also takes a detailed look at the principles behind Star Trek®'s awesome technology -- from phasers to warp drive to the incredible holodeck.
 

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Love it
I use to own this book, it was then lost/stolen :/ It was a lot of fun to read.

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I really don't get how or why anyone can write a negative review of this book. I've read this book time and time again. When I met my partner we soon realized that we own the same book! It's consistent not only with The Next Generation seres for which it was intended, but is also applicable for all the series including Deep Space Nine, Voyager and even Enterprise. I highly recommend it for any Star Trek fan! 

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Rich Sternbach is a Hugo and Emmy Award-winning visual artist with extensive film and television experience. Famous for his work on Star Trek, he has been responsible for a number of starship designs. He co-wrote the Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual and the Deep Space Nine Technical Manual.