The Star Trek Encyclopedia

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Simon and Schuster, May 17, 2011 - Fiction - 752 pages
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From 'audet IX to Zytchin III, this book covers it all. This is the ultimate reference book for all Star Trek fans!

Added to this edition are 128 new pages. This addendum highlights the latest episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space NineŽ, Star Trek: VoyagerŽ and the newest feature film, Star Trek: Insurrection™.

The thousands of photos and hundreds of illustrations place the Star Trek universe at your fingertips. Planets and stars, weapons and ships, people and places are just part of the meticulous research and countless cross-reference that fill this book.
 

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This encyclopedia has multiple uses for die-hard Star Trek fans. It has information on Star Trek characters, series episodes, movies, technology, weapons, ships, even foods! It's a great reference ... Read full review

The Star Trek Encyclopedia

User Review  - wishteller - Overstock.com

If youre just a curious fan or a hardcore Trekkie this is the book for you. It covers everything youd want to know and then some.I got this book because I was given the CD encyclopedia as a gift but wanted something more portable that didnt use batteries Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Michael Okuda is the scenic art supervisor for Star Trek: Voyager. He is responsible for those show's control panels, signage, alien written languages, computer readout animation, and other strange things. Michael worked on all seven years of Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. His other credits include six Star Trek feature films, The Flash, The Human Target, and the never-seen American version of Red Dwarf.

Along with Rick Sternbach, Michael serves as a technical consultant to the writing staff of Star Trek and is coauthor of the Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual book and CD-ROM. Michael grew up in Hawai'i, where he graduated from Roosevelt High School and earned a BA in communications from the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. He is a member of IATSE Local 816 (Scenic, Title and Graphic Artists) and is a member of the American Civil Liberties Union. Mike is a proponent of science education and he really wants to be the first graphic artist in space.