This kit includes a Starship Enterprise with a cool light-up feature and a 32-page book on the history of the Enterprise-a must-have item for Star Trek fans
Description:Color changing LED lamp - ideal for home decor, as night lamp, decor item or a kids toy.7 different color modes - 6 modes have solid colors while 7th has continuously changing colorsPremium USS Enterprise design pattern on a see-through clear acrylic plateA micro USB port for easily connecting it to laptop, desktops or power banks for power supplySuperior finish of the lamp - ensures elegance is maintained in any place it is usedDurable design, build to provide a long lifeSpecification:Material: AcrylicItem Color: BlackSize: Approx.
Show off your allegiance to Star Trek with these officially licensed crew socks! These 80% acrylic socks feature a quality graphic of Spock and also feature protruding ears!
When a doorway to a parallel universe opens in the U.S.S. Enterprise Transporter Room, Kirk, Spock and Scotty appear changed, but not for the better! Inspired by the iconic 'Mirror, Mirror' episode of Star Trek, this buildable Transporter Room features six platforms, a computer console, interchangeable glow-in-the-dark wall panels, and hinged sections that open up to display up to six figures.
Star Trek Enterprise Rainbow Ship Mens Charcoal Grey T-Shirt | M
Star Trek Trilogy Blu-ray Collection (Star Trek, Star Trek Into Darkness, Star Trek Beyond)
Includes bonus movie: Star Trek: Generations. There were only two ways for "classic Trek" cast members to appear in a movie with the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation: either Capt. Kirk and his contemporaries would have to be very, very old, or there would be some time travel involved in the plot. Since geriatric heroes aren't very exciting (despite a welcomed cameo appearance by the aged Dr.
"The Tholian Web" was conceived when writer Judy Burns went looking for a new angle on ghost stories. A physics student suggested she somehow use the theory of infinte dimensions, and out of that came Burns's script, which finds Captain Kirk (William Shatner) trapped between different kinds of space, floating in and out of view of the Enterprise crew.