Nayr and Kavura discuss the Star Trek articles that feature in these exciting classic Starlog magazines from 1977. Discussion topics include William Shatner, NASA, and STARFLEET International.
We consider the contents of Starlog magazine issues 9 and 10 including:
Chris Kroznuski is the Visual Effects Artist, Music Composer, and Associate Producer for Potemkin Pictures. He compares the methods for visual effects in 1977 to what is being used today in Fan Films.
Galtrol is a lifelong Science Fiction and Astrophysics fan. He considers Isaac Asimov’s faster than light principals. Can they truly work in Star Trek? Do these principals stand up to how we understand them today?
What was William Shatner up to after he recorded his college tour album in 1977? We discuss his life after Trek and rumors surrounding original cast getting together for the Star Trek TV movie.
Check out his record album here:
Our Upcoming Cons!
We will be presenting two panels at the Huntsville Comic and Pop Culture Expo in Alabama: Star Trek 101 and Starlog- The World’s Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine.
Join us at the Imperial Commissary Collectors Convention in Nashville, Tennessee!
We will be presenting the panel Star Trek on Paramount+ at Metrotham Con in Chattanooga, Tennessee
NASA Contractor & STARFLEET International Region 2 Fleet Captain Lauren White covers the legacy of Doctor Wernher von Braun. SFI members Admiral Richard Trulson and Commander Laura Peterson on being part of chapter named after von Braun.
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