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Trek Culture

The Fandom Interview Archive: A Treasure Trove Of Trek Star Interviews

The Fandom Interview Archive: A Treasure Trove Of Trek Star Interviews

We first heard of an interview series called "The Fandom" in the spring of 2005, right around the time "Enterprise" was drawing to a close. Also, during the mad fan rush to save the show and drum up support for a fifth season.  Unfortunately that never happened, and Captain Archer and crew sailed off for their final show that year.

The interview series, hosted by Chase Masterson, was a intimate glimpse into the lives of Trek stars and series crew.  What was particularly interesting at the time, was hearing the "Enterprise" crew reaction to being canceled as well as their reaction to the unyielding fan support.

Live Star Trek Themed Show Launching At Kennedy Space Center

Live Star Trek Themed Show Launching At Kennedy Space Center

A brand new live action "Star Trek" themed show is set to launch at Kennedy Space Center this year.  Called "Star Trek Live", the 60 minute audience involved show will be based on the new J.J. Abrams "Star Trek" and involve Romulans plus Kirk and Spock.  No word on whether it's new footage with Pine, Quinto, & Bana or just cuts from Star Trek XI.  Five performances are scheduled daily at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and are included in admission ($38, adults; $28, children 3-11, plus tax.  Check out more details below.

About Star Trek Live:

Rod Roddenberry's Trek Nation Finished & Seeking Distribution

Rod Roddenberry's Trek Nation Finished & Seeking Distribution

The long anticipated Star Trek Documentary from Rod Roddenberry is finally finished and awaiting a distribution deal. If you haven't heard of Trek Nation, Rod explains "It's been a journey to discovery who my father is... The man behind the myth". From our understanding, the film has been in the works for almost 10 years. We first heard about it back in 2005 when Rod was a guest on "The Fandom", the short-lived Chase Masterson podcast that featured interviews with various Trek stars and crew.

Check out the a brief Synopsis of "Trek Nation" Below.

Subspace Communique - How It All Started

Subspace Communique - How It All Started

On this, the 1 year anniversary, I'd like to share how this site got it's start.  But first, let me thank my contributors over the last year.  You guys have done an amazing job and I'm truly honored that you took the time to make Subspace Comms that much better.

Subspace Communique Turns 1 Today - Thanks To Our Readers For Making It All Possible!

Subspace Communique Turns 1 Today - Thanks To Our Readers For Making It All Possible!

Subspace Communique was launched 1 year ago today.  All of this would not have been possible without YOU!  The fantastic people that frequent my site and chat via twitter and facebook.  I'm truly honored by the emails and comments I receive.  There have been so many times that I've thought about slowing down, but then a reader drops me a note and let's me know how much the site means to them.  It truly keeps us going!  All that to say, THANK YOU!  You folks are amazing.

Before I go any further, I'd like to Announce the winner of the Subspace Communique 1 year anniversary reader contest.

VSS Enterprise Completes First Captive Carry Flight

VSS Enterprise Complete's First Captive Carry Flight

It's really interesting that private space flight has become a reality.  With the X prize win in 2004, Burt Rutan and his company Scaled Composites have paved the way for the "everyman" to experience the thrill of spaceflight.  With the founding of Virgin Galactic Sir Richard Branson joined forces with Rutan to provide the first commercial spaceflight system to take tourists into a sub-orbital flight.

Human Suspended Animation May Be A Possibility; Khan Noonien Singh Pleased

Human Suspended Animation May Be A Possibility; Khan Noonien Singh Pleased

According to cell biologist Mark Roth, suspended animation is not just for genetically altered super humans. It could very well be used to treat life threatening diseases. Roth studies the art of shutting down life processes and then starting them up again. It's wild stuff, but it's not science fiction. Induced by careful use of an otherwise toxic gas, suspended animation can potentially help trauma and heart attack victims survive long enough to be treated.

Crewman Becky's Thoughts On Jumpsuits

Crewman Becky's Thoughts On Jumpsuits

Hi corporeal beings! Crewman Becky here. Have you ever noticed that the universe has been nearly completely taken over by jumpsuits? I don’t know about you, but I’m not really a big fan. Really, why are we wearing these polyester nightmares? Is it because “everybody else” is? Besides the obvious unflattering nature of the typical jumpsuit, they really are rather impractical.

Subspace Communique Turns 1 With a Special Reader Contest

Subspace Communique Turns 1 With a Special Reader Contest

Subspace Communique is approaching it's 1 year anniversary or as we like to call it; the first year of our five year mission to bring you true Trek culture.  It's been an amazing year to be a Trek fan.  From the brand new J.J. Abram's "Star Trek" to amazing Cons and of course Star Trek Online.  We've thoroughly enjoyed bringing you, our readers, news and Trek Culture updates from around the galaxy.  Plus, how could we do it with out you, our faithful readers.

Bye Bye, Robot: Official Licensed Star Trek Fine Art