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Spock's Sneaky Kiss6/19/2015 by Nevareck (Neve Shay)Spock's Sneaky Kiss by Nevareck
Kirk walked down a corridor of the Enterprise. He nodded to crewmen who passed him and smiled. He was on his way to get some coffee. Coffee sounded very good at the moment. The captain passed by another adjoining corridor and was a few feet past it when he halted. Frozen, he thought about what he had just seen in his peripheral vision. He had NOT just seen Spock and Uhura passionately kissing. Had he? Kirk slowly took a few steps backwards and peered into the corridor.
Spock was standing tinkering with a panel on the wall. He was alone.
Kirk shook his head and continued on, thinking he really did need some coffee, bad. What he didn’t notice was a storage room door closing, like someone had just left the hall, or the lipstick on Spock’s cheek.
Or the small, pleased, un-Vulcan like smile on Spock’s face.
Tech Report: NCC-1701-F, USS EnterpriseTech Report: NCC-1701-F, USS Enterprise by ThrashMetallix
Gliding through the stars, shining like a new penny, and resilient and unique to any other vessels of Starfleet, it's the newest Flagship of the Federation, the NCC-1701-F, Odyssey Class, USS Enterprise. The Enterprise comes from a long line of Starfleet ships. Though she is the eighth ship to bear the name, she is the seventh of the Federation, becoming the successor of the NCC-1701-E, Soverign Class Enterprise, under the command of Captain Picard, and later on, Captain Data.
The Enterprise-F (Zeta), takes its newest form in the new Odyssey Class. A design that was laid out on the table in the early 2400's, the prototype, known as the NX-97000 USS Odyssey would be launched in 2409. Named after the Galaxy Class ship that was lost during one of the first conflicts with the Dominion during the Dominion War, the Odyssey was designed to be a pinnacle ship of Starfleet. The impressive size, design, and features all called for the newest Enterprise to be
Amethyst Skies: Ch 1Amethyst Skies: Ch 1 by SeekHim
The Saratoga has concluded its three week stay on the planet Astrana. This was a productive mission; we studied
a beautiful new world, made a successful First Contact, learned many things about an incredible culture and made
new friends, both for ourselves and the Federation.
We are now on-route to the Volanis Nebula. After three weeks of acting as a planetary research station I know that
the chance to study a nebula will please Stellar Sciences.
James T. Kirk
Captain's Ready Room
Kirk completed his log and sat back. Things were quiet now and he'd decided to use the remaining hours
of his shift to catch up on reports and there were a lot. The Saratoga was six months along into its
five year mission of circumnavigating Federation space. In that time there had been a lot of triumphs and
a lot of tragedies.
The past two months had been a whirlwind of activity. So far the <I>
A New Season: Ch 1 (A Request)A New Season: Ch 1 (A Request) by SeekHim
The Saratoga has spent the past week studying the Paynaro Cloud. The incident with Nero had one positive effect;
Starfleet's been stepping up exploration of space big time. Constitution class ships were originally at the forefront
of exploration but now other ships are being sent further afield as well. They're discovering a lot of interesting
new things and trusty survey/research vessels are needed to check them out.
The USS Wyoming discovered the cloud during a deep space recon mission. They didn't have time to do much more
than run scans as they flew past it, so now we're here to do what a Delphis class does best- take a closer look.
The Paynaro Cloud is a micro-nebula. It's about five light years across and covers two star systems. One of them:
the Rychla System has an M class planet. So during the month that we're here our studies will keep both our stellar
and planetary scientists busy.
James T. Kirk