NASA Salutes Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Series

Star Trek Hits an Epic Milestone

Get ready, Star Trek fans – your favorite space faring saga has notched up something truly spectacular. In 2022, a new leaf turned over in the Star Trek chronicle, something no previous series managed to achieve. The story in focus? A special ‘thank you’ from none other than NASA to the folks behind “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”.

NASA’s Unexpected Gesture

Anson Mount is not just known for playing Black Bolt in the Marvel blockbuster “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”. Fans now also recognize him as Christopher Pike, from “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds”. In a discussion with the Hollywood Reporter, he shed light on an exceptional recognition the series gained.

NASA wrote them a heartfelt thank you note. It was a nod to the animated impact Star Trek has on scientific minds and its power to fire up great innovative dreams. This lovely note created waves of joy among the cast and crew – it was a mark of rare honor.

“Some pals from NASA wrote us a letter which I got to read,” said Mount. “They spoke about the role of Star Trek in their lives, its importance to scientists, and how it has a magic touch to shape our future.”

A Blend of Nostalgia and New Thrills

“Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” not only makes a return to the original 1960s Star Trek, but it also brings fresh, yet nostalgic adventures on the screen. It made the experience extremely rewarding for Mount. He was visibly proud and thrilled to be part of such a groundbreaking project.

Influence of Patrick Stewart on Star Trek

Patrick Stewart, the renowned actor, is a mainstay in Star Trek narrative. Do you remember the 1996 movie, “Star Trek: First Contact”, under the direction of Jonathan Frakes with Stewart in a lead role? Stewart’s character underwent some hiccups during the film.

Stewart is famous for his outspoken nature. During the filming of “Star Trek: First Contact”, he even enlisted his personal writer to tweak his scenes. Writer Ronald D Moore told the Hollywood Reporter that Stewart’s demands caused a bit of strain among the team members.

Unfortunately, things didn’t pan out as expected. The new writer had to step away leaving Moore to finish the film’s script. Even with these roadblocks, “Star Trek: First Contact” was a hit, scoring a 7.6/10 rating on IMDb and a solid 93% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Availability on Paramount+

Fans can now rejoice as both “Star Trek: First Contact” and “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” are on Paramount+ in the U.S., letting them step into these exciting space journeys whenever they wish.

Final Thoughts

The Star Trek universe keeps enchanting audiences all over the world and “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” receiving a significant nod from NASA stands as proof of its remarkable impact. With engaging storylines and characters, the franchise is all set to rule viewers’ hearts for many more years to come.

The Star Trek’s voyage into “Strange New Worlds” and its accolade from NASA is indeed a story to celebrate, a story that mirrors the magic that both space exploration and human imagination can cast. Gear up Star Trek enthusiasts, as this franchise promises a cascading wave of thrilling adventures ahead!

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