As many of you know the Shuttlecraft Galileo is being restored at Master Shipwrights in New Jersey (fully funded by Adam Schneider). As we reach the end of this restoration journey, Space.com has taken a liking to the project and […]
Adam and I in front of Galileo As many of you know, Adam Schneider and I acquired the Galileo shuttlecraft full size set from the original Star Trek this past June in at auction. So I thought I would give a […]
Bill Krause led the previous restoration team, and here is his review of the story after the Galileo left California in 1991: In the summer of 1991 a private owner from Akron, Ohio had purchased and shipped the prop from […]
A 5 minute video on the restoration and legacy of the Galileo Mock-Up.
The Shuttlecraft Galileo – Part II By Steve Thomas The final design of the Shuttlecraft shows a sleek craft that does not allow occupants the headroom to stand up fully (unless you’re under 5-1/2 feet tall). This was intentional as […]
The Shuttlecraft Galileo By Steve Thomas September 8, 1966…or “Stardate: 6609.8” if you will. A date that marks the television premiere of what would become an American icon in science fiction: “Star Trek”. So much of what came from that […]