Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum conservator Malcolm Collum tells us about how the Smithsonian team pulled apart the classic “Star Trek” USS Enterprise model for their work. Courtesy of Trekcore!
A hearty congratulations to the crew over at Trekcore for nabbing an impressive interview with the curator of the National Air & Space Museum about the coming restoration of the USS Enterprise model from TOS. If you are a serious […]
Courtesy of Startrek.com: The U.S.S. Enterprise studio model from TOS Star Trek: The Original Series, which has been on public display at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum since 1976, was removed on September 11 from the lower level […]
From Air & Space Magazine: Paramount Pictures didn’t know what they were giving up 40 years ago when they donated the 135-inch studio model of the U.S.S. Enterprise—the fictional, 23rd century starship at the center of the groundbreaking science fiction […]
Doug Drexler, who writes his own fantastic blog, wrote this blog article that is a must read for Star Trek prop fans. It is reprinted here with his blessing! Way back in the dim dark days of fandom, we created […]