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  • Based on an Enterprise that is a timeship, and has to repair timelines that villians have or had corupted.

    J.J. Abrams talks STAR TREK Sequel on the Red Carpet of the Saturn Awards – Collider.com

  • He is the last of a race known as the Time Lords, and the series follows his adventures traveling through space-time in the TARDIS (which if memory serves stands for Time And Relative Dimension In Space), which is a space-timeship disguised as a police call box.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • The Wanderer is an alien who travels between the dimensions alone in his interdimensional timeship.

    "Wanderer of Infinity" by Harl Vincent

  • What that would mean is that the Star Trek universe we’ve been watching for forty years still exists and carries on after the destruction of Romulus into the future that Daniels, the Xindi and the timeship Relativity missing one mining ship and a Vulcan Ambassador.

    Video Blog: The Future of Star Trek | /Film

  • Since Kirk saw Romulans in the timeship, does this mean that it was no big deal to see them in "Balance of Terror?"

    Basil's Blog

  • It will truly be a timeship for patient protection and to take patients to the future.

    Design Observer: Main Posts

  • The reason we are opening the deep-time sensors today is because yesterday, Starfleet’s timeship began its voyage.

    MILLENNIUM

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  • E.g. the timeships in Star Trek, as the H. G. Wells (USS Relativity NCV-474439-G) and and the USS Aeon, the submarine like timeship in Williamson's Legion of Time, and so on.

    September 26, 2007