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Back in 2018 on our Perth roadtrip we checked in with Aaron Vanderkley and company as they shot The Fall of Starbase One… this is That Time When… You can catch this interview in full by clicking here and diving into the Trekzone archive! The post That Time We Were On Set For The Fall of Starbase One appeared first on Trekzone.…
 
As the cold war starts to heat up amongst former associates of Alec Peters, Trekzone returns to the never-launched Star Trek fan film. On this edition, one time loyal supporter Steven Mayhew beams in to explain how his love for the film brought him right into the inner circle of the Axanar faithful… The post Opening Up About Axanar : Steven Mayhew …
 
Welcome to another edition of Talkin’ Science, it’s the 29th week of 2021 and the first image of a Saturn-like planet – an exoplanet forming moons in a ring. Marsquakes offer a unique insight into the structure and core of Mars – and it is pretty different than Earth. Plus Boeing’s CST Starliner will have […] The post Starliner Gears Up For Test Nu…
 
News from Comic Con At Home sees us learn more about Star Trek: Prodigy and the second season of Lower Decks. Plus Anson Mount joins other cast and crew celebrating the end of principal photography for Strange New Worlds. All that, and Robert Duncan McNeill has revealed he’s trying to fit Picard into his busy […] The post Star Trek: Prodigy, Lower …
 
Following a chance introduction, Paul Jenkins saw an opportunity to help a struggling Star Trek fan film come to fruition. What would transpire over the proceeding years led him to tackle the hugely complex toxic fan culture rife across many franchises with a documentary. Our guest today is locked in a legal battle with Alec […] The post Paul Jenki…
 
A 13 billion year old hypernova has been found by a team of Aussie astronomers at the Siding Springs observatory. The star had an iron-to-hydrogen ratio around 3,000 times lower than the Sun, suggesting it formed relatively close to the big bang itself.. The post Discovering A Hypernova : Professor Gary Da Costa on this Very Exciting Find appeared …
 
In this the 28th week of 2021… Jeff Bezos and company make it to orbit and back again… Another rare insight into a supermassive black hole.. and astronomers find a teardrop-shaped star in a binary system. The post Bezos Flies, We See Another Supermassive Black Hole and Find A Teardrop Shaped Star : Trekzone’s Talkin’ Science appeared first on Trekz…
 
It’s another installment of Trekzone’s The News – catch details of Discovery’s wrapping of season four filming, Strange New Worlds sending a crew to New Mexico for VFX shots and the new Star Trek movie has a director! The post Discovery Close to Season 4 Wrap While Strange New Worlds Shoots in New Mexico appeared first on Trekzone.…
 
Following Aaron’s announcement of his latest #StarTrek #FanFilm, Outbreak, we thought it fitting to recap on the niche of a niche with this flashback to when Carlos Pedraza joined Matt from our LA studio… Catch the first of the three part look at From There to Here right now. The post That Time When We Broke Down Star Trek Fan Films appeared first …
 
It was taking up to forty days for Australians to receive Earth Observing Data, now with the launch of Nova Sar 1 – that’s been dramatically cut down to around an hour. The CSIRO’s Dr Amy Parker beams in to explain why … and how! The post A Critical Upgrade to Earth Observing Data for Australia appeared first on Trekzone.…
 
He’s back on the channel to announce another fan film, incredibly without needing millions of dollars or large warehouses. We’re thrilled to have Aaron Vanderkley back to tell us all about Outbreak – A Star Trek Fan Film. The post Announcing Outbreak : A Star Trek Fan Film from Aaron Vanderkley appeared first on Trekzone.…
 
It’s been almost five years since we met Ray, when he acquired the then Star Trek: Continues soundstage. He’s turned it into a place where fan film makers can come and make their shorts for the fun of it. But, some folks aren’t happy about that and think he’s impeding on James Cawley’s licensed Ticonderoga […] The post Catching Up With Ray Tesi and…
 
The headlines in this the twenty seventh week of 2021.. They Made It. Richard Branson and the crew on Unity 22 make it to sub orbital space, successfully completing an almost two decade long ambition. A Hypernova Discovery from the very early universe… and four Rogue Planets found out in the cold depths, seperated from […] The post Virgin Galactic’…
 
Talkin’ Science Fest wraps up today with an exclusive interview with Southern Launch’s CEO Lloyd Damp. A few weeks ago they were given approval for three launches from their new complex in Whalers Way, South Australia… The post Talkin’ Science Fest : Permission To Launch – Southern Launch Australia Gears Up appeared first on Trekzone.…
 
We’re back up at The Dish for this edition of Talkin’ Science Fest… John Sarkissian has beamed in to give us the low down on everything Parkes – Murriyang – is doing, and has done in it’s sixty year life… The post Talkin’ Science Fest : Part Two At The Dish – The Mega Radio Telescope with a Mega History appeared first on Trekzone.…
 
Questacon has become the peak science education center in Australia, home to many fantastic exhibitions that can pack up into a truck and travel around the country. It’s seen over ten million people through it’s turnstiles since it opened in it’s permanent home in 1988, we’re thrilled to learn more as we continue Talkin’ Science […] The post Talkin…
 
It’s the 26th week of 2021.. A long period comet hundreds of kilometers in diameter is heading to the inner solar system… not one… but two discoveries of the most extreme reaction in the universe – black holes gobbling up neutron stars… and doing the space laundry, NASA and Procter and Gamble are teaming up […] The post Doing The Space Laundry As B…
 
We’re kicking off Talkin’ Science Fest – a week long celebration of Australian space and science achievements – with the first of two parts looking at The Dish, the Parkes Radio Telescope. Last year it was honoured with the name Murriyang by the Wiradjuri people. The post Talkin’ Science Fest : Part One at The Dish – Honouring the Wiradjuri People …
 
Simon Pegg has been tapped for a renewed effort to get Galaxy Quest to the small screen as the co-CEO of Creation Entertainment speaks with the Trek Geeks about the upcoming 55 year mission convention in Vegas and Bad Batch viewers might’ve been delightfully surprised by this week’s guest star. It’s The News for 2021’s […] The post Is Simon Pegg Ge…
 
We’re familiar with the desert planet Tatooine from Star Wars, the childhood home of Anakin Skywalker and location of that amazing shot of Luke Skywalker look beyond his Uncle’s moisture farm as the twin suns set … but did you know that astronomers have found real Tatooines out there, planets living in binary star system. […] The post That Time Whe…
 
As we prepare for Talkin’ Science Fest, flash back with us and learn about the formation of planetary systems – research that Eloise Birchall was studying when she beamed in for a chat in 2019. You can catch this interview in full right here. The post That Time When We Learnt About Forming Planetary Systems appeared first on Trekzone.…
 
It’s this the twenty fifth week of 2021 and we’re here to bring you the latest in science and space… including flipping exoplanet thinking … who can see Earth? Is Venus Volcanically Active? New research from decades old data says yes. And a new kind of supernova has been discovered… The post Flipping Exoplanet Thinking as Hubble Gets Urgent Repairs…
 
The Voyager Documentary has gotten underway in a Los Angeles studio with a funky holodeck set. Meanwhile, and as tipped by Trekzone, Lower Decks will headline Paramount+ when it launches in Latin America in September … with the second season premiering the same day as 10 All Access rebrands in Australia. The post The Voyager Doco Gets Underway; Low…
 
Professor Warwick Bowen led a team of researchers to discovering how to make quantum entangled light work for microscopic analysis. It’s the next step in microscopy, and it’s been discovered right here in Brisbane! The post Getting Microscopic : A Quantum Entangled Microscope is Born! appeared first on Trekzone.…
 
We’re focusing on China today…. so lets get the headlines in this…the twenty fourth week of 2021.. China launches 3 astronauts to spend three months in orbit.. NASA seeks more money as China’s space program ramps up and China and Russia announce their moon base plans to rival Artemis… The post Focusing on China’s Space Program – As They Launch Astr…
 
We’re continuing our dive through the Talkin’ Trek mini series here on That Time When, in a special edition Larry Nemecek – Doctor Trek himself – beamed in to analyse the first season of Picard… Catch this interview in full now. The post That Time When Larry Nemecek Reviewed Picard’s First Season appeared first on Trekzone.…
 
It’s a bumper news cycle, as we gear up for all the Star Trek to come back. We’ve got a breakdown of the latest Picard trailer, the new images for Prodigy and Tig Notaro commenting on Jett Reno. Plus exclusive details of new Star Trek Fleet Command content! The post Star Trek: Picard Season Two Trailer Breakdown : Prodigy Images & Reno’s Appearance…
 
Lets set the stage, Discovery was nine episodes old and we’d just entered that brief hiatus before the rest of the series. Now good friend of the show, Trek Geek Dan, beamed in to dissect the beginning of “new Trek”. Catch this interview in full now. The post That Time When We First Met Trek Geek Dan appeared first on Trekzone.…
 
Here are the headlines in this the 23rd week of 2021.. It might be possible to reach another star system in a few decades after a major scientific breakthrough at the ANU. Exo moons orbiting free floating planets may well have liquid water and the European Union is gearing up to launch it’s first wooden […] The post Alpha Centauri in a Lifetime and…
 
Star Trek: Prodigy has unveiled it’s voice cast, first look images and character details in a press release from the official site. Meanwhile, over on the live action shows, we’ve learnt some new info by scouring social media as LGBTQ+ members of the Discovery cast took part in Outfest last weekend and Eaglemoss is getting […] The post Our First Lo…
 
Back before the lawsuit that changed Star Trek fan film making – April 2016 to be exact – Axanar was an ambitious project that was starting to creep beyond the scope of it’s goals. Alec Peters agreed to beam in for a chat, before realising that we weren’t going to take everything he said at […] The post That Time When Alec Peters Was On Trekzone ap…
 
Professor Andrew Hopkins from Macquarie University beams in to explore the research he and a team of astronomers around the world have just released detailing previously though radio-quiet zones in the Scorpio cluster … the galactic plane. The post Studying the Galactic Plane : Professor Andrew Hopkins on Ground Breaking Research appeared first on …
 
He’s a noted Star Trek audio book producer who got an unsolicited communication from Alec Peters one day who begged for his help in working on the audio adaption of the Axanar screenplay. Emmett Plant beams in to explain how that came about, and what he thinks of the Star Trek fan film… The post Soliciting Work : How Emmett Plant Got Caught Up In A…
 
On this Talkin’ Science – We’re off to Venus, NASA announces two missions to our other planetary neighbour… SpaceX and Axiom Space agree to fly 3 more private astronaut missions to the space station and Jeff Bezos and his brother are going on the first Blue Origin flight. The post We’re Heading Back to Venus as the Bezos Brothers Announce They’ll b…
 
Following MGM’s sale to Amazon for a few billion dollars, rumours swirl about ViacomCBS teaming up with the Peacock. Meanwhile, we’ve got the wrap of Star Trek teases from various outlets and CTV confirms they’ll pickup Prodigy and Strange New Worlds when they release. Plus we’ll detail an Aussie Cubesat’s delayed journey to the Space […] The post …
 
We’re thrilled to be out of the studio for this Talkin’ Science episode. Hypersonix’s Michael Smart sits down with Matt at the University of Queensland to discuss their scramjet engine which is currently going through rigorous testing and will be powered by green hydrogen provided by BOC. The post Next Generation Rocket Engines : Michael Smart on H…
 
For just on a decade, Dr Sarah Pearce has been leading the Space Science division at the CSIRO – Australia’s science agency. Now she’s moving over to the Australian arm of the international Square Kilometer Array. The post Dr Sarah Pearce on Leading Australia’s Contribution to the Square Kilometer Array appeared first on Trekzone.…
 
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