Saturday, March 05, 2011

Pleiades Going Boldly

Star Trek Sci Fi Blog has undergone some minor metamorphosis. You may have noticed that I've changed the previous header image which displayed the starship USS Defiant NCC 1764 in favour of a bright starry cluster with the USS Enterprise NCC 1701 making a quick getaway. What do you think of it? How I wish I was aboard but thats another story. I must point out readers, that Star Trek Sci Fi Blog's fresh lively look came about after much deliberate consideration. I'm glad you're enjoying yourselves. The new header image illustrates the Pleiades star cluster located in the constellation Tarus. I am indebted to my comrade Nova Dove for sending "Pleiades" to me.

Its a thrill to see Pleiades stars sparkling on Star Trek - Sci Fi blog. Hopefully with a few more minor course adjustments the USS Enterprise NCC 1701 will be ship shape and ready to rock the galaxy. I used to lift the Enterprise into Pleiades. Despite my best attempts with the pixel configuration the USS Enterprise NCC 1701 sleek edges are looking pretty shoddy but judge for yourselves. I suspect Captain Kirk might confine me to quarters for treating the Enterprise so woefully. (Theoretically.)

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The odds are against us and the situation is grim, full speed ahead Scotty!

Live Long and Prosper, Trekkers and Trekkies.

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