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The starship Exeter (NCC-1706), captained by John Q. Garrovik (played by James Culhane). The first episode, ‘The Savage Empire’ came out in 2003. The second, ‘The Tressaurian Intersection’ was released in five parts from 2004 to 2014.
Star Trek: Aurora
Star Trek: Aurora follows the exploits of captain Kara Carpenter and her new (and only) Vulcan first mate T'Ling on their tiny merchanter cargo ship Aurora. This fully CG-animated movie is set just after the original Star Trek series in a lawless sector of space, where Kara and T'Ling engage in their marginal venture while trying to both turn a profit and stay out of trouble, but even in the vastness of space, trouble is never far away...
Based on the original series of Star Trek featuring the crew of the U.S.S. Farragut, a Constitution-class Starship (NCC-1647) commanded by Captain John T. Carter, and takes place during the time of Captain James T. Kirk of the Starship Enterprise (NCC-1701).
Sharship Farragut: The Animated Episodes
An animated series in the style of the Star Trek Animated Series, featuring the crew of the U.S.S. Farragut, a Constitution-class Starship (NCC-1647) commanded by Captain John T. Carter, and takes place during the time of Captain James T. Kirk of the Starship Enterprise (NCC-1701).
Star Trek Continues
What happens when you throw a rag-tag team of entertainment professionals, who also happen to be HUGE Star Trek fans, together? Vic Mignogna and team are proud to be part of Star Trek history with the fan production aimed at completing the final two years of the original 5-year mission.
Star Trek: Phase II
Originally named Star Trek: New Voyages. Continuing the five-year mission, with James Crawley playing James T. Kirk and George Takei and Walter Koenig appearing as guest stars in two episodes. With recent episodes they have started incorporating design elements bridging the transition between TOS and The Motion Picture.