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Digitally Remastered Star Trek Returns for 2007-2008 Season

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Love it or hate it, the digitally remastered original Star Trek series continues this season with the US premiere of "The Galileo Seven" during the weekend of September 15th. The episode first aired in January 1967 and focused on Spock in command of the shuttlecraft Galileo, marooned on a dangerous alien world.

Scotty's infamous transporter wasn't up to snuff in this story, forcing the crew to resort to less romantic transportation. It was the first episode to feature a shuttlecraft and offers brand new visual effects of the Galileo in flight, as well as a rather ominous re-rendering of Murasaki 312, the dangerous space storm that causes Spock and his crew to become almost hopelessly lost.

See the link below for an updated list of stations broadcasting the show this weekend. If you're not quite sure what the fuss is about, Bohus wrote an interesting review when the first episodes of Star Trek:Remastered aired last September. Or you could just follow the jump for a few more pretty pictures...

Star Trek Remastered Station List

The Galileo waits in the newly re-imagined Enterprise hanger deck:

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The Starship Enterprise investigates Murasaki 312, a dangerous yet convenient plot device:

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The Shuttlecraft Galileo, piloted by Spock, is hopelessly lost at planet Taurus II. It's the tiny little speck in the middle of the screen bawling because it can't find mommy:

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