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The Star Trek: The Next Generation® Technical Manual, written by Rick Sternbach and Michael Okuda, the technical advisors to Star Trek: The Next Generation, provides a comprehensive schematization of a Galaxy-class starship. From the bridge to the shuttlebays, from the transporter room to crews' quarters, this book provides a never-before-seen glimpse at the inner, intricate workings of the most incredible starship ever conceived.
Full of diagrams, technical schematics, and ship's plans, the Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual also takes a detailed look at the principles behind Star Trek®'s awesome technology -- from phasers to warp drive to the incredible holodeck.
Rich Sternbach is a Hugo and Emmy Award-winning visual artist with extensive film and television experience. Famous for his work on Star Trek, he has been responsible for a number of starship designs. He co-wrote the Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual and the Deep Space Nine Technical Manual.
I never do reviews like this, but I was so disappointed with this purchase that I had to. I used to have the first printing of this book and it was great. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
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This is a great fun book for an Trek fan. It's written the the producers of Star Trek The Next Generation from the vantage point of it being an actual field... Read more
I figure I must have a very early copy, bought in England many, many moons ago. I still have it and read from time to time. Read morePublished 6 months ago by A. Lockley
Adding my voice hoping to bring down the star rating. I have the EXACT same story as the other 1 star raters. Had the original book from the 90s. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bobby D
If you are a fan of Star Trek: The Next Generation and a tech head, "Star Trek The Next Generation: Technical Manual" is a must. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sheldon Carpenter
Well written and full of descriptions of 1701-D. Any fan of this now classic tv show would find this book welcomed into their home.Published 8 months ago by Rev. F. Anthony Claxton