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Display titleGravity in the Re-imagined Series
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Page creatorSpencerian (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation12:35, 11 October 2006
Latest editorJoe Beaudoin Jr. (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit05:00, 21 February 2024
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While the use of artificial gravity in the Re-imagined Series is obvious, there are only two explicit references. One is from the few close-ups of computer displays, where the terms "gravity control" and "synthetic gravity" are shown (upper right corner of the picture to the right). The second is Margaret Edmondson mentioning that the "grav field" is deactivated when she boards a drifting Raptor in the episode "Sine Qua Non."
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