Star Trek: Enterprise: Season 2, Episode 24

First Flight (14 May 2003)
"Enterprise" First Flight (original title)

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Capt. Archer recounts the story of a Warp engine test to T'Pol.

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Enterprise receives word that Captain A.G. Robinson died in an accident. Archer and T'Pol take a shuttle to confirm a dark matter nebula that has yet to be discovered. Enroute to the nebula, Archer recalls the beginnings of Starfleet's NX program, including an unauthorized adventure with Robinson, Tucker and himself. Written by Meribor

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Mount McKinley is mentioned. McKinley would later be the name of the Starfleet shipbuilding and repair facility in Earth orbit called Earth Station McKinley, which is where the Enterprise-D docked in Star Trek: The Next Generation: Family (1990). See more »

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During take-off of the NX Beta exhaust can be seen coming from warp nacelles instead of impulse and/or rocket exhaust port. See more »

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Ruby: [trying to comfort Archer] They'll need a pilot for the next flight.
Commander Jonathan Archer: D'you remember what Buzz Aldrin said when he stepped on the moon?
Ruby: No.
Commander Jonathan Archer: Nobody does. Because Armstrong went first.
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References Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) See more »

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The Robinson Nebula
28 January 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

While going to investigate a huge dark matter, Captain Archer receives a message from Admiral Forrest informing that A.G. had died in Mount McKinley. T'Pol uses the Starfleet Rules to make companion to the grieving Archer in the shuttle pod and he tells the story of Captain A.G. Robinson and the Starfleet's NX program, when the warp engine developed by his father was tested for the first time. After a failure in his mission with the destruction of the prototype and shutdown of the program pressed by the Vulcans, Robinson helped Archer and Trip in an unauthorized flight with the second prototype.

"First Flight" is a nice episode where the test of the warp is tested for the first time successfully reaching warp 2.5, after an initial problem. What I like most is the last line of T'Pol dedicating the discovered nebula to Robinson. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Primeiro Vôo" ("First Flight")


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