Star Trek: The Animated Series: Season 1, Episode 11

The Terratin Incident (17 Nov. 1973)

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While on a mapping mission, the Enterprise receives an outdated transmission from the volcanic star Cepheus. A flash of light from the planet passes through the ship and disables all ... See full summary »

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While on a mapping mission, the Enterprise receives an outdated transmission from the volcanic star Cepheus. A flash of light from the planet passes through the ship and disables all dilithium crystals. Soon thereafter, the crew begins to shrink. With no cure in sight, it becomes increasingly difficult for the Starfleet officers to handle the ship's controls. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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This takes place in 2269. See more »

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Early in the story, McCoy mentions that the shrinking of the crew is because the spacing between molecules is decreasing, which is why the crew have the same mass as before; they're just shorter. Then later, it takes 3 engineers to operate the transporter levers. But if they have the same mass (and weight), a single person should still be able to push buttons and move levers. See more »

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Mendant: People of the Enterprise, we have no way to pay the debt we owe. But this at least comes from a meeting of all our numbers: we name you honorary Terratins now and for all time to come.
Mr. Spock: We came rather close to making it more than honorary.
Captain James T. Kirk: Yes. I'd say just about a sixteenth of an inch close.
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References The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) See more »

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