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    Patrick Stewart "Captain Picard" hero "working" module from Star Trek: First Contact. Patrick Stewart "Captain Picard" hero "working" module from Star Trek: First Contact. (Paramount, 1996) In the opening scenes of Star Trek: First Contact, "Captain Picard" (Patrick Stewart) receives an important transmission on this "Optical Data Net Service Access" module. The device consists of a custom made, gun-metal gray device appearing similar to a laptop computer, measuring 11.5 x 15 in. and constructed of resin and fiberglass. The 10.25 x 7 in. plexiglass LCARS screen remains flat until the 2 x 3 in. white button on front is depressed (in addition to switching on a small toggle switch located at the back of the module), activating an internal rack and pinion mechanism lifting a tooled aluminum arm (projected through a slot cut in the back casing), thereby raising the front LCARS screen panel approximately 70 degrees as seen in the film. The illuminating screen displays a blinking message: "Incoming Transmission" and below that, static illuminated info: "To: Capt. J. L. Picard / USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E / From: Starfleet Command / Command Authorization Required". In operating condition. Panel below allows access to a series of AA and 9v household batteries that power this impressive prop.

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    July, 2013
    28th Sunday
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