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Old October 26 2013, 02:00 AM   #14
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Re: Why was their not a navigation station?

Was it to make it easier for the directors to compose shots?
Sure it was. Tha same as every bridge set since ST V and VI implemeted those desks so Spock and Uhura not face the wall and shoved the turbolift doors aside.

Kirk's bridge was so that the captain had a view of most instruments from his chair. In Voyager not only the captain but even the very officers (Tuvok and Kim mostly) manning the stations had the screens at their backs. And bars.

I am here to talk about Star Trek and chew bubble gum.
and I'm all outta bubble gum.
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