Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by The Illusive Man, Oct 28, 2013.
SISKO: I don't know how to take that.
DAX: Consider it a compliment. And the next time I go off half-cocked on some wild-eyed adventure, think back to this moment and be a little more understanding.
Worf: Recalibrate phaser banks 1 and 2.
Dax: Initialize starboard and port thrusters.
(Nog gets a message over his special hand-held communicator.)
NOG: Captain. Ops has cleared us for departure.
Sisko: Very well. Engine Room, stand by impulse power.
NOG: Engine Room, Bridge.
[Defiant - Engineering]
Nog [OC]: Stand by impulse power.
O'Brien: Stand by impulse power. Stand by to increase Deuterium injection rate. Configure driver coils for Impulse speed. Set EPS taps at level 3.
SISKO: Ops, seal the airlock and release docking clamps.
KIRA: Close exterior hatches, depressurise the airlock. Detach umbilicals, clear all moorings.
SISKO: Thrusters at station keeping.
Dax: Initialize deflector field.
Kira: Docking clamps released.
Sisko: Helm. Ease us out.
DAX: Port and starboard thrusters at one quarter. Bearing one eight zero mark zero.
The Defiant makes its 180 degree turn, but keeps turning...
Dax: Hold at 5 degrees pitch.
Kira: We're coming around too fast.
Actually left out some dialogue...
DAX: Port and starboard thrusters at one quarter. Bearing one eight zero mark zero. (the Defiant pulls out in reverse)
KIRA: Distance from docking ring, fifty meters. Sixty, seventy, eighty.
SISKO: Bring us about, old man.
DAX: Hard to port. Ten degrees pitch. Minimal power to the aft thrusters. Let the momentum bring us around.
(Defiant does a one-eighty but keeps turning to a three sixty.)
DAX: Hold at five degrees pitch.
KIRA: We're coming around too fast.
DAX: I see it. Ease off on the port thrusters. Pitch back to zero degrees.
^thanks I totally botched that.
Kira: We're starting to roll.
DAX: Pulse the starboard thrusters. Point five second bursts.
Sisko: Engine Room. Helm control is sluggish. Re-align the Navigational Gyros.
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