Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Shaw, Apr 15, 2009.
That could have been a very small moon.
Except the planet looks as if it has a very thick atmosphere, a little moon is too light to hold rings, the objects in the rings would be clearly visible, and the planet and it's possible other moons would mess up the rings.
"thats no moon..."
Pike (out of breath): "The ship is too big. If I walk, the movie will be over."
Coulda been a small gas giant.
I'm pretty sure there is no such thing. they are called giants for a reason
Then it was a computer rendering error.
Nu-ah, nu-ah! It's on screen! It's canon! Clearly, at some point during its continuing journey through the Delta Quadrant, the Voyager turned humongous. Yet somehow, its gravitational-pull remained tiny. And see this every week, in the same place...they must have been stuck in some kind of temporal causality loop. This would also explain the re-runs. But they never discovered it during the course of the show - that's canon too. ...Those poor people.
Didn't spend too much time on it. It's sorta meh.
It's not a reflection but a glow (stimulated photon emission after electron excitation at the surfaces of ring fragments caused by Voyager's Bussard collectors).
^ Excellent, Mike!
The IDIC is a nice touch.
^^ It's worrying how much Shatner suits that hair!
James Tiberius Garfunkel thanks you for your support.
Here's a two-for-one Trek photoshopping deal:
Here's a comparison between my reenginered Abramsprise (top) and the plain old Abramsprise (bottom).
I like your reengineered one much better.
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