Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Tuskin38, Feb 14, 2023.
With the Titan-A going between the pylons, and the wormhole opening and closing.
That would be very cool.
Really, How did you find this out? I don't seem to be able to find it anywhere.
Fascist Cardassian Eyesore... ...
OMG yes I would love to see the Titan fly around Deep Space Nine II!!!
It wouldn't be that DS9.
How do you know? Terry can do whatever the hell he wants.
Because that's not the DS9 everyone is familiar with.
There has been a lot shown on screen over the past few years that no one is familiar with.
Yes but the creators of this season are all about nostalgia. They wouldn't outright redesign such an iconic space station.
The chances of them using the Litverse DS9 2.0 are so low it’s practically a negative number.
They did redesign an iconic ship before
Doesn't "because it's 2023" apply to DS9 as well?
But we do know that a lot of time has passed since we last saw Deep Space Nine on screen, so it could look a *bit* different. It may have some extra additions and augmentations such as in the cases of Earth Starbase 1, Utopia Planetia and Daystrom Station (which is an adapted familiar design). We have no idea what DS9 has been though over the past 20 years, all that we know is that Quark now has a galaxy spanning franchise like McDonalds so his bar, Dabo rooms and holosuites may have expanded to fill a larger floor space on the promenade.
If they do visit Deep Space Nine I hope that we also get to see Leeta, though she may be with Grand Nagus Rom on Feranginar and not DS9.
The creative team of PIC Season 3 didn't.
It won't if it appears at all.
Tomorrow Gates Mcfadden will be interviewed on the Shuttlepod show with Connor Trinneer and Dominic Keating.
Surely DS9 must have ‘rusted’ a little bit over the decades at least, weathered by the occasional plasma storm?
I suspect the station is something of a museum maintained by the Bajorans. A new hub station identical to Yorktown has been installed by the wormhole to facilitate exchanges with the Gamma Quadrant. As much as I love Deep Space Nine, and it served its purpose beautifully, it really is too small a station to encompass the vast amount of traffic coming and going through the passage. And the canvas of streaming Trek (Stream Trek), has become a whole lot bigger--Star Bases shown are vast and luminous with a newfound wealth of real estate that befits their construction.
On screen, it is easy to visualize a ship's approach to DS9, where the station looks like the one we know and love (except you Shaxs!). The ship moves over the habitat ring and pylons, and in the distance we see a pale blue dot in the distance by the opening wormhole that becomes larger and larger as the ship gets closer. It soon fills the screen, and we see it is a gigantic multi-cultural city enclosed in a shimmering globe of green and blue reflecting the water and forests within. Millions of people from three Quadrants live inside harmoniously...
Why would it?
They may have refitted it by now, with Starfleet LCARS and Majel's voice talking to the engineers.
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