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Happy First Contact Day!

From all of us here at TrekNews.net, we’d like to wish you a happy First Contact Day.

Today, we honor the future flight of Dr. Zefram Cochrane, who in the Star Trek universe, will break the warp barrier on April 5, 2063. That achievement will prompt the Vulcans to make first contact with the human race.

Only 47 years to go!

First Contact

First Contact (photo: Paramount Pictures)

Below is a clip from Star Trek: First Contact, where Dr. Cochrane (played by James Cromwell) makes the fateful flight.

(photos: Paramount Pictures)

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  1. Spock

    April 5, 2016 at 4:27 pm

    “Brake the warp barrier”?? I think you mean “break”.

    • Doug Ng

      April 5, 2016 at 5:10 pm

      ………thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaank you for pointing this out- it was driving me crazy but I always get told off correcting people’s, I mean, human grammar. But Happy First Contact Day anyways!!!!!

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