The line, "To boldly go where no man has gone before" was hijacked verbatim from a 1957 White House booklet on space exploration. It is one of the more famous examples of a split infinitive and is grammatically incorrect.
The founding members of the Federation were Vulcan, Andorian, Tellarite, and Human.
Roddenberry originally named the star ship 'Enterprise' the 'Yorktown'.
Gene Roddenberry had intended his new female communications officer to be called "Lieutenant Sulu". Herb Solow pointed out how similar this was to "Zulu" and thought it might act against the plan for racial diversity in the show, so the name Sulu remained with George Takei's character.
"Uhura" comes from the Swahili word uhuru, meaning "freedom". Nichols states in her book 'Beyond Uhura' that the name was inspired by her having had with her a copy of Robert Ruark's book Uhuru on the day she read for the part.
Spock was born in 2230, in the city of Shi'Kahr on the planet Vulcan. His father is well-known Vulcan ambassador Sarek and his mother is Amanda Grayson, a human teacher. Serving as an outstanding Starfleet officer for decades and later as an ambassador, Spock was probably the most famous Vulcan-Human hybrid in history.
During his childhood, Spock was often teased by other children for being "not fully-Vulcan". He often sought his mother's care and advise in those days. He had a pet Sehlat called I'Chaya. At the age of seven, Spock took the Kash'Wah ordeal in the desert. During...
The Original Star Trek Box features three cds, each disc containing music from two episodes from the series.
CD1 features score from the original pilot episode 'The Cage', featuring Captain Christopher Pike. Then it goes on from 'Where No Man Has Gone Before', featuring everyone's favourite Captain, James T Kirk.