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Dave Rossi uses Memory Alpha while researching a tricorder prop in mid-2006, during preparation for the 40 Years of Star Trek: The Collection auction. A polaron emitter prop is sitting next to the laptop. As seen in The History Channel's documentary Star Trek: Beyond the Final Frontier.

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  • Dave Rossi

    Real World article (written from a Production point of view) Dave Rossi Birth name: David Frank...

  • Polaron emitter

    The polaron emitter was a device that was modified by Starfleet Science in the 2370s as a way of...

  • Star Trek: Beyond the Final Frontier

    For the episode guide, see Beyond the Final Frontier. Real World article (written from a...

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current01:23, July 23, 2015Thumbnail for version as of 01:23, July 23, 2015716 × 364 (248 KB)Lava Lander (Talk | contribs)
07:32, April 21, 2010Thumbnail for version as of 07:32, April 21, 2010512 × 311 (49 KB)Bp (Talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 13:02, February 21, 2007, new version doesn't show the polaron emitter
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13:02, February 21, 2007Thumbnail for version as of 13:02, February 21, 2007512 × 311 (49 KB)Bp (Talk | contribs)Dave Rossi uses ''Memory Alpha'' while researching a tricorder prop in preparation for the 40 Years of Star Trek: The Collection auction. As seen in the History Channel's documentary Star Trek: Beyond the Final Frontier. {{imagefairu

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