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Star Trek will be honored by the Television Academy and receive the Governors Award in recognition of its storied legacy in advancing science, society, and culture. The award will be presented during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony on 8 September 2018. 
28 August 2018
The filmmakers of the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind are offering fans the chance to "sponsor" a clip from DS9 in High Definition. The documentary originally planned to remaster five minutes of clips but could have all twenty minutes of clips remastered in high definition for the documentary. Dennis McCarthy and Kevin Kiner have also been announced as the composers of the documentary score. 
The Battle of Cardassia was the final battle of the Dominion War, fought in late 2375. The Federation Alliance, the forces of the United Federation of Planets, the Klingon Empire, and the Romulan Star Empire, launched an invasion of the Dominion-held Cardassian Union, with the goal of capturing the Dominion's capital on Cardassia Prime. The battle would ultimately lead to the Dominion's unconditional surrender of all forces in the Alpha Quadrant.
The events of the battle must also be considered alongside concurrent events on Cardassia Prime in the final stages of the Cardassian Rebellion, led by Legate Damar. The sabotage committed by the Cardassian insurgents played an important role in disrupting Dominion communications and support behind the front lines, and ultimately led to the Cardassian military switching sides. Before the battle was over, however, more than 800 million Cardassian civilians would be killed by Dominion genocide, leaving the once-proud capital planet in ruins.