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Multiple realities
(covers information from several alternate timelines)

Starfleet Science (also known as Science Ops or Office of Science Ops) was an agency in Starfleet. This agency was one of the oldest with its origins dating back to the United Earth Starfleet. The agency was located at Fleet Operations Center in San Francisco, Earth, Sol Sector.

Starfleet Science was responsible for developing the theories used in creating the prototypes for the modified polaron emitters that were to be used to expose Gowron as a changeling. They believed that exposure to polaron radiation given off by these emitters would have a destabilizing effect on the changeling's morphogenic matrix forcing him to revert to his natural state. (DS9: "Apocalypse Rising")

In an alternate future timeline, Korena contacted Starfleet Science after Benjamin Sisko, who was trapped in a temporal displacement, fell back into sync with normal time. They intended on sending a team to the Sisko's home as soon as they could, but Benjamin fell back out of sync with normal time before they arrived. (DS9: "The Visitor")

PersonnelEdit

Fleet Operations Center, Sol SectorEdit

In January of 2155, Starfleet officer J. Blalock was a notable member of this agency. She was listed on one of the directory placards at Starfleet Command's Fleet Operations Center, Sol Sector. Her office was located in room #5550. (ENT: "Demons", United Earth directory)

USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-B)Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with the Office of Science Ops on the USS Enterprise-B on stardate 9715.5. (Star Trek Generations)

USS Defiant (NX-74205)Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with Science Ops on the USS Defiant on stardate 47538.5. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

USS Voyager (NCC-74656)Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with Science Ops on the USS Voyager on stardate 48038.5. (Star Trek Generations)

USS Valiant (NCC-74210)Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with Science Ops on the USS Valiant on stardate 49456.5. (DS9: "Valiant")

USS Prometheus (NX-74913)Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with Science Ops on the USS Prometheus on stardate 50749.5. (VOY: "Message in a Bottle")

  • Captain Richard James (previously worked on the Voyager)
  • Louise Dorton (previously worked on the Voyager)
  • Greg Berry
  • Greg Hooper
  • Doctor Rick Sternbach (previously worked on the Defiant and the Voyager)
  • Doctor Michael Okuda (previously worked on the Voyager)
  • Kim Spencer
  • Wendy Drapanas (previously worked on the Voyager)

USS São Paulo (NCC-75633)Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with Science Ops on the USS São Paulo on stardate 52889.3. (DS9: "The Dogs of War")

  • Captain Herman Zimmerman (previously worked on the Defiant and Valiant)
  • Randy McIlvain (previously worked on the Defiant and Valiant)
  • Fritz Zimmerman (previously worked on the Defiant and Valiant)
  • Doctor Michael Okuda (previously worked on the Voyager and the Prometheus)
  • Doug Drexler (previously worked on the Valiant)
  • Anthony Bro (previously worked on the Valiant)
  • Denise Okuda (previously worked on the Defiant and Valiant)
  • Anthony Fredrickson (previously worked on the Defiant)

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