The Original Starship Enterprise Has Been Restored to Its Former Glory

The original on-screen model for Star Trek’s USS Enterprise is back in action—as much as being on display in a museum can be “action” for a spaceship. But after a long process of restoration, the ship has finally been made available for public viewing again, just in time for the show’s 50th anniversary.

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I Had a Lot of Fun Repeatedly Crashing this Flying USS Enterprise (Don't Tell Starfleet)

Having made drones easy enough for even a child to fly, Spin Master has taken one of its quadcopters—which impressed us in the past—and turned it into a flying version of Star Trek’s USS Enterprise. You don’t need any Starfleet training to take the controls, but you will want to spend a bit of time practicing piloting…

You Don't Need any Starfleet Training to Fly This Star Trek USS Enterprise Drone

With umpteen different Star Wars movies enroute, it’s understandable that Star Trek fans might be feeling a little left out. But 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the franchise, and to help celebrate Spin Master has turned its popular quadcopter drones into a flying version of the USS Enterprise.

Wonderful U.S.S. Enterprise Sushi Set Includes Warp Trail Chopsticks

If you're in the business of designing and selling novelty chopstick sets, you might as well pack up and close down shop now because no one will ever be able to top this U.S.S. Enterprise set that ThinkGeek has created. The BPA-free plastic chopsticks look like glowing blue warp trails coming out of its engines, and…

ThinkGeek's Made Its Flying U.S.S. Enterprise Frisbee Prank a Real Toy

ThinkGeek's annual crop of April Fools' Day prank products are not only great because the company puts so much time and effort into making them see as real as possible, but also because they often end up as products you can actually buy. The latest to go from prank to purchasable is that U.S.S. Enterprise flying disc

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