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Prove You Know A Warp Drive From A Romulan By Passing This Quiz That’s All About Star Trek!

Since its debut in the 1960s, the Star Trek franchise has captivated the minds of millions of viewers worldwide and may have unintentionally influenced the development of technology in our world. Test your Star Trek knowledge by taking this quiz!

Who was the first creature/person with whom Spock performed the Vulcan mind meld?

Kirk

Mr. Sulu

The robot Nomad

Dr. Simon Van Gelder

Dr. Simon Van Gelder
Due to Dr. Simon Van Gelder’s damaged neurosynapse, Spock used a mind-meld on him. He was a male Human Civilian.

Spock worked under Captain Christopher Pike’s command for a sizable portion of his lengthy and intriguing tenure in Starfleet. On the USS Enterprise, how much time did Spock and Pike actually spend together?

11 years, 5 months, and 4 days

11 years, 4 months, and 5 days

11 years, 11 months and 11 days

12 years

11 years, 4 months, and 5 days
Up to the time Pike was promoted to fleet captain and had to leave his service aboard the Enterprise, he and Spock had numerous adventures together. Captain James T. Kirk took over as captain of the Enterprise at that time, and the rest is history.

In the episode “The Apple,” what was the name of the woman Chekov liked?

Sylvia

Yeoman Martha Landon

Mara

Irina Galliulin

Yeoman Martha Landon
All of the aforementioned women caught Chekov’s attention. He did, however, have a relationship with Yeoman Martha Landon in the episode “The Apple.”

Everyone is familiar with Dr. Leonard Bones McCoy from the Original Series, a surgeon. What additional doctor appears in two more episodes of the show?

Dr. Richard Daystrom

Dr. Katherine Pulaski

Dr. M’Benga

Dr. Clark Terrell

Dr. M’Benga
Booker Bradshaw played Dr. M’Benga, and he featured in the episodes “That Which Survives” and “A Private Little War” of the Original Series.

Surprisingly, Star Trek was successful in the music business as well. Which British group spent two weeks at the top of the charts in 1987 with their single “Star Trekkin”?

Warp 11

The Strokes

The Firm

No Kill I

The Firm
The Firm, a well-known band, released the hit song Star Trekkin in 1987. The song makes fun of the Original Series and even includes voices that are funny parodies of the original Star Trek cast.

One of the most important television programs in history was Star Trek, as is well known. NASA itself was influenced by it. What was the first Space Shuttle orbiter’s name given by NASA?

Enterprise

Star Trek

Vulcan

Spock

Enterprise
The dedication of Trekkies to the Star Trek cause is well recognized. Because of them, NASA gave the U.S.S. Enterprise a homage by naming the first orbiter of the space shuttle “Enterprise.”

In various Star Trek television series, motion pictures, and video games, several actors have played Spock. However, the original Spock depiction stands out above all others. In the Original Series, who portrayed Spock?

Zachary Quinto

Mark Hamill

Leonard Nimoy

Frank Welker

Leonard Nimoy
Many actors have played the role of Spock, but the late Leonard Nimoy is the one who made him famous. Nimoy played Spock in several Star Trek films for over 50 years, starting with the 1964 Original Series pilot and ending with his final film appearance in 2013, Star Trek Into Darkness.

Vulcans are the most technologically advanced and noble race, according to Leonard McCoy. But which of these other alien races do Vulcans have the closest kinship with?

Romulans

Gorn

Kazon

Horta

Romulans
The biological relatives of Vulcans were the humanoid Romulans, who lived on the planet Romulus. In actuality, the Romulan Star Empire was the dominant force in the galaxy by the 24th century.

What is the name of the Klingon foe that Kirk encountered in the Original Series episode “The Trouble with Tribbles”?

Dr. Beverly Crusher

Wesley Crusher

Koloth

Jake Sisko

Koloth
Kirk’s primary foe in the “Trouble with Tribbles” episode is Koloth. He is also regarded as the most renowned Klingon Empire fighter, military leader, and negotiator.

One of Starfleet’s most illustrious and honorific starship captains was James T. Kirk. Where did Kirk reside on Earth?

Ottawa

Colorado

Iowa

Kansas

Iowa
James T. Kirk, who would go on to become famous, was born in Iowa in 2233 and reared there by his parents George and Winona.

Which of these leaders was in charge of snatching Commander Spock’s brain?

James Anders

Kara

Diana Muldaur

Susan Oliver

Kara
In the episode “The Great Teacher,” Commander Spock’s brain was taken by Kara, the Eymorgs’ commander on the planet Sigma. Fortunately, Dr. McCoy was able to undo the surgery and give Spock’s brain back.

James T. Kirk and Dr. Carol Marcus have a son named David. Everyone who is a fan of Star Trek should keep in mind how horrible his passing was. How did he die, though?

He was killed during Project Genesis by a Klingon soldier

James T. Kirk murdered him accidentally

He dies from an exposure to protomatter

He was killed during an undercover mission

He was killed during Project Genesis by a Klingon soldier
Kirk famously screams in sorrow, “You Klingon bastards, you killed my kid,” as soon as he learns that a Klingon trooper stabbed his son on the Genesis Planet.

The cast of “The Man Trap” refers to a particular monster as “the beast.” Fans, though, refer to it by the substance it yearns for. What does the alleged “monster” yearn for?

Salt

Human Blood

Sugar

Bones

Salt
Due to the creature’s inclination toward salt, it was sometimes referred to as the Salt Monster. Although the monster made several false appearances, including Dr. McCoy himself, it didn’t reveal its actual form until the very end!

Spock was young when he was betrothed, as is customary for the Vulcan race. What was the name of his wife?

T’Pel

T’Challa

Uhura

T’Pring

T’Pring
Even though Spock and T’Pring were bound together as youngsters by ancient Vulcan customs, their union was eventually dissolved because of Spock’s rigorous Starfleet job.

In the context of Star Trek, a yeoman serves in a similar fashion to a personal secretary to the commanding officer. Do you remember which yeoman lived in the room 3C 46?

Janice Rand

Syrena Gorde

Leslie Parrish

Dorothy Fontane

Janice Rand
A yeoman functions similarly to the commanding officer’s personal secretary in the Star Trek universe. Do you recall the name of the yeoman who occupied room 3C 46?

Which of the following Star Trek characters is Swahili-speaking?

Tasha Yar

Deanna Troi

Kathryn Janeway

Nyota Uhura

Nyota Uhura
The first time Nyota Uhura was seen was in the episode “The Man Trap.” Her name means “freedom” in Swahili, and she is the only one who speaks it well.

Do you know what Doctor McCoy was called by Captain Kirk?

Doc

Bones

Old Sawbones

Coy

Bones
Leonard McCoy was a skilled surgeon and physician who spent twenty-seven years on board the USS Enterprise. McCoy was referred to as “Bones” by Captain Kirk, and this nick name stuck with all the Trekkies.

Spock is a multi-talented individual having a wide range of interests in things like music, literature, art, and more. However, one of his interests is very well known. What is it?

Vulcan bridge

Three-dimensional chess

Klingon Mahjong

Bass guitar

Three-dimensional chess
It is hardly unexpected that Spock enjoys playing three-dimensional chess given his amazing brain. In numerous episodes of the Original Series, he may be seen battling against both real opponents and computers.

Which Russian Star Trek character, who doesn’t show up until the second season, goes by what name?

James Kirk

Lt. Leslie

Chekov

Lieutenant Ayala

Chekov
Chekov is the name of the Russian character that makes his first appearance in “Amok Time.” He is assigned to the USS Enterprise in the original timeline before she appears on screen. He was a huge fan of the Monkees and the Beatles.

It is revealed in the year 2257 that Michael Burnham, the foster sister of Spock, purchased a special “logical” game to aid Spock in finding the Red Angel. What game is that, exactly?

Poker

Chess

Three-dimensional chess

Kal Toh

Three-dimensional chess
Three-dimensional chess is the most well-known of these games, even though the majority of them are featured in the Original Series. Burnham challenges Spock to a game in the episode “Project Daedalus,” which leads to an argument between the two of them.

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