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Star Trek Enterprise 1964 Model Restored

by Lambert Varias

The National Air and Space Museum recently finished its two-year restoration of the original USS Enterprise model used in the first Star Trek TV series. Donated by Paramount Pictures in 1974, the nearly 52-year old 11 foot-long model used to be on display at the musuem’s gift shop. The museum elected to restore it before moving it to a more prominent location, the Boeing Milestones of Flight Hall.

You can find out more about the model’s restoration on NPR, the museum’s website as well as on TrekCore’s YouTube channel.

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