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New Pictures from the USS Voyager
Every week brings us closer to launching the new USS Voyager at Renaissance Academy, a public K-9 charter school in Lehi, Utah. Alex and Brent Anderson are regular fixtures at Renaissance. I'm naming them the Starship Voyager's first two permanent crewmembers as recognition for the outstanding, all volunteer work they've done in building the simulator. They are onboard nearly every day after school wiring the Voyager's innards so the ship will have lights, sound, brig and sick bay force fields, cameras, and smoke - for when the need arises. Remember, this is done after they finish long working days at Blender Bottle.
The front bridge of the USS Voyager.
Brent installing the Voyager's back bridge lighting.
Alex changed the tiered bridge ceiling's lighting for me.
Alex was installing the Voyager's lower bridge platform lights.
A cool picture showing Brent on the back bridge and the ramped hallway (left) leading to the bridge from the transporter.
And back to normal. That strange fellow at the front is the Great Fish himself, David Kyle Herring.
Kyle supervised and did much of the building of the Space Center's Galileo, Magellan, and Phoenix simulators.
If you're between the ages of 10 and 17 and like space, science, programming, and technology all mixed with a health dose of science fiction visit Project Voyager's website and become a cadet. Now is the time. New cadet squadrons will be forming in October for this school year's Long Duration Missions.