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Star Trek concept art and history
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    Andrew Probert provided the rationale for the refit Enterprise's cargo and landing bays based on Mike Minor's designs.

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    Andrew Probert allocated many windows of the Enterprise-D model for observation and lounge areas.

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    The appearance of the refit Enterprise's bridge combined the input of half a dozen designers and director Robert Wise.

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    The space office that first appeared in Star Trek: The Motion Picture would be refurbished numerous times.

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    Gareth John Williams brings to live Andrew Probert's sketches for the Galaxy class' medical bay.

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    Andrew Probert and Rick Sternbach designed three different shuttlecraft for the series.

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    The design of the drydock that first appeared in Star Trek: The Motion Picture originated in the aborted second Star Trek television series, Phase II. When the script for what was supposed to be the series’ pilot episode, “In Thy Image,” called for a drydock, illustrator Mike Minor came up with a design that closely […]

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    Andrew Probert hated using footage from the movies, because it implied a spacedock at least twice the size.

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    It wasn't until late in the design process that Andrew Probert was told the Enterprise-D needed to be able to split in two.

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    The Enterprise-D battle bridge used the same set as the Enterprise bridge from the movies.