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  • 1. 

    In "Star Trek", Spock debates whether to participate in which ritual?

    • A.

      Kali-Fi

    • B.

      Pon Farr

    • C.

      Kolinahr

    • D.

      Kan-Telan

    Correct Answer
    C. Kolinahr
    Explanation
    Spock debates whether to participate in the ritual of Kolinahr in "Star Trek". Kolinahr is a Vulcan ritual that involves purging all remaining emotions and achieving complete logic. Spock, being a half-human, half-Vulcan, struggles with his emotions and the decision to undergo Kolinahr, as it would mean completely suppressing his human side. This internal conflict is a recurring theme in Spock's character development throughout the "Star Trek" series.

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  • 2. 

    Which character in "Star Trek" is initially assigned to the USS Farragut instead of the Enterprise?

    • A.

      Spock

    • B.

      Uhura

    • C.

      McCoy

    • D.

      Kirk

    Correct Answer
    B. Uhura
    Explanation
    Uhura is initially assigned to the USS Farragut instead of the Enterprise. This is evident in the Star Trek series where Uhura is shown serving as a communications officer aboard the USS Farragut before being transferred to the Enterprise. The other characters mentioned, Spock, McCoy, and Kirk, are all associated with the Enterprise from the beginning.

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  • 3. 

    Which character in "Star Trek" comes up with a plan to hide the Enterprise in the gravity field of the planet Titan?

    • A.

      Chekov

    • B.

      Spock

    • C.

      Sulu

    • D.

      Kirk

    Correct Answer
    A. Chekov
    Explanation
    In the "Star Trek" series, Chekov is known for his resourcefulness and quick thinking. In the episode mentioned, Chekov comes up with a plan to hide the Enterprise in the gravity field of the planet Titan. His plan demonstrates his ability to think outside the box and find innovative solutions to challenging situations.

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  • 4. 

    In "Star Trek", Ambassador Spock commands what ship?

    • A.

      The Stingray

    • B.

      The Jellyfish

    • C.

      The Narwhal

    • D.

      The Dolphin

    Correct Answer
    B. The Jellyfish
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek", Ambassador Spock commands the ship called The Jellyfish.

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  • 5. 

    In "Star Trek", the villainous Nero tries to destroy Earth by drilling into the planet near which landmark?

    • A.

      Golden Gate Bridge

    • B.

      Ayers Rock

    • C.

      Mount Fuji

    • D.

      The Great Pyramid of Giza

    Correct Answer
    A. Golden Gate Bridge
    Explanation
    In the movie "Star Trek", the villainous Nero attempts to destroy Earth by drilling into the planet near the Golden Gate Bridge. This landmark, located in San Francisco, is a symbol of the city and a well-known tourist attraction. The choice of the Golden Gate Bridge as the target for destruction adds dramatic tension to the story and showcases the iconic nature of the landmark.

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  • 6. 

    "Star Trek: Into Darkness" opens on which planet?

    • A.

      Nibiru

    • B.

      Alatu

    • C.

      Bililu

    • D.

      Chinnu

    Correct Answer
    A. Nibiru
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek: Into Darkness," the movie opens on the planet Nibiru. This is the correct answer because Nibiru is the name of the planet where the initial mission takes place in the movie. The other options, Alatu, Bililu, and Chinnu, are not mentioned or featured in the movie, making Nibiru the only plausible answer.

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  • 7. 

    Which Earth prison is destroyed during the events of "Star Trek: Into Darkness"?

    • A.

      Alcatraz

    • B.

      Attica

    • C.

      Sing-Sing

    • D.

      San Quentin

    Correct Answer
    A. Alcatraz
    Explanation
    In the movie "Star Trek: Into Darkness," the Earth prison that is destroyed is Alcatraz. This is revealed during a key action sequence in the film when the villain attacks and destroys the prison, causing chaos and allowing dangerous prisoners to escape. Alcatraz is a famous prison located on an island in San Francisco Bay, known for its high security and housing notorious criminals. Its destruction adds to the urgency and danger faced by the characters in the movie.

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  • 8. 

    At the end of "Star Trek: Into Darkness", The Enterprise begins a deep-space mission of what length?

    • A.

      12 Years

    • B.

      5 Years

    • C.

      3 Years

    • D.

      10 Years

    Correct Answer
    B. 5 Years
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek: Into Darkness," at the end of the movie, The Enterprise begins a deep-space mission of 5 years. This means that the crew will be traveling and exploring space for a period of 5 years. This length of time is significant as it allows the crew to embark on long-term missions, encounter new civilizations, and continue their mission of boldly going where no one has gone before.

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  • 9. 

    At the end of "Star Trek: Into Darkness", Scotty compares the ship's engines to what kind of animal?

    • A.

      Eagle

    • B.

      Kitten

    • C.

      Puppy

    • D.

      Cougar

    Correct Answer
    B. Kitten
    Explanation
    In the movie "Star Trek: Into Darkness", Scotty compares the ship's engines to a kitten. This comparison suggests that the ship's engines are small, cute, and perhaps delicate, just like a kitten. It implies that the engines require care and attention, similar to how one would handle a small and vulnerable animal. This comparison adds a touch of humor and lightness to the scene, contrasting with the intense and action-packed nature of the movie.

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  • 10. 

    What is the name of Khan's ship in "Star Trek: Into Darkness"?

    • A.

      Vengeance

    • B.

      Retaliation

    • C.

      Retribution

    • D.

      Revenge

    Correct Answer
    A. Vengeance
    Explanation
    In the movie "Star Trek: Into Darkness," Khan's ship is named Vengeance. This ship plays a significant role in the plot, as Khan uses it as a weapon to seek revenge on those who wronged him. The name "Vengeance" accurately reflects Khan's motivations and the destructive nature of his actions throughout the film.

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  • 11. 

    Which admiral is the Head of Starfleet in "Star Trek: Into Darkness"?

    • A.

      Alexander Marcus

    • B.

      Michael Cannon

    • C.

      Stephen Pinker

    • D.

      Owen Latrobe

    Correct Answer
    A. Alexander Marcus
    Explanation
    In the movie "Star Trek: Into Darkness," the character Alexander Marcus is portrayed as the Head of Starfleet. This can be inferred from the question that asks for the admiral who holds this position in the film. The other options listed are not mentioned or depicted in the movie, making Alexander Marcus the correct answer.

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  • 12. 

    In "Star Trek: Into Darkness", what is Khan's full name?

    • A.

      Khan Noonien Singh

    • B.

      Khan Erin Ra

    • C.

      Khan Maran Nim

    • D.

      Khan Halun Tell

    Correct Answer
    A. Khan Noonien Singh
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Khan Noonien Singh. In the movie "Star Trek: Into Darkness," Khan is portrayed as a genetically-engineered superhuman who becomes a major antagonist. His full name is Khan Noonien Singh, which is an important aspect of his character's backstory and identity.

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  • 13. 

    In "Star Trek: Into Darkness", what is the name of Starfleet's Black Ops division?

    • A.

      Company 31

    • B.

      Brigade 31

    • C.

      Agency 31

    • D.

      Section 31

    Correct Answer
    D. Section 31
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek: Into Darkness", the name of Starfleet's Black Ops division is Section 31.

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  • 14. 

    Which character in "Star Trek: Into Darkness" is the captain of the USS Bradbury?

    • A.

      Bill Nelson

    • B.

      Kyle Martindale

    • C.

      Frank Abbott

    • D.

      Travis Farley

    Correct Answer
    C. Frank Abbott
    Explanation
    Frank Abbott is the captain of the USS Bradbury in "Star Trek: Into Darkness". This information is not explicitly stated in the question, but it can be inferred based on the given options. The other three options, Bill Nelson, Kyle Martindale, and Travis Farley, are not mentioned in relation to being the captain of the USS Bradbury. Therefore, by process of elimination, Frank Abbott is the only logical choice for the correct answer.

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  • 15. 

    What is the homeworld of the Klingons in "Star Trek: Into Darkness"?

    • A.

      Ko'roS

    • B.

      Qo'noS

    • C.

      Ba'raS

    • D.

      Me'ruS

    Correct Answer
    B. Qo'noS
    Explanation
    Qo'noS is the correct answer because it is the homeworld of the Klingons in the movie "Star Trek: Into Darkness." In the Star Trek universe, Qo'noS is the home planet of the Klingon species and is often depicted as a harsh and militaristic world. It is a key location in the series and plays a significant role in Klingon culture and politics.

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  • 16. 

    In "Star Trek: Into Darkness", Scotty finds a shipyard on which planet?

    • A.

      Uranus

    • B.

      Jupiter

    • C.

      Saturn

    • D.

      Neptune

    Correct Answer
    B. Jupiter
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek: Into Darkness," Scotty finds a shipyard on Jupiter. This is revealed in the movie when Scotty and Kirk discover a secret facility hidden within Jupiter's atmosphere, where the villain Khan has been building advanced starships. Jupiter's massive size and strong gravitational pull make it an ideal location for a hidden shipyard, as it would be difficult for others to detect or access.

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  • 17. 

    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", what is the name of the Federation listening post commanded by Commander Branch?

    • A.

      Delta IX

    • B.

      Gamma IX

    • C.

      Epsilon IX

    • D.

      Sigma IX

    Correct Answer
    C. Epsilon IX
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture," the Federation listening post commanded by Commander Branch is named Epsilon IX.

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  • 18. 

    Which character in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" is a science officer for the Enterprise?

    • A.

      Comnander Wyatt

    • B.

      Commander Flynn

    • C.

      Commander Sonak

    • D.

      Commander Shalim

    Correct Answer
    C. Commander Sonak
    Explanation
    Commander Sonak is the correct answer because he is the science officer for the Enterprise in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture." The other options, Commander Wyatt, Commander Flynn, and Commander Shalim, are not specifically mentioned as science officers in the movie.

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  • 19. 

    At the beginning of "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", Captain Kirk is on his way to a meeting with which admiral?

    • A.

      Admiral Nogura

    • B.

      Admiral Stamos

    • C.

      Admiral Crosby

    • D.

      Admiral Ryan

    Correct Answer
    A. Admiral Nogura
    Explanation
    In the beginning of "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", Captain Kirk is headed to a meeting with Admiral Nogura.

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  • 20. 

    Before resuming command of the Enterprise in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", Kirk served in what position?

    • A.

      Chief of Starfleet Recruitment

    • B.

      Chief of Starfleet Operations

    • C.

      Chief of Starfleet Research

    • D.

      Chief of Starfleet Intelligence

    Correct Answer
    B. Chief of Starfleet Operations
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture," Kirk served in the position of Chief of Starfleet Operations. This can be inferred from the question, which asks about Kirk's position before resuming command of the Enterprise. Since "Chief of Starfleet Operations" is the only option related to a position within Starfleet, it is the correct answer.

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  • 21. 

    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", Kirk briefs his crew on the dangerous cloud on which of the Enterprise's decks?

    • A.

      Command Deck

    • B.

      Engineering Deck

    • C.

      Recreation Deck

    • D.

      Science Deck

    Correct Answer
    C. Recreation Deck
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", Kirk briefs his crew on the dangerous cloud on the Recreation Deck of the Enterprise.

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  • 22. 

    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", how large is the dangerous "power field" across?

    • A.

      82 Astronomical Units

    • B.

      82 Parsecs

    • C.

      82 Miles

    • D.

      82 Light Years

    Correct Answer
    A. 82 Astronomical Units
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", the dangerous "power field" is said to be 82 Astronomical Units in size. An Astronomical Unit is the average distance between the Earth and the Sun, approximately 93 million miles. Therefore, the power field is incredibly vast, extending over a distance of about 7.7 billion miles. This emphasizes the immense scale and potential threat posed by the power field in the movie.

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  • 23. 

    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", Lieutenant Ilia is a member of which species?

    • A.

      Deltan

    • B.

      Zetan

    • C.

      Omegan

    • D.

      Betan

    Correct Answer
    A. Deltan
    Explanation
    Lieutenant Ilia is a member of the Deltan species in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture". This can be inferred from the fact that she possesses the physical characteristics and abilities associated with Deltans, such as their distinctive bald appearance and heightened empathic abilities. Additionally, her role as a navigator on the starship Enterprise aligns with the Deltan's reputation for being skilled in navigation and piloting.

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  • 24. 

    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", what does Dr. McCoy say was "a casualty" of the near-disaster in a wormhole?

    • A.

      His Eyes

    • B.

      His Heart

    • C.

      His Wits

    • D.

      His Nose

    Correct Answer
    C. His Wits
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", Dr. McCoy states that "a casualty" of the near-disaster in a wormhole was his wits. This implies that the intense experience in the wormhole had a negative impact on his mental faculties or ability to think clearly.

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  • 25. 

    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", McCoy compares his new medical facilities to "working in" what?

    • A.

      A Computer Center

    • B.

      A Morgue

    • C.

      A Museum

    • D.

      A Pig Sty

    Correct Answer
    A. A Computer Center
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", McCoy compares his new medical facilities to "working in" a computer center. This comparison suggests that the new medical facilities are highly advanced and technologically advanced, similar to a computer center. It implies that McCoy's new medical facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and resources, enabling him to provide advanced medical care to the crew members.

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  • 26. 

    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", the Voyager 6 probe became V'Ger after passing through what?

    • A.

      A Magnetic Storm

    • B.

      A Black Hole

    • C.

      A Wormhole

    • D.

      A Sun

    Correct Answer
    B. A Black Hole
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture," the Voyager 6 probe became V'Ger after passing through a black hole. This transformation is a significant plot point in the movie. The intense gravitational forces and unknown phenomena inside the black hole caused the probe to evolve and gain immense power, eventually becoming the entity known as V'Ger.

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  • 27. 

    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", who does Kirk leave in command of the Enterprise while he is on the island?

    • A.

      Chekov

    • B.

      Decker

    • C.

      Sulu

    • D.

      Spock

    Correct Answer
    C. Sulu
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek: The Motion Picture," Kirk leaves Sulu in command of the Enterprise while he is on the island. This means that Sulu is responsible for overseeing the operations and decision-making on the starship in Kirk's absence.

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  • 28. 

    In "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan", Khan quotes which classic novel to Kirk?

    • A.

      To Kill a Mockingbird

    • B.

      A Tale of Two Cities

    • C.

      Moby Dick

    • D.

      The Sun Also Rises

    Correct Answer
    C. Moby Dick
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan", Khan quotes the classic novel Moby Dick to Kirk. This is a reference to the character Khan's obsession with revenge, similar to Captain Ahab's obsession with hunting down the whale in Moby Dick. The quote serves to highlight Khan's determination and single-mindedness in his pursuit of revenge against Kirk.

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  • 29. 

    Which character undergoes the Kobayashi Maru test at the start of "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan"?

    • A.

      Burdette

    • B.

      Saavik

    • C.

      Owens

    • D.

      Terrell

    Correct Answer
    B. Saavik
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan," Saavik is the character who undergoes the Kobayashi Maru test at the start of the movie. The Kobayashi Maru test is a training exercise designed to assess the character's ability to handle a no-win scenario. Saavik's performance in this test demonstrates her skills and decision-making abilities as a Starfleet officer.

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  • 30. 

    In "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan", Chekov finds a shuttlecraft from which vessel?

    • A.

      USS Wake Island

    • B.

      USS John Adams

    • C.

      USS Trafalgar

    • D.

      USS Botany Bay

    Correct Answer
    D. USS Botany Bay
    Explanation
    In "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan", Chekov finds a shuttlecraft from the USS Botany Bay. The USS Botany Bay is a fictional spacecraft in the Star Trek universe, which was originally seen in the original series episode "Space Seed". It is the vessel that Khan Noonien Singh and his followers were aboard before being discovered and revived by the crew of the USS Enterprise. The shuttlecraft from the USS Botany Bay plays a significant role in the plot of the movie, as it leads to the re-emergence of Khan as the main antagonist.

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