The season finale is designed as a fun way for the Spacegate cast to foster student interest in STEM through classical science-fiction-based stories. The content of these episodes was aligned to conform with the fictional universe of Star Trek the original series and follows the standards outlined by CBS Studios and Paramount Pictures for a “Star Trek fan film”.
In the first installment of the Star Trek Fan Film Saga, while waiting alone on the station for a gravitational wave that will be passing through Earth’s system, Specialist Barber is introduced to Star Trek, the original series, by Aurora. Falling asleep she is whisked away to the futuristic universe of Star Trek (Running time for parts 1 and 2 combined is 55 minutes).
In the second installment of the Star Trek Fan Film Saga, a probe sent from Dr. Erickson's Universe has created an unstoppable fungus that is destroying Earth's plants. Dr. Erickson, in her attempt to fix the problem, precipitates a catastrophe that affects Earth's past, present, and future. It is now her responsibility to fix what she has done in a world that is different than the one she was originally stranded on. (Running time for parts 1 and 2 combined is 48 minutes).
In the final installment of the Star Trek Fan film Saga, the Defiant finds itself encountering the Romulans near the Neutral Zone. This story occurs just before the events of the "Balance of Terror", the fourteenth episode of Star Trek (the original series). At the same time, Dr. Erikson is attempting to return to her timeline from the Spacegate Universe in an effort to stop the fungus that is destroying Earth's plants (Running time for parts 1 and 2 combined is 44 minutes).
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