Broken Bow (Star Trek: Enterprise)

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Warp drive

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It is nine decades since Zefram Cochrane produced humans' first warp flight (as seen in the film Star Trek: First Contact), and Earth finally launches its first starship of exploration, Enterprise NX-01.
In the series pilot episode "Broken Bow", Capt. Archer equates warp 4.5 to "Neptune and back [from Earth] in six minutes" (which would correspond to a distance of 547 light-minutes or 66 au, consistent with Neptune's being a minimum of 29 au distant from Earth).

Zefram Cochrane

Zephram Cochrane
It is nine decades since Zefram Cochrane produced humans' first warp flight (as seen in the film Star Trek: First Contact), and Earth finally launches its first starship of exploration, Enterprise NX-01.
James Cromwell later played Cochrane in the 1996 feature film Star Trek: First Contact and the 2001 Star Trek: Enterprise pilot, "Broken Bow".

Star Trek: Enterprise

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"Broken Bow" is the two-part pilot episode of the science fiction television series Enterprise (later renamed Star Trek: Enterprise).
Notably, the Klingons who appear in the pilot "Broken Bow" have the ridged makeup seen in the movie franchise and from Star Trek: The Next Generation onwards (excluding Star Trek: Discovery), rather than the smooth-headed versions seen in Star Trek: The Original Series.

Phlox (Star Trek)

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Archer, after consulting with the Denobulan Doctor Phlox, convinces Forrest to allow the new ship to take Klaang to Qo'noS.
Set in the 2100s in the science fiction Star Trek universe, Phlox is a major character aboard the first Warp 5 starship commanded by Captain Archer, and makes his debut in the premier episode, "Broken Bow," in 2001.

Jonathan Archer

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Commanded by Captain Jonathan Archer, and against the objections of the Vulcans, it departs on an urgent mission to return an injured Klingon to Qo'noS, the Klingon homeworld.
The Temporal Cold War begins at the beginning of the pilot episode, "Broken Bow".

T'Pol

Prior to departure, Archer seeks additional crewmembers, including Phlox and linguist Hoshi Sato, while Sub-Commander T'Pol is assigned as their "Vulcan liaison".
This places her birth in 2088 or 2089 (as measured on Earth), making her 62 or 63 years old at "Broken Bow".

Enterprise (NX-01)

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It is nine decades since Zefram Cochrane produced humans' first warp flight (as seen in the film Star Trek: First Contact), and Earth finally launches its first starship of exploration, Enterprise NX-01. Archer, now Captain of the soon-to-be-launched prototype starship Enterprise NX-01, is called to Starfleet Headquarters, where he discusses the incident with Admiral Forrest and Vulcan ambassador Soval.
The ship is first seen in the pilot episode "Broken Bow" and was seen throughout the series undergoing various upgrades.

Broken Bow, Oklahoma

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30 years later, in 2151, a Klingon named Klaang crashes in Broken Bow, Oklahoma.
In "Broken Bow", the 2001 pilot episode of the television series Star Trek: Enterprise, Broken Bow was the site of Human-Klingon first contact in 2151.

Hoshi Sato

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Prior to departure, Archer seeks additional crewmembers, including Phlox and linguist Hoshi Sato, while Sub-Commander T'Pol is assigned as their "Vulcan liaison".

Tom Lister Jr.

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Lister has had numerous guest appearances on TV series, including playing Klaang, the first Klingon ever to make contact with humans, in the pilot episode of Star Trek: Enterprise.

Star Trek: Voyager

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It was attended by the cast and crew of Enterprise as well as several from Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: The Next Generation.

James Cromwell

He also played Dr. Zefram Cochrane in Star Trek: First Contact (1996) and the Star Trek: Enterprise pilot episode "Broken Bow" (the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "In a Mirror, Darkly" later reused some of the First Contact footage).

Klimaszewski Twins

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They appeared in full makeup, and with CGI animated tongues, as aliens in "Broken Bow", the series premiere of Star Trek: Enterprise.

Joseph Ruskin

He appeared as a "Suliban" doctor in the pilot episode "Broken Bow", which aired on September 26, 2001.

List of minor recurring characters in Star Trek: Enterprise

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Archer, now Captain of the soon-to-be-launched prototype starship Enterprise NX-01, is called to Starfleet Headquarters, where he discusses the incident with Admiral Forrest and Vulcan ambassador Soval.
He, along with Admiral Forrest and Admiral Leonard, was part of the group from Starfleet Command that dealt with the Klingon Klaang's crash-landing on Earth and its consequences about how to proceed with the injured Klingon in April 2151.

Fight or Flight (Star Trek: Enterprise)

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Television pilot

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"Broken Bow" is the two-part pilot episode of the science fiction television series Enterprise (later renamed Star Trek: Enterprise).

Science fiction

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"Broken Bow" is the two-part pilot episode of the science fiction television series Enterprise (later renamed Star Trek: Enterprise).

Diane Carey

A novelization of the episode, written by Diane Carey, was published in 2001.

Star Trek: First Contact

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It is nine decades since Zefram Cochrane produced humans' first warp flight (as seen in the film Star Trek: First Contact), and Earth finally launches its first starship of exploration, Enterprise NX-01.

Vulcan (Star Trek)

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Commanded by Captain Jonathan Archer, and against the objections of the Vulcans, it departs on an urgent mission to return an injured Klingon to Qo'noS, the Klingon homeworld.

Klingon

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Archer, after consulting with the Denobulan Doctor Phlox, convinces Forrest to allow the new ship to take Klaang to Qo'noS. Commanded by Captain Jonathan Archer, and against the objections of the Vulcans, it departs on an urgent mission to return an injured Klingon to Qo'noS, the Klingon homeworld. 30 years later, in 2151, a Klingon named Klaang crashes in Broken Bow, Oklahoma.