10 th :

Size comp

A new cgi image today, of the original Constitution class. Thanks to Fabio Passaro at the "Babylon5 3D Page" website who sent this one to us. The site has also gone onto our links page.
8 th :


After putting all that effort into redoing the Niagara page, I now find that the Fact Files was right in the first place! So I've taken the entry back to pretty much what it was originally, and redone the Comments page again.
1 st :

Sci-tech entries

Although much delayed by various things, the recent obsession with the sci-tech section continues! Today we get two entries, but don't yell "only two?!?" and feel cheated - each one is one of those multi-entry  pages like the phaser page, with loads of different subheadings in it. The spatial anomalies page has data on ion storms, neutronic wave fronts, and Murasaki 312. The Subspace phenomena page is a real biggie - no less than eleven topics covered on this one! Altogether the two pages have seventeen images on them, although two are re-uses of images from elsewhere in the site.
Minor change to the Constitution page, fixing a reference to the Enterprise's first Captain to read April rather than Pike. Thanks to Mr Dixon for this one.
Episode Guides
Now updated through "Blink Of An Eye".

No news on a new US host yet - we apologise for the continued inconvienience of those triple-damned pop up Tripod adverts.

Last updated : 10th July 1999.
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