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How does the USS Franklin fit in the pre-Kelvin Timeline?

Three options: The Franklin (out of universe, named after the director's father, Frank Lin) is the first Warp 4 ship. Essentially a precursor to the NX-class. Aesthetics aside, it does at least share ...
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What was happening in "In a Mirror Darkly"?

These two episodes of Enterprise takes place, chronologically in the Mirror Universe, in between the Original Series episodes "The Tholian Web" and "Mirror, Mirror". In "The Tholian Web", the ...
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How does the USS Franklin fit in the pre-Kelvin Timeline?

It's been officially confirmed that the Franklin predates Archer's Enterprise, see this article: And if you think this is just our speculation, worry not: we got a note from Dylan Highsmith, one of ...
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How does the USS Franklin fit in the pre-Kelvin Timeline?

There is no way to reconcile the Franklin's timeline with the timeline given in Enterprise. Based on Inaccurate numbering. Inaccurate speed. Inaccurate transporter. The design (physical ...
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What was happening in "In a Mirror Darkly"?

Watch the TOS episode "Mirror Mirror" and all will be clearer: "Mirror, Mirror" is an episode of the science fiction television series, Star Trek (The Original Series). The episode involves a ...
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Did Captain Archer just forget the Illyrians after leaving them stranded?

It was INTENTIONAL that they were left for dead: It was important to the ENT writing staff that, when Enterprise departed from them, the Illyrians in "Damage" be left "stranded and as good as ...
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Did Captain Archer just forget the Illyrians after leaving them stranded?

As I remember at the end of season three the spheres were destroyed, turning the Expanse back into a normal region of space, and the Xindi weapon was destroyed. Then the Enterprise was somehow sent ...
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How does the USS Franklin fit in the pre-Kelvin Timeline?

Apparently, it is pre-Federation/pre-Enterprise NX-01. At least according to Memory Alpha (based on a quote from Dylan Highsmith). https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/USS_Franklin
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How does the USS Franklin fit in the pre-Kelvin Timeline?

In my opinion, The Franklin is most likely post-Enterprise NX-01. Say they were using a warp scale of warp^2 on "Enterprise" (and that the display on "First Flight" showing warp^3 was wishful ...
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