Star Trek is one of the famous American Franchise which is based on a science fiction television series created by Gene Roddenberry. Star Trek has been one of the cult phenomenologies for decades, along with movies like Doctor Who and Harry Potter and much more. Fans of the Franchise are called trekkers. The franchise also has many spin-offs including games, novels, toys, and comics. Star Trek also had one theme park in Las Vegas which opened in 1998 and was closed by 2008.
The series was started again by the fall of 1969 and was broadcasted by late 1970, over 150 domestic and 60 international markets which helped it to gain the acclaim.
Star Trek: Discovery created by Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman for CBS All Access.
The story is portrayed as Captain Kirk’s five years mission as described in the original “Star Trek” from the 1960s.
The set serves the new worlds and settlement and expanding incidents encountered by USS Discovery.
The last night’s episode of the new CBS All Access show, Captain Gabriel Lorca i.e, described by Jason Isaac, listed musk next to the Wrights, and Zefram Cochrane the fictional wrap drive inventor as concentrated in space flight technological innovation.
According to Star Trek: Discovery, Elon Musk ranks next to the Wright Brothers and the scientists who enclosed speed light to humanity.
Musk, a well-known sci-fi fan, will be excited with the name drop and comparison. Musk, the founder of SpaceX has an aspiration to make humans an interplanetary species (situated or travelling between planets) and also with a target of the settlement of colony on Mars. Musk’s SpaceX has also concentrated on its reusable rocket approach to launches, which could result in changing the thinking that how the work is done in space.
The reference is also interesting because of its remarkable omission of Jeff the founder of Blue Origin.
Jeff Bezos is another space entrepreneur and is a big fan of Star Trek. He succeeded in landing a cameo in Star Trek Beyond as an alien. But Jeff doesn’t rate a mention from Lorca among the space flight pantheon.