๐Ÿ”— The Smithsonian is Restoring the Original USS Enterprise | Ars Technica

The Smithsonian is in the process of restoring the 1967 model of the Enterprise used in the original Star Trek series. Anybody want to take a road trip to DC?

The restoration is specifically aiming to restore the model to look as it did during the filming of the episode The Trouble with Tribbles, aka the โ€œlast known modification of the ship during the production of Star Trek.โ€ By Summer 2016, the Enterprise is scheduled to move to the Boeing Milestones of Flight Hall.
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How the Smithsonian is restoring the original USS Enterprise to full 1967 glory | Ars Technica

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