When they returned to the 23rd century, they had to go to Earth, and then lost power.
--Ouroboros Cobra , 28 June 2006 (UTC) The accuracy required by NASA to bring Voyager 2 to within 3,000 nautical miles of the cloud-tops of Neptune was once compared to "a golfer sinking a putt from a thousand miles away." In the case of Spock's shot in '86, he apparently pulled it by 20 minutes, when he should've microscopically faded..thus put it in the water.
The light source for the lightning (given it's angle) was up and to the right.
Therefore if your suggestion was correct, then the exit to the ladder well and the external hatch would also have been up and to the right.
In fact, if I'm not mistaken, we've got Rhaandarites on the left hand side, in the middle row, right at the end of the row.
For some reason I can't get into trekpulse, it keeps giving me the "movies.could not be found.
Just after the window breaks we see them entering the solar system, you have to figure about 10 minutes of discussion, another 10 minutes accelerating, and finally the approach to the sun, assuming there isn't any sort of time dilation involved, it could have easily taken them 45 minutes to an hour to get from the outer solar system to the sun.
But when they come back, they're in the atmosphere within a few seconds of the window breaking...
For our mutual protection, Zoosk uses third party services to analyze accounts for potential fraud. I created pages for most of the alien ambassadors we saw in Council chambers, but I don't see pictures for Locnaerians or Klendeth.Are those aliens and do we have images or is there something I'm missing there?..strange as it sounds, it's the only way the movie makes sense anyway, it explains why they didn't lose power when they first entered the solar system..the probe was already on it's way out by the time they got anywhere near the sun/earth--Memory epsilon , (UTC) Well, going back 10 or 20 minutes before they left is no problem, it is time travel, after all, they could pick whenever they wanted to return.