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Memory Alpha is a free Star Trek reference website that is being written collaboratively by the readers.



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Memory Alpha is a free Star Trek reference website that is being written collaboratively by the readers. Our goal is to become the largest, most reliable, and most up-to-date encyclopedia about everything related to the Star Trek universe.

Memory Alpha is a wiki, meaning that any fan may edit any article by clicking on the edit this page link that appears in every wiki article that is not designated as a protected page. This makes it very easy for any fan to share their knowledge and insight of the Star Trek universe and add to the collected information available.

The project was started in November 2003 by Harry Doddema and Dan Carlson. It was inspired by Wikipedia, a free, open-source encyclopedia, and by the interest of many Star Trek fans in a website that provides timely and useful reference information on the Star Trek universe. There are currently 30,063 articles that are being worked on.

All of the site's content is covered by a Creative Commons License. Contributions remain the property of their creators, while the copyleft licensing ensures that the content will always remain freely distributable and reproducible. See the copyright statement for more information. "Star Trek" and related names are registered trademarks of Paramount Pictures. This site is intended solely for non-profit purposes. No copyright infringement is intended.

    Warning: Memory Alpha contains spoilers! For any movie that has opened in the United States or television episode that has aired in its nationwide timeslot in the United States, that material is considered fair game for inclusion in articles. See our spoiler policy for more information.

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