Are the Sphere Builders the Borg?

Are the Sphere Builders the Borg?

The Tuterians (also widely known as Sphere Builders) were a humanoid species native to the Delta Quadrant. In the 2390s they attempted to replicate the work of the Solanae to protect themselves from the Borg Collective. Their attempts were disastrous, and drove the species to near extinction.

What happened to the sphere builders?

This resulted in a chain reaction which destroyed the entire Sphere network and caused the Builders’ transdimensional space to collapse. As the Delphic Expanse returned to normal space, becoming incompatible for them, the Builders were forced to retreat back into their native realm.

Who were the sphere builders in Enterprise?

The Sphere-Builders appear in Star Trek Online as originally a Delta Quadrant species called the “Tuterians”.

Where is the expanse in Star Trek?

The Delphic Expanse, commonly abbreviated as “the Expanse”, is the setting for the entire third season of Star Trek: Enterprise, first aired in 2003 and 2004. The Expanse is about 2000 light years across, surrounded by thick thermobaric clouds. Its edge is located about 50 light-years from Earth.

What is Dyson Sphere Star Trek?

Star Trek Timeline [INTERACTIVE] A Dyson sphere is a colossal sphere constructed around a star, completely surrounding it. The interior of the sphere would absorb the entire energy output of that star, allowing for lifeforms to live on the interior surface almost indefinitely.

What is the sphere data?

The sphere (2257) A spacefaring sphere was a hitherto unknown lifeform encountered by the USS Discovery in 2257. Composed of organic and nonliving matter melded together, it measured 565 kilometers in diameter and had a mass of 6.39e20×1020 kilograms.

Why do the Xindi want to destroy Earth?

With their ability to look into the future, the Sphere-Builders foresaw that these events would occur, and manipulated the Xindi into their plan to destroy Earth, so that the Federation would never be founded, and the Sphere-Builders would face no opposition in the future.

Has Star Trek ever left the galaxy?

For all the boldly going where no one has gone before, leaving the galaxy is pretty uncommon within the various narratives of Trek. And yet, in the second TOS pilot, “Where No Man Has Gone Before,” the Enterprise left the galaxy.

How far is Vulcan from Earth?

16 light-years
The Real Vulcan: This system is some 16 light-years from Earth, which is about 94 trillion miles (151 trillion km) away. Unfortunately, it would take us nearly 81,000 years to reach the *closest* star.

Are Dyson spheres practical?

Originally people conceived of a Dyson Sphere as an actual sphere with a thickness of a few meters that would completely encompass the star. But, as shown by my former physics student Brooks Harrop, that design is not practical, as it would require too much matter to build and too much energy to stabilize.

Could the Federation build a Dyson sphere?

No, from a canonical point of view, it does NOT appear that the Borg created it. For all we know, the Sphere could have been created by the Iconians or another space-faring race. In actuality, the Federation could have easily made its own Dyson Swarms around each Federation member world…