Pulled to the other side of the galaxy by a powerful alien entity for its ultimately failed ends, opposing crews must come together to survive in wholly unknown territory.
In 2393, Captain Kirk seemingly dies in sacrifice saving the Enterprise-B and many El-Aurian refugees from a mysterious energy ribbon that possibly leads to a perfect eternal dream. 78 years later, the crew of the Enterprise-D deal with the mad machinations of an El-Aurian willing to destroy whole civilizations to return to the dream of that ribbon.
On the fringes of Federation space, Starfleet administers a previously Cardassian space station, while dealing with the weak Bajoran Provisional Government, Cardassian posturing, an artificial wormhole made by godlike beings, and the malevolent mysteries on the other side of that wormhole.
The accidental destruction of the Klingon moon Praxis leads to a push for true peace with the Federation, as well as conspiracies aiming to maintain a now impossible status quo.
Spock's half brother, Sybok, rejected the logical teachings of his race to embrace their more primal past. Now, Sybok is gathering a fanatical following to meet a being claiming to be God.
A new generation of explorers boldly go where no one has gone before.
After successfully saving Spock from death itself, the crew of the Enterprise is prepared to return home for judgement over their rogue actions. They soon learn that the Federation is being crippled by a probe of unknown origin, and must find a means of answering the probe's call in the past.
Learning that Spock instilled his apparent consciousness into Dr. McCoy just before his demise, Kirk and crew go on an unsanctioned mission to reunite Spock's mind and body.
Synopsis: Tricked into imprisonment on an ultimately doomed planet by Captain Kirk almost twenty years before, superhuman Khan will have his vengeance.