I suppose it betrays my lack of eagerness to see this spectacle that I was in
There won’t be a dry eye in the house Monday at fter the final rides.
The STTE team are going to great lengths on this event, even doing research for it to follow naval traditions so they can decommission ‘the time station’ and ‘close the temporal rift’ between the 24th century and the 21st century.
Years ago, when the first Polaris nuclear submarines were still in service, somebody speculated that when the day came they had to be decommissioned, the Navy would just fill the missile tubes with concrete and sink them to the bottom of the sea. That’s not how it’s really done, and fans likewise need have no fear that the replica
As for what happens to all the stuff inside Star Trek The Experience, TrekMovie has been told that all the props and replicas, including the items in the Museum, will go back to CBS and they will not be auctioned off.
[Thanks to David Klaus for the link.]