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MERMAID ISLAND--Star Trek and SciFi area:

This is the Star Trek and SciFi area. I have a great love for SciFi and have many links to NASA, Star Trek and other Space stuff located here.

  Come check out Little Egypt my Vacation spot on my Island or Collinwood, my dedication to the old TV show Dark Shadows or visit my home on Atlantis (Mermaid Island).

See the pictures in the GALLERIES (click buttons to the side to visit the webpage. The Teleport locations are listed in text by the picture it refers to in the Galleries.

Space....the final frontier. Yep, I've love Space shows since I was a young girl. This is the SciFi area, and you can see Star Trek, Babylon 5, Lost in Space and Nasa from this area.



When you land in this area, you will be greeted by mp3 music if you have an mp3 player on your system. Why it's playing the Dance theme from Star Trek...you know the one with the Green Gal : )

Enjoy the photo galleries of some of the best Star Trek Original Series that I've collected. They are good for a giggle.

There is an area in the back that I call the black hole (an entirely black space area). Inside this area I have rotating ships...I test rotations in this area. It's mind blowing standing in the middle of them as they rotate around me.


Stop by Club Trek for a drink and to see some more great pictures. There is a small stage from which you can sing, under a big portrait of Captain Kirk with a microphone in hand.

If you follow the stairs upward you will come up to the next level and the edge of Cloud City.

Take a walk in the air and see what it looks like from the inside of a Warbird.

There are many ships outside of the Buildings along with Rotating Machine Guns for Defense of the Station.

Stop by the Nasa area, right outside of the B5 area (near the Teleport area). There are great links and pages to explore in your right side browser.

NASA is one of my favorite places to visit. It's fun and informative, and it's the next best hope for Mankind.

Some of the Picture on the back walls are from the Hubble Telescope.