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  • Starship mission status
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  • A readout of this nature for various sectors was often displayed on a screen in the observation lounge or bridge of the starship USS Enterprise-D and on the communication relay station Relay Station 47 during the 2360s. The starship mission status readout was displayed in the observation lounge in an alternate timeframe when Jean-Luc Picard found himself time traveling to his first mission on the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "All Good Things..." ) The status readout was displayed on a computer screen on the bridge in 2367 when Data took over the ship. (TNG: "Brothers" )
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  • A readout of this nature for various sectors was often displayed on a screen in the observation lounge or bridge of the starship USS Enterprise-D and on the communication relay station Relay Station 47 during the 2360s. The starship mission status readout was displayed in the observation lounge in an alternate timeframe when Jean-Luc Picard found himself time traveling to his first mission on the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "All Good Things..." ) While "All Good Things..." is the earliest appearance of the status chart chronologically, it was probably the last production featuring an appearance of the graphic on screen. The status readout was displayed on a computer screen on the bridge in 2367 when Data took over the ship. (TNG: "Brothers" )