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  • Marla Aster
  • Marla Aster
  • Marla Aster
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  • Marla Aster était une archéologue membre de Starfleet au 24ème siècle. Elle était la mère de Jeremy Aster.
  • Lieutenant Marla Aster was a female Human archaeologist in the 24th century. She was married to Aster and had one son, Jeremy. Aster gave birth to Jeremy in 2354 on Earth. She lived with her family, including Jeremy's cat Patches there. Aster's husband died of a Rushton infection in 2361. In 2366, she held the rank of lieutenant and served aboard the USS Enterprise-D. She brought her son with her. While on an away mission in 2366 to study the homeworld of the Koinonians, she was killed by an undetected explosive device leftover from the Koinonian Wars.
  • Lieutenant Marla Aster was a female human in the 24th century. She attended Endurance University on Mars, where she studied archaeology. While at Endurance University, she met a fellow student who would later become her husband. (SCE eBook: Many Splendors) She and her husband had a son, Jeremy, in 2354. Her husband died of Rushton infection in 2361. (TNG episode: "The Bonding") At some point in her career, Aster visited Jureosa, where she made amazing discoveries. Aster's body was returned to Earth, and interred at Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx. (TNG novel: Diplomatic Implausibility)
  • thumb|Eine erschaffene Illusion von Marla Aster. thumb|Die tödlich verletzte Lt. Marla Aster wird in die Krankenstation eingeliefert. Marla Aster ist ein Mensch und dient 2366 im Rang eines Lieutenants als Archäologin auf der USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) unter dem Kommando von Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Als Worf 2368 aufgrund einer schweren Verletzung Selbstmord begehen will, erinnert ihn Commander William T. Riker an den Tod von Marla Aster. (TNG: ) Marla Aster wurde von Susan Powell gespielt und von Viola Sauer synchronisiert.
  • Lieutenant Marla Aster was a Starfleet officer specializing in archaeology and assigned to the USS Enterprise-D in 2366. She also had a son named Jeremy. She was married but in 2361 her husband died of a Rushton infection. At that time the entire Aster family still lived on Earth. In 2366 while on an away mission to investigate the Koinonian homeworld, she was killed by a bomb leftover from a war in which the Koinonians had destroyed themselves. Worf, who had been leading the away team, felt personnally responsible, despite Captain Picard’s assurances that it wasn’t.
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  • Humaine
Datestatus
  • 2366
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  • A replica of Lieutenant Marla Aster
  • The deceased Marla Aster in 2366
Actrice
Mort
  • 2366
Famille
  • Epoux: Aster
  • Fils: Jeremy Aster
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  • Archaeologist,
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Birthplace
Rang
  • Lieutenant
Status
  • Deceased
Sibling(s)
  • At least one sister
Affiliation
Spouse
  • Mr. Aster
Actor
Name
  • Marla Aster
Genre
  • Féminin
Sibling
Caption
  • A Koinonian duplicate of Marla Aster
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Character Name
  • Marla Aster
Species
Marital Status
  • Widowed
Rank
Situation
Prénom
  • Marla
Died
  • 2366
Nom
  • Aster
Image
  • Marla Aster dead.jpg
  • Marla Aster dead.jpg
Children
Occupation
Gender
  • Female
Born
  • 24
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  • thumb|Eine erschaffene Illusion von Marla Aster. thumb|Die tödlich verletzte Lt. Marla Aster wird in die Krankenstation eingeliefert. Marla Aster ist ein Mensch und dient 2366 im Rang eines Lieutenants als Archäologin auf der USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) unter dem Kommando von Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Marla Aster ist verheiratet und hat einen Sohn namens Jeremy. Zusammen mit ihrer Familie lebt Marla Aster auf der Erde. Ihr Mann stirbt 2361 an den Folgen einer Rushton-Infektion. Darauf erzieht Marla Aster ihren Sohn allein. In den 2360er wird Marla Aster auf die USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) versetzt. 2366 gehört Lieutenant Marla Aster zu einem Außenteam, welche die Ruinen auf der Heimatwelt der Koinonianer erforschen. Während dieser Außenmission steht sie unter dem Kommando von Lieutenant Worf. Bei der Erforschung der Ruinen wird Marla Aster durch die Explosion einer Bombe der Koinonianer getötet. Das Außenteam wird zwar schnell an Bord der Enterprise gebeamt, aber dort kann Doktor Beverly Crusher nur noch den Tod von Marla Aster feststellen. Captain Picard und Counselor Deanna Troi überbringen Jeremy Aster die Nachricht vom Tod seiner Mutter. Da ein Sprengsatz der Koinonianer für den Tod von Marla Aster verantwortlich gewesen ist, wollen diese die Verantwortung für den Jungen übernehmen und erschaffen eine Illusion von Marla Aster. Aber Picard überzeugt die Koinonianer, dass der Junge nicht in einer Illusion leben kann, sondern sich der Realität stellen muss. (TNG: ) Als Worf 2368 aufgrund einer schweren Verletzung Selbstmord begehen will, erinnert ihn Commander William T. Riker an den Tod von Marla Aster. (TNG: ) Marla Aster wurde von Susan Powell gespielt und von Viola Sauer synchronisiert.
  • Marla Aster était une archéologue membre de Starfleet au 24ème siècle. Elle était la mère de Jeremy Aster.
  • Lieutenant Marla Aster was a female human in the 24th century. She attended Endurance University on Mars, where she studied archaeology. While at Endurance University, she met a fellow student who would later become her husband. (SCE eBook: Many Splendors) She and her husband had a son, Jeremy, in 2354. Her husband died of Rushton infection in 2361. (TNG episode: "The Bonding") At some point in her career, Aster visited Jureosa, where she made amazing discoveries. Aster came aboard the USS Enterprise-D in mid-2364. She befriended Lieutenant Kieran Duffy soon after arriving, and the two briefly dated. (SCE eBook: Many Splendors) During an away mission in 2366 on the homeworld of the Koinonians, Aster was killed by a bomb from a long-ago war. The Koinonians later created a replica of Aster in an attempt to mitigate the effect of her loss on her son. (TNG episode: "The Bonding") Aster's body was returned to Earth, and interred at Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx. (TNG novel: Diplomatic Implausibility) After Worf was paralyzed in an accident and contemplated suicide, William T. Riker brought up Aster's name in a list of examples of comrades killed in action who fought for life to the end. (TNG episode: "Ethics")
  • Lieutenant Marla Aster was a Starfleet officer specializing in archaeology and assigned to the USS Enterprise-D in 2366. She also had a son named Jeremy. She was married but in 2361 her husband died of a Rushton infection. At that time the entire Aster family still lived on Earth. In 2366 while on an away mission to investigate the Koinonian homeworld, she was killed by a bomb leftover from a war in which the Koinonians had destroyed themselves. Worf, who had been leading the away team, felt personnally responsible, despite Captain Picard’s assurances that it wasn’t. When the Koinonians felt young Jeremy’s pain at the loss of his mother, they created a replica of her to raise him. Counselor Deanna Troi felt this was bad for Jeremy’s recovery and eventually she got him to ask the replica to leave which it did. In 2368, Commander Riker used her death as a way to demonstrate how he felt about the Klingon ritual suicide when Worf considered it after he had been paralyzed. She was played by actress Susan Powell.
  • Lieutenant Marla Aster was a female Human archaeologist in the 24th century. She was married to Aster and had one son, Jeremy. Aster gave birth to Jeremy in 2354 on Earth. She lived with her family, including Jeremy's cat Patches there. Aster's husband died of a Rushton infection in 2361. In 2366, she held the rank of lieutenant and served aboard the USS Enterprise-D. She brought her son with her. While on an away mission in 2366 to study the homeworld of the Koinonians, she was killed by an undetected explosive device leftover from the Koinonian Wars. Lieutenant Worf, who commanded the away team, felt personally responsible for her death, despite Captain Jean-Luc Picard telling him it was an accident. Unknown to the Enterprise crew, the planet was inhabited by non-corporeal Koinonians. They felt Jeremy's pain and created a replica of Marla Aster to raise him. The Enterprise crew intervened and made it clear that Jeremy would not get over the death of his mother. Jeremy asked the replica to leave. (TNG: "The Bonding" ) Commander Riker used Marla's death as an example of how he felt the Klingon ritual suicide was a cowardly escape when Worf considered it following a paralysis in 2368. (TNG: "Ethics" ) Marla Aster was portrayed by Susan Powell. A scene cut from the episode revealed that Aster worked as a teacher on Earth, teaching exoarchaeology and decided to sign on the Enterprise-D to "see the galaxy with her own eyes". [1] According to the Pocket TNG novel Diplomatic Implausibility, Aster was buried on Earth at Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx section of New York City; coincidentally, so is K'Ehleyr, the mother of son's "brother".
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