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The third Star Trek television Deep Space Nine is set in the 24th century and chronicles the adventures of Starfleet officers who take command of a remote alien space station positioned near a wormhole on the edge of the final frontier It involves a top rating cast and crew and continues the tradition of state-of-the-art effects Deep Space Nine DS9 is a Federation outpost on the edge of Cardassian space Under the leadership of Commander Benjamin Sisko Deep Space Nine becomes the point of national importance in the galaxy The beginning of the Paradise in the second season of DS9 commences with the narrator who is recognisable during the episode as Commander Ben Sisko This narrative is the first information the viewer interprets as to what the episode is about It is presumed that the viewer already is enlightened on the term wormhole and that Stardate is a logbook that a commander keeps from previous episodes of the Star Trek series In the teaser of the episode Commander Sisko and Chief OBrien are exploring in the runabout smaller Starfleet vessel Rio Grande This is the first scene and already the creditability of the episode is at stake The commander leaving the station on a routine chore is not that plausible The viewer is aware from the narrative that the two are looking for planets suitable for colonization Paradise opens the debate to the viewer about the issue of the positive advantages of technology by means of the conversation between the commander and OBrien When they detect a planet that is surrounded by an odd duonetic field the first mystery originates A colony already exists and human life form has been detected They beam down and quickly realise that all their electronic equipment they have on them are non-functional the field seems to prevent them from any E-M activity Two colonists discover them immediately and demand them to freeze and
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