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The USS Starship Voyager, captained by renowned Starfleet commander Kathryn Janeway, is sent on a mission to rescue a renegade Maquis ship from "The Badlands", a dangerous region of space. An inexplicable force transports both ships to a distant, uncharted region of space. After the Maquis ship is destroyed, the two different crews must learn to work together in order to find their way home.
The Starship Voyager encounters a quantum singularity and what appears to be another ship in jeopardy. In their attempts to rescue the vessel, the crew comes to realize that it is they who are trapped, and the race begins to free themselves before the ship is destroyed.
The Starship Voyager experiences a shock wave in space, a wave set off by a huge explosion on a nearby planet. When they beam down to investigate, they discover all life has been eradicated. In addition, they discover subspace fractures which ultimately transport Captain Janeway and Lt. Paris back in time to right before the explosion. They must discover a way to avert the catastrophe to save their lives.
In their continuing for a source of dilithium crystals that could be used to supplement the Voyager's power core, the crew of the Starship come upon a planet that seems replete with the substance. Upon closer examination, they find that the place is really a base for a strange alien culture that must steal bodily organs to fight the "phage," a disease that eats away at their bodies and destroys their organs. Neelix falls prey to them, and the race is on to save his life.
While investigating what they believe to be a nebula in search of fuel, the crew of Voyager discovers that they have in fact entered and injured a new life form, which they must help heal as they try to escape.
The Voyager crew becomes hopeful when they encounter a small wormhole through which they communicate with a cargo vessel on the other side...in the Alpha Quadrant.
Upon visiting a world in the midst of a war with a neighboring planet, Lt. Tom Paris finds himself accused of a murder he didn't commit . . .his sentence - to relive the crime from the victim's point-of-view every 14 hours for the rest of his life. It is up to Tuvok to prove his innocence by using the Vulcan Mind-Meld before this sentence destroys his sanity.
While exploring an alien race's burial ground, kim is transported to the culture's homeworld... and his only way back... is dead.
The crew of Voyager encounters an alien race that may hold the key to their return home.
The Voyager crew discovers that a traitor is on board.
Holographic doctor faces death to save the crew of Star Trek: Voyager.
Tuvok is attacked by aliens who take over the mind and Chakatoy must fight to save his life and the life of the crew.
Lt. Torres is captured by the Phage aliens and split into two separate beings - one Klingon, the other human - and only one will survive.
When the scientist responsible for a weapon that killed Neelix's family comes on board Voyager looking for him, Neelix must face up to his own past and his own hatreds.
As Voyager's bio-neural circuitry mysteriously begins to fail, Tuvok begins training some difficult Maquis crew in Starfleet procedures.
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