UFOP

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UFOPUniversidade Federal de Ouro Preto (Federal University of Ouro Preto, Brazil)
UFOPUtah Friends of Paleontology
UFOPUnited Federation of Planets (Star Trek gaming)
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However, a bonus scene at the end of the season revealed that she was approached by Section 31, a black ops division of the United Federation of Planets, to join their ranks for undoubtedly nefarious purposes.
The new Star Trek credit cards include: the Starfleet academy alumni, Starfleet command, United Federation of Planets, and the captain's card.
This celebrates the 150th anniversary of the founding of the United Federation of Planets, offering a rich Star Trek collection packing in illustrations, field sketches, and reproductions of artworks centered around the Star Trek theme, accompanying some fifty excerpts from key Federation documents and writings.
Thus Star Trek can posit a utopian future presided over by the "United Federation of Planets" whose mission is to reach out to new worlds with its message of "tolerance, peace and interplanetary cooperation" (44).
The second-hand wicker chair, found at a pawnshop near Starfleet Academy and bought as part of a job lot, retrofitted with a garden hose as a shipwide speaking tube, was evidence of just how hard the United Federation of Planets was being hit by the credit crunch that had been precipitated by rash Ferengi investments in mortgage futures on Omicron Theti III.
courts by applying the legal systems and jurisprudence of Starfleet and the United Federation of Planets. Social justice, gender and racial equality, property rights, minority rights, and other important legal debates are considered within the context of four Star Trek television series: Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek Voyager.
A future, however distant, without the Galactic Republic or the United Federation of Planets would be not only a disappointment but a surprise.
Instead of the "United Federation of Planets" of Star Trek that mirrors the United Nations, Star Wars has a "Galactic Republic" similar to our Constitution.
Set in the 22nd century, this version is far more sexy and sassy than Star Trek or Voyager, exploring the events that create the United Federation of Planets. Quantum Leap's Scott Bakula heads the cast as the intrepid Captain Jonathan Archer, alongside the svelte Vulcan Subcommander T'Pol (Jolene Blalock).
After that unit, cadets made presentations to their shipmates during a gathering dubbed the United Federation of Planets Medical Conference.
The United Federation of Planets is still fighting World War II.
For me, the real foreign-policy lesson of "Star Trek" was its supranational vision of cooperation in the United Federation of Planets, an obvious endorsement of the United Nations as our best chance for real peace.
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