May 4, 2010: "Standard orbit, Mr. Sulu." Captain Kirk barks out the order with such confidence. He knows the USS Enterprise can slip in and out of planetary orbits with ease. But it's only easy in the realm of science fiction. In the real world, such maneuvers have been impossible --until now.
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and Leonard Nimoy was the guest of honour. Some wonderful person, not me because I got stuck in the overflow room and had to watch the awesomeness on a TV screen :(, recorded his panel session and posted it on Youtube: