Google Doodle Celebrates 46th Annniversary Of Star Trek

Today Google Doodle Celebrates 46th anniversary of Star Trek. Click on Google Doodle and enjoy with animation. It's an American science fiction television series created by Gene Roddenberry, produced from 1966-67 by Desilu Productions, then by Paramount Television from 1968-69. Star Trek aired on NBC from September 8, 1966 to June 3, 1969. 
  • First episode: September 8, 1966
  • Final episode: June 3, 1969
  • Theme song: Theme from Star Trek

On Doodle each charachter of Google has animated 'G'O'O'G'L'E. The letter 'G' in the Google logo is Mr Spock, perhaps the most memorable character from the series. The first 'O' plays the character of Nyota Uhura and the second that of James T Kirk, the commanding officer of the USS Enterprise. The letter 'L' seems to resemble Hikaru Sulu. 
The doodle opens in the bridge of the Starship Enterprise and then the second 'O' and the 'E' go out of the red door to the transporter room and the transporter beams them to an unfriendly planet where they are challenged by an alien. On defeating the enemy they return to the Enterprise.
Instrumental Theme also plays in the background from Star Trek by Alexander Courage continuously. The doodle ends in classic Star Trek animated style with the US Enterprise zipping past in the backdrop of stars and the Google letters appear in yellow. 

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