UNOFFICIAL QUESTARIAN GUIDE SECTION N

  • N’kaladots: devolved T’kaladons, lost in Funn Games (“The Pirates of Argho”, The Time War)

  • National Space Exploration: publication of the Galactic Union, retro-serediptiously inspired the model of the planetary National Geographic

  • National Space Exploration Administration: retronym for the United States-based Space Exploration Agency, to distinguish it from the Earth Space Exploration Agency (ESEA), Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)  and Earth Space Probe Agency (ESPA) with the mission of exploring all planets not already in the Galactic Union's Archives [Terrain: Chap. 1] for the Thermians and promoting peace through its educational publication, National Space Exploration [Calbeck at Questarians Forums]

  • National Space Exploration Administration’s Exozoological Encyclopedia, abridged as The Xoo Book, inspired by National Geographic Society’s Animal Encyclopedia

  • Na’triss: Thermian supporter of the Fatu-Krey ["Guest Starring"]

  • "Natural Rejection": side effects of gengineering experiment threaten to exterminate not only adult colonists but children, and Protector crew as well [retro-seredipitiously inspired "Miri" by Adrian Spies, inspired "Unnatural Selection" by John Mason and Mike Gray]

  • Neboy, Leonard: science officer Dr. Lazarus served under with Cmdr. May on Protector 2382 to 2387 (dr_lazarus MySpace website)

  • nebulizer, faux: toy produced by Zion MFG, Exotic Replicas

  • Neerists: practioners of Neerism, over-familiarity with aliens, as in xenologist Neer’s game T’rnd (“The Pirates of Arrgho”)

  • Neru: Thermian, acquisitions officer of the Protector II ["Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"]

  • Nesmith, Jason: born June 13, 1953 as Jason Nesmith Dick, played Peter Quincy Taggart in  "Galaxy Quest" (1981-85) and "Galaxy Quest: The New Adventures" (2000-2005), Julian in "Our Man Julian" (1982), "God's Thugs" (1988), “The Man Who Saw Yesterday” (1991), "Bullets Are Forever" (1993), Tim Allen in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" (1999), Delmar Prime in "The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius" (2004),  David Douglas in "The Shaggy Dog" (2006), Johnny "Capt. Zoom" Shephard in "Zoom" (2006)], author of Galaxy Quest Memories (1986) and co-author of many "Galaxy Quest: The New Series" episodes and Galaxy Quest: The Real Adventures books, rumored to have auditioned for "Magnum PI", "A-Team", and "Miami Vice"

  • Nesmith, Lailari: wife of Jason Nesmith in Jason/Lailari fanfic

  • Nesmith, Tawny: wife of Jason Nesmith in Jason/Tawny fanfic

  • “Never, Never, Never”: filksong to “Galaxy Quest: The Original Series” theme

  • "Never Bet on Sundays": While coming out of thrust drive a bit sluggishly Laredo collides the Protector with a small space junket. The space gypsies are evacuated and treated as guests. On the way to the nearest spaceport, Cmdr. Taggart looses the Protector to the gypsy leader in a game of fizzbin. Laredo redeems himself by noting that by the calendar of the Sunnyside spaceport on a tide-locked planet every day is Sunday and so all bets are off. " Lazarus sings "Paf jud no los; wak tad on los; los av greb graz khav paf." ("You Don’t Want Her; We Still Have Her, She‘s Too Good for You.") ["Galaxy Quest Episode Guide" by Travis Latke]

  • "New Adventure, A": Dr. Lazarus is rescued from his Takonian kidnappers, with the help of new Loff allies, despite the Protector III being captured by Volax pirates [by Tony Lee Healey] (first in the Galaxy Quest: The New Adventures series)

  • Ngh’f: leader of the Nixvowls Uprising after an apparently successful introduction of Tev'meckian, who fell into a parallel universe during his last battle with the Protector ["The Nixvowls Uprising"] and became a regular comic villain in "Protector II"

  • Nigh Delta: triangular region of the Klatu nebula, site of negotiations with the Sarris Dominion [“Galaxy Quest: The Movie”]

  • Niph: planet noted for telepathic and empathic firelizard-like orms (“The Pirates of Arggho”)

  • Nirs: five-gestalt aliens at Arggho spaceport from the Diphernt empire (“The Pirates of Arrgho”, “Banned from Arrgh”, retro-serendipitiously inspired Binars,)

  • Nixvowls: xenophobic planet opposed to the Galactic Peace Accord, so called because of the difficulty of other species of even pronouncing the native language (see Ngh'f). Once the Tev'meckian edition of “How to Be a Space Explorer” caught on, their peace has been trend-setting than uprising ["The Nixvowls Uprising"]

  • "Nixvowls Uprising, The": In 2381 The Protector battles three ships commanded by Gath'gor, Saris and Ngh'f, outlaws from Nixvowls in the Megabuckle asteroid belt in the ATV-54 nebula. When Cmdr. Taggart orders a Mark 11 evasive maneuver the ship's plasma emitters are seriously damaged. Ngh’f however is thrown into a mirror universe and his law-abiding alter ego, F’hgn, thrown out. Split-second maneuvering between passing comets by Laredo succeeds in forcing Saris through a time knot. To recover from their space sickness, Cmdr. Taggart and Dr. Lazarus land on the ir-dampening planet of Dezap. They are cornered by Gath'gor and some of his men in a cave near what had been an idyllic waterfall. Gath'gor and Cmdr. Taggart wage an epic hand-to-hand combat, while the doctor easily dispatches the rest of the gang. Cmdr. Taggart eventually emerges from the waterfall alone. [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Latke]

  • Nkodgs: devolved Gdonks, allies with Ttabzzasses in Funn Games (“The Two Lovers of Medusa”, “Funn and Games”)

  • Nodd: planet noted for small ear-leech and deer symbiot at bazaar at Arggho spaceport (“The Pirates of Arrgho”)

  • "No Place Like Home": Other Thermians besides Lailari attempt to make Earth their new home, but encounter trouble from the curious and the Press. [retro-seredipitiously inspired Historical Record's "The Stranger" by G. K. Saunders]

  • NSEA: see National Space Exploration Administration

  • NSEA Bulletin: considered the best of the "Galaxy Quest" fanzines

  • “NSEA Fight Song”: filksong

  • "NSEA Protector/Crewman 6": filksong by Joel Polowin to "Bonny Ship the Diamond"

  • NSEA ranks: Commander, Lieutenant Commander., Lieutenant, Ensign, Technical Sergeant, Sergeant, Corporal, Private (Crewman Guy's site)

  • NSEA starships: Protector, Defender ["Galaxy Quest"], Arcadia ["Visions of Darkness",  "On the Edge of Forever City"], Concord, Kennedy, Rebellious, Starsearcher, Traveler, Trojan, Ulysses, Venture, Xavier (Crewman Guy's site), Surpasser on which Chen and Trip LaTorr served [Chen's MySpace website], Ramses [Davezilla.com], Democracy, Cloak, Starwatcher [lt_madison MySpace website]

  • NTE: [New Terra Engineering] letters used on NSEA ships, facetiously said to stand for “not the Enterprise”, referring to the basic difference between their purpose and the UFP’s only sometimes explorational military flagship, the USS Enterprise

  • Numahs: devolved Humans which were saved because Dr. Lazarus forfeited the Games [“Funn and Games”, The Time War]

 

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