why are there klingons on the enterprise?

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Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 23:28
the events in "next generation" are supposed to take place long after the events of the old series, or of the reboot of the old series which "into darkness" is the 2nd film to represent. The klingons are supposed to have made peace with and allied with the federation at some point, years after the events depicted in the old series, or "into darkness"
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Answer #2 | 30/12 2013 07:50
In the prime time line, which still exist, along with the new time line running parallel to the prime. Klingons have made peace with the federation. It took place in the movies Star Trek Undiscovered Country after Praxis was severely destroyed leaving them only 50 years of oxygen. Into Darkness takes place in a different reality and the 23rd century before the events of Undiscovered Country in the prime reality. So we do not know if they will make peace with the federation. Star Trek TNG takes place in the 24th century and in the prime reality. P.S. Voyager also feature a half klingon.
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Answer #3 | 29/12 2013 09:13
Into Darkness was set in the same era as the original series, but in an alternate reality. So at the point in "history", the Federation was still at war with the Klingons. There was one Klingon (Worf) on the Next Generation Enterprise. His young son Alexander Rozchenko was 3/4 Klingon and 1/4 human. There was B'Elanna Torres on Voyager (different ship, different show) who was 1/2 Klingon and 1/2 human. Her daughter Miral Paris, who was born in the final episode, was 3/4 human and 1/4 Klingon.
Answer #4 | 30/12 2013 08:32
The two most recent movies are set in the same time period as the original Star Trek series (1966-1969). The Federation and the Klingon Empire don't establish a lasting peace until decades later. Star Trek the Next Generation is set 70 years after the original series, which is why you see a few Klingons on Federation ships. Most Klingons choose to serve aboard their own empire's ships.
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