Mark Okrand is the man who developed the Vulcan and Klingon languages for the Star Trek universe, and the museum commissioned him to create an hour-long Klingon audio tour of some of their most popular exhibits. Get the details on the Smithsonian museum Klingon audio tours below.
Even the most expert Klingon linguists get tongue-tied, so here for your entertainment are the outtakes from Okrand’s recording of the Klingon audio tour segments
The exhibits that Okrand recorded in Klingon include the Spirit of St. Louis, the 1903 Wright Flyer, the Apollo 11 Command Module Columbia, the Bell X-1 Glammorous Glennis, the Mercury “Friendship 7” and the North American X-15.
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