For all of those who have seen Star Trek over the years, they will know the command issued to get under way is ‘make it so’.
Right after we have a look ‘on screen’ where we’re headed:
I’m not sure where SP is, so that’s not the destination. On being asked the question by the helmsman (I think they’re the one who steers the ship) where are we going?, I think we’ll just head ‘somewhere out there’, accompanied by a grand gesture that covers the viewer.
Of course, as you can imagine, the helmsman might not have an imagination, so we’re going to have to narrow it down a little:
So, we say we’re off to the moon. In this class of ship, though, that will probably take about an hour, but it does give us time to think further on where we’d like to go.
Then, like all trips into outer space, time seems to fly, and we’re being requested a new destination.
OK, let’s go and check out some of the planets.
Saturn, and try to keep away from the space junk, and then, I think, Pluto, and yes, I hear you, Pluto isn’t a planet.
What’s M75 you ask. I haven’t a clue.