Star Trek: Voyager

Night - S5-E1

Corrected entry: In this episode there is a region of space with no stars and it is completely dark. While there could be a region with no stars you would still see stars in the distance. When they finally reach the end of the 'void' slowly stars pop into view. If they just stayed stationary these stars would come into view on their own. Light had been traveling from each star from the time of its creation. The galaxy is not so old that light has not reach certain sections yet.

zubarsky

Correction: They say in the episode that a type of radiation is blocking their sensors and visual range, so they can't see beyond the star-less region.

LorgSkyegon

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