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Star Trek: Voyager season 1 episodes list:
While searching for a missing officer, Captain Kathryn Janeway and the crew of the Starship Voyager are swept 70,000 light years from home.
Tensions rise between the merged Starfleet and Maquis crews when the ship becomes trapped inside a star that's collapsed upon itself.
The Voyager crew discovers a world that has been destroyed by a type of energy that has been banned on all Federation worlds as being too dangerous to use.
While seeking a source of new dilithium for the ship's power source, the crew encounters a planet of people who are stealing body organs. Neelix finds another use for Captain Janeway's private dining room.
Voyager enters a nebula only to discover it is not what they think it is. They then have to repair the damage they made upon entering.
Harry Kim discovers a small wormhole which raises the crew of Voyager's hopes of getting back home to the Alpha Quadrant.
Lt. Paris is found guilty of a brutal murder by a society that uses brain engrams as evidence and Tuvoc sets out to prove him innocent.
While searching for usable elements, Voyager discovers a vast cavern that has dead cocooned bodies in it. Ensign Kim is then accidentally transported to the home planet of the Uhnori who have been using the cavern as a burial ground.
Voyager encounters a planet of very friendly aliens who have the technology that could possibly get them home.
The crew fears there may be a traitor on board the ship when they answer a Kazon ship's emergency signal and discover Federation technology on board the ship.
Crew members start disappearing in the Holodeck and it is discovered that all control of the Holodeck has been lost. The Doctor is then sent in to fight the mythical Grendel and discovers alien lifeforms.
Gravely injured Chakotay tries to help the crew when aliens attempt to take over Voyager near a nebula.
Lt. Torres is divided into two beings after being kidnapped by a Vidiian scientist who believes that her Klingon genetic inheritance may be able to cure the phage that affects the Vidiian race.
The Haakonian scientist responsible for the device that destroyed a large number of Neelix's people boards Voyager with claims that he is trying to help instead of cause harm.
One trainer, four trainees, and a confined training area to cook up some esprit de corps. Recipe for a good melting pot? Torres and the Doctor try to discover the source of Voyager's increasing power drains.