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The day in numbers: $7,107,040

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$7,107,040: The total amount raised by the world's first ever auction devoted solely to Star Trek memorabilia, including costumes, models, props and artwork from the 40-year history of the cult sci-fi franchise.

1,000: The number of items offered for sale in the Star Trek auction.

0: The number of items left unsold at the end of the auction.

$576,000: The amount paid by an anonymous American collector for a 78-inch model of the Starship Enterprise used extensively in the "Star Trek: The Next Generation" television series. The bid was the highest in the auction, and one of the highest prices ever paid for a piece of film or television memorabilia.

$15,000: The pre-sale estimate for the Enterprise model above.

$144,000: The top price paid for a costume at the sale (Dr. McCoy's space suit from 1968 TV episode "The Tholian Web").

6: The number of different Star Trek television series (including one animated series) that have aired in the 40 years since the very first Star Trek episode -- The Man Trap -- hit the screens on September 8, 1966.

79: Number of episodes in the original Star Trek series.

726: Total number of episodes in all six Star Trek series.

10: The number of Star Trek films that have been made.

2008: The date set for the release of the 11th Star Trek movie

4: Number of months it takes a Klingon baby to gestate.

250: The life expectancy of a Vulcan, in years.


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A USS Enterprise "Bridge" stage set on display at this weekend's auction of Star Trek memorabilia.

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