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Notes: Nomad was an Earth robotic probe, created by Jackson Roykirk, launched in 2002 to seek out alien life forms. Shortly after launch Nomad was presumed destroyed by a meteor collision. More then 200 years later Nomad was discovered by the USS Enterprise, it was determined that the probe had actually collided with an alien probe called Tan Ru, creating a super powerful device capable of destroying imperfect life forms.
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