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Captain Kathryn Janeway and Captains chair
Captain Janeway in the Captains chair
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Captain janeway commands the USS Voyager NCC-74656in Star Trek: Voyager

There is some more information about her from wikipedia after the pictures.

Janeways Ponytail.



Janeway from the show.



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Kathryn Janeway
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kathryn Janeway, played by Kate Mulgrew, is captain of the United Federation of Planets starship USS Voyager on the television series Star Trek: Voyager. Captain Janeway is the first female captain to be the lead character in a Star Trek series.

Casting

The character was originally named "Elizabeth Janeway" after the famous writer Elizabeth Janeway. However, after Geneviève Bujold was cast, Bujold requested the character to be renamed "Nicole Janeway". Bujold, who had mainly feature film experience and was not prepared for the schedules demanded by series television, dropped out on the second day of filming on the pilot episode "Caretaker". Kate Mulgrew, who had previously auditioned for the role, was brought in. She suggested that the name be changed to "Kathryn".[1] Actresses Erin Gray and Chelsea Field also auditioned for the role.[2]
Character bio
Captain Janeway took command of the Intrepid-class USS Voyager.[3] in 2371. Their first mission was to locate and capture a Maquis vessel last seen in the area of space known as the "Badlands".[3] While there, the Maquis ship and Voyager were scanned by a coherent tetryon beam and are subsequently hurled into the Delta Quadrant, 75,000 light-years away, by a massive displacement wave.[3] The Maquis ship is destroyed while fighting the Kazon, and although Voyager survives, there are numerous casualties.[3] In order to protect an intelligent species (the Ocampa), Janeway destroys a device, the Caretaker Array, that has the potential to return her crew to Federation space, stranding her ship and crew seven decades' travel from home.[3]
Her first major task is integrating the surviving Maquis and Voyager crews.[3] Chakotay, captain of the Maquis ship, succeeds the deceased Lieutenant Commander Cavit as her first officer.[3] Janeway also grants convicted criminal, former Starfleet officer, and accomplished pilot Tom Paris a field commission, and makes him Voyager's helmsman.[3]
Janeway often acts as the moral center of the show. Her character does not exhibit the same equivocations about the prime directive that Picard or Sisko demonstrate. Most laud what they refer to as her ethical self-assurance, whereas some believe the character hypocritical and self-righteous. Janeway's other interactions with her crew include helping the ex-Borg Seven of Nine reclaim her individuality and humanity and advocating for the Doctor's status as a sentient being.[3] In the final season of Voyager, it was revealed she had made first contact with more races than any other Star Fleet Captain, including James T. Kirk.
Voyager has protracted contact with the Q Continuum and the Borg.[3] With the intervention of a future/alternate version of herself, Janeway leads her crew in using one of the Borg's transwarp conduits to return her ship to Federation space after traveling through the Delta Quadrant for seven years.[3]
During a cameo appearance in the film Star Trek Nemesis Captain Jean-Luc Picard receives orders for the mission to Romulus from Vice Admiral Janeway, who had been promoted, like most of her crew, after Voyager's return from the Delta Quadrant.[4]

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