Star Trek was originally conceived by Gene Roddenberry American science fiction television series. Roddenberry invented a utopian future world in which a united Earth has solved most of the modern world's problems: pollution, hunger, poverty and conflicts between people belonging largely to the past. By inventions such as synthetic replicators and faster than light technology, humanity, with the help of alien peoples, founded in the Milky Way colonies. Humanity has partnered with some alien nations established an umbrella organization of worlds: the United Federation of Planets.
The original Star Trek series followed the intergalactic adventures of Captain James T. Kirk and the crew of the space reconnaissance ship the Starship Enterprise. The series was in 1966 for the first time and walked three seasons.
Ultimately, the Star Trek universe grew into a successful media franchise with five television series, an animated television series, eleven films, dozens of games and hundreds of books, comics and of course plastic model boxes.