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The episode begins with a great shot of a close up shot of the matter synthesis device in Burnham’s quarters as it is replicating a Starfleet uniform.
The device is likely a precursor to the replicator seen in later incarnations of the series, capable of replicating any kind of matter.
It would surprise few if the show’s producers continue to introduce elements of the canon, big and small, to help structure the universe they are building toward.
Picard: There are many parts of my youth that I'm not proud of...
universe were more obvious, that didn't stop producers from also hiding smaller nods in the background.
That starts with the introduction of characters like Ambassador Sarek (James Frain), who happens to be the father of original series character Spock (Leonard Nimoy), and a younger version of Harry Mudd (Rainn Wilson), who appeared on that same show. After watching the two-part series premiere, From the moment First Officer Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) steps onto the bridge of the USS Shenzhou, one small but incredibly important detail was very apparent.When Captain Lorca receives a transmission from Admiral Cornwell, he is eating. Stamets for having an agitated conversation with Captain Lorca while he is trying to fix his broken nose, and tells Stamets that he if he does not hold still his nose will end up looking like a Tellarite.The plate has the name “USS Discovery” embossed around the side, echoing back to Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country where both the USS Enterprise and the USS Excelsior have dinnerware embossed with the names of their starships. Tellarites are one of the Federation’s founding races, and have very distinctive noses! Robinson piloted on the first Warp 2.5 flight, occurred in 2143 (“First Flight”), narrowing down the launch window of the details him as a veteran of the old-Earth military’s M. If you want the official explanation on the Franklin and it’s warp factor: it was a M.