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Henry Archer was one of the pioneers of the Warp 5 engine, and worked extensively with Zefram Cochrane. He was also the father of noted Starfleet captain and Federation President, Jonathan Archer.

Through the hard work and petitioning of Archer and Cochrane, the Warp 5 Complex was opened on Earth in 2119, just a few weeks before Cochrane's disappearence. (ENT novelization: Broken Bow)

Henry had Clarke's Syndrome. He experienced hallucinations and died when Jonathan was 12 years old (in approximately 2124). In 2154, Henry's son would wonder if genetic engineering would have saved his father's life. (ENT episode: "Cold Station 12 (episode)")


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Henry Archer worked as the chief developer in the Warp 5 program in the 22nd century. He was the father of Earth Starfleet Enterprise captain Jonathan Archer.

During his career, Archer knew and worked with such famous humans as Dr. Zefram Cochrane and Emory Erickson. Working in the Warp 5 program, Archer was primarilly responsible for creating the warp five engine as a part of the NX program. (ENT: "Broken Bow", "Daedalus")

In 2122, he contracted Clarke's Disease and died from it in 2124, not living to see the warp five engine in action. He was survived by his wife Sally Archer and his son Jonathan. (ENT: "Cold Station 12")

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