LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Nearly 50 years after the original air date of “Star Trek,” the U.S. Postal Service unveiled Forever stamps dedicated to the iconic show.

The USPS dedicated the stamps during a convention in New York City, which is expected to draw thousands of fans.

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The stamps cost 47-cents, or $9.40 for a sheet of 20, and were issued Friday.

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The stamps feature four show-inspired illustrations, including one which features the U.S.S Enterprise spacecraft.

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The sci-fi show first debuted Sept. 8, 1966.