They called their new home 'Gavalros Seven' and some nicknamed it Galileo Seven. Jean-Luc Picard and his ship, the silver lady, known as the Enterprise one day got lost on deep space and were attacked by a ship, then crash landed on a planet far from Federation space. At the beginning life on the planet was rather . . . horrible. They were not used to this. They had to adjust to the new environment. Namely those adjusted first were Worf and Alexander.
Data, on the other hand, had come to a rather sad solution.
The replicators had all but stopped functioning so his internal water cleaner couldn't be made.
He had Geordi deactivate him and put him into a stasis pod, until they were found.
Yet,the last time he spoke to Captain Picard a couple decades ago.
"Captain. . ." Data said.
"'Call me Picard, Mr Data," Jean-Luc said. "We are not in the Enterprise anymore."
"I am. . . Considering putting myself in deactivation mode." Data said.
"Why?" Jean-Luc asked.
"The replicators are not functioning." Data said.
Jean-Luc went silent.
"Data. . ." Jean-Luc said. "I see."
First, he lost Q, then he lost the Enterprise, and now his good friend Data.
"But, I will be activated when we are found," Data said. "I have calculated it will take accordingly one year, four months, and twenty-two days for Star Fleet to find us."
"Hopefully." Jean-Luc said.
"I came to tell you," Data said. "That just because we were displaced does not mean we are stuck here forever."
"Right," Jean-Luc said. "And I will see you in a year."
"Affirmative." Data said, then he started to head toward off beaten path from the garden Jean-Luc had started to grow.
"Mr Data. . ." Jean-Luc said.
"Yes?" Data asked, facing toward Jean-Luc.
"Goodbye." Jean-Luc said.
Data nodded his head then resumed in the direction he went.
That was seventy-three years ago.