July 06, 2013

Spacin' ain't easy

Constitution Class Starships (via Wikipedia)

 
NameRegistryDepiction
USS ConstellationNCC-1017Commanded by Commodore Matthew Decker. Scuttled to destroy a planet-eating machine.[30]
USS ConstitutionNCC-1700"Class Leader" - First ship in class upon which all Constitution-class vessels are based.
USS DefiantNCC-1764Taken to Mirror Universe by Tholians, in "The Tholian Web".[31] Captured by crew of ISS Enterprise (NX-01) and used in service of the Terran Empire, in "In a Mirror, Darkly".[32]
ISS EnterpriseNCC-1701Mirror Universe version of the USS Enterprise, in "Mirror, Mirror".[33]
USS EnterpriseNCC-1701Originally commanded by Robert April (2245–2250) Christopher Pike (2250–2265) James T. Kirk (2265-2270, 2271–2285) Willard Decker (2270-2271) (ship's stint during refit up to V'Ger incident). Spock (ship's stint as academy training vessel and during the Khan Noonien Singh incident 2282-2285) Vessel's self-destruction carried out while in orbit of the Genesis Planet, to prevent ship from falling into Klingon hands.[34]
USS Enterprise(Alternate timeline created by Nero)NCC-1701Originally commanded by Christopher Pike (launched 2258), then James T Kirk.[35]
USS ExcaliburNCC-1664[1]Severely damaged, and crew killed, during Richard Daystrom's M5 computer test.[36]
USS ExeterNCC-1672[1]All crew lost killed by alien disease except Caption Ronald Tracey who was on the planet surface when the disease struck the crew Captain Tracey was arrested after fight with Captain James T Kirk for violation of the Prime Directive.[37]
USS FarragutNCC-1647[1]Ship on which James Kirk served as a phaser station operator.[38] Attacked by the Dikironium Cloud Creature, killing half the crew.[38]
In the 2009 movie, Nyota Uhura was originally assigned to the USS Farragut but she argued with Spock to be transferred to the USS Enterprise instead. The ship never appeared on screen and was never given a class or registry number; both come from the Star Trek Encyclopedia.[1]
USS HoodNCC-1703[1]Participates in Richard Daystrom's M5 computer test.[36]
USS IntrepidNCC-1631[1]All-Vulcan crew killed by a giant, spacegoing single-celled animal.[39]
USS LexingtonNCC-1709[1]Participates in Richard Daystrom's M5 computer test.[36]
USS PotemkinNCC-1657[1]Participates in Richard Daystrom's M5 computer test.[36]
USS YorktownNCC-1717.Disabled by alien probe.[40]
USS PegasusNCC-1702.Patrolled the Klingon neutral zone.[41

4 Comments:

Blogger Viceroy De Los Osos said...

Damn. It doesn't say when they were decommissioned. Why haven't I seen any of these show up for tour at my local uber-corporate museum?

July 7, 2013 at 3:50 PM  
Blogger The Other Front said...

Hey, you guys have an SR-71, don't get greedy.

July 8, 2013 at 12:12 AM  
Blogger The Sum of All Monkeys said...

For more details on WTF was up with the Enterprise, pleas read this.

July 8, 2013 at 3:11 PM  
Blogger The Other Front said...

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July 8, 2013 at 3:58 PM  

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