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Previews Of NX-01 ‘Refit’ from 2011 Ships Of The Line Calendar February 8, 2010

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Art,ENT,Merchandise , trackback

For the last decade or so, one of the most anticipated Trek products each year is the Ships of the Line calendar, featuring work from veteran Trek artists, wrangled by Doug Drexler. Last week Doug put up a sneak peak of a special bonus centerfold for this year’s calendar, featuring a tech manual style -look at a couple of the ships in the calendar including a ‘refit’ of the NX-01 from Enterprise, which bridges the gap towards a TOS style.


NX 01 gets a ‘season 5 refit’

The 2011 Ships of the Line calendar will include a newly designed ‘refit’ of the NX-01 from Star Trek Enterprise, that is being designed by Drexler and Pierre Drolet. Drexler describes it as a "fifth season projection" that ties into the design from the original Star Trek.

Here is a teaser Drexler put up in January.

Click to see full size at Doug’s Blog

In addition to showing off the ship, there will also be centerfold that has a technical design for NX01 refit as well as the XCV-330 ‘ring ship. A description from Doug’s Blog

A SOTL bonus next year will be a tech manual style centerfold featuring a couple of the more unusual additions: the NX-01 refit, and Matt Jefferies revolutionary ringship, the XCV-330. Above is the rough blocking out of the page with spaceholder text. The final image will be fully rendered with tech by Mike Okuda. Mark Rademaker is doing an awesome job fleshing out Matt’s novel design, and we can’t wait to get a look at the final.

Click to see full size at Doug’s Blog

More in SOTL 2011

Over the last couple of months, Doug has also dropped some other updates on the 2011 Ships of the line calendar

Previously released desktop from Richter’s new movie Enterprise – he will be making new image for 2011 Ships of the Line calendar

2010 Trek calendars

And if you are still looking for a calendar for 2010, check out review of all three of the official Star Trek calendars, including the Ships of the Line version.

The Ships of the Line 2010 Calendar is out now and can be ordered from Amazon.




1. Kaleb - February 8, 2010


2. Jorg Sacul - February 8, 2010

awesome whipped topping on top of awesome-cream!

3. The TOS Purist aka The Purolator - February 8, 2010

That’s what the ship should have looked like from the start, instead of a total rip-off of the Akira-class.

4. CmdrR - February 8, 2010

PLEASE — this year, give us a 6″ edition! I only have one spot I dare hang my proud emblem of nerdom, and it takes a 6″ calendar.

5. Jeyl - February 8, 2010

Wow. That’s a far better design for the NX than the original. Wow.

6. Jordan - February 8, 2010

Ugly and stupid. The POINT of the NX-01 was that it didn’t have a secondary hull. Now its been reduced to the same-old formula they use over and over again in ship design.

7. Steve - February 8, 2010

Something for the author of the next Romulan War book to think about?

I half hope so, good way to carry on the origins of the recognisable Starfleet ship design.

8. Christine - February 8, 2010

I like the bridging of the gap. Very nice looking ship!! The NX-01 is one of my favourite Starfleet ships, second only to the Enterprise-A and the Enterprise-E!

(…I want a model now, dangit.)

9. Sybok's Secret Brother - February 8, 2010

I like it!

10. Jordan - February 8, 2010

I just don’t see a need to make something unique less unique.

11. Captain Dunsel - February 8, 2010

“Click to see full size at Doug’s Blog”

Clearly this is some use of the term “full size” with which I was not previously familiar.

12. They call me Stasiu - February 8, 2010

I liked the rear quarter view in the teaser, but after seeing the profile, I’m no longer enamored with the idea. To my surprise I’m used to the NX-class as it was in the beginning.

13. Captain Z - February 8, 2010

It’s really cool seeing the starship designs evolve from the NX-class to the Kelvin, to the Constitution class.

14. Canadianknight - February 8, 2010

Nice to see the NX making the logical move to look more Connie-like. Love it. Can’t wait to see the 2011 calendar. :D

15. SebiMeyer - February 8, 2010

Thanks for spoiling that! Geesh, why do you think I subscribe to Nacelles Monthly?

note to IO9: this is a joke.

16. NX01 - February 8, 2010

this refit was canceled, because the ratings were low……………………………..

……………….. “that’s a little joke”
come on someone had to go there.

17. Spockboy - February 8, 2010

Now THIS is a gorgeous starship design…

: )

18. cd - February 8, 2010

I always thought NX-01 could use a secondary hull. That would have been pretty cool.
I might actually buy this calendar.
BTW, once Enterprise got rid of that annoying temporal cold war and Xindi disaster (and alien Nazis), it was shaping to be a decent show. They cancelled it just as it was getting good.

19. Pyork (JE) Productions - February 8, 2010

# 6

The point of the ship is to help tie it into the original series. Don’t like it, find a new franchise

So when does Enterprise come back?

20. Sci-Fi Guy - February 8, 2010

There is just no way to make the NX look good, is there?

21. MorbidGorn - February 8, 2010

I like it.

Now I have to start picturing this ship as a read “The Romulan War” novel.

22. Expanse - February 8, 2010

This serves as more proof that “These Are the Voyages…” was an inaccurately written holonovel. A crewman’s death was attributed to Trip, and the NX-01 was mistakenly depicted without its secondary hull.

Seems like it was composed by some amateur historian.

23. M_E - February 8, 2010

I guess adding a secundary hull to the NX design is not really a big breakthrough but honestly, it seems the artist ripped off a ST Bridge Commander design here…

24. mikephys - February 8, 2010

On to Season 5! When is Enteprise coming back to finish it’s 7 year run?

25. Weerd1 - February 8, 2010

Working on a scratch build of a similar concept- as much as I groaned when the show started, I really came to appreciate what we used to call “The Akiraprise.” Miss the show too. Oh, and 22? Right there with you…

26. crazydaystrom - February 8, 2010

@ 11 Captain Dunsel-
Well you know how we guys can be ;-)

27. WGW - February 8, 2010

but it is not canon! this ship was not in these are the voyages! LOL!

28. mjmjr91 - February 8, 2010

@ 7, who said they were doing another Romulan War book? just because the book only covers the first year or so of the war… I never heard any announcements of future books… just waaay back a long time ago just when Beneath the Raptor’s Wing hadn’t even hit shelves yet, when it was still a proposed series, that it had been cut down to just one book. :(

29. jas_montreal - February 8, 2010

Well, i don’t see the point in complaining…. its not part of cannon… so if you like you it.. great…. if you don’t… then its not part of OFFICIAL trek stuff. So fret ppl !

30. CarlG - February 8, 2010

@27: Do you really WANT “These Are The Voyages” to be canon? Why would you inflict that on yourself if you didn’t have to? ;)

31. Agentm31 - February 8, 2010


32. Desstruxion - February 8, 2010

3. The TOS Purist aka The Purolator – February 8, 2010
That’s what the ship should have looked like from the start, instead of a total rip-off of the Akira-class.
What’s wrong with the Akira having a lineage just like other ships?

33. Starfleet06 - February 8, 2010

Beautiful design. It appears to be the logical step in refitting the NX-01.

Enterprise was really something else — a very enjoyable show.

34. Alex Rosenzweig - February 8, 2010

#17 – That design is very cool, though my absolute favorite is Doug Graves’s TOS.5.2 Either would have been vastly more suitable for the new movie. Oh, well…

On topic, I actually really like both the “refit” of the NX design and Mark Rademaker’s exploration of the ringship Enterprise. I am very psyched for the 2011 Ships of the Line Calendar.

35. Canon Schmanon - February 8, 2010

The Trek ships are always best when treated as members of the cast. The Enterprise is so beloved because it was a beloved character in the show. The NX-01 was never treated that way, and they missed a great opportunity. Hell, Archer couldn’t even bring himself to sit in the captain’s chair.

For your indulgence, here’s an amateur poster of most, if not all, of the Trek ships:

36. Hat Rick - February 8, 2010

35, there’s a good reason starships are referred to in the same terms as a beautiful woman.

With apologies to Goethe, a starship of beauty is a joy forever.

37. Ceti Alpha 5 - February 8, 2010

If only Enterprise lasted 3 more seasons.

38. Christine - February 8, 2010

#17 :: Yeah.. um… It might just be my computer, but that Enterprise looks pretty darn.. beige. Like it was painted or something. I like the metallicy, steel/duranium/whatever metal they use on starships look.

(Maybe that’s what I liked about the Ent’-E?)

I gotta agree though. The original design is gorgeous. Me, though, I’ve always been waaaaay fond of Romulan and Klingon vessels. And the Andorian and Vulcan vessels we saw on ENT. Fabulous!

39. Allen Williams - February 8, 2010

wow i like the bridge commander one better. I liked the design until i saw that side view. That just looks ……… i don’t know but its frekin ugly.

As for the show, whats wrong with you people. Enterprise was always good from day one. Sure season 4 was awsome, but that doesn’t mean that season 1 wasn’t also good.

40. Allen Williams - February 8, 2010

#35 what do you mean it wasn’t a character. It was very disturbing to see her swiss cheesed during the attack in the 3rd season. It was still shocking to see it in the begining of the 4th season. When she relaunched the reused footage from the first episode was all that more powerful. I cared more about the nx-01 then voyager or ds9 (as characters). The enterprise D never really meant that much to me either. I was a bigger fan of the A.

41. Canon Schmanon - February 8, 2010

#40 – Then we will have to agree to disagree. The ship felt like a vehicle in the series to me, and not a loved vessel that housed its crew. Sorry.

42. Christine - February 8, 2010

#41 :: Well, just keep in mind that throughout ENT Captain Archer and his crew were more concerned about just getting around and out alive! We’re talking a ship that didn’t even have shields, much less decent weaponry.

Personally, I liked how much the show focused on the crew and the plot… Maybe a little too much on the plot, but the character-driven stories were fabulous.

43. Canon Schmanon - February 8, 2010

Christine – I’m not arguing the characters or stories. I’m just saying that I wished Captain Archer had seemed to love his ship as much as Kirk loved his, or even as much as Warf loved the Defiant. The show was, after all, named Enterprise.

44. Hat Rick - February 8, 2010

That’s thing about Star Trek starships. Not only do they HAVE character, to most fans, they ARE characters. It’s hard to say that about any other kind of fictional starship, except maybe the Millennium Falcon.

I think that the reason for this is that we anthropomorphize the “starring” starships through their association with its crew. Ships like the various Enterprises are all at once impassive, imposing, yet nurturing, and we know they are this because the human (and alien) characters aboard them instinctively know this to be true.

I have read that when the Enterprise was destroyed in Star Trek III, there were those in the audience who cried. Could it be because they knew that a little bit of Captain Kirk died along with his ship, and because they vicariously suffered, as he did viscerally, as the source and the subject of his protect perished to save the lives of her crew?

45. Canon Schmanon - February 8, 2010

Hat Rick – You are correct. In fact, the Voyage Home, to me, really lacked because of the absence of the Enterprise. They should never have made one of the Trek films without such an important character.

46. MC1 Doug - February 8, 2010

“Andrew Probert is going a new TNG era Romulan “uber cruiser”

As Dr. McCoy once said, “Going? Going where?”

47. Danno - February 8, 2010

i don’t know if we are looking at the same ship here or not, but I think I looks “kit-bashie” at best. Sure the NX was just an Akira upside down, but this makes it even worse. Looks like on of the new ST online starship classes. eck.

48. ryanhuyton - February 8, 2010

Ships in Star Trek stir the imaginations of fans in a way that Star Wars
can’t and doesn’t, except maybe the Millenium Falcon. I think that it is due to the fact that in Star Trek, the ships are treated like characters and not just vessels transporting people or blowing things up. Apart from the Millenium Falcon, its hard to get “attached” to a ship in Star Wars. I was able to become fond of all the main ships from Star Trek, ie., the NX-01, original Enterprise, Enterprise-A, Enterprise-D, Enterprise-E, Voyager and the Defiant(s) from DS9. Each ship had its own adventures, abilities and proved themselves in battle. Even ships seen only once like the Prometheus from Voyager or the Enterprise-C are ships that I can admire.
And the alien ships are cool as well. The sneaky TNG Romulan Warbird. The classic Klingon battlecruisers. The intimidating Borg cube. The dangerous, kamikaze, scarab-like Jem’Hadar attack ships. When one thinks about Star Wars, its more about what it would be like to be a Jedi or Sith. When one imagines Star Trek, its about what it would be like being Captain Kirk or Picard commanding their Enterprise exploring the galaxy or wanting to be Captain Sisko taking the Defiant into battle. Doug Drexler, Rick Sternbach, Matt Jeffries, Andrew Probert and others put a lot of love into designing ships and it definitely shows. The majority of ships in Star Trek I love. I have a hard time thinking of any I don’t like.

As for the NX-01 refit, that is a cool “redesign”. But it stayed true to the version seen on “Enterprise”. I have the “Ships Of The Line” book which is awesome. I hope that Pocket Books considers releasing a second volume hopefully with more text.

And if Mr.Sternbach is reading, I’d like to know what his “favorite” ships are and which one he had the most fun designing.

49. MC1 Doug - February 8, 2010

Perhaps for those who feel Enterprise was a character, she might have, had she a computer voice (Majel’s) like the other series. Then perhaps the ship might have seem more like a beloved ‘crew member.’

i.e., she needed a personality… I’m just sayin.’

50. MC1 Doug - February 8, 2010

I think I am not alone here in that a lot of us would like to ignore the final episode of ‘Enterprise’ so as not to experience Cmdr. Tucker’s death.

I wish Brannon B or Rick B would go on record as saying that was a plot device IF ST: E had miraculously survived for a fifth season. As is, what a stupid way to send the series!

I’m glad the writers of fiction, alas not canon, have found a way around that sorry excuse of an ending.

51. MC1 Doug - February 8, 2010

#29: “Well, i don’t see the point in complaining…. its not part of cannon… so if you like you it.. great…. if you don’t… then its not part of OFFICIAL trek stuff. So fret ppl !’

Jas, Jas… it is ‘canon!’ say it with me…

c-a-n-o-n… lore, history, established methodology…

c-a-n-n-o-n… weapon, a weapon that fires projectiles…

there is a difference.


52. StevenMAW - February 8, 2010

I want a 5th Season Now! We need a Trek series, and why not start by giving a more appropriate finish to Enterprise, give it three more seasons, this refit, and add Shran to the crew, do everything planned. Meanwhile start on fleshing out a new series, and I have an excellent idea for one.
I think Star Trek should have a series with an Asian Captain (specifically more along the lines of Vietnamese, Philipino, Thai, Cambodian), bring back the female doctor, have her of Mediterranean descent (Italian, Greek, Spaniard, Portuguese), bring back the Communications officer have it be male and of Hispanic descent and have double duty sciences/engineering, and have these characters be Roman Catholic, because I think exploring Earth religions in an era of space travel would be fascinating and the complexity and rich history of Catholicism, mixed with the Catholic acceptance of the presence of extra terrestrial life would make it the perfect choice. Have a female Muslim Arabic Chief Engineer and a Hindu Indian Security officer. Have a Half Vulcan/Half Klingon Tactical officer (separate security and tactical to make it more interesting) and have this officer be completely at peace with his or her apparent contradiction of heritage. Have a Half Deltan/Half Vulcan male who is married to a Half Deltan/Half Betazoid female, who serve as chief nurse and counsellor respectively and have it be that the Deltan sexual advancedness does not affect Vulcans nor Betazoids in the way it does humans. Have a Science officer who is an Nigerian woman, an operations officer who was born and raised in California’s Central Valley but spent significant time in Monterey and San Diego, California who can be of mixed Earth heritage, and Conn/Navigational officer who is female and of mixed Asian desecent, and an Andorian first officer. Overall I want to see a rather diverse and less Anglo-American crew, Star Trek can do that I know it can. Also as a side note, though being mentioned in a background communication in “Yesterday’s Enterprise” and present on the blueprints of the Enterprise-D, I want to see Cetacean Ops and Navigation. Oh and have it in the 24th century roughly a year after Romulus’s destruction, and have it introduced by Captain Harry Kim and Seven of Nine.

53. Ashley - February 9, 2010

To those of you who think the NX-01 refit is a ripoff of the “USS Atlantis” ship from the BC mod, it is not… For one thing, that design was already proposed a year before that ( …. But ultimately, the NX with a secondary hull originated with Doug Drexler (designer of the NX-01 and the refit) before the show even began…The refitted design is essentially how he originally envisioned the ship to look like, and it’s well thought out and definitely different from either Atlantis or that other potential refit.

54. Hat Rick - February 9, 2010

What is interesting to me is the idea of continuing the story of Enterprise by other means. Even though the series is off the air, there is a relaunch of sorts that seems to be ongoing, much as DS9 was relaunched in the novels.

55. captain_neill - February 9, 2010

looks cool.

But I did like the NX 01 as it was, it was meant to be a earlier ship and therefore a lot smaller than the other ships.

Enterprise was a great show

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57. Damian - February 9, 2010

Enterprise is not coming back. That ship has sailed. If there are any future TV shows, it will be based on the new JJ Abrams universe. While nothing is impossible, the chances of a return of Enterprise are about as close to it as you can get. However, the anyone who enjoyed the series and has not read the books, check them out. Andy Mangels and Michael Martin have done a great job of continuing the story and starting the Romulan War. It may not be a TV show, but is a good read nonetheless.

#28–the former editor, Margaret Clark, did say that this would only begin the story of the war. The way the Beneath the Raptor’s Wing ended, I think Star Trek fans would storm the gates of PocketBooks if they decided to leave it at that. I do hope that whoever is in charge realized there is genuine interest in that story and authorizes continuing novels. This year they wanted to focus on the original series until the end of the year. Hopefully next year we will see the next Enterprise novel. I just wish someone at Pocketbooks, or someone who may be working on the next novel would let the fans know it’s at least being worked on. Throw us a bone here.

58. doug_skywalker - February 9, 2010

oh what could’ve been…

thoughi was under the impression that the ships went toward the Daedalus design for warp 7 vessels circa 2164…

59. jas_montreal - February 9, 2010

@ 51.

I’m pretty sure for Paramount, all the movies and tv shows ONLY, are considered cannon. The books and everything else are not cannon.

60. captain_neill - February 9, 2010


I for one hope when it comes back to TV it will be the prime universe

61. Frederick Von Fronkensteen - February 9, 2010

The refit looks like it would have been good for a story taking place about 25 years or so before Pike’s time. I always had the beef that the ship was too close to the Enterprise type ships, it should have been a Horizon-type spherical hull to be accurate. The saucer hulls should have only come much closer to the TOS time.

62. Loskene - February 9, 2010

For those saying the NX-refit is a ripoff of a Bridge Commander design, you do realise that Doug Drexler designed the NX-01, after practically fighting the Enterprise producers to let him make a new ship instead of going with their awful plan to use an existing Akira class there and then. The man single handedly saved Enterprise from instant oblivion from the get-go. He is very much free to change the ship however he sees fit. I, for one, like what he’s done with it and hope to see full size renders in the future.

63. THX-1138 of 9 - February 9, 2010

I love the Ships of the Line Calendars and book. As a matter of fact, they need to put out some more books with new images.

And #62 is right. You can dislike it all you want but you can’t discount where it came from. The design of the NX-01 grew on me after a while. It is really quite an elegant little ship. I am looking for one of the big Polar Lights models to kit bash into a Daedalus class ship I saw online. It lends itself brilliantly to i(If anyone has one of these and an old Deathstar model it would be greatly appreciated.)

64. Danpaine - February 9, 2010

60. captain_neill – February 9, 2010

“I for one hope when it comes back to TV it will be the prime universe”

Amen, I’m with you on that. But I wouldn’t count on it…..

65. Will_H - February 9, 2010

I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who instantly noticed that the refit was a ripoff of the Atlantis that was actually designed based off of a concept piece for the NX-01 that is credited to Paul Frenczli. So really they need to give some people credit for the design because its no way an original work. Here’s a link with some of his designs.

The Atlantis design is still much closer, though, to what’s up there and should be credited. Either way, it would have been a much better design for the NX but if only.

66. Desstruxion - February 9, 2010

44. Hat Rick – February 8, 2010
That’s thing about Star Trek starships. Not only do they HAVE character, to most fans, they ARE characters. It’s hard to say that about any other kind of fictional starship, except maybe the Millennium Falcon.
I think that Serenity in the Firefly series was treated very much like a character. You could tell on many occasions (as many as are possible in 14 episodes) that Mal really loved his ship. Much like Kirk and Han Solo revered theirs. That was a series that really needed to go a little further. Too bad Fox didnt know what to do with it. Sci Fi (SyFy) might have made it work. Maybe.

67. Desstruxion - February 9, 2010

Wonder if anyone will come out with a conversion kit for the Enterprise models on the market. Would be a unique collectible.

68. Lord garth, Formerly of Izar - February 9, 2010


Holy Crap those are beauties!

69. DJT - February 9, 2010

Spockboy. The ol’ girl looks sweet.

70. Canon Schmanon - February 9, 2010

Desstruxion – You’re correct about Serenity. It was as much or more of a character than the Enterprise was. And that’s how the ships should be treated.

71. New Horizon - February 9, 2010

65. Will_H – February 9, 2010

You obviously didn’t read the previous posts which stated that the design ‘originated’ with Drexler, and that it was what he had planned for the ship from the beginning.

72. Rick Sternbach - February 9, 2010

#48 – Trek ships that I really like that I didn’t design include the 1701 Refit and the Klingon Battle Cruiser (various ones from the feature films). Ships that I did design that I like best are Voyager and the Klingon Attack Cruiser, these days about 50-50. They were both fun to work out, though Voyager was a bit of a long drawn out process. I’m also very fond of the Delta Flyer and the “speedboat” shuttle.

73. Holger - February 10, 2010

Wow, great ideas, great work. I’m looking forward to the 2011 calendar. Thanks for this preview!

74. rogue_alice - February 10, 2010

Rick, I for one loved Voyager. She was a trim ship and, I think, a piece of art. She had all the correct cues but was something different than what we had seen. And, I am pleased that she has rounded or softened edges (and not the sharp bow that some of the pre-designs suggested).

She’s the only ship for which I don’t have a model. Argh.

75. Holger - February 10, 2010

Only one little piece of nitpicking: now that the NX-01 has a big deflector dish on the secondary hull, the small longish dish on the forward saucer is really obsolete and should be removed. One could install a messhall in that area.

76. NanuNanu - February 10, 2010

Holger, I had the same thoought as well!

77. Mark Rademaker - February 10, 2010

@75 Holger

I had that idea as well, perhaps someday there will be a 7th season refit. :)

78. YARN - February 10, 2010


NX-01 wasn’t the best design to begin with.

Ugly plus a secondary hull still adds up to ugly.

79. Ashley - February 10, 2010

@75 The old deflector dish in front is now the auxiliary deflector. The warp reactor and engine room are still in the same place, also as an auxiliary (or supplement) so the ship can still go to warp even if the secondary hull fails, is damaged, or destroyed.

80. Dr. Image - February 10, 2010

#17 OH my….
Those are shockingly great!

81. Josh - February 10, 2010

Rick Sternbach,

I love you, I love the work you did on Star Trek. I’ve never had soooo much fun as I’ve had curling up with the ST TNG Technical Manual. It’s a geek orgasm, cubed. Please, please, don’t ever stop translating “techo-babble” into plausible stuff, or I’ll cry.

But – I’m very sorry – Voyager was the ugliest ship of the Federation. That’s just a personal opinion, of course, but I think that ship was the most unbalanced, ungainly ugly duckling ever to leave Utopia Planitia.

Hate to say it to you, since you’re responsible for so much of the best of Star Trek (really, I mean it), and you’ve given fans like me soooooo much pleasure and fun. But Voyager? Not your best work.

82. Tom R - February 11, 2010

If people want Enterprise back that badly let CBS know!!! Starting a campaign with this page wouldn’t be a bad idea.

83. O'Neill - February 11, 2010

Sounds great. Good to hear Andrew Probet is back. His paintings are the no 1 reason I buy these calendars.. is the guy who did that awesome starbase pic back too?

84. Rocket Scientist - February 12, 2010

This isn’t exactly on topic, but it still has to do with Star Trek ships: Toys R Us has marked down a bunch of Trek toys for clearance so I picked up the 2009 Enterprise for $20. You know something? It’s not bad! I rather like it now that I can hold it in my hands and turn it around to view various angles.

At first I accepted it. Then I started to dislike it. Now I really do, kind of like it. In a way.

I think (but I still have trouble buying that it’s as big as they say).

85. Rocket Scientist - February 12, 2010

Strike that. I…LIKE…IT! (But it’s still not bigger than a Galaxy class. No sir, not gonna buy that. Not a chance).

86. Requiem1971 - February 13, 2010

Rocket Scientist…

I’ve thought of this same issue, as it where. The new size of the Enterprise. Wow, thats a huge size. But if you follow the logic, each ship that comes after this new Origional – Enerprise, then those too would be even larger. The Galaxy class must be really really huge now.

Just a thought,

87. m - July 9, 2010

atuly thats a confedaration class

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