Season three of Star Trek: Discovery wraps up on Thursday with “That Hope is You, Part 2.” Before diving into that, we have gathered together some behind-the-scenes images from the work on season three, including some new concept art.
Federation ships concept art
Today CBS shared two images of season three concept art, each with a collection of 32nd-century Federation ships. These ships were first revealed at Starfleet HQ in episode 5 “Die Trying.” We have zoomed on each of the new images to get a closer look at each ship and provided details for each.
USS Voyager-J – Intrepid Class
Obviously inspired by the original 24th-century USS Voyager from Star Trek: Voyager.
USS Nog – Eisenberg Class
Named in honor of the late Aron Eisenberg, who played Nog on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and passed away in 2019.
USS Le Guin – Mars Class
USS Maathai – Angelou Class
USS Jubayr – Courage Class
Named for 13th-century Arab geographer Ibn Jubayr.
USS Annan – Saturn Class
Named for Ghanaian diplomat and former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan.
And here is the original Tweet with the combined images.
— Star Trek on Paramount+ (@StarTrekOnPPlus) January 5, 2021
More behind-the-scenes on Discovery
Composer Jeff Russo posted a brief video clip of singer Ayana Haviv performing Andorian opera from last week’s episode.
New episode of @StarTrek Discovery streams today. Featuring @ayanahaviv singing the “Andorian” opera/aria I wrote for the episode. Check out this short clip of the recording session, she is amazing! #LLAP 🖖 pic.twitter.com/twPivnOw76
— Jeff Russo (@jeffersonrusso) December 31, 2020
Finally, Discovery star Sonequa Martin-Green shared some of her favorite off-camera images from episode one’s location shoot in Iceland.
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New episodes of Star Trek: Discovery premiere on Thursdays on CBS All Access in the U.S. and on CTV Sci-Fi Channel in Canada, where it’s also available to stream on Crave. Episodes are available on Fridays internationally on Netflix.
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