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Models of the original Enterprise and a Klingon D-7 ship are on display in the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum .

Scout ship introduced in the Star Trek: The Original Series tie-in novel series Star Trek: Vanguard and its follow-up Star Trek: Seekers . Retroactively named after Captain Jonathan Archer from Star Trek: Enterprise .

In Star Trek Into Darkness , Spock was to be reassigned to another Bradbury following Kirk's demotion from Captain of the Enterprise . In the end, he was reinstated to the Enterprise . [24]

In the script of the TNG Episode " The Battle ," Geordi La Forge identified The Stargazer as a Constitution Class, but it was dubbed to "Constellation" after the script was changed.

Named for the USS Constitution . (It should be noted that TOS USS Enterprise dedication plaque refers to this ship class as the "Starship Class".)

Ostensibly a refit of the Constitution class, this ship is canonically referred to as " Enterprise class" in Andrew G. Probert's Star Trek The Motion Picture: 14 Official Blueprints [52] [53]

Episode: TOS 001 - Cage, The Tweet Share Launched in 2245, the original and illustrious starship U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 was built in the San Francisco Yards orbiting Earth . The Constitution-class starship was previously captained by Robert April and Christopher Pike , before coming under the command of Captain James T. Kirk .

The ship arguably gained its status as the most famous space-exploration vessel in history due to its historic five-year mission from 2264-2269. During this mission, Enterprise encounted the Romulans for the first time since the Romulan-Earth conflict, engaged the robotic " Planet Killer " vessel, traveled back in time to 20th-Century Earth, and played host to Khan Noonien Singh , a product of late-20th Century genetic engineering who once fought in the Eugenics Wars.

Kirk's Enterprise had a crew of 430, 14 science labs, an observation deck, a massive lower deck which included main engineering, and a shuttle bay. The ship's armaments included forward phaser banks and photon torpedoes .

The starship underwent several refits, most notably in 2270, which involved an upgrade of most systems and the replacement of the bridge and warp-drive nacelles . This refit Enterprise was, first, commanded by Captain Williard Decker until the V'Ger incident forced a then-Admiral Kirk to assume command.

In 2285, Admiral Kirk assumed command from Captain Spock during a training mission when the Enterprise was diverted to investigate Regula 1. Ultimately, this divergence would result in Kirk's second encounter with Khan, and a brutal combat between Enterprise and the ship Khan hijacked, the Reliant . Captain Spock died on this mission.

Shortly before its decommissioning in 2285, Kirk took the Enterprise -- against orders -- to the Genesis Planet to rescue a rejuvinated Spock. It was also here that the vessel was destroyed by Kirk when threatened by Klingon capture.

This article lists characters in the various canonical incarnations of Star Trek . This includes fictional main and major characters created for the franchise.

Models of the original Enterprise and a Klingon D-7 ship are on display in the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum .

Scout ship introduced in the Star Trek: The Original Series tie-in novel series Star Trek: Vanguard and its follow-up Star Trek: Seekers . Retroactively named after Captain Jonathan Archer from Star Trek: Enterprise .

In Star Trek Into Darkness , Spock was to be reassigned to another Bradbury following Kirk's demotion from Captain of the Enterprise . In the end, he was reinstated to the Enterprise . [24]

In the script of the TNG Episode " The Battle ," Geordi La Forge identified The Stargazer as a Constitution Class, but it was dubbed to "Constellation" after the script was changed.

Named for the USS Constitution . (It should be noted that TOS USS Enterprise dedication plaque refers to this ship class as the "Starship Class".)

Ostensibly a refit of the Constitution class, this ship is canonically referred to as " Enterprise class" in Andrew G. Probert's Star Trek The Motion Picture: 14 Official Blueprints [52] [53]

Episode: TOS 001 - Cage, The Tweet Share Launched in 2245, the original and illustrious starship U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 was built in the San Francisco Yards orbiting Earth . The Constitution-class starship was previously captained by Robert April and Christopher Pike , before coming under the command of Captain James T. Kirk .

The ship arguably gained its status as the most famous space-exploration vessel in history due to its historic five-year mission from 2264-2269. During this mission, Enterprise encounted the Romulans for the first time since the Romulan-Earth conflict, engaged the robotic " Planet Killer " vessel, traveled back in time to 20th-Century Earth, and played host to Khan Noonien Singh , a product of late-20th Century genetic engineering who once fought in the Eugenics Wars.

Kirk's Enterprise had a crew of 430, 14 science labs, an observation deck, a massive lower deck which included main engineering, and a shuttle bay. The ship's armaments included forward phaser banks and photon torpedoes .

The starship underwent several refits, most notably in 2270, which involved an upgrade of most systems and the replacement of the bridge and warp-drive nacelles . This refit Enterprise was, first, commanded by Captain Williard Decker until the V'Ger incident forced a then-Admiral Kirk to assume command.

In 2285, Admiral Kirk assumed command from Captain Spock during a training mission when the Enterprise was diverted to investigate Regula 1. Ultimately, this divergence would result in Kirk's second encounter with Khan, and a brutal combat between Enterprise and the ship Khan hijacked, the Reliant . Captain Spock died on this mission.

Shortly before its decommissioning in 2285, Kirk took the Enterprise -- against orders -- to the Genesis Planet to rescue a rejuvinated Spock. It was also here that the vessel was destroyed by Kirk when threatened by Klingon capture.

This article lists characters in the various canonical incarnations of Star Trek . This includes fictional main and major characters created for the franchise.

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Volume 8, Issue 1, Spring 2015
pp. 101-103

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Models of the original Enterprise and a Klingon D-7 ship are on display in the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum .

Scout ship introduced in the Star Trek: The Original Series tie-in novel series Star Trek: Vanguard and its follow-up Star Trek: Seekers . Retroactively named after Captain Jonathan Archer from Star Trek: Enterprise .

In Star Trek Into Darkness , Spock was to be reassigned to another Bradbury following Kirk's demotion from Captain of the Enterprise . In the end, he was reinstated to the Enterprise . [24]

In the script of the TNG Episode " The Battle ," Geordi La Forge identified The Stargazer as a Constitution Class, but it was dubbed to "Constellation" after the script was changed.

Named for the USS Constitution . (It should be noted that TOS USS Enterprise dedication plaque refers to this ship class as the "Starship Class".)

Ostensibly a refit of the Constitution class, this ship is canonically referred to as " Enterprise class" in Andrew G. Probert's Star Trek The Motion Picture: 14 Official Blueprints [52] [53]

Models of the original Enterprise and a Klingon D-7 ship are on display in the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum .

Scout ship introduced in the Star Trek: The Original Series tie-in novel series Star Trek: Vanguard and its follow-up Star Trek: Seekers . Retroactively named after Captain Jonathan Archer from Star Trek: Enterprise .

In Star Trek Into Darkness , Spock was to be reassigned to another Bradbury following Kirk's demotion from Captain of the Enterprise . In the end, he was reinstated to the Enterprise . [24]

In the script of the TNG Episode " The Battle ," Geordi La Forge identified The Stargazer as a Constitution Class, but it was dubbed to "Constellation" after the script was changed.

Named for the USS Constitution . (It should be noted that TOS USS Enterprise dedication plaque refers to this ship class as the "Starship Class".)

Ostensibly a refit of the Constitution class, this ship is canonically referred to as " Enterprise class" in Andrew G. Probert's Star Trek The Motion Picture: 14 Official Blueprints [52] [53]

Episode: TOS 001 - Cage, The Tweet Share Launched in 2245, the original and illustrious starship U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 was built in the San Francisco Yards orbiting Earth . The Constitution-class starship was previously captained by Robert April and Christopher Pike , before coming under the command of Captain James T. Kirk .

The ship arguably gained its status as the most famous space-exploration vessel in history due to its historic five-year mission from 2264-2269. During this mission, Enterprise encounted the Romulans for the first time since the Romulan-Earth conflict, engaged the robotic " Planet Killer " vessel, traveled back in time to 20th-Century Earth, and played host to Khan Noonien Singh , a product of late-20th Century genetic engineering who once fought in the Eugenics Wars.

Kirk's Enterprise had a crew of 430, 14 science labs, an observation deck, a massive lower deck which included main engineering, and a shuttle bay. The ship's armaments included forward phaser banks and photon torpedoes .

The starship underwent several refits, most notably in 2270, which involved an upgrade of most systems and the replacement of the bridge and warp-drive nacelles . This refit Enterprise was, first, commanded by Captain Williard Decker until the V'Ger incident forced a then-Admiral Kirk to assume command.

In 2285, Admiral Kirk assumed command from Captain Spock during a training mission when the Enterprise was diverted to investigate Regula 1. Ultimately, this divergence would result in Kirk's second encounter with Khan, and a brutal combat between Enterprise and the ship Khan hijacked, the Reliant . Captain Spock died on this mission.

Shortly before its decommissioning in 2285, Kirk took the Enterprise -- against orders -- to the Genesis Planet to rescue a rejuvinated Spock. It was also here that the vessel was destroyed by Kirk when threatened by Klingon capture.


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