SciFi Ship Size Chart

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Lookit all the ships


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    Max

    ^^who really cares?

    lee7

    Indeeeed. The more important thing is how do they all compare to the Death Star? They should have a map where it’s the death star, and a bunch of dust off to the side.. You’d be able to distinguish Lexx and the Executor class ship, and a couple others.. but yeah..

    EvilDon

    That is sooo cool. Now who would win in a fight….

    Typhoid_Garry

    No Firefly?

    Fail.

    Lord_Gorlock

    I’ve had the Star Trek vs. Star Wars debate with my friends many a time, and they always point out the fact that the Empire’s ships are ENORMOUS. True…but how truly efficient can a 17 km long ship be?! Just getting from one end to the other would be a major undertaking! Nevermind trying to coordinate effors on the Death Star! Still, cool ships on both sides.

    RonThePirate

    Isn’t it nice that the metric system is used intergalactically?

    Lenin_1917

    Thats awesome! Thanks for the link Reboot

    The Matrix: Rebooted

    Impossible to compare Star Trek and Star Wars because neither is very realistic. Consider the Death Star: If your power plant is produces enough energy to overcome the gravitational potential of a planet and literally blow it up, then your wasting your time focusing it into a beam. Why not disperse it into to field effect weapon and have a “laser shot gun” that will take out the whole rebel fleet (even snub fighters)! Then turn around and use the same beam to sterilize the planetary surface. Star Trek is just never consistent enough to judge. In TOS, its strongly… Read more »

    deleted_user

    wtf is this, lol

    www.merzo.net/images/2mppswspaceslug.gif

    Also, no halo ships = fail. and no, halo itself is not a ship it’s a planet technically.

    The Matrix: Rebooted

    The space slug is from an obscure ’80s movie
    The Halo is not a planet because it is not rounded by its own gravity.

    deleted_user

    reboot: like the half life(2) story(s), halo is very unclear on things. When on the halo, gravity holds you down, but much like earth, while a mile or 2 above ground (or so) gravity will not hold you down.

    The Matrix: Rebooted

    casemods: I believe the explanation for “gravity” on Halo is that its generated by centrifugal force.
    Gravity or centrifugal force, doesn’t matter. One of the defining characteristics of the Halo is that it is not round therefore it is not a planet.
    Hint: try clicking on the links and reading the articles that I am linking to. Also I’m pretty sure it’s not a natural body, but I didn’t follow the story much.

    Mythstae

    Either I’m blind, or there’s no Firefly in that. 🙁

    But there is on that website reboot posted! 😀

    Ben1605

    I see no borg cube in either the pic or the link 🙁

    Anonymous

    Ben1605… do you remember what the Borg Cube looked like? Seriously.

    In the pic, it’s on the right edge about halfway down.

    In the link, it’s in the -10x panel about 2/3rds of the way down on the left side.

    Ben1605

    Ben1605… do you remember what the Borg Cube looked like? Seriously.

    In the pic, it’s on the right edge about halfway down.

    In the link, it’s in the -10x panel about 2/3rds of the way down on the left side.

    Oops, didn’t scroll that far 😡

    Deleted_User

    How would Red Dwarf stack up against these? It is sadly missing.

    Kevin

    Where’s the TARDIS?