Star Trek – Enterprise E Off center

Star Trek - Enterprise E Off center


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    TGGeko

    pretty, does it come in wallpepper?

    MikeBabaguh

    This doesn’t look like a Sovereign-class vessel. The secondary hull is wrong. It’s clearly Starfleet, though, and it’s a nice-looking ship.

    MikeBabaguh

    On second thought, maybe it is the Enterprise-E. The angle is a bit funky.

    RSIxidor

    I used to imagine every series possible as being a cross over with Transformers.

    Starships from Star Trek were some bad ass motherfuckers in these day dreams.

    tiki god

    @RSIxidor:
    Voyager had those totally pointless/awesome moving nascelles

    RSIxidor

    @tiki god: +
    I of course do not recall this. The only series I watched a lot of was Deep Space Nine, and I loved it. Especially the Ferengis.

    RSIxidor

    YOU STUPID FUCKING PLUS SIGN! YOU’VE SHOWN UP AGAIN HAVE YOU I WILL KILL YOU MEET YOUR NEMESIS: –

    vincent.ex2

    @RSIxidor: Same here, I watched it as a kid, but as grew I saw it was silly.

    lumps937

    Certainly not the Enterprise E. The nacelles are in the wrong position (below the primary hull) and the wrong shape. The Sovereign class nacelle has a trapazoidal cross-section with a ridge running down the length of the top of the nacelle. This clearly does not. Also, as noted above, the secondary hull looks wrong.

    Puulaahi

    The new Star Trek Movie kicked uber ass. FYI

    TGGeko

    : dork

    bytehead

    Well, according to this: www.shipschematics.net/startrek/images/federation/galexploration_sovereign.jpg it almost looks like it. The nacelles are rounder as lumps937 says. (937, is that your area code, in Dayton? The UFO code? [look at the phone and see what that spells…]) And it’s a weird angle, so the secondary hull could look like that. Yes, I’m a Trek geek. And no, I did not go out and watch the movie yesterday or today, that will be tomorrow, unless my wife decides to go see the son in Savannah and his girlfriend, and then it will be Monday. I’m not dragging my wife through the… Read more »

    MrPsychic

    @tiki god: The sad thing is that I know why it had the movable nacelles. They were designed in response to scientific data showing that warp drive was damaging to subspace, as shown in TNG episode “Force of Nature”

    kocollins

    @MikeBabaguh:
    Ship is not only off center, it’s upside down.

    happyjack

    That is an Excalibur-class starship, which I believe is a fan-created ship…it’s bounced around the internet for a couple of years, I’ve seen it used as a battleship in third party modifications to Star Trek RTS games. A flatter and larger variant on the Sovereign-class.