UPN (ended 2005)
Length: 225 m 289 m
Width : 136 m 130 m
Height: 33 m 67 m
|Archer's looked like a tin can with nacelles. The NCC-1701 ruled.|
According to the nice big shiny poster on my wall:
Length is 230m
Width is 135.8m
height is 34.3m (of course in space Height width and length are all arbitrary)
Also, pointless fact-fans:
It has 7 decks,
an accommodation count of 82 (not necessarily crew compliment),
4 phase cannons and 4 impulse torpedo launchers,
5 docking points,
4 sub-light impulse engines
2 shuttlebays and 2 shuttlepods on hot standby
and a dog that shouldn't eat cheese. (not on the poster but accurate)
|How long did it take Picard? If I can remember correctly, the first 15 minutes of his movie...LOL.|
Which ship of Picards? The D or the E? I only ask because the D lasted seven years and the E hasn't blown up (yet) I ts had the hell kicked out of it a few times but it always survived.
|The Wrath of Kahn I believe it was. Star Trek 3.|
Wrath of Khan was Star Trek 2, Search for Spock was 3.
And yes, I am a Trekkie Nerd. (hence the knowledge provided above about the NX-01)
It was shocking when the Enterprise was destroyed in Star Trek 3. For the uber-nerds, that practically made you sick to your stomach. It was really something when they get their new ship at the end of Star Trek IV (NCC-1701-A). It was almost like they'd come home and we (the audience) could breathe a sigh of relief. However, I felt that in Star Trek VII (Generations) the destruction of "D" was a ploy to make an epic entrance into movies with that cast. It dind't have the gut-wrenching finality of Star Trek III.
Honestly, watching the ship get destroyed at this point is pretty meaningless. They've done it so often that it lacks any impact anymore.