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Old March 11 2008, 12:08 AM   #10
Wingsley
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Re: Schematics made with Vance's toolkit

Sean,

Here are some examples from Masao's Starfleet Museum you may find inspirational:

http://www.starfleet-museum.org/amarillo.htm

http://www.starfleet-museum.org/krechet.htm

This next couple I would love to see as a kind of speciality tug for moving pre-fabbed space stations from Starbase to remote locations; I would reverse the orientation of the whole ship so the bow is the stern and vica versa. The long, tubular section on the stern is the pre-fabbed space station module, which can be jettisoned at the destination, already manned and operational.

http://www.starfleet-museum.org/pioneer.htm

http://www.starfleet-museum.org/conqueror.htm

Here's a neat design, except for the third nacelle; maybe a secondary hull/pod could be attached there, with a deflector dish:

http://www.starfleet-museum.org/wasp.htm

And here's another great design, which has similarities to Vance's recent Armstrong class:

http://www.starfleet-museum.org/moskva.htm

And here are a couple of similar designs:

http://www.starfleet-museum.org/gagarin.htm

http://www.starfleet-museum.org/hyperion.htm
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