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Old September 30 2008, 03:04 AM   #11
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Re: Why Bother moving the Nacelles?

B_L_T wrote: View Post
The nacelles move because of the variable warp geometry. It was a way to get around the subspace damage that conventional warp drive causes. The nacelles shift position while the ship is at warp, they need to contstantly move in order to adjust to changing spacial and subspace conditions

It was later found that the variable warp geometry could be achieved with fixed naceles such as on the Enterprise E
Is there on screen canon to support this?
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