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Old August 14 2012, 02:57 AM   #1

not sure if this is the right place. has there been any sign of a technical manual or blueprints for the new Trek?

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Old August 14 2012, 01:12 PM   #2
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Re: products...

No, I'm afraid not. All we know about the ships from the last movie are the overal lengths of the Enterprise (725m) and the Kelvin (457m) from the Bluray "Starships" feature.

A few other statistics slightly different for the Enterprise were available on the now-defunct "Experience the Enterprise" virtual tour site in 2009:

Mass: 495,000 metric tonnes
Overall length: 2500 feet
Saucer diameter: 1100 feet
Ship height: 625 feet
Crew complement: 1100
Shuttle compliment: 16 short range shuttlecraft
Warp nacelle type: Leeding FWG-1

Tobias Richter has made an amazing CG model, supposedly he's studied the actual CG model from the movie. Orthographic views HERE.
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