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Old July 22 2013, 07:08 PM   #31
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Re: Ship that's travelled the furthest?

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If the novels do count, Titan should get a mention for reaching the Magellanic Clouds (160,000-200,000 LY).
And Kirk's Enterprise, which ended up in the void between unknown galaxies (in another universe, no less!) in Chain of Attack.
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Old July 22 2013, 08:15 PM   #32
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Re: Ship that's travelled the furthest?

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ETA: A few trips through the Bajoran wormhole would easily eclipse the distance traveled by USS Voyager.
But the whole thing about a wormhole is that the distance through them is shorter than the distance going "around" them.

The impression I received from DS9 is that the distance through the wormhole is relatively short, maybe only a small number of miles.

If you do that for wormholes, you must do that for warp and all other FTL systems.
The distance traversed by a ship at warp, being space-time bent by warp engines, is far shorter than the unaltered space-time, for example.

By this criterion, a ship which used conventional engines to circle the solar system travelled more than ships that reached other galaxies, etc.
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Old August 3 2013, 03:59 AM   #33
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Re: Ship that's travelled the furthest?

It's obviously the Enterprise - D. Remember the episode in the first season called "Where No One Has Gone Before", the Enterprise went out of the Milky Way.
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