TOS Ships?

Discussion in 'Star Trek - Original Series' started by Captain Nebula, Feb 7, 2014.

  1. GSchnitzer

    GSchnitzer Co-Executive Producer Moderator

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    I don't believe the Spacematic (or the NCC-K7 shuttlecraft with which it shares the shuttlebay) are actually visible in anything other than some behind-the-scene footage. Even if it is, it's only visible in the DS9 episode, so I guess that's out of the scope of this discussion.

    Yes, those shuttlecraft names are from the Remastered/enhanced versions.
     
  2. Wingsley

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    Lest we forget: the unmanned Saturn V rocket seen in "Assignment: Earth". Definitely a spacecraft.
     
  3. Myko

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    Did we really see Mudd's ship in the original "Mudd's Women"? I only recall seeing asteroids and not even an optical effect for Mudd's ship.

    Edit: I could've just looked this up on TrekCore. There is a ship, nevermind me!
     
  4. King Daniel Beyond

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    ^I wonder if Mudd's ship from Into Darkness counts similarly to the TOS-R and "Trials and Tribble-ations" as an after-the-point addition to TOS? It looks to me like they extrapolated from the original shape, minus the golden (shield?) glow:
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    (the ID ship is upside down)
     
  5. Robert Comsol

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    and with an NCC-registry of "1631".

    In my NCC thread an interesting piece of detail turned up (post # 125) according to which the registry of the Intrepid was originally to become "1707" in ST IV.

    Which makes the TOS-R scene in "Court Martial" rather interesting. Does the "1631" really belong to this Intrepid (it's not on the starship status chart because it reads "1831") or another starship, instead?

    Bob
     
  6. Keith1701

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    yes, I agree.
     
  7. Keith1701

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    Great Picture.
     
  8. Maurice

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    Since when were there lens flares on 1960s Star Trek? Another example of the remastered effects people missing the consistency boat.
     
  9. Captain Nebula

    Captain Nebula Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Thanks Everyone!
     
  10. ZapBrannigan

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    There was a big lens flare shot in "Bread and Circuses." And the original fx had a kind of lens flare at the end of "All Our Yesterdays." :)
     
  11. HIjol

    HIjol Admiral and Consummate Peacemaker Premium Member

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    LMAO!
     
  12. HIjol

    HIjol Admiral and Consummate Peacemaker Premium Member

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    ...curious...

    ...sources differ on the explanation, ranging from the difference in script drafts and references to the compliment of the crew (all Vulcan) to extrapolating the class of the ship by references to the number of crew members (430)...even the registry number varies by source..."1631", "1831", "1708", "631"...
     
  13. publiusr

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    I loved the Aztek ship from "How Sharper"
     
  14. plynch

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    There's some nice filming in "Bread."