Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Enterprise1701, May 25, 2023.
No, the Bellerophon was the colony ship Dr. Morbius arrived on, and was later destroyed.
(Here he comes with the “Cross-Universe” stuff again…)
Bellerophon; It sorta sounds like that stuff from “Mission Impossible: Thandi”.
Or the ship from Andromeda which could function like a flying gun, also called Bellerophon
U.S.S. Flying saucer
U.S.S. Unknown flying object
USS Uncle Martin
Would it sport tattoos?
(Apologies to Yip Harburg, Harold Arlen, Groucho Marx, Kermit the Frog, and Joan Morris.)
If you mean THIS Lydia, I'm down!
Diana for me.
Jane Badler was awesome!
And a version with black racing stripes for This Lydia
U.S.S. CHARLIE BROWN
Seriously. Both real nicknames for early lunar NASA spacecraft. Or rather, two parts of one spacecraft. I think they’d be lovely, dropped in as an Easter Egg. Even as shuttle names or something.
Some alien names/words:
cHekkantdonhchieirriezh (From the Welsh part of Betazed)
Qualities; for a large fleet of many different classes, types, and sizes of ship:
Still too many vowels...
USS Rock (or Dwayne for that matter)
The Rock would make a great captain...the catch phrases alone would be worth it.
I actually named my second ship in STO (A Connie refit) USS Rock
USS Garkarin (I'd say Grissom too but we already have it).
USS Cochrane (How is that not a thing?)
If we, indeed, accept as Canon the existence of an official “Garbage Scow” starship, to tour the Quadrant, ridding Space of Refuse, than how ‘bout;
The USS(less) Donald J. Trump
I hope that includes breakfast tea. I wouldn't mind seeing USS Tetley's saucer section...
As for USS Sausage, that better not be a little dinghy, either...
Separate names with a comma.