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Old 06-14-2009, 02:10 AM
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I don't think money was ever 'no object' in TNG, early on or later, despite being a well funded show for the time. Now you could just do a CGI shot of something new.

Bear in mind 'Shades of Gray' came about because they had no money left at the end of season 2.

I think the Excelsior would be a tighter fit, but I think it would get through.

In fact, that point makes the Spacedock in the new film make a lot more sense - as the ships are all docked 'outside' so to speak, they can be built as big as you like as long as the docking port is compatible with the station.

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