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Old 08-05-2011, 11:34 AM
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Default Constitution-class in the 24th century! Here's the proof!

I was watching some screencaps of "The Best of Both Worlds" parts I and II and I discovered that when the Enterprise arrived to Wolf 359, you can notice a damaged secondary hull of a Constitution-class refit. Now, I'm not sure if they are still in service, or if they were pulled out of mothballs just to confront the Borg...even though I'm sure they would barley make any difference compared to the Galaxy or Sovereign-class ships hehe! But still, something I noticed!

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