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Old 05-28-2008, 11:20 PM
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Default Seven starships named U.S.S Enterprise

Oh, what seven would those be?

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According to TNG and DS9, there have only been six
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Old 05-29-2008, 09:35 AM
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According to TNG and DS9, there have only been six
Federation Starships is the line.

NX-01 is NOT a Federation Starship, was an Earth ship.
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According to TNG and DS9, there have only been six
Yes wouldn't it have been nice if B and B had made even a token effort to weave Enterprise into established Star Trek Cannon? Shame that they didn't. anyway this has been debated time and time again so enough of that.
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If the Enterprise J is canon and is the first Enterprise "timeship", then there would still be the F, G, H, and I left to go as starships, which would make a total of 10 Starship Enterprises wouldn't it?
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Starship Enterprises shown on screen, as far as I know:

Earth:
USS Enterprise XCV-330
NX-01 Enterprise (not USS, though)

UFP:
USS Enterprise NCC-1701
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-A
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-B
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-C
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-J
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I wouldn't count the "Enterprise-J" as an official ship because it comes from only a potential future in the same way the three-nacelled Enterprise-D was from a potential future in TNG's "All Good Things..."

One of the constant things in Trek has been that the future has never been written in stone...
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Different ship designs have come from different timelines. So.... who's to say which timeline is the correct one?
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That's exactly my point. It's only one of many potential timelines out there, so there could be many different versions of the Enterprise-J.
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That's exactly my point. It's only one of many potential timelines out there, so there could be many different versions of the Enterprise-J.
Enterprise-J is a timeship, not a starship. Three nacelled Galaxy from "All Good Things" was a refit of the Enterprise-D from another quantum reality.
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