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Old 11-26-2010, 11:27 PM
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I always had a problem with them have impulse engines on a craft this small just 100 years after first warp flight.

Nice Definition between the pod and the engine casing.
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Just a new version of one of the old ones:

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Old 11-30-2010, 10:28 AM
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I always wondered if the saucer can be separated...
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Old 11-30-2010, 02:57 PM
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No saucer separation, except by enemy weapons fire. The Nebula class doesn't do it, either. And with the Prometheus class, the sections that leave the main hull are unmanned, automated assault vessels.
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How do people get from one part of the Oberth into the other? Or is the large whale-like ventral section unmanned?
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I think the Oberth would have a manlift in each pylon. The pylons are narrow and curved, but that's okay. A manlift like the one we saw on the NX-01 would be fine. And it obviously doesn't need a wide passageway. The manlift cage could have its own gravity generators under the floor and would provide engineers a chance to do visual inspections en route of equipment and supplies in a pylon. Even though a pylon is curved, artificial gravity would be highly localized and oriented for direction of travel and seem normal to anyone riding such a manlift. A narrow turbolift is also possible, but a manlift requires less space, provides a view, and can stop anywhere en route to allow access to anything inside the pylon that requires an engineer's attention.
The narrowest type of manlift has just handles with a push-button control and a footrest, and it travels through a hole in each floor of a building barely wide enough for a person to fit through. An unpowered equivalent of that a firehouse pole or the Batpole.
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Another new version of one of the old ones, this time a bit fancier and with the EAS size estimate thrown out an airlock:

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Old 12-05-2010, 12:32 AM
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Another new version of one of the old ones, this time a bit fancier and with the EAS size estimate thrown out an airlock:


That has to be your best MSD thus far...
Lots of detail
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Why would those things be unauthorized (except the Klingon's flux capacitor)?
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Culpability for any temporal violation related to the incident in question lies solely with an alternate version of Admiral Kathryn Janeway, who did not survive the incident, and Starfleet Command denies that any records of such authorization exist or ever existed.
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