U.S.S. Constellation NCC-1974

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U.S.S. Constellation
Registry NCC-1974 (formerly NX-1974)
Class Constellation
Commissioned Reference Stardate 2/6002 (February 2275)

The lead vessel of the Constellation class,[1] the Federation Starship Constellation entered service on Reference Stardate 2/6002 (February 2275).[2][3][4] In 2293, the Constellation ran certification tests.[5]

In 2371, the Constellation was sent to transport a Jem'Hadar child abandoned on Deep Space 9 to Starbase 201.[6] After the U.S.S. Honshu NCC-60205 was destroyed in 2374, Starfleet assigned the Constellation and the U.S.S. Defiant NX-74205 to search for survivors in adjacent star systems.[7]

FASA Timeline

See: U.S.S. Constellation NCC-2500

Constellation class vessels

U.S.S. Andromeda NCC-2505 | U.S.S. Antares NCC-2514 | U.S.S. Antietam | U.S.S. Aquarius NCC-2517 | U.S.S. Betelgeuse NCC-2520 | U.S.S. Callisto NCC-2509 | U.S.S. Canopus NCC-2523 | U.S.S. Ceres NCC-2513 | U.S.S. Cochise | U.S.S. Constellation NCC-1974 | U.S.S. Diadem NCC-2521 | U.S.S. Effros NCC-2519 | U.S.S. Eridani NCC-2511 | U.S.S. Fading Sun | U.S.S. Ferrel | U.S.S. Gettysburg NCC-3890 | U.S.S. Gibraltar | U.S.S. Gihlan NCC-9761 | U.S.S. Hathaway NCC-2593 | U.S.S. Indiri NCC-2518 | U.S.S. Leonid NCC-2516 | U.S.S. Libra NCC-2506 | U.S.S. Magellan NCC-3069 | U.S.S. Minora NCC-2525 | U.S.S. Nebula NCC-2502 | U.S.S. Nova NCC-2501 | U.S.S. Orion NCC-2510 | U.S.S. Pisces NCC-2515 | U.S.S. Polaris NCC-2503 | U.S.S. Pulsar NCC-2508 | U.S.S. Sagittarius NCC-2507 | U.S.S. Sempach | U.S.S. Sirius Major NCC-2524 | U.S.S. Speedwell | U.S.S. Stargazer NCC-2893 | U.S.S. Taurus NCC-2512 | U.S.S. Tubman NCC-1757-B | U.S.S. Valkyrie NCC-2590 | U.S.S. Vespucci | U.S.S. Victory NCC-9754

FASA Timeline

U.S.S. Andromeda NCC-2505 | U.S.S. Antares NCC-2514 | U.S.S. Aquarius NCC-2517 | U.S.S. Betelgeuse NCC-2520 | U.S.S. Callisto NCC-2509 | U.S.S. Canopus NCC-2523 | U.S.S. Ceres NCC-2513 | U.S.S. Constellation NCC-2500 | U.S.S. Diadem NCC-2521 | U.S.S. Effros NCC-2519 | U.S.S. Eridani NCC-2511 | U.S.S. Hathaway NCC-2593 | U.S.S. Indiri NCC-2518 | U.S.S. Leonid NCC-2516 | U.S.S. Libra NCC-2506 | U.S.S. Magellan NCC-2504 | U.S.S. Minora NCC-2525 | U.S.S. Nebula NCC-2502 | U.S.S. Nova NCC-2501 | U.S.S. Orion NCC-2510 | U.S.S. Pisces NCC-2515 | U.S.S. Polaris NCC-2503 | U.S.S. Pulsar NCC-2508 | U.S.S. Sagittarius NCC-2507 | U.S.S. Sirius Major NCC-2524 | U.S.S. Stargazer NCC-2893 | U.S.S. Taurus NCC-2512

Mirror Universe

I.S.S. Gettysburg NCC-3890 | I.S.S. Stargazer NCC-2893


Notes and References

  1. Roddenberry, Gene (Executive Producer) & Berman, Rick & Hurley, Maurice (Co-Executive Producers). "The Battle." Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 1, Episode 9. Directed by Rob Bowman. Story by Larry Forrester. Teleplay by Wright, Herbert J. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 16 November 1987.
  2. "Rihannsu, Book Four: Honor Blade." Star Trek, Book 96. Novel. October 2000. Pocket Books.
  3. Stuart, Rick. "Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual." Star Trek: The Role Playing Game, Supplement 2012. Cover Design by Jim Nelson. Illustrations by Rob Caswell, David R. Dietrick, A.C. Farley, Dana Knutson, Jim Nelson, Jeff Laubenstein, and Todd F. Marsh. Deck Plans by Steve Venters. Cutaway Illustrations by David R. Deitrick. Ship Illustrations by Dana Knutson. FASA Corporation. 1988.
  4. The "Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual" listed the Constellation with a commissioning date of Reference Stardate 2/6002 (February 2323) and the registry number NCC-2500, and also stated that it was scrapped on Reference Stardate 3/0101 (January 2359). Other sources, however, contradicted this information: the Last Unicorn Games supplement "The Price of Freedom" listed the Constellation's commissioning date as 2304, the novel "Honor Blade" showed the Constellation as a newly-commisioned ship a few years after the events of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, while the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episodes "The Abandoned" and "Waltz" referred to and showed a Constellation class ship by that name. The possibilities are that there were either three separate Constellation class ships bearing the same name, or—more likely—that there was, in fact, only one ship. The contradictory information was been disregarded, and the ships' information has all been compiled together.
  5. Steven-Charles Jaffe & Ralph Winter (Producers). Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Directed by Nicholas Meyer. Story by Leonard Nimoy and Lawrence Konner & Mark Rosenthal. Screenplay by Nicholas Meyer & Denny Martin Flinn. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 6 December 1991.
  6. Berman, Rick & Piller, Michael & Behr, Ira Steven (Executive Producers). "The Abandoned." Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 3, Episode 6. Directed by Avery Brooks. Written by D. Thomas Maio & Steve Warnek. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 31 October 1994.
  7. "Waltz." Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Episode 535. Television. 5 January 1998.