U.S.S. Zhukov NCC-26136 (LUG)

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U.S.S. Zhukov
U.S.S. Zhukov (TNG185)

U.S.S. Zhukov (TNG185)
Registry NCC-26136[1]
Class Ambassador
First Appearance TNG169 (30 Apr 1990)
LUG Timeline
(Last Unicorn and Decipher Roleplaying Games)

The Federation Starship Zhukov, an Ambassador class[2] starship commanded by Captain Gleason,[3] discovered the twin parallax suns of Ultais.[1] The Zhukov was Lieutenant Reginald Barclay's last assignment prior to transferring to the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D in 2366.[3] The Zhukov transferred Ambassader T'Pel to the Enterprise in 2367,[2] then in 2368, the Zhukov transferred several science teams to the Enterprise in preparation for that ship's mission at the Phoenix Cluster.[4]

Notes and References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Heinig, Jess Ross A. Isaacs (Line Developers). Starships. Star Trek Roleplaying Game. Book 4. Written by Bill Bridges, Andrew Greenberg, Kenneth Hite, Ross A. Isaacs, and Doug Sun. Illustrations by David Pipgras. Decipher, Inc.. 2003.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Roddenberry, Gene et al (Executive Producers). "Data's Day". Star Trek: The Next Generation, season 4, episode 11 (Production number 185). Directed by Robert Wiemer. Story by Harold Apter. Teleplay by Harold Apter & Ronald D. Moore. Paramount Pictures. 7 January 1991.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Roddenberry, Gene & Rick Berman (Executive Producers). "Hollow Pursuits". Star Trek: The Next Generation, season 3, episode 20 (Production number 169). Co-Executive Producer: Michael Piller. Directed by Cliff Bole. Written by Sally Caves. Paramount Pictures. 30 April 1990.
  4. "The Game." Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode 206. Television. Paramount Pictures. 28 October 1991.

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