U.S.S. Horizon NCC-176
The Federation Starship Horizon was a Daedalus class starship commanded in the 2160s by Captain Vince Waldron. In the early 23rd century, the Horizon, the U.S.S. Decatur, and the S.S. Potemkin were attacked by the Raptor class I.K.S. K'araH IKS-312.
Daedalus class vessels
U.S.S. Adirondack • U.S.S. Anson • U.S.S. Archon NCC-189 • U.S.S. Carolina NCC-160 • U.S.S. Zefram Cochrane • Daedalus • U.S.S. Stephen Decatur • U.S.S. Drake • U.S.S. Dykstra • U.S.S. Essex NCC-173 • U.S.S. Heinlein • U.S.S. Horizon NCC-176 • U.S.S. Kearsarge • U.S.S. Kon-Tiki • U.S.S. Lindbergh • U.S.S. Lovell NCC-470 • U.S.S. Nimrod • U.S.S. Olympus • U.S.S. Probert • U.S.S. Ptolemy • U.S.S. Republic • U.S.S. Rochelle • U.S.S. Franklin D. Roosevelt • U.S.S. Shepard • U.S.S. Valley Forge • U.S.S. Wakefield • U.S.S. Yeager NCC-76 • U.S.S. Yorktown NCC-108
Notes and References
- Though multiple secondary sources list the Horizon as being responsible for first contact with the Iotians, the Star Trek: Enterprise novel "Kobayashi Maru" revealed that it was actually the E.C.S. Horizon that was responsible, an assertion reinforced by the presence of the book "Chicago Mobs of the Twenties" in Travis Mayweather's quarters in the Enterprise episode "Horizon."
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