OBERTH-CLASS

  • USS Biko
    NCC-50331
    Rendezvoused with the Enterprise-D on stardate 46271 at Deinonychus VII.
    Named for Steven Biko, South African civil rights activist, martyred in 1977.
    "A Fistful of Data's" - TNG

  • USS Bonestell
    NCC-31600
    Destroyed at Wolf 359 by the Borg in 2367.
    Named for astronomical artist Chesley Bonestell.
    "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" - TNG

  • USS Cochrane
    NCC-59318
    Transported Doctor Bashir to Deep Space 9 in 2369.
    Named in honor of Zefram Cochrane.
    "Emissary" - DS9

  • USS Copernicus
    NCC-623
    In Space Dock at the time the Enterprise-A was launched.
    "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home"

  • USS Grissom
    NCC-638
    Destroyed in 2285 by a Klingon Bird-of-Prey at the Genesis Planet.
    Named for the Mercury astronaut Virgil I. Grissom, who was killed in the Apollo 1 fire in1967.
    "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock"

  • USS Oberth
    NCC-602
    Prototype

  • USS Pegasus
    NCC-53847
    While commanded by Admiral Pressman in 2358 the Pegasus was a prototype starshipused as a testbed for many of the new system designs used on Galaxy-class ships. Whiletesting an illegal phasing cloak the crew mutinied and only seven crewmembers escaped.The Pegasus while still cloaked drifted into an asteroid not to be found until 2370.
    The Pegasus was originally planned to be a Cheyenne-class starship however it wasdecided to make it an Oberth-class. Named after the famous winged horse of Greekmythology that sprang from the severed neck of Medusa.
    "The Pegasus" - TNG

  • USS Raman
    NCC-29487
    Lost at Marijne VII in 2370, the crew was killed by subspace lifeforms living in the loweratmosphere of the planet.
    Named for Nobel Prize winning physicist, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman.
    "Interface" - TNG

  • USS Tsiolkowsky
    NCC-53911
    In 2364 the crew of 80 officers became infected and died from the results of the Psi 2000virus while monitoring the collapse of a red super giant star into a white dwarf star.
    Named after the Russian space pioneer Konstantin Tsiolkovsky.
    "The Naked Now" - TNG

  • SS Vico
    NAR-18834
    Destroyed in 2368 while exploring a Black Cluster by the severe gravitational wavefrontsamplified by the Vico's shields.
    "Hero Worship" - TNG

  • USS Yosemite
    NCC-19002
    Severely damaged while studying the plasma streamer between a binary star in the IgoSector in 2369.
    Named after Yosemite National Park.
    "Realm of Fear" - TNG

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