What are the Klingon ships called?
The Original Series era
- Bird of Prey classes.
Why does Starfleet not use cloaking?
The Federation must have known that not developing its own cloak would have given them a tremendous disadvantage in comparison to Klingon and Romulan technology of the time.
What is the name of the Romulan ship in Star Trek?
The largest and most powerful of Romulan spacecraft, first detected in late 2364 by the Federation in the first Romulan meeting in 53 years. Nearly twice the length overall of a Galaxy-class starship, this vessel used an artificial quantum singularity to power its warp-drive system.
How are the Vulcans and Romulans related?
The Romulans and Vulcans descend from the same ancestor species — specifically, the Romulans are an offshoot of ancient Vulcans. Before they established logic as the foundation for their culture and history, Vulcans were similar to humans — emotional and warlike.
What are the names of the Star Trek ships?
There are two ships called the Saratoga in Trek canon and they look exactly the same. The first one appeared in Star Trek: IV: The Voyage Home. But the second one, and probably a little more famous was the ship Ben Sisko was serving aboard when he fought the Borg at the Battle of Wolf 359.
What is the Star Trek ship called?
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine takes place primarily on a space station, but they have a ship, called the Defiant. The ship in Star Trek: Voyager is called Voyager.
Who designed Star Trek ships?
Establishing basic designs (1966–1969) The original Star Trek television series (1966–1969) established key tenets of the Star Trek franchise: an intrepid, diverse crew traveling through space and encountering the unknown. Matt Jeffries designed the crew’s space ship, the USS Enterprise.
Who is Captain Kirk in Star Trek?
James Tiberius Kirk is a character in the Star Trek universe played by William Shatner. The Captain. Captain Kirk was the principal lead character in the original Star Trek series. Shatner voiced Kirk in the animated Star Trek series and appeared in the first seven Star Trek movies.