Federation Starfleet Class Database - Nebula Class


STARSHIP NAME REGISTRY NUMBER   INFO
U.S.S. Bellerophon NCC-62048
The USS Bellerophon (NCC-62048) was a Federation Nebula-class starship that was in service to Starfleet in the latter half of the 24th century.
In 2367, the Bellerophon participated in the battle against the Borg at Wolf 359. It engaged the attacking Borg cube, alongside the starship USS Yamaguchi, at the time the cube had tractored the USS Saratoga. It was ultimately destroyed in the battle along with 38 other starships.
DS9 "Emissary"
The Star Trek Encyclopedia misspells the name as "Bellerephon". This raises the question whether the typographical error misspelling the name originated in the Encyclopedia, or another backstage source.
The registry, which was originally published in the Encyclopedia, was later confirmed by a photograph posted by Doug Drexler.

Text from the Memory Alpha, the free Star Trek reference
U.S.S. Bougainville NCC-61809   Destroyed SADA station at Cassandra (2368).
DECIPHER Star Trek Roleplaying Game Starships Book
U.S.S. Chesapeake NCC-62010   Mapped the Nutrion Expanse and later took part in the liberation of Betazed (2375).
DECIPHER Star Trek Roleplaying Game Starships Book
U.S.S. Endeavour NCC-71805



It served in Picard's armada to blockade Romulan supply ships supplying the Duras family forces during the Klingon civil war of 2367-2368.
TNG "Redemption, Part II"
The Endeaver was stationed in the Cleon Sector later in 2368 when Enterprise-D crew members were controlled by Ktarian operatives seeking to gain control of Starfleet. Commander Qilliam Riker was ordered to pilot a shuttle to the Endeavour to spread the Ktarian takeover.
TNG "The Game"
The Endeavour was part of the Starfleet armada that intercepted a Borg cube at Earth on stardate 50893.
Star Trek: First Contact
The Starship Endeavour was named in honar of British explorer James Cook's flagship and for NASA's space shuttle.
Star Trek Encyclopedia II , III
U.S.S. Farragut NCC-60597
(NCC-60591)





Second ship to bear the name. The Farragut was one of the three starships that transported the crew of the starship Enterprise-D from Veridian III after the Enterprise-D saucer section crash-landed there in 2371.
Star Trek Generations
The Farragut was destroyed by Klingon forces in 2373 near the Lembatta cluster. The Farragut had been assigned to evacuate Federation colonists on Ajilon Prime during the Klingon offensive.
DS9 "Nor the Battle to the Strong"
Star Trek Encyclopedia II
In the Star Trek Encyclopedia the Registry is 60591.
The Star Trek Fact File take the registry as NCC-60597
U.S.S. Hera NCC-62006

Commanded by Captain Silvia La Forge. The Hera had a crew of 300, most of whom were Vulcan. The ship disappeared without a trace in 2370. Captain Silvia La Forge was the mother of Enterprise-D engineer Geordi La Forge.
TNG "Interface"
Named for the Greek goddess Hera, wife of Zeus and queen of gods.
Star Trek Encyclopedia II
U.S.S. Honshu NCC-60205

On stardate 51408.6, the Honshu was attacked and destroyed by a wing of Cardassian destroyers. Captain Benjamin Sisko and Gul Dukat's case on Starbase 621, managed to escape in a shuttlecraft.
DS9 "Waltz"
The Honshu was named for the largest of the islands of Japan.
Star Trek Encyclopedia III
U.S.S. Leeds NCC-70352

The USS Leeds (NCC-70352) was a Nebula-class starship that served during the late 24th century. During this time it docked at the space station Deep Space 9 at least once.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
The Leeds was the Nebula-class vessel seen during the DS9 opening credits in seasons 4-7. While the registry number and name are not visible in the appearances on screen, the model of the ship used has been photographed bearing these markings. Michael Okuda has stated that, during the credits sequence, the Leeds model appeared on screen with that label. Other appearances of otherwise unidentified Nebula-class vessels (e.g. DS9: "The Visitor", "Profit and Lace", "Doctor Bashir, I Presume" and "Sacrifice of Angels") have not been associated with the USS Leeds.
Text from the Memory Alpha, the free Star Trek reference
U.S.S. Leopard NCC-62344   First vessel to penetrate and map the Tholian interphase (2357-2360); lost on Tholian border (2360).
DECIPHER Star Trek Roleplaying Game Starships Book
U.S.S. Lexington NCC-61832 Dr. Elizabeth Lense was the chief medical officer on the Lexington. In 2371 the Lexington docked at station Deep Space 9.
DS9 "Explorers"
Star Trek Encyclopedia II
U.S.S. Merrimack
U.S.S. Merrimac
NCC-61827

Ship that transported Ambassador Sarek and his party from Legara IV back to vulcan, following the Legaran conference of 2366.
TNG "Sarek"
The Merrimack transported Cadet Wesley Crusher back to Starfleet Academy following his vacation aboard the Enterprise-D in 2368.
TNG "The Game"
This ship was named in honor of the vessel that became the noted iron-clad warship C.S.S. Virginia, that fought for the Confederacy in the American Civil War.
Star Trek Encyclopedia II
It later served in Captain Picard's task force to blockade the Klingon-Romulan border during the Klingon Civil War in 2368. It was positioned between the USS Ahwahnee, USS Hornet, USS Charleston and USS Tian An Men.
TNG "Redemption, Part II"
Later that year, the Merrimack transported Cadet Wesley Crusher back to Starfleet Academy on Earth.
TNG "The Game"
Text from the Memory Alpha, the free Star Trek reference
U.S.S. Monitor NCC-61826 Sent to the Romulan Neutral Zone border in preparation for a possible battle, after Starfleet received warnings of a Romulan buildup at planet Nelvana III in 2366. The warnings, from Romulan defector Alidar Jarok, were later found to be baseless.
TNG "The Defector"
Star Trek Encyclopedia II
U.S.S. Nebula NX-60602
NCC-60147
NCC-60000


Lead ship of the class; reassigned to Sector 001 as test vessel for pod configurations
The "NX" Registry is from DECIPHER Star Trek Roleplaying Game Starships Book
The "NCC" Registry is from Star Trek Communicator Magazine
DECIPHER Star Trek Roleplaying Game Starships Book
U.S.S. Prometheus NCC-71201 U.S.S. Prometheus Dedication Plaques


The science ship used by terraformer Gideon Seyetik on his project to reignite the dead sun Epsilon 119.
DS9 "Second Sight"
Named for the mythological Greek Titan who stole fire from heaven for the benefit of mankind.
Star Trek Encyclopedia II
U.S.S. Proxima NCC-61952 The Proxima was lost in the Gamma Quadrant sometime prior to 2371. It was believed that the ship and crew fell victim to the Dominion.
DS9 "In Purgatory's Shadow"
Named for Proxima Centauri, a star 4.3 light years from Earth.
Star Trek Encyclopedia II
U.S.S. Sutherland NCC-72015 U.S.S. Sutherland Dedication Plaques





The Sutherland was commanded by Commander Data as part of Picard's armada to blockade the Romulan supply ships supplying the Duras family forces during the Klingin civil war in 2367-2368.
TNG "Redemption, Part II"
In 2374 the Sutherland, under the command of Captain Shelby, was apart of the Ninth Fleet headquartered at station Deep Space 9. Lieutenant Manuele Atoa was part of the ship's crew in 2374.
DS9 "You Are Cordially Invited"
The Sutherland was due to visit Deep Space 9 one day after stardate 51597.2.
DS9 "Change of Heart"
The Sutherland was a modification of the Nebula-class U.S.S. Phoenix. The upper sensor pod and supporting struts were changed for the Sutherland. The Sutherland was named for Horatio Hornblower's flagship in the classic C. S. Forester novels that served as one of Gene Roddenberry's original inspirations for Star Trek.
Star Trek Encyclopedia II , III
U.S.S. T'Kumbra NCC-62100

Commanded by Captain Solok, the T'Kumbra served on the front lines of the Dominion war. In early 2375, the vessel put in to station Deep Space 9 for repairs including an overhaul of the ship's warp core and upgrades to the inertial damper systems. while at the station, several members of the ship's crew indulged Solok's desire to challenge his former classmate, Benjamin Sisko, to the ancient Earth sport of baseball. The K'Kumbra team, composed entirely of Vulcan nationals, called themselves the Logicians.
DS9 "Take Me Out to the Holosuite"
Star Trek Encyclopedia III

The NCC-62100 is from the DECIPHER Star Trek Roleplaying Game Starships Book
U.S.S. Temeraire NCC-65387   Commanded by Captain Donaldson; whereabouts currently unknown at this time.
DECIPHER Star Trek Roleplaying Game Starships Book
U.S.S. Ulysses NCC-66808
In 2371, the U.S.S Ulysses, comanded by Captain Entebe, studied protoplanetary masses in the Helaspont Nebula.
DS9 "The Adversary"
Star Trek Encyclopedia II

It name honors the hero of Greek mythology, the king of Ithaca, and a leader of the Greeks in the Trojan War
Startrek.com


From the "The Star Trek Animation Archive"
From Star Trek Starship Spotter

   Length 442.23 meters  
   Beam 318.11 meters  
   Height 130.43 meters  
   Mass 3309000 metric tonnes  
   Performance Warp 9.6 for 12 hours (STD); warp 9.9 for 12 hours (Uprated)  
   Armament Eight type-10 phaser emitters; two photon torpedo launchers  
   Accommodation 750 officers and crew; 130 visiting personnel; 9800 personal evacuation limit  
   Power Plant One 1500 plus Cochrane warp core feeding two nacelles; one impulse system  
   Type Explorer  
   Production Base ASDB Integration Facility, Utopia Fleet Yards, Mars  
  From Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual  
   Length 465 meters  
   Height 140 meters  
   Beam 467 meters  
   Complement 750  
   Decks 21  
   Commissioned 2357  
   Phasers Type X (x3)  
   Torpedo Launchers Mk 80 DF (x2)  
   Impulse System FIG-5 (.92c)  
   Warp system LF-41 (6/9.2/9.6)  
   Shuttlebay 2  
   Shuttlecraft 14 Size worth  
  From DECIPHER Star Trek Roleplaying Game Starships Book  
 

History:
  Type of Federation starship, slightly smaller than a Galaxy-class vessel. The Nebula-class ships featured a large upper equipment module, usually used for sensors, that could be customized for different mission profiles. Nebula-class ships have included the U.S.S. Phoenix (TNG "The Wounded"), the U.S.S. Sutherland (TNG "Redemption, Part I"), and the U.S.S. Bellerophon (barely seen in the battle sequence of (DS9 "Emissary").)
The Nebula-class ship was designed by ed Miarecki, Rick Sternbach, and Mike Okuda. The model was built by Greg Jein.
Star Trek Encyclopedia II ; Star Trek Encyclopedia III
 
 
 
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