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In 2365, Dr. Katherine Pulaski had Lieutenant Commander Data pilot the Sakharov to a position away from the Enterprise-D so she could transport aboard one of the affected children from the Darwin Genetic Research Station. There was concern that the children were carrying an unknown pathogen, and Pulaski wanted to examine one of them outside of styrolite stasis. The Sakharov served as a way to maintain a quarantine. While aboard the shuttle, Pulaski learned that the children were in fact the cause of the hyperaging observed on the station and the USS Lantree and became infected herself. Data later landed the Sakharov on Gagarin IV, but the shuttle was retrieved once a method to reverse the hyperaging was devised. (TNG: "Unnatural Selection")
Later that year, the Sakharov transported Master Strategist Sirna Kolrami to the Enterprise where he would be meditator and observer for Operation Lovely Angel, a planned Starfleet battle simulation. (TNG: "Peak Performance")
Several months later, Q stole the Sakharov from the Enterprise. He had been turned Human as punishment by the Q Continuum and was promptly attacked by several species he had once antagonized, including the Calamarain. The Enterprise was able to ward off the Calamarain, but was unable to assist the civilization on Bre'el IV with its shields raised. Q piloted the shuttlecraft and lured the Calamarain away from the Enterprise. This selfless act proved to Q2 that Q had learned his lesson, and Q's powers were restored. The shuttle vanished, but was probably returned to the Enterprise shuttlebay. (TNG: "Deja Q")
In 2369, the Sakharov was used to plant mines on the hulls of Cardassian warships hiding in the McAllister C-5 Nebula. The mission was flown by Commanders Riker and La Forge. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part II")
|Type 7 shuttlecraft|
|Ansel Adams • Clarke • Copernicus • Cousteau • D'Alison • Decartes • Einstein • Feynman • Hawking • Indiana Jones • JF Kennedy • Kotoi • McAuliffe • Sakharov • Tereshkova • Von Braun • Shuttlecraft 13 • NCC-70367 • Unnamed|
|Shuttles of the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D)|
|Shuttlecraft: Shuttlecraft 01 • Shuttlecraft 02 • Shuttlecraft 03 (Copernicus, Justman, Curie, Hypatia) • Shuttlecraft 04 • Shuttlecraft 05 (Clarke, Feynman) • Shuttlecraft 06 • Shuttlecraft 07 • Shuttlecraft 08 • Shuttlecraft 10 • Shuttlecraft 11 • Shuttlecraft 13 • Shuttlecraft 15 (JF Kennedy, Magellan, Goddard, Hawking) • Shuttlecraft 16 • Shuttlecraft 20 • Shuttlecraft 21 • Berman • Hawking (2367) • Piller|
|Shuttlepods: Shuttlepod 01 • Shuttlepod 02 • Shuttlepod 03 • Shuttlepod 05 (El-Baz, Onizuka) • Shuttlepod 07 • Shuttlepod 08 • Shuttlepod 09 (Lindberg, Ley) • Shuttlepod 10 • Shuttlepod 12 (Sam Freedle, Pike) • Shuttlepod 14 • Shuttlepod 15 • Shuttlepod 18 • Shuttlepod 19 • Campbell|