The prefix UTS never appeared or was mentioned in the episode, was it? Most sources i remember say there was NO prefix before Aeon's name. I suggest that if we can't decide between the USS prefix, which is possible and likely, and the UTS prefix, which is completely unsupported by any canon source, we should call this article Aeon... --Captainmike 17:24, 21 May 2004 (CEST)
- I would be inclined to go with USS, as the Relativity is given a USS prefix and it is from the same era. --Gvsualan 00:07, 30 Jan 2005 (CET)
- I have found that the aeon is actually the U.T.S. Aeon (UTS for United Time Ship). Therefore, I made a new article with UTS in the title. Ensign q
There are a couple problems with this:
- If you discover an article should have a different name, the proper procedure is to move the older version to the new name. By creating a new article, you are disincluding all of the previous archivists works on the article. his is disallowed by policy.
- There is no canon proof that there ever was an "UTS" prefix applied to the Aeon. Please do not create articles that do not have canon proof from an episode or movie.
Since this article has no pertinent source in canon, and duplicates a more accurate article that other archivists have worked on, i'm submitting it for deletion. -- Captain M.K.B. 18:06, 13 May 2006 (UTC)
I moved this article from "Aeon (timeship)" back to "Aeon". An additional qualifier is only necessary if there's more than one article with that name. -- Cid Highwind 19:44, 7 Jun 2004 (CEST)
Cockpit Design Edit
Wasn't the cockpit design for the timeship used in -several- other episodes of Voyager, even though the ships they were used for were quite obviously not timeships? I remember seeing several episodes where several different types of ships had the same sort of cockpit setup as the timeship did...