Can we get some more info on this ship? It's really cool looking.
This was added without a source today:
- It's armaments consist of 5 type 10 phaser emitters and 4 photon torpedo launchers with 75 photon torpedoes. It can separate from its 4 necells from the saucer. This provides a tactical advantage of a two in one combat. Later the design was transfered to the Galaxy Class starship then to the Prometheus Class starship but the Prometheus Class starship separates in thirds and six necells. This process is called Multi-Vector Assault Mode.
No source was given, and it really reads like it is information from a game. -- sulfur 20:37, December 20, 2010 (UTC)
USS Pegasus Edit
I removed the following uncited note:
- The USS Pegasus was originally meant to be a Cheyenne-class vessel, but was changed to an Oberth-class for cost-cutting measures.
According to the Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion, the Pegasus was originally intended to be a new type of vessel based on the USS Enterprise-C (2nd ed., p. 278). This is supported by this sketch featured on the Pegasus article.–Cleanse ( talk | contribs ) 10:40, April 9, 2011 (UTC)
Appearance in Battle at the Binary Stars? EditI'm sure it'll be some time before we get production notes on what's what, but is it possible a Cheyenne has appeared on DIS in Battle at the Binary Stars? See the image here and consider the 4 nacelled ship in the bottom left quadrant. I think the hull design roughly matches, as does the apparent size.
- It could be a NX-class and Akira-class thing, where two classes separated by a century or more share a basic configuration.--Memphis77 (talk) 23:23, September 25, 2017 (UTC)
Fair enough, though I think there are other 23rd century ships at Wolf 359 (including a Connie). I don't think this is enough to put it in the article-proper yet, but perhaps a note in the background section? What do you think? --- Jaz 04:46, September 26, 2017 (UTC)
- Apart from the fact that they both have a saucer and 4 nacelles, they don't look that similar. This ship clearly doesn't use the Galaxy-class components that are in the Cheyenne. -- UncertainError (talk) 05:17, September 26, 2017 (UTC)
- Most, if not all, of these ships will be turned into models by Eaglemoss. That will reveal info, and settle if they belong to known classes or not. Unless there’s an earlier revelation, like with the ST09 art book/fleet reveal. Kind regards, -- Markonian 17:36, September 26, 2017 (UTC)