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Temporal mechanics suck Edit
- The shuttle was presumed lost and possibly assimilated by the Borg after it was detected by the Borg Queen. although considering the fact that it was in Unicomplex 1 at the time and that complex was destroyed, it was probably destroyed as well. Furthermore, since Admiral Janeway succeeded in sending Voyager home before 23 years had elapsed, it can be assumed that she herself, and the shuttle never existed as Voyager was back in Federation space, before said 23 years would have elapsed, nullifying the reasons she went back in time in the first place.
Temporal mechanics in Star Trek doesn't usually work that way, and isn't worth ever trying to figure out anyways. All it does is give one a headache. I'm replacing it with a note saying that the final fate of the shuttle in the main timeline is unknown. --OuroborosCobra talk 12:16, 14 December 2008 (UTC)
Model/design info Edit
For the model people and those who find ship design info, do any of you know anything about this model, who designed, etc.? I assume it was CGI, but no info exists on who actually designed it or who modeled it. Is it likely that info isn't extant or easily attainable? It seems as though MA is pretty complete on most ships, so I thought it strange. Few incoming links, too. But this shuttle was rather notable, had a lot of screentime w/many close-ups. — Cepstrum (talk) 14:14, February 7, 2011 (UTC)
Does the ship have an actual name? (184.108.40.206 05:32, September 9, 2016 (UTC))