We need to hammer out a clear naming system for this vessel and the one, or possibly two others like it. Clearly this vessel was an Earth ship, but also it wasn't truely given the description "time travel pod", which is merely its' description. The closest example we have to this is Berlinghoff Rassmussen's "time-pod" from the 26th century, which was what he was told the man he stole it from called it (spelling from script). Then we have "timeship" Aeon from the 29th century. Either way, I like simply "time-pod", but then to add a qualifier to this one time-pod (31st century), time-pod (26th century) for Rassmussens, something like that. I'd feel better if we could call it a Federation time-pod, but even that much hasn't been officially confirmed. Nevertheless, I think there needs to be a better naming system, or something, for this vessel and others like it. --Gvsualan 09:32, 27 Apr 2005 (UTC)

I think that the pod is specific enough that there isn't need for separate articles, and vague enough that there really isn't a possibility for separate ones. We really don't know how the different time pods relate to one another, and, as such, shouldn't guess as to how they do. It is entirely conceivable that Rasmussen's timepod is a Temporal Cold War relic, but also entirely unknown. Werideatdusk 01:43, 4 Aug 2005 (UTC)

It should be mentioned that this vessel is bigger on the inside then it is outside – Alexlyoko13 17:28, May 11, 2010 (UTC)

You're looking for Time_travel_pod_(31st_century). -Angry Future Romulan 17:34, May 11, 2010 (UTC)
Yep, just realized that... Embarrassing... – Alexlyoko13 17:37, May 11, 2010 (UTC)

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