USS GalaxyEdit

That picture of a Galaxy-class starship destroying a Cardassian orbital weapon platform cannot be the USS Venture. It was established in prior and future episodes that the Venture's nacelles were modified to include phaser arrays, which this Galaxy-class starship apparently does not have. Therefore, that cannot be the Venture. --

It could be the Venture. "Way of the Warrior" and "Tears of the Prophets" were set around 2 years apart, so anything could have happened in that time. For all we know, the Centure could have been the testbed for those arrays (as Excelsior was for transwarp) but they failed for whatever reason and were removed and therefore not given to other ships. But is it me, or does the Venture docked at DS9 not appear to have a registry on the upper saucer section? It even looks to have been painted over. --
It could be the Venture. Since we don't know if it's the Venture (it could be any of the vessels without the extra phasers seen so far), the picture should be removed from the article referring to this certain starship. Ambassador 00:02, 20 December 2006 (UTC)

What about the Galaxy?Edit

  • The Venture is the third and final Galaxy class shown to visit Deep Space 9 during the series, following the Enterprise and the Odyssey.

What proof is there to support these allegations? You can't begin to tell me that only 3 Galaxies visited DS9. What about the USS Galaxy, and for that matter any of the other unnamed vessels that appeared in the latter seasons of the series?--Alan del Beccio 00:23, 19 April 2007 (UTC)

Alan, there were tons of other Galaxies but none of them were shown visiting Deep Space Nine -- unless you saw the Galaxy dock? -- Captain MKB 03:02, 19 April 2007 (UTC)
True, the other Galaxies were seen in various battles, or around Starbase 375, but not at Deep Space 9. --OuroborosCobra talk 03:08, 19 April 2007 (UTC)
Apart from the aforementioned three named Galaxy class ships, other (unnamed) ships of the class were seen docked in "Doctor Bashir, I Presume", "Sacrifice of Angels" (stock footage of the USS Venture from "The Way of the Warrior"). Furthermore, Galaxy class ships were seen only meters away from an upper docking pylon in "You Are Cordially Invited", "The Reckoning" and "Tears of the Prophets" (the same stock footage showing one Galaxy class ship on the left side of the screen very close to the pylon and another one in orbit of DS9 a little farther back towards the right of the screen) and "Image in the Sand" (new footage). --Jörg 06:47, 19 April 2007 (UTC)