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Prometheus plaquesEdit

The following information was listed on the dedication plaques of starships named Prometheus. (DS9: "Second Sight"; VOY: "Message in a Bottle" set artwork)

USS Prometheus (Nebula class) Edit

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USS Prometheus dedication plaque, Nebula class

The plaque on the bridge of the Prometheus

The following information was listed on the dedication plaque of the USS Prometheus. (DS9: "Second Sight", set artwork)

USS Prometheus
Nebula-class
Starfleet registry NCC-71201
40 Eridani A Starfleet Yards
Yoyodyne Division
United Federation of Planets
"Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't"
The plaque also included five columns of names illegible on screen. The motto was from an Almond Joy/Mounds commercial released in 1990. [1]


USS Prometheus (Prometheus class) Edit

USS Prometheus dedication plaque

The dedication plaque of the Prometheus

The following information was listed on the dedication plaque of the USS Prometheus. (VOY: "Message in a Bottle", set artwork)

USS Prometheus
Starfleet registry NX-74913* - First starship of her class
Launched Stardate 50749.5 - Beta Antares Ship Yards
Antares sector - United Federation of Planets
Starfleet Command Fleet Ops Research & Dev. Science Ops Tactical Ops Yard Engineers

Chief of staff

"All the World's a stage and all the men and women merely players, they have their exits and entrances and one man in his life plays many parts, his act being seven stages..." - William Shakespeare


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