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The following are unnamed Earth starships.

By classEdit

By unknown classEdit

Emory's research ship Edit

In 2149, a crewman aboard this ship while it was in the Barrens reported an anomaly that seemed almost alive. This report would be read by Captain Jonathan Archer while his ship was also in the Barrens in 2154. (ENT: "Daedalus")

This ship was only mentioned in dialogue.

"Warp Delta" Edit

This unnamed starship was a type of starship used by Starfleet during the mid-22nd century.

These vessels were equipped with forward and aft phase cannons. (ENT: "The Expanse", "Twilight")

In the final draft script of "The Expanse", these vessels were referred to as warp two ships.

This class was also present in the mirror universe. (ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly", "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II")

The CGI model of this ship was designed by John Eaves and built by Foundation Imaging. The vessel was referred to by the special effects team as the "Warp Delta." Robert Bonchune described the inspiration of this design as "a kind of Romulan/Federation hybrid." [1]
The model originally started out as the "back end" of the warp ship model seen flying above Luna during the opening credits of the Star Trek: Enterprise. According to Bonchune, "The next season when we needed some "older" starships (than NX-01), John Eaves went ahead and truly finalized the complete shape as was seen in the episodes. However, since this was considered a more advanced production version, the "back end" old style rocket exhausts were deleted and replaced with more "advanced" 'nurnies' and 'greebling'." [2] Additional views can be found at the Drex Files(X).
In Christopher L. Bennett's novel Uncertain Logic, the ship is referred to as the Ganges-class (β).

"Warp Deltas" Edit

Supporting the Intrepid Edit
Intrepid and Warp Deltas

The Intrepid and two "Warp Deltas"

These two ships supported the Intrepid in chasing off Duras' Bird-of-Prey as Enterprise NX-01 was returning to Earth following the Xindi attack. (ENT: "The Expanse")

Enterprise convoy Edit
Survivor fleet heads for Ceti Alpha V

Two "Deltas" in the survivor fleet

Two ships of this type were part of Enterprise's convoy to Ceti Alpha V in an alternate timeline were Earth was destroyed by the Xindi weapon. One of these ships was still in service in 2165. It was destroyed alongside the Intrepid and Enterprise when the Xindi tracked Phlox to the colony. (ENT: "Twilight")

Earth defense fleet Edit
Fleet at Earth, 2154

Three "Deltas" in the fleet protecting Earth

At least three ships of this type were in the fleet that greeted Enterprise at Earth in 2154 following its mission in the Delphic Expanse, and a brief time travel trip to an alternate 1944 to end the Temporal Cold War. ("Storm Front, Part II")

Supporting the ISS Enterprise Edit
ISS Enterprise and Warp Deltas

Two ships supporting the ISS Enterprise

In the mirror universe, two ships of this type supported the ISS Enterprise before 2155. (ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly", "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II", opening credits)

Earth defense fleet ships Edit

Fleet at Earth, 2154

Ships defending Earth

At least three ships of this type were in the fleet that greeted Enterprise at Earth in 2154 following its mission in the Delphic Expanse, and a brief time travel trip to an alternate 1944 to end the Temporal Cold War. ("Storm Front, Part II")

These ships were a reuse of the Steamrunner-class model used for Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager, which are set hundreds of years later.

Tau Ceti assault fleet Edit

Twelve unnamed starships were destroyed in the mirror universe by the rebellion against the Terran Empire in a battle at Tau Ceti in the 2150s. (ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly")

Avenger's assault fleet Edit

Assault fleet wreckage

A nacelle from a destroyed Terran starship

An unknown number of unnamed starships in an assault fleet lead by the ISS Avenger were completely destroyed in 2155, with the Avenger barely surviving after the USS Defiant intervened. By this point, thousands of Starfleet officers were said to have been killed by the rebels. (ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II")

Beta Capricus expedition Edit

In 2210, an unnamed starship participated in mission to Beta Capricus, under the command of Harry Kim's Uncle Jack. The long range deep-space exploration vessel was designed to be operated by a single pilot while the rest of the crew was held in stasis. After departing Earth's orbit their starship took six months to reach its destination. Unfortunately, unbeknownst to Earth researchers, there was no Beta Capricus. What was believed to be a star was in fact just an electromagnetic echo of a distant galaxy. Left with little alternative Jack was forced to turn the ship around and make the trip all the way back to Earth deciding not to wake the crew. Upon the vessel's return from its year long voyage the wakened disgruntled crew was eager to learn why they had not yet left orbit. (VOY: "11:59")

It was not made clear if this was a Starfleet expedition, or if it was chartered by the Earth government.

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