What does NCC-1701 stand for on the Enterprise?

What does NCC-1701 stand for on the Enterprise?

NCC is the Starfleet abbreviation for “Naval Construction Contract”, comparable to what the U.S. Navy would call a hull number. Jefferies rejected 3, 6, 8, and 9 as “too easily confused” on screen; he eventually reasoned the Enterprise was the first vessel of Starfleet’s 17th starship design, hence 1701.

What happened to the Enterprise 1701 A?

According to William Shatner’s novel The Ashes of Eden, the Enterprise-A was sold by Starfleet to the defense forces of the planet Chal (β), who appointed the now-retired James Kirk as its commander. The vessel was later destroyed in the corona of Chal’s sun during a battle with Klingon battle cruisers.

What happened to the USS Enterprise-D?

The U.S.S. Enterprise-D was destroyed in 2371 after an attack by renegade Klingons breached her warp core. Although the saucer section separated before the breach, the force of the explosion caused the section to crash on the planet Veridian III.

When was Enterprise 1701 D destroyed?

USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) This ship provided the main setting for the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series (1987-1994). The USS Enterprise-D was destroyed in 2371 after an attack by renegade Klingons breached her warp core as depicted in “Star Trek: Generations.”

What is the most advanced Enterprise starship?

Enterprise NCC-1701-E. The Sovereign-class Enterprise-E succeeds the Enterprise-D to become the most technologically-advanced starship produced by Starfleet. It can theoretically reach a warp speed of 9.995.

How many times has the Enterprise-D been destroyed?

The Enterprise would ultimately end up being destroyed 18 times before the crew was able to navigate out of it, although we only get to see it destroyed four times in the episode.

Who bought the Enterprise-D?

Christies Trek Sale Brings in $7.1 Million – Enterprise D Sells For $576k

493 Deep Space Nine Model, 72 in. American Private
998 USS Lakota Model, 92½ x 32 in. European Private
497 Starship DefiantModel, 37 x 27 in. American Private
996 KlingonBattle Cruiser Model, 47 ½ x 35 in. American Private

Does the Enterprise get rebuilt?

The first destruction of the Enterprise came as the franchise was busily resurrecting another beloved character — and, sure enough, the next movie saw the Enterprise resurrected as well, with the ship rebuilt and the crew reunited with her once more.