USS STEPHEN HAWKING NCV - 4744400

USS Stephen Hawking: Commissioned on the 46th Anniversary of Man Landing on the Moon

THE CANONICAL TEMPORAL

DISPLACEMENT VESSELS OF STARFLEET

WELLS CLASS STARSHIP: USS STEPHEN HAWKING NCV-4744400

SPECIFICATIONS 

Length : 335 m3

Beam : 175 m3

Height : 57 m3

Mass: 470.00 MT

Decks : 19

Crew : 110 to 120 Crew and Marines

Crew - There is a crew of approximately 50 or 60, plus a Marine detachment of up to 60 Marine Specialists. This is based on the trend we have seen since the very first days of Starfleet towards lower population densities on successive generations of Starship. While the Constitution had a crew of about 430, the Galaxy class which is well over six times the size has about two and a half times the number of people, even including family members.


Armament - Subspace jacketing for firing Phased plasma weapons across light minutes or light hours. There are also Transwarp Torpedoes which are equipped with miniature transporters in them to their targets light years away.


Defensive Systems - Temporal shielding is protecting the ship from timeline changes, but normal shields are probably still in service. Armour is possible but this doesn't strike me as a warship so I doubt it's heavily armored by the standards of its own time. That isn't to say it isn't heavily armored by 24th century standards, though. There is no need for a cloaking device because the ship can “Hide” in a time “Envelope” where time is displaced and no 24th or 25th Century sensors can detect the vessel in this Dementional Shift.


Warp Speeds - I think we have to assume that the Federation will have transwarp drives long before the 29th century. Transgalactic travel should be common, and even intergalactic travel should be working in some form. As you notice there are no Warp Nacelles on this ship, because it travels directly through time and not space. The ship moves directly into another time or dimension. However, if transporters did work over these kinds of distances then Starships would have to be fast indeed to still be viable against that kind of technology.


Unit Run - If the Federation is going to survive the next five hundred years, it should have spread across a good portion of the galaxy. I'd guess Starfleet to consist of several hundred thousand ships at the very minimum, if not a million plus, if they're going to cover that sort of volume. Incidentally, a six digit registry number such as the Relativity's allows for one million ships, while if letter suffixes are common by this time you can multiply that up to twenty six million total.

 
 

Wells Class Time Displacement Vessel SPECS


NAME USS Stephen Hawking NCV-4744400

STATUS Commissioning Date July 20, 2015

LOCATION OF OPERATION Milky Way Galaxy Sector (INFINATE)

MISSION Guard the Prime Time Line

SUBJECTS Time Displacement Vessel, Dimension Shift

 
TEMPORAL SHUTTLE: TIME BANDIT NCV-4744400 / 1

SPECIFICATIONS

Length : 6 m

Beam : 4.79 m

Height : 1.58 m

Mass: 3.47 M.T.

Decks : 1

Crew : 1

 
 
 
 

Epoch Class Displacement Shuttle SPECS


NAME  Time Bandit NCV-4744400 / 01

STATUS  Commissioning Date July 20, 2015

LOCATION  Milky Way Galaxy Sector (INFINATE)

MISSION  Guard the Prime Time Line

SUBJECTS  Time Displacement Shuttle, Dimensional Shift