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NCC-1701 Enterprise (Part 8 Final)
Here she is in all her glory, the original starship Enterprise. No bloody A, B, C, orrr D.
About this creation
This is a ship with a lot of history, which operates for a long time under several captains, so there is plenty of room for variant designs. Kirk’s historic five-year mission was preceded by two such missions under then-Captain Christopher Pike, with whom Spock served for 11 years. And before that there was a five-year mission under Captain Robert April, the first captain of the Enterprise who makes a guest appearance in the TAS episode “The Counter-Clock Incident.” During the refit the ship is under the command of Will Decker, and then there is another five-year mission under Acting Captain Kirk. A fresh round of promotions puts the ship under Captain Spock as a training vessel. So when Admiral Morrow tells Kirk in ST3 that “the Enterprise is twenty years old”, it’s actually closer to forty. Makes you think, the D was destroyed after only 8 years of service, definitely “before her time”!



A look at the turboshaft system.



Encounter with the Fesarius.



Starfleet Constitution Class (Heavy Cruiser)
Overall Length: 289m
Length of service: 2245–mid 2270s (refit class until late 2290s)
Crew: 203 (2245–50s); 430 (2260s – this version); 500 (refit class)
Armaments: 3 phaser banks, 1 dual torpedo launcher (optional aft launcher)
Decks: 22 (The slightly larger refit class has only 21 decks, one less in the neck section but they are taller in the secondary hull.)
Cruising speed: Warp 6
Maximum speed: Warp 8



Known vessels (seen or mentioned on-screen):
NCC-1017 USS Constellation, Commodore Matt Decker (destroyed by the Planetkiller, 2267).
NCC-1631 USS Intrepid (All-Vulcan crew, destroyed by the Space Amoeba, 2268).
NCC-1647 USS Farragut (crew killed by the Cloud Creature, 2257; refit and reassigned to Captain John Carter).
NCC-1657 USS Potemkin (seen in M5 war games, 2268).
NCC-1664 USS Excalibur (damaged, crew killed in M5 war games, 2268).
NCC-1672 USS Exeter, Captain Ronald Tracey (crew killed by an alien disease, 2268; refit and reassigned to Captain John Garrovick as NCC-1706).
NCC-1700 USS Constitution (class ship – fate unknown).
NCC-1701 USS Enterprise (refit in 2271; destroyed over Genesis planet, 2285).
NCC-1702 USS Pegasus (still active in ST6, 2293).
NCC-1703 USS Hood (seen in M5 war games, 2268).
NCC-1709 USS Lexington, Commodore Robert Wesley (seen in M5 war games, 2268).
NCC-1717 USS Yorktown (Sulu serves as First Officer during the Enterprise refit; disabled by the Whale Probe in 2286 under the command of Captain Joel Randolph; rechristened as Enterprise 1701-A in 2286; decommissioned in 2293).
NCC-1764 USS Defiant (crew killed by effects of inter-dimensional rift, 2268; assumed lost but actually transported by Tholians to the year 2155 in the Mirror Universe).

Visit Memory Alpha for more information on the Constitution Class than you can shake a Klingon pain stick at: http://en.memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Constitution_class



“These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise.”



“Her five year mission: to explore strange, new worlds…”



“To seek out new life and new civilizations… “



“To boldly go where no man has gone before!”



Honestly, it has been an incredible journey to realize the ship in this form, sifting through all the accumulated data and conjectural designs from the past 50 years. Star Trek has been a big part of my life since I first saw it in syndication in the late 70s, and the design of the Enterprise has proved to be both iconic and influential. Thanks to new generations of fans and ongoing productions like Star Trek: Phase II and Star Trek Continues, the Constitution class starship will continue exploring the galaxy – and carrying our imaginations – for many years to come!



Comments

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  February 17, 2017
Seeing one of your creations makes any day better; and on the front page no less! Congratulations, Mika. You are such an inspirational digital builder and your work definitely deserves this recognition and visibility.
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  February 17, 2017
Wow – I don't know what to say. Now I feel bad about complaining the other day.
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  February 17, 2017
Possibly the most deserving MOTD... Is there a MOTY category? Because it deserved it for 2016, this is what I most looked forward to seeing last year...
 I like it 
  February 17, 2017
Finally, a MOTD for somebody who is more than 7 years old (At least I hope it, Misa...) and can put together more than 7 bricks! Quite an improvement. More seriously: You more than deserved it, with all of your work. Congrats.
 I like it 
  February 17, 2017
Congrats on MOTD, Misa! :)
 I like it 
  January 24, 2017
Standing ovation! What you did with this project was positively brilliant. All the interior and exterior detail was magnificent. outstanding!
 I like it 
  January 2, 2017
Wow and I thought the digital construction of my Klingon BoP was insane! Your Model is inspiring and just mindblowing! I'm glad I stumbled over it!
 I like it 
  December 26, 2016
What a treat to finally see your Enterprise in all her glory! This is truly magnificent! Congratulations!
 I made it 
  December 8, 2016
Quoting Hammid Borougerdi :There is a YouTube channel called Trekyards. They have uploaded over 200 episodes related to Star Trek and I think they should have you on to explain what you have created here, which is just amazing.
Would you believe I was just thinking about that the other day? Although I would prefer to feature my Daedalus class since so little is really known about it.
 I like it 
  December 7, 2016
Thank you for doing the detailed construction in each part. I just loaded up LDD and your efforts have me all excited to learn more. There is a YouTube channel called Trekyards. They have uploaded over 200 episodes related to Star Trek and I think they should have you on to explain what you have created here, which is just amazing.
 I like it 
  September 23, 2016
THAT… IS… HUGE…
 I like it 
  September 13, 2016
Looks beautiful! I can't wait to see the Phase II and Refit Enterprise. Keep up the great work!
 I made it 
  September 7, 2016
Quoting Kurt's MOCs Hey Misa! I did positively comment on WIP 7!!! Great work all around. Will you do the retrofit seen in the Star Trek movies??
Not only that, I'm working on a Phase II Enterprise as well!
 I like it 
  September 7, 2016
Hey Misa! I did positively comment on WIP 7!!! Great work all around. Will you do the retrofit seen in the Star Trek movies??
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  September 5, 2016
Gorgeous captured iconic spacecraft, Misa! Cudos! :)))
 I like it 
  August 31, 2016
WOW.'Nuff said.
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  August 31, 2016
Very nice Enterprise!
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  August 31, 2016
FINALLY, AND MORE AMAZING THAN EVER!
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  August 31, 2016
This needs more 5* ratings. Amazing how much time this must have cost, together with the research of what exactly goes where. Great job.
 I made it 
  August 31, 2016
Quoting Gabor Pauler Its great to see such a gigantic model that one cannot separate individual bricks anymore in the view. Great job!
Thanks! Even in the hi-resolution pictures it's the same.
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  August 31, 2016
Quoting D H A truly incredible build! You really knocked it out of the ballpark. I have been waiting for the final product as the interim updates came out, and it didn't disappoint, so congrats on finishing an epic and worthy project!! The shaping is awesome, I can't imagine anyone not immediately recognizing the ship. I too hope you can acquire a render, this model deserves it, I hear bluerender is pretty quick and light on required CPU resources?
Thanks, I was so stoked when I finally got the hull components together and the proportions were right! BTW I will look into Bluerender, thanks for pointing it out.
 I made it 
  August 31, 2016
Thanks for all the accolades, guys! Are you not seeing Part 7 though? It has no likes yet! http://www.moc-pages.com/moc.php/432384
 I like it 
  August 31, 2016
A truly incredible build! You really knocked it out of the ballpark. I have been waiting for the final product as the interim updates came out, and it didn't disappoint, so congrats on finishing an epic and worthy project!! The shaping is awesome, I can't imagine anyone not immediately recognizing the ship. I too hope you can acquire a render, this model deserves it, I hear bluerender is pretty quick and light on required CPU resources?
 I like it 
  August 31, 2016
Its great to see such a gigantic model that one cannot separate individual bricks anymore in the view. Great job!
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  August 31, 2016
Epic build!
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  August 31, 2016
Wow!!! I am speechless--literally, without speech! What an epic build! I've been following your progress and watching with anticipation for the final result. What more can one say about this project except: WOW!!! There aren't enough superlatives to convey your dedication and building skills. Great, great work!
 I like it 
  August 31, 2016
Wow, that's awesome! An epic project has come to and end and the result is just wonderful! 280,000 parts, that's just WOW! I've been following the building process for a long time and the fished project is even better than I expected. It would be awesome to see a non-LDD rendering if that's possible with the mass of data behind it. Great job! LLAP and keep on going where no one has gone before...
 I made it 
  August 31, 2016
Comment: There is no attached file because LDD just can’t do it! I achieved these screenshots by constructing a variety of empty hull shells, with large segments deleted if they are out of view. In each case the files still exceed 50,000 pieces. Also, just in case you were wondering, the entire model with interiors is about 280,000 pieces.
 
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