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Message 1408181 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 2:44:51 UTC

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Message 1408182 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 2:51:41 UTC - in response to Message 1408180.  

An hour and a half to go, and Commodore Anders and his teams will return to the U.S.S. Andromeda BDC-9777-3.


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Message 1408183 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:00:19 UTC

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Message 1408186 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:06:42 UTC

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Message 1408189 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:13:23 UTC

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Message 1408191 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:15:42 UTC - in response to Message 1408175.  

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Message 1408192 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:16:05 UTC

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Message 1408193 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:17:13 UTC - in response to Message 1408182.  

An hour and a half to go, and Commodore Anders and his teams will return to the U.S.S. Andromeda BDC-9777-3.


Here's a pic of your ship...

Ascendent it isn't.


That's pretty close to how I designed her; however, there are differences between my Andromeda and that pic. My Andromeda has a complete flight deck in each hull for medium heavy starfighters. 40 starfighters in the primary hull, and 40 in the secondary hull. She also carries two Antimatter Assault Guns, one in the saucer, and one in the secondary hull. These guns can be fired forward or aft of each hull. These guns drain antimatter directly from the Warp drive from each hull. Like Enterprise D, the saucer can separate from the secondary hull. Unlike Enterprise D, each hull is Warp capable. (See third nacelle on saucer section.)

I could be wrong; but I'm guessing that a Constitution class vessel, (the size of a WWII Aircraft Carrier), is equivalent to the size of the Galactica, and my Andromeda is twice that size, or equivalent to a Pegasus class Battlestar. Feel free to correct my assumptions, if I'm in error.


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Message 1408194 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:18:08 UTC

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Message 1408195 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:21:17 UTC - in response to Message 1408193.  
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An hour and a half to go, and Commodore Anders and his teams will return to the U.S.S. Andromeda BDC-9777-3.


Here's a pic of your ship...

Ascendent it isn't.


That's pretty close to how I designed her; however, there are differences between my Andromeda and that pic. My Andromeda has a complete flight deck in each hull for medium heavy starfighters. 40 starfighters in the primary hull, and 40 in the secondary hull. She also carries two Antimatter Assault Guns, one in the saucer, and one in the secondary hull. These guns can be fired forward or aft of each hull. These guns drain antimatter directly from the Warp drive from each hull. Like Enterprise D, the saucer can separate from the secondary hull. Unlike Enterprise D, each hull is Warp capable. (See third nacelle on saucer section.)

I could be wrong; but I'm guessing that a Constitution class vessel, (the size of a WWII Aircraft Carrier), is equivalent to the size of the Galactica, and my Andromeda is twice that size, or equivalent to a Pegasus class Battlestar. Feel free to correct my assumptions, if I'm in error.


The one pictured above? Nope, it's a modified Galaxy class ship with 3 warp nacelles, similar to an episode in the Next Generation that involved Q I believe, the One that Riker was commanding...

Oh and I've never heard of fighter craft in Star Trek.
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Message 1408198 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:28:58 UTC - in response to Message 1408195.  

An hour and a half to go, and Commodore Anders and his teams will return to the U.S.S. Andromeda BDC-9777-3.


Here's a pic of your ship...

Ascendent it isn't.


That's pretty close to how I designed her; however, there are differences between my Andromeda and that pic. My Andromeda has a complete flight deck in each hull for medium heavy starfighters. 40 starfighters in the primary hull, and 40 in the secondary hull. She also carries two Antimatter Assault Guns, one in the saucer, and one in the secondary hull. These guns can be fired forward or aft of each hull. These guns drain antimatter directly from the Warp drive from each hull. Like Enterprise D, the saucer can separate from the secondary hull. Unlike Enterprise D, each hull is Warp capable. (See third nacelle on saucer section.)

I could be wrong; but I'm guessing that a Constitution class vessel, (the size of a WWII Aircraft Carrier), is equivalent to the size of the Galactica, and my Andromeda is twice that size, or equivalent to a Pegasus class Battlestar. Feel free to correct my assumptions, if I'm in error.


The one pictured above? Nope, it's a modified Galaxy class ship with 3 warp nacelles, similar to an episode in the Next Generation that involved Q I believe, the One that Riker was commanding...

Oh and I've never heard of fighter craft in Star Trek.


I did say she was my design, I came up with this idea in 1982; and , drew schematics and diagrams based from the Starfleet Technical Manual on the Dreadnought class vessel.


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Message 1408199 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:35:41 UTC

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Message 1408200 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:38:00 UTC

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Message 1408201 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:41:11 UTC

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Message 1408203 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:43:28 UTC

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Message 1408205 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 3:45:17 UTC

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Message 1408207 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 4:01:02 UTC - in response to Message 1408198.  

An hour and a half to go, and Commodore Anders and his teams will return to the U.S.S. Andromeda BDC-9777-3.


Here's a pic of your ship...

Ascendent it isn't.


That's pretty close to how I designed her; however, there are differences between my Andromeda and that pic. My Andromeda has a complete flight deck in each hull for medium heavy starfighters. 40 starfighters in the primary hull, and 40 in the secondary hull. She also carries two Antimatter Assault Guns, one in the saucer, and one in the secondary hull. These guns can be fired forward or aft of each hull. These guns drain antimatter directly from the Warp drive from each hull. Like Enterprise D, the saucer can separate from the secondary hull. Unlike Enterprise D, each hull is Warp capable. (See third nacelle on saucer section.)

I could be wrong; but I'm guessing that a Constitution class vessel, (the size of a WWII Aircraft Carrier), is equivalent to the size of the Galactica, and my Andromeda is twice that size, or equivalent to a Pegasus class Battlestar. Feel free to correct my assumptions, if I'm in error.


The one pictured above? Nope, it's a modified Galaxy class ship with 3 warp nacelles, similar to an episode in the Next Generation that involved Q I believe, the One that Riker was commanding...

Oh and I've never heard of fighter craft in Star Trek.


I did say she was my design, I came up with this idea in 1982; and , drew schematics and diagrams based from the Starfleet Technical Manual on the Dreadnought class vessel.


Most of the stuff you added on would if the series were real violate several StarTrek treaties, like having a cloaked ship that can pass thru matter(that was in a Next Generation episode that didn't involve Q or the Borg, just an Admiral that made a secret treaty breaking starship, the USS Pegasus NCC-53847, the officer got arrested for that, the technology wasn't used again as no one wants to materialize in solid matter if the ship came back in phase with normal space, and that did happen to a smaller ship that was used for the initial testing during the experiment), by going slightly out of phase with normal space. I do like Star Trek and scifi in general, but then I've been a fan since the series started in the 60's.

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Message 1408208 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 4:03:07 UTC

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Message 1408211 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 4:15:03 UTC - in response to Message 1408207.  

An hour and a half to go, and Commodore Anders and his teams will return to the U.S.S. Andromeda BDC-9777-3.


Here's a pic of your ship...

Ascendent it isn't.


That's pretty close to how I designed her; however, there are differences between my Andromeda and that pic. My Andromeda has a complete flight deck in each hull for medium heavy starfighters. 40 starfighters in the primary hull, and 40 in the secondary hull. She also carries two Antimatter Assault Guns, one in the saucer, and one in the secondary hull. These guns can be fired forward or aft of each hull. These guns drain antimatter directly from the Warp drive from each hull. Like Enterprise D, the saucer can separate from the secondary hull. Unlike Enterprise D, each hull is Warp capable. (See third nacelle on saucer section.)

I could be wrong; but I'm guessing that a Constitution class vessel, (the size of a WWII Aircraft Carrier), is equivalent to the size of the Galactica, and my Andromeda is twice that size, or equivalent to a Pegasus class Battlestar. Feel free to correct my assumptions, if I'm in error.


The one pictured above? Nope, it's a modified Galaxy class ship with 3 warp nacelles, similar to an episode in the Next Generation that involved Q I believe, the One that Riker was commanding...

Oh and I've never heard of fighter craft in Star Trek.


I did say she was my design, I came up with this idea in 1982; and , drew schematics and diagrams based from the Starfleet Technical Manual on the Dreadnought class vessel.


Most of the stuff you added on would if the series were real violate several StarTrek treaties, like having a cloaked ship that can pass thru matter(that was in a Next Generation episode that didn't involve Q or the Borg, just an Admiral that made a secret treaty breaking starship, the USS Pegasus NCC-53847, the officer got arrested for that, the technology wasn't used again as no one wants to materialize in solid matter if the ship came back in phase with normal space, and that did happen to a smaller ship that was used for the initial testing during the experiment), by going slightly out of phase with normal space. I do like Star Trek and scifi in general, but then I've been a fan since the series started in the 60's.


I do agree with you on the phased cloak; however, there is nothing in Federation law nor Starfleet regulations that states a Dreadnought cannot carry starfighters... In fact, after Next Gen, there was another Starfleet manual that discussed new ship designs, and one specifically IS a carrier with fighters. I just beat them to the punch by designing my Dreadnought in 1982. I just wasn't sure of the size differential between the Battlestars and Starfleet ships. Like I said in my earlier post, I'm guessing that since a Constitution class cruiser is the size of a WWII Aircraft Carrier, that my Dreadnought would be twice that size. If my Dreadnought is twice that size, I'm guessing it is close in size to the Pegasus class Battlestar; but, I could be wrong...


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Message 1408219 - Posted: 27 Aug 2013, 4:56:58 UTC

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