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Pluto Class Cruiser
U.S.S. Pluto NCC-1919


Pluto Class Cruiser - U.S.S. Pluto NCC-1919

Illustrator: Kevin Morrow
Copyright: 2012

Summary:

The Pluto Class Starship is a Long-Range Crusier which is like a counter-part of the Constitution Class. With the same type of weapons and shields the Pluto Class came in service 2 years after the Launch of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701. She was just a prototype before her service as a Starfleet Vessel constructed in Station Alpha 5. This starship has a hull seperation if the engineering section is heavly damaged or a warp core breach is in progress. For this the neck supporting the Saucer section must be sperated by blowing the bolts together from the main bridge. If failed the bolts will have to be blown manully in the neck section of the ship, if successful the ship will have to go on impulse power to the nearest starbase. These explosive bolts are located on both support necks near the Engineering deck and Main deflector.

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Pluto Class Cruiser - U.S.S. Pluto NCC-1919
Pluto Class Cruiser - U.S.S. Pluto NCC-1919
|Sheet 1: Starboard and Forward Elevation Schematics|
|Sheet 2: Top Elevation View|
 
Pluto Class Cruiser - U.S.S. Pluto NCC-1919
Pluto Class Cruiser - U.S.S. Pluto NCC-1919
|Sheet 3: Colour Elevations|
|Sheet 4: Size Comparison Sheet|
 
Pluto Class Cruiser - U.S.S. Pluto NCC-1919
|Sheet 5: Starship Pluto Class Specifications|
 


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