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What does NCC-1701 stand for in Star Trek?

What does NCC-1701 stand for in Star Trek?

The NCC doesn’t stand for anything in particular in Trek canon. The 1701 means about as little. –Alan del Beccio 08:53, 31 January 2007 (UTC) Also, see Starfleet starship registry at Wikipedia. To quote: “NCC doesn’t stand for anything. It was devised by Matt Jefferies, art director of the first Star Trek series.

How was NCC-1701 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.”

Who was the first Captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701?

In the 23rd century, Robert April was the first Captain of the Constitution-class U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 deep space heavy cruiser.

Does Number One have a name?

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Una Chin-Riley, commonly and originally only known as Number One, is a fictional character in the science-fiction franchise Star Trek. She is Christopher Pike’s second-in-command during his captaincy of the starship Enterprise.

What does NCC-1701 mean?

The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) was a 23rd century Federation Constitution -class starship operated by Starfleet. It was also the first ship to bear the name Enterprise with this registry.

Why is the enterprise called a 1701 Starship?

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. The Making of Star Trek explains that USS means “United Space Ship” and that “Enterprise is a member of the Starship Class”.

Who designed the Enterprise NCC-1701-A?

A new design for Enterprise NCC-1701-A appears in Star Trek Beyond, designed by Sean Hargreaves.

Why did Jefferies add a second C to the NCC?

The second C was added because Soviet aircraft used C s, and Jefferies believed a venture into space would be a joint operation by the United States and Russia. NCC is the Starfleet abbreviation for “Naval Construction Contract”, comparable to what the U.S. Navy would call a hull number.