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From:
Starfleet Intelligence Central Records Archive (SICRA)

Subject:
Compiled Starship and Technology Report

As requested, selected starship and technology intelligence reports transferred from the Central Records Archive located at Starfleet Intelligence headquarters. Per regulations all information in this document is considered classified and is not to be shared with individuals without prior clearance.

You may now use this PADD to review intelligence information obtained from the major powers of the galaxy translated into standard Federation English for your convenience. To review, click the button at the top of your PADD. Further database structure and usage information can be found in the database guide.

Please select the starship intelligence report of your choice. It should be noted that because of the nature of intelligence gathering, only a limited amount of information may have been obtained due to an increase in security or the reassignment or untimely death of one or more undercover agents. However Star Fleet Intelligence is committed to gather the most complete intelligence possible, no matter the cost.

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Length:
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Warship
643 meters
463 meters
200 meters

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See Notes
Warp 13 (PTNG)

Notes: The Galaxy Refit class is a future Starfleet battleship from around the year 2400. The aging Galaxy class ships were due to be retired as a ship of the line, but the Enterprise-D with its long service history was refitted with modern weaponry, defenses, and engines, at the behest of Admiral Riker. The Galaxy refit classes most prominent feature is the third nacelle on the secondary hull, this along with the improved engine designs allow the ship to reach speeds in excess of warp 13, or warp 9.993 on the mid 24th century scale. The Galaxy Refit class also features a heavy beam cannon on the underside of the saucer section, this cannon is capable of piercing enemy shields and hulls with one blast. Along with the main cannon, sixteen new phaser arrays have been installed on the ship. The class may also have other upgraded system though no information exists on them.
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The warp core and antimatter pods are the most dangerous objects carried by a starship. The warp core ejection system is designed to prevent the starship from being destroyed if the core takes damage that compromises its structural or safety systems.

When the command crew or the main computer automatically orders the warp core to be ejected all fuel supplies are automatically cut off from the warp core. A series of force fields is then established to isolate the core for the rest of the ship. The hull plating on the bottom of the secondary hull is then detached followed by the warp core being ejected by explosive charges; the antimatter pods may also be ejected. In combat situations the core can be remote detonated when the ship is clear from the blast wave. If the core is salvageable the ship can return when the core has stabilized.

Ejecting the warp core will leave the ship without warp capability possibly thousands of light years from help and leave the starship extremely vulnerable to attack.
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