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Starfleet Intelligence Central Records Archive (SICRA)
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
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gather the most complete intelligence possible, no matter the cost.
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Notes: The Ares missions were Earth's first manned exploration of Mars in the early 2030's. The ships were manned by a crew
of three with two landing on the surface of Mars. The vessels were also equipped with the most advance technology of the day
including an ion drive and a transpectral imager.
Isolinear optical chips are the standard data storage medium on Starfleet vessels. Isolinear chips are created from a single-axis optical crystal that is capable of storing 2.15 killoquads of data on each chip and has a built in independed nanoprocessor unit to manage data on the chip.
Unlike earlier crystal storage devices, isolinear chips substrates are infused with trace amounts of superconductive platinum and irridium to permit FTL processing when inserted into a starship ¬ís main computer core, which results in a 335% increase in processing speed.
When an isolinear chip is intended for use outside a computer core it is coated with a tripolymer sealant to allow the chips to be handled without protective gloves. These chips also make data portable between systems a nd can be used in PADD devices and tricorders.
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