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USS Enterprise
USS Enterprise
Class: Galaxy-class
Registry: NCC-1701-D
Affiliation: FederationStarfleet
Status: Destroyed (2371)
The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) was a Galaxy-classstarship commissioned in 2363, ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Lonely Among Us", "Booby Trap", "Eye of the Beholder") the fifth Federation Starfleet ship to bear the name Enterprise. She was called the Flagship of the Federation. The Enterprise-D was destroyed in 2371. (Star Trek Generations) Under the command of Jean-Luc Picard, the ship represented the Federation on first contact with 27 alien species.
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The Enterprise was built at Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards orbiting Mars in the Sol system. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Booby Trap", "Eye of the Beholder") Construction was supervised by Commander Orfil Quinteros. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "11001001") Dr. Leah Brahms was responsible for much of the Enterprise's warp propulsion system design. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Booby Trap", "Galaxy's Child") In an alternate timeline, the Enterprise was the first Galaxy-class war ship constructed. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Yesterday's Enterprise")

The ship's nacelle tube was the site of a multiple murder-suicide while she was still under construction at Utopia Planitia. A member of the construction team, Walter Pierce, became jealous of a former lover's new relationship. He killed the two officers, Marla Finn and William Hodges, then disposed of their bodies in the plasma stream. Pierce committed suicide in the same manner, leaving a telepathic imprint in a bulkhead that was not discovered until 2370. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Eye of the Beholder")

Final systems completion and shakedown was conducted at Earth Station McKinley. Captain Jean-Luc Picard took command of the ship on stardate 41153.7 at the order of Rear Admiral Norah Satie. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "All Good Things...")

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The Enterprise-D made first official contact with a number of species (see below).

The Enterprise pushed her engines to the limit during the Farpoint mission in 2364, while fleeing from the entity known as Q; she also conducted the first high-warp saucer separation at that time. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Encounter at Farpoint") She broke warp 10 later that year during warp experiments run by Kosinski, making the Enterprise the first Federation starship to visit a distant galaxy. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Where No One Has Gone Before")Later in 2364, the Enterprise was hijacked from Starbase 74 by the Bynars. They intended to use the ship to repair the damaged computer on their homeworld. The Enterprise was returned to Captain Picard's custody following the incident, and the Bynars freely accepted the consequences of their actions. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "11001001")

During her first encounter with the Borg, sections 27, 28, and 29 on decks 4, 5 and 6 were removed for analysis by the Borg. Eighteen people were killed. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Q Who")

During the Borg incursion of 2366 and 2367, the Enterprise suffered heavy damage. Deck 36, including main engineering, was decompressed after a cutting beam damaged the engineering hull, killing at least eleven, and possibly eight more. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Best of Both Worlds")The main deflector dish was transformed into a last-ditch energy weapon, which failed due to the assimilated knowledge of Captain Picard. In the attempt, the deflector and warp core were overloaded, while several decks were flooded with radiation.

Later, the saucer module sustained damage to its impulse drive and decks 23 through 25 were sliced open by the enemy during the final battle over Earth. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II") The extent of the damage required a full refit at Earth Station McKinley, which lasted five to six weeks. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Family")

During that refit, the starship received a phaser upgrade as well as full damage repair and a new dilithium chamber hatch. The hatch malfunctioned later that year, causing extensive damage to the warp core. Although Romulan sabotage was initially suspected, it was later learned that undetectable flaws in the hatch were responsible. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Drumhead")

The Enterprise was the command ship in Captain Picard's ad-hoc armada which blockaded Romulan assistance to the House of Duras during the Klingon Civil War. She coordinated a tachyon detection grid which was used to detect cloaked Romulan ships from crossing the border. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Redemption II")The ship struck a quantum filament in early 2368, causing a loss of all power aboard ship and severe damage to most systems. Antimatter containment was nearly compromised; fortunately, repairs were made before the ship was destroyed. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Disaster")

In 2368, the Enterprise was trapped in a temporal causality loop near the Typhon Expanse. Each cycle ended in a catastrophic collision with the USS Bozeman, destroying both ships. Feelings of déjà vu allowed the Enterprise crew to gather clues which allowed them to send a message into the next loop and avoid the collision. The ship spent a total of seventeen days repeating the same interval of time. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Cause and Effect")The Enterprise was one of the first Starfleet vessels to dock at the newly-commissioned Deep Space 9, where she offloaded most of the station's Starfleet contingent and its first complement of runabouts. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_Deep_Space_Nine DS9]: "Emissary")

The Enterprise underwent her first baryon sweep at the Remmler Array in 2369. A stronger field was needed due to the Enterprise's heavy use of warp drive. During the sweep, a mercenary group nearly stole dangerous trilithium resin from the warp core, but was thwarted by the Enterprise senior staff. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Starship Mine")

One of the most important discoveries in the history of the Federation was made aboard the Enterprise-D. Her crew pieced together Dr. Richard Galen's final research to decipher a message from the ancient humanoids, the first humanoid species in the Milky Way Galaxy. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Chase")

Late in 2369, the Enterprise was damaged while rescuing the crew of a Romulan warbird, whose artificial quantum singularity warp core had been colonized by lifeforms which mistook it for a genuine quantum singularity, causing severe disruptions in space-time.

The Enterprise was nearly destroyed due to feedback from a power transfer beam, which was killing the lifeforms' young. Fortunately, several Enterprise crewmembers were returning to the ship at the time and were able to rescue the Enterprise and the Romulan crew. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Timescape")

A new warp core was tested aboard the Enterprise in early 2370. The core was installed at Starbase 84; several points of the power transfer conduits were replaced as well.

The core and the conduits had been manufactured on Thanatos VII using interphase technology, attracting interphasic organisms which attached themselves to the crew and began to digest their cellular structures. An interphasic pulse was successful in destroying the creatures. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Phantasms")Also during 2370, Commander La Forge engaged in a friendly contest with Donald Kaplan, chief engineer of the USS Intrepid. They competed to have the best power conversion rates in the fleet, with the Enterprise frequently beating out the Intrepid. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Force of Nature")

The Enterprise became one of the few Federation ships to use a cloaking device in 2370, and perhaps the first to successfully use a phasing cloak. It had been retrieved from the wreckage of the USS Pegasus and was installed aboard the Enterprise to allow her to pass through an asteroid after a Romulan vessel sealed the ship inside. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Pegasus")While investigating a rogue comet in 2370, the Enterprise stumbled upon an archive of the lost D'Arsay civilization. The archive trapped the ship and used matter and DNA aboard to create artifacts from the D'Arsay culture. The Enterprise was later returned to normal. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Masks")

Lieutenant Worf supervised an upgrade of the Enterprise's weapons systems in late 2370. The tests were interrupted after the ship was ravaged by Barclay's Protomorphosis Syndrome. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Genesis")

The Enterprise temporarily became sentient in 2370 when an emergent lifeform used the ship's systems to reproduce. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Emergence")

When Miles O'Brien, one of the ship's former transporter chiefs, was captured by the Cardassians, the Enterprise was sent to patrol the Demilitarized Zone as a warning to the Cardassian government. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_Deep_Space_Nine DS9]: "Tribunal")

In early 2371, the Enterprise received a number of refits to her internal spaces. Color and lighting schemes were slightly altered, and the bridge inherited a number of new consoles on the port and starboard sides.

There were now four science stations, three along the starboard wall and one at the starboard side of the aft stations. Mission Ops was now the second station, followed by environmental control. Two engineering stations rounded out the aft area, while three communications stations were present along the port wall.

As well, the main floor (where the captain's, executive officer's, and guest's chairs were) was slightly raised, and a chair was placed at the tactical station for the chief of security to sit while manning that console.

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The Enterprise was lost in 2371 after an attack by a renegade Klingon Bird-of-Prey (commanded by the Duras sisters) caused extensive damage, leading to a warp core breach. Although the saucer section was safely separated before the breach, the shock wave from the explosion forced it into the atmosphere of Veridian III.

Fortunately, Data was able to restore and use thruster control, in lieu of the disabled impulse engines, to level out the descent and effect a safe landing on the surface with minimal resulting casualties. The ship, however, was not salvageable and the crew was rescued by the USS Farragut, along with an Oberth and Miranda-class ship.Commander Riker was upset over the loss of the Enterprise, as he hoped he would one day command the ship. However, Picard expressed his doubt that the Enterprise-D would be the last vessel to carry the name. (Star Trek Generations)

In 2372, Captain Benjamin Sisko offered his condolences over the loss of the Enterprise to Lieutenant Commander Worf, saying the Enterprise was a good ship. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_Deep_Space_Nine DS9]: "The Way of the Warrior")

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In most cases, the date indicated is the first time open communication was initiated with at least one member of the species. Otherwise, it is the first known contact with the species.

First contact with the Ferengi was unofficially made in 2151 by the crew of the Enterprise NX-01. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_Enterprise ENT]: "Acquisition")




First contact with the Borg was unofficially made in 2153 by the crew of the Enterprise NX-01. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_Enterprise ENT]: "Regeneration")




The Enterprise also encountered the Paxans in 2367 during [/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Clues", but all recollection of that encounter was erased from memories and ship's logs. Furthermore, the Enterprise may not have been the first Starfleet ship to stumble upon the Paxans.

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With a total of 42 decks, the USS Enterprise-D was twice the length and had eight times the interior space of the Constitution-class ships of over a century earlier; she carried a combined crew and passenger load of 1013. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Remember Me", "Rascals", "Genesis")

Comparing the Enterprise-D (a Galaxy) with a Constitution using a 3D modeling program shows that the former had over 25 times the internal volume than the latter. The claimed "eight times" may refer only to the regularly accessible habitable volume.

The bridge, captain's ready room, and conference lounge were on Deck 1, and were protected by redundant safety interlocks to prevent environmental systems failure. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Brothers")

The main shuttlebay was on Deck 4, supported by several cargo bays on Deck 4 and Deck 18. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Power Play", "Schisms") Two additional shuttlebays were found on Deck 13. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Next Phase")Deck 8 of the ship was an unfinished multi-purpose deck. Additional work spaces were set there when needed. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Liaisons") It also contained the officers' quarters and the battle bridge. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Best of Both Worlds")

The episode TNG: , "Heart of Glory" stated that the battle bridge was located on Deck 17.

Deck 12 contained sickbay, ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Remember Me") while main engineering was located on Deck 36. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Hunted") Engineering took up twelve decks of the secondary hull, with the antimatter storage pods housed on Deck 42. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Liaisons")

TNG: "The Arsenal of Freedom" and Star Trek Generations seemed to indicate there was a secondary sickbay in the battle section as well.

The primary docking ports were located on either side of the torpedo launcher on Deck 25; ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "11001001") the nacelle control room was also on that deck. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Eye of the Beholder") According to Lieutenant Commander Nella Daren, the most acoustically perfect spot on the ship was the fourth intersect of Jefferies tube 25. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Lessons")

TNG: "Time Squared" and "The Hunted" both stated that shuttlebays two and three were on Deck 11. However, the shuttlebays actually spanned Decks 12 and 13 on the Enterprise miniature. The error was corrected in subsequent episodes. Cargo bay four also moved between the fifth and sixth seasons; in TNG: "Power Play", it was on Deck 18, while in TNG: "Schisms" it was on Deck 4.The Enterprise had a maximum sustainable speed of warp 9.6 for twelve hours. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Encounter at Farpoint") In 2369, the ship generated about 12.75 billion gigawatts of power, simply while in orbit of a planet. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "True Q")
The power output quoted in the aforementioned episode would appear to be quite questionable based on real world physics. Using the standard mass-energy equivalence, , we find that in order to sustain an output of 12.75 billion gigawatts the Enterprise would have to consume nearly 142 kilograms of matter/antimatter mix (71 kilograms of each) every second. This equates to a staggering 12440 metric tonnes per day. Even if all of the available internal volume of the ship were used for fuel storage, it's range and endurance would still be quite limited.

The warp core could generate a tremendous amount of energy at once if needed; the only device on the ship capable of channeling such energy all at once was the main deflector dish. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Best of Both Worlds") There were some 4,000 power systems in all on board the ship. She also had twenty transporter rooms. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "11001001")

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The Enterprise-D carried twelve phaser arrays, three torpedo launchers, a supply of 250 photon torpedoes, and a high-capacity shield grid which could operate on multiple frequencies. When the ship was destroyed in 2371, the shield frequency was of 257.4. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Conundrum", Star Trek Generations)In extreme cases, the saucer can separate and serve tactically as a secondary attack vessel utilizing the majority of phaser banks located on its hull. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II") The Engineering section also has phaser banks but was seen using its forward and aft torpedo tubes as its main weapons system. This tactical method of attack utilizing ship separation was later perfected on the Prometheus-class starships. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_Voyager VOY]: "Message in a Bottle")

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In 2367, an average day aboard ship recorded by Lieutenant Commander Data included four birthdays, two personnel transfers, two chess tournaments, a secondary school play, four promotions, and at least one birth. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Data's Day")

The Enterprise normally ran on three duty shifts. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Lower Decks") Increasing to four duty shifts caused many personnel scheduling problems, as when Captain Jellico ordered a change during his tenure in 2369. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Chain of Command, Part I")

Crewmembers of ensign rank were required to share crew quarters, but were allowed their own quarters upon promotion to lieutenant junior grade. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Lower Decks") Families often shared quarters. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Lonely Among Us", "When The Bough Breaks", "Imaginary Friend", "A Fistful of Datas", "Journey's End")

Ten Forward, located at the extreme forward of Deck 10 in the saucer section, was the center of the ship's social activity; nearly everyone on board passed through the lounge at one time or another. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Child", "The Offspring") Holodecks located on Deck 10 and Deck 12 also provided entertainment for the crew. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Big Goodbye", "Homeward")

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This contains USS Enterprise-D specific information; for more general information, see Galaxy-class decks.

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"We were like warriors from the ancient sagas. There was nothing we could not do."

- Worf ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_Deep_Space_Nine DS9]: "The Way of the Warrior")

As of 2366, some thirteen species were represented among the 1,014 members of the ship's complement, at that time including Betazoid, Klingon, El-Aurian, Vulcan and Human. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Reunion") Over the course of her mission, crew species included Bolian, Benzite, Bajoran, Napean, and an android. As of 2369, there were seventeen crew members from non-Federation worlds. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Chase") The ship also carried dolphins. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Perfect Mate")

On the holographic Enterprise-D commanded by Riker in [/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Future Imperfect", a Ferengi sat the helm. In a parallel universe in [/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Parallels", a Cardassian was a helm crewman.

Although Starfleet crewmembers staffed the vital positions on board the Enterprise, civilian crewmembers were allowed to hold important jobs in the ship's science and medical departments, as well as support areas like Ten Forward and the ship's school or the Arboretum. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Night Terrors", "Hero Worship", "Ethics") The Enterprise included children in the civilians on board, a concept which was not initially embraced by Captain Picard. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Encounter at Farpoint", "The Bonding")

Crew evaluations were conducted every three months, and were usually supervised by Executive Officer Will Riker and Ship's Counselor Deanna Troi. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Man of the People", "Lower Decks", "Eye of the Beholder")

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Although Captain Jean-Luc Picard commanded the Enterprise for most of the starship's life, his first officer, William T. Riker, was field promoted to captain in 2367, following Picard's capture by the Borg and assimilation as Locutus. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II") In early 2369, the Enterprise was briefly commanded by Captain Edward Jellico, as Captain Picard was assigned to a covert mission on the Cardassian planet of Celtris III. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Chain of Command, Part I", "Chain of Command, Part II")

In Q's timeline created by Picard's failure to fight the Nausicaans in [/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Tapestry", the Enterprise was commanded by Thomas Halloway. Riker and then Data were placed in provisional command of the Enterprise during [/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Gambit, Part I" and "Gambit, Part II" while Picard was working undercover with Arctus Baran's mercenaries, but neither was formally promoted to the rank of captain for the assignment. :For full listing of Enterprise crew, see: USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) personnel.

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Numerous alternate timeline and illusory versions of the Enterprise have been encountered.

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One alternate version of the Enterprise was observed in 2365. A ship from several hours in the future was destroyed following an encounter with a spatial anomaly, which was later determined to be a sentient presence. There was a single survivor, Captain Picard, who was thrown back in time and picked up by the Enterprise. The "present" Picard was able to determine that the Enterprise needed to fly through the anomaly rather than attempt to escape it via the entrance, and the timeline was averted. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Time Squared")

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In another alternate timeline, following the disappearance of the USS Enterprise-C, and the destruction of the Klingon outpost at Narendra III, relations between the Federation and the Klingon Empire deteriorated into war.

The Enterprise-D in this alternate timeline was the first of the Galaxy-class warships constructed by the Federation, capable of carrying over 6,000 troops. The vessel was entirely militarized, with no civilians or counselor. The bridge contained multiple redundant consoles, with a single command chair for the captain. Replicators throughout the ship were restricted to minimal power, and all available power was routed to the defensive systems.

In 2366, on combat date 43625.2, the Enterprise-D investigated a radiation anomaly near Starbase 105, where she encountered the Enterprise-C, transported through time by the anomaly, a temporal rift. As the Enterprise-D assisted in repairs, it was made clear that the Enterprise-C had to return through the rift, in order to prevent the chain of events that would lead to war. Enterprise-D's El-Aurian bartender Guinan was aware of the change to the timeline, and convinced Captain Picard to send the Enterprise-C back through the rift.

The Enterprise-D laid down cover fire in order for the Enterprise-C to return through the rift. Heavy casualties were suffered, and the vessel was on the verge of a warp core breach when the timeline was restored. However, the Enterprise-C crew retained memories of their encounter, and one Enterprise-D crewmember, Tasha Yar, went back in time with the Enterprise-C. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Yesterday's Enterprise", "Redemption II")

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In 2367, the thoughts of Dr. Beverly Crusher after she was trapped in a warp bubble created a completely separate universe, in which people and objects began disappearing. At various points, the crew of the Enterprise was reduced to a normal operating contingent of about 300, then 100, then simply two. All crew eventually disappeared, as the bubble began to collapse and the universe destroyed. This Enterprise was gradually erased from existence as the bubble collapsed. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Remember Me")

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During an away mission to Alpha Onias III, Will Riker experienced an illusory future created by Barash, ostensibly set sixteen years after the mission. In this timeframe, Riker was the captain of the Enterprise-D, was married to the late Minuet and had a son, Jean-Luc Riker. Data served as first officer, while La Forge was now using cloned eye implants.

A Ferengi and several Klingons were on the ship and the bridge had a several more science stations. Jean-Luc Picard, now Admiral, served as an ambassador to the Romulan Empire, with which the Federation was about to sign a peace treaty, following the rescue of a severely damaged Romulan Warbird by Riker and the Enterprise four years earlier.

The interior of the ship was slightly altered, but no hint as to the ship's exterior was given. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Future Imperfect")

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Several thousand Enterprises from many different quantum realities were encountered – later spilling into a single universe – in early 2370, as a result of Lieutenant Worf's encounter with a quantum fissure.

Worf observed numerous realities, with variations in personnel and positions widespread. In some, Captain Picard was lost and William Riker commanded the Enterprise. Wesley Crusher was still (or again) part of the crew in some realities. In at least one reality, Alyssa Ogawa, who was a long-time nurse in the primary timeline, was the chief medical officer. In that reality, Geordi La Forge was killed in an attack by the Cardassians.

On occasion, races that were adversarial to the Federation of the original universe – such as Cardassians and Ferengi – were part of the crew, while in at least one, the Bajorans were a hostile faction.

The fissure was eventually sealed and most of the ships returned to their proper universes. One Enterprise, from a universe where the Borg had emerged victorious after the Battle of Wolf 359, was lost as she attempted to prevent her return to her own reality.

When Worf returned to his normal universe, time was reversed and (it is presumed) these events no longer occurred. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "Parallels")

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Several alternate versions of the Enterprise-D were seen by Captain Picard after encountering an anti-time eruption in the Devron system. All were part of separate closed timelines.

In the anti-time past of 2364, the Enterprise was not sent to Farpoint Station, but instead was diverted to investigate the anomaly, which was feared to be a new Romulan presence. In this time period, Picard did not inform his crew of his time shifts, worrying that it may influence the future.

He initially ignored Starfleet's orders and proceeded to Farpoint, but then diverted the ship to the Devron system and began scanning the anomaly with an inverse tachyon pulse. When it was discovered that the beam actually caused the anomaly and that the ship would need to create a static warp shell to contain the eruption, the crew was hesitant to accept the orders of their commander, who seemed to be making arbitrary decisions.

After a quick reassurance from Picard, the crew cooperated and the ship joined two other Enterprises in order to seal the breach. She was the first to be destroyed after the stress from the static warp shell caused a warp core breach.

The second ship existed in the anti-time present 2370. Her history was identical to the real ship up until that point. She was also sent to the Devron system, and began to scan the anomaly with the inverse tachyon beam. Picard did tell this crew about his time shifts, and this ship was most drastically affected by the anomaly's effects.

This Enterprise joined the two other ships inside the anomaly, but was also destroyed trying to maintain a static warp shell.

In the anti-time future, the Enterprise was not destroyed at Veridian III, but remained in service for a number of years, Admiral Riker saving the vessel from being decommissioned by making her his personal flagship based out of Starbase 247.In this alternate future, the Enterprise had undergone several significant modifications, including the addition of a third nacelle, a cloaking device, and a heavy phaser bank mounted underneath the saucer section. She single-handedly destroyed one Klingon battleship and forced another to retreat while rescuing the USS Pasteur crew following their attempt to find the anomaly.

Riker ordered the Enterprise back to Federation space, but Picard later convinced him to return to the Devron system and the ship arrived in time to watch the initial formation of the anomaly. She was the last ship to be destroyed in the attempt to seal the anomaly. ([/en/wiki/star_trek:_The_Next_Generation TNG]: "All Good Things...")http://

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In yet another alternate timeline, the saucer section of the Enterprise-D was destroyed with the loss of all hands shortly after its crash-landing on the surface of Veridian III. In this version of events, Doctor Tolian Soran successfully launched his trilithium missile into the Veridian star; the resulting shockwave destroyed all planets in the system. The Enterprise-D's saucer section and all aboard were wiped out when the shockwave reached Veridian III.

Fortunately, before the wave reached the planet, both Soran and Captain Picard were swept into the Nexus. Acquiring the assistance of James T. Kirk, Picard was able to return to a point before Soran launched his weapon and prevent the destruction of the Veridian star, sparing the lives aboard the saucer section of the Enterprise-D at the same time. (Star Trek Generations)

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