All rights reserved. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. SPOILERS for the Star Trek: Lower Decks season finale follow. The navigational deflector dish was located on the forward face of the secondary hull. The primary battle systems on board the Prometheus included regenerative shielding, ablative hull armor, phasers, and photon torpedoes. In Star Trek Online, the Luna-class became so successful that by the early 25th century, it spawned three variants: the Comet-class, the Polaris-class, and the Sol-class. ), he's in command of a different ship, the Zheng He. Both officers shared an unobstructed view of the main viewscreen with the commanding officer. Apocryphal depiction of the USS Titan from Star Trek Magazine issue 147. Operator: The project was sidelined by the impending threat from the Dominion and was suspended during the Dominion War, but was renewed soon afterwards. Primary impulse engines were aft-facing on the saucer section. One year later, the bridge set went on to again be redressed, for the Nova-class USS Equinox. (Star Trek: The Magazine Volume 3, Issue 11) A length of 414 meters was also shown on a page from an Eden FX manual. The Bridge is has two levels, similar to the Enterprise-E, but smaller. Prometheus-class Aft view The class for the USS Titan wasn't stated on screen, but the trivia question for the "Nepenthe" episode of The Ready Room stated the USS Titan was a Luna-class starship, named after the moon of Saturn. 2370s– In the Deep Space Nine relaunch series series of novels Avatar, Book One and Book Two, a Prometheus-class starship named USS Cerberus served as Admiral William Ross' personal flagship, replacing the USS Bellerophon. The saucer section also housed a Phaser array strip mounted on top. United Federation of Planets Armament: The latter was used to activate multi-vector assault mode and assess the status of ship systems, among other tasks. Thursday's season finale episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks, "No Small Parts," featured the return of two Star Trek: The Next Generation characters. It was one of the most advanced Starfleet vessels in operation during the later half of the 24th century as well as later use in the 25th century. Those two former Enterprise crew members saved the day, and they did it in a ship never before seen in Star Trek canon. In this mode, the Prometheus could easily disable a Nebula-class at warp, or a D'deridex-class on the field of battle. Unfortunately, this mission is one with a lot of bugs, but can be completed. The episode sees the USS Cerritos in dire straits after falling into a trap set by the dangerously underestimated Pakleds. 4+ It was one of the most advanced Starfleet vessels in operation during the later half of the 24th century as well as later use in the 25th century. This ship is still a work in progress. This attention to detail and reverence for both the canon and non-canon stories that fans hold dear is what we'd expect from Lower Decks showrunner Mike McMahan. The contest rules established that within the novels' continuity, the Luna-class had a crew complement of 350 and was intended as an extended-mission, deep-space explorer, apparently as a result of Starfleet's efforts to get back on an exploration standing following the Dominion War. A competition to design the new vessel was held. The Luna-class was a Federation starship operated by Starfleet during the late 24th century. Luckily for them, the USS Titan happened to be nearby. (VOY: "Message in a Bottle"), View of the Prometheus-class starship's main bridge, The fact that the Prometheus-class was mainly designed for combat was reflected in the design of its bridge. In addition to standard automation systems, the Prometheus-class design also featured holoemitters on every deck, which allowed the ship's Emergency Medical Hologram (Mark II) to access all areas of the ship (most EMHs were confined to sickbay only). (VOY: "Message in a Bottle"), A Prometheus-class starship at the Battle of Procyon V, In an alternate timeline, vessels of the Prometheus-class were among the Federation fleet that engaged the forces of the Sphere-Builders during the Battle of Procyon V in the 26th century. "The more you reference Star Trek stuff, the more to a new fan it's just going to sound like sci-fi stuff," McMahan says. And luckily, there's quite a few Star Trek episodes and movies out there to pull from.".