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U.S.S. Kelvin . "Space...the final frontier..." . I think this shot most captures the saucer form and best creates the impression of color palette unity. Head-on view of the prow. Here the ship's thickness is most evident (unfortunately). Size limitations brought on by the need for structural stability and an insufficient supply of grey bricks constituted the most frustrating aspects of this build. Independently rotating laser turrets to ward off aggressors. The deflector shield projection dish. The oblong construct on which it is mounted is the shield generator. Profile view of the Kelvin's primary warp nacelle. Primary sublight drive emitting the characteristic blue glow of activity. The upper hull panels fold open to reveal the crew members and equipment contained within. Four of the five crew members are stationed at the bridge as the Kelvin emerges from warp. Various monitors, readouts, and gauges inform the crew of the ship's status and surroundings, while control panels and maneuvering apparatae enable them to react appropriately. The chief navigator studies a holoprojection of the local star system. Even vigilant Federation officers and cadets need a break, and the ship's lounge is equipped with a holoprojector streaming shows and movies stored in the ship's computer archives. Hardsuits and gear for excursions into the merciless vacuum of space. A portable air reservoir allows for extended stays on the surface of worlds lacking breathable atmosphere. Accouterments and weapons for trips to planets having breathable atmosphere. A control panel for... ...the beaming station! Engineering station for the warp and sublight drives. Along with status readouts and control panels, repair equipment is stored nearby. A seemingly innocuous import from a galaxy far, far away, this repair droid is on a covert mission to engender unity and respect between Star Wars fans and Trekkies. The red-floored lift behind him ostensibly transports crew members to and from the ship's various levels, none of which actually exist. When the cycle of waking hours is concluded ('day' is an ambiguous concept in space), the officers and cadets waste half the night arguing over who gets to sleep in the two beds and eventually pile haphazardly on them together. The think with the black lid is a lamp.


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