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Category:
Length:
Width:
Height:
Mass:

Decks:
Crew:


Maximum Capacity:
Science
150 meters
82 meters
44 meters
90,000 metric tons

12
80 officers
and enlisted


Commisioned:

Phasers:
Torpedo Launchers:

Warp Reactor:
Normal Cruising Speed:
Max Cruising Speed:
Maximum Speed:

2270-civilian

Type IV


M/ARA
Warp 4
Warp 5
Warp 6 (12 hrs)

Color Key: Cannon Facts - Estimation - Speculation
Notes: The Oberth class is a science vessel designed in the early 23rd century. The class has very little in the way of defenses or armaments, instead intended to be purely a research vessel.
Oberth Class
Threat Rating: None  Est Ships: 100  Known Ships: 12
Armaments:
Type IV Phasers

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Notable Ships
NCC-602          USS Oberth
	NCC-50331     USS Biko
	NCC-31600     USS Bonestell
	NCC-59318     USS Cochrane
	NCC-623          USS Copernicus
	NCC-638          USS Grissom
	NCC-               USS Olympia
	NCC-53847     USS Pegasus (Phased-cloaking ship)
	NCC-59983     USS Raman
	NCC-53911     USS Tsiolkovsky (Destroyed by star fragment)
	NAR-18834     SS Vico (Destroyed in black cluster)
	NCC-19002     USS Yosemite
History


Information

Most all Oberth class ships have been retired into civilian use as they we're replaced with multi-purpose classes.


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