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===Background===
 
===Background===
 
[[File:Declassified solicitations.jpg|thumb|upright|Earlier cover used in solicitations]]
 
[[File:Declassified solicitations.jpg|thumb|upright|Earlier cover used in solicitations]]
*The cover art is by [[Doug Drexler]], featuring Starbase {{dis|Vanguard|station}}, as designed by [[Masao Okazaki]], under construction. The cover also features two [[class F shuttlecraft]], including the {{ship||McAuliffe|NCC-1647/11}}, and the {{class|Ptolemy}} {{USS|Al Rashid}}, which originates from [[Franz Joseph]]'s ''[[Star Fleet Technical Manual]]''.
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*The cover art is by [[Doug Drexler]], featuring Starbase {{dis|Vanguard|station}}, as designed by [[Masao Okazaki]], under construction. The cover also features two [[class F shuttlecraft]], including the ''[[McAuliffe]]'', and the {{class|Ptolemy}} {{USS|Al Rashid}}, which originates from [[Franz Joseph]]'s ''[[Star Fleet Technical Manual]]''.
 
*[[Cross Cult]]'s German language edition of the book, titled ''Enthüllungen'', also uses Doug Drexler's artwork.
 
*[[Cross Cult]]'s German language edition of the book, titled ''Enthüllungen'', also uses Doug Drexler's artwork.
 
*The final cover was the second to be designed for the book, the original submission, which featured the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} leaving from one of Vanguard's docking bays was rejected by Pocket Books due to being overly similar to previous covers in the series<sup>[http://daytonward.livejournal.com/624809.html]</sup>. The first cover was used in early solicitations for the book.
 
*The final cover was the second to be designed for the book, the original submission, which featured the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} leaving from one of Vanguard's docking bays was rejected by Pocket Books due to being overly similar to previous covers in the series<sup>[http://daytonward.livejournal.com/624809.html]</sup>. The first cover was used in early solicitations for the book.
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