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The shuttle was assigned to the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-D|-D}} in the early [[2360s]], when that [[starship]] was [[ship commissioning|commissioned]]. ''Hawking'' was the latest of a series of shuttles to bear that name, with a previous example having been assigned to the earlier {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}}.
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At some point, the shuttlecraft ''Hawking'' was used by [[Worf]] and two other crewmembers to transport a false [[probe]] into three invading [[Borg sphere]]s near [[Jupiter]]'s moon of [[Io]]. The probe was sucessful in destroying the cubes, and also sent back the Borg [[self-destruct]] code, which the ''Enterprise'' used to save the ''Hawking'' from a surprise attack from a [[Borg cube]]. (''[[Star Trek: The Exhibition]]'' flight simulator)
 
At some point, the shuttlecraft ''Hawking'' was used by [[Worf]] and two other crewmembers to transport a false [[probe]] into three invading [[Borg sphere]]s near [[Jupiter]]'s moon of [[Io]]. The probe was sucessful in destroying the cubes, and also sent back the Borg [[self-destruct]] code, which the ''Enterprise'' used to save the ''Hawking'' from a surprise attack from a [[Borg cube]]. (''[[Star Trek: The Exhibition]]'' flight simulator)
   
In this year, the ''Hawking'' was used to transport the survivors of the destroyed ''Enterprise''-D to the rescue ships in orbit of [[Veridian III]]. ({{mnc|TNG|{{st|Generations}}}})
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In 2371, the ''Hawking'' was used to transport the survivors of the destroyed ''Enterprise''-D to the rescue ships in orbit of [[Veridian III]]. ({{mnc|TNG|{{st|Generations}}}})
   
 
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Latest revision as of 23:52, April 11, 2017

For other uses, see Hawking.

The Hawking (NCC-1701-D/15) was a Federation type-4 shuttlecraft in service to Starfleet in the mid-24th century.

HistoryEdit

The shuttle was assigned to the USS Enterprise-D in the early 2360s, when that starship was commissioned. Hawking was the latest of a series of shuttles to bear that name, with a previous example having been assigned to the earlier USS Enterprise.

At some point, the shuttlecraft Hawking was used by Worf and two other crewmembers to transport a false probe into three invading Borg spheres near Jupiter's moon of Io. The probe was sucessful in destroying the cubes, and also sent back the Borg self-destruct code, which the Enterprise used to save the Hawking from a surprise attack from a Borg cube. (Star Trek: The Exhibition flight simulator)

In 2371, the Hawking was used to transport the survivors of the destroyed Enterprise-D to the rescue ships in orbit of Veridian III. (TNG movie, novelization & comic adaptation: Generations)

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Ships named Hawking
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