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A hull is the body of a aquatic vessel, spacecraft or starship.

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The hull of a Federation starship is usually separated into a primary hull for command functions and a secondary hull where the ship's engines are based. Hulls can be constructed from smaller pieces called hull plating. (ST video game: Armada II, VOY episode: "Good Shepherd")


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