- For other uses, see McAuliffe.
History[edit | edit source]
During a survey mission of Delta Vega, Farragut science officer Perez used the McAuliffe to chart the mountain ridges of the planet in the search for water. After many passes, Perez discovered a kilometer-wide canyon which contained water. (ST calendar: Ships of the Line 2006)
During her service career, the shuttle McAuliffe transported a survey team to the surface of a class M planet which was home to the Scintilla civilization. (ST calendar: Ships of the Line 2012; ST reference: Ships of the Line)
Appendices[edit | edit source]
Background[edit | edit source]
- The shuttlecraft was named in honor of Christa McAuliffe, the astronaut and school teacher who died with crew of the space shuttle Challenger in 1986.
Connections[edit | edit source]
|Class F shuttlecraft|
|Federation, Starfleet||NCC-1701/3 • NCC-1701/4 • NCC-1701/5 • NCC-1701/8 • NCC-1701/9 • NCC-6038/5 • NCC-K7 • Apollo • Armstrong (II) • Balboa • Bean • Christopher • Columbus • Conrad (USS Enterprise) • Conrad (Starbase 11) • Copernicus (USS Constellation) • Copernicus (NCC-1701/7) • da Gama • da Vinci • Einstein • Ellis • Galileo (2251) • Galileo (NCC-1701/1) • Galileo (2265-2267) • Galileo (2267-2268) • Galileo II • Guo Shoujing • Icarus • Kepler (USS Defiant) • Kepler (USS Endeavor) • Keppler • Leonardo (I) • Leonardo (II) • Masao • McAuliffe • Mitrios • Niagara • Picasso • Simone • Sutherland|
|Terran Empire, Starfleet
|Bellarmine • Galileo|