Nor-class stations were a class of space stations.
History and specificationsEdit
Nor-class staions were originally of Cardassian design, however individual stations have been under the control of various factions. (TNG novel: The Battle of Betazed, ST video game: Trexels missions: "Intro", "Skirmish", DS9 - Mirror Universe novel: Saturn's Children, STO mission: "Badlands Battlezone")
The Nor-class is marked by a central core surrounded by two rings with a diameter of 1451.82 meters, the outermost of which served as the base for six arching docking pylons, three above and three below, with a total height of 969.26 meters. The majority of Nor-class stations were designed to support mining and refining operations, though they could be adapted to other purposes. (DS9 reference: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual)
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|Space station classes of the Federation and Starfleet|
|Named classes||E-class • Fleet Starbase • Helios class • K-class • Manheim Temporal Research Facility • Nor-class • R1 Investigator-class • R1 Invictus-class • Sierra class • Sigma-class • Unity-class • Watchtower-class • Zenith-class|
Federation advanced shipyard • Federation mining station • Federation orbital processing facility • Federation phaser turret • Federation relay station • Federation research facility • Federation temporal research facility • Federation sensor platform • Federation science station • Federation shipyard • Federation starbase • Federation torpedo turret • Federation trading station • fleet station • Vulcan research institute
- In the video game D-A-C (a tie-in to the movie Star Trek), in the background of the map "cryophobe" a structure of similar design to the Nor-class can be seen.