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:''Starliners actually predate the ''Suurok''-class by a century, making it unlikely that particular class could serve as a design inspiration.''
 
:''Starliners actually predate the ''Suurok''-class by a century, making it unlikely that particular class could serve as a design inspiration.''
   
A number were launched during the early-to-late [[21st century|21st]] [[century]] towards target [[star]]s that lay within 15 [[light-year]]s of [[Sol]]. However, only the seventh, the {{pre|UESP|Enterprise}}, reached its destination of [[Alpha Centauri]] before the rest of the Starliners were overtaken by recently developed faster-than-light spaceships. ({{r|ST|Star Trek Maps}})
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A number were launched during the early-to-late [[21st century|21st]] [[century]] towards target [[star]]s that lay within 15 [[light-year]]s of [[Sol]]. However, only the seventh, the {{pre|UESP|Enterprise}}, reached its destination of [[Alpha Centauri]] before the rest of the Starliners were overtaken by recently developed faster-than-light spaceships ({{r|ST|Star Trek Maps}}).
   
 
:''The ''Star Trek Maps'' timeline is internally inconsistent. According to the source, these sublight ships were launched in the [[2050s]] [[decade]] and subsequently surpassed by the first warp vessels, yet the ''Enterprise'' is also stated to have reached its destination in [[2039]], 11 [[year]]s prior to the earliest launch date.''
 
:''The ''Star Trek Maps'' timeline is internally inconsistent. According to the source, these sublight ships were launched in the [[2050s]] [[decade]] and subsequently surpassed by the first warp vessels, yet the ''Enterprise'' is also stated to have reached its destination in [[2039]], 11 [[year]]s prior to the earliest launch date.''
   
The ships were later considered to be only unused prototypes. ({{n|TOS|Ex Machina}})
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The ships were later considered to be only unused prototypes ({{n|TOS|Ex Machina}}).
   
 
:''Taken with ''Star Trek Maps'', this may be in in error or due to the ships being largely obsolete before they reached their destinations.''
 
:''Taken with ''Star Trek Maps'', this may be in in error or due to the ships being largely obsolete before they reached their destinations.''
   
They remained in use however. The Starliner {{pre|UESP|Lafayette}} later colonized the [[planet]] of [[New Paris]] in the [[Omega Aurigae]] system ''circa'' [[2105]] ({{r|ST|Star Trek Maps}}), while the ''Enterprise'' survived to receive "SS" and "USS" prefixes ({{r|ST|The Making of Star Trek: The Motion Picture|Star Trek Encyclopedia}}). Portraits of these ships were displayed in the [[602 Club]] in [[2143]] and [[Admiral]] [[Maxwell Forrest]]'s office in [[2154]]. ({{e|ENT|First Flight|Home}})
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They remained in use however. The Starliner {{pre|UESP|Lafayette}} later colonized the [[planet]] of [[New Paris]] in the [[Omega Aurigae]] system ''circa'' [[2105]] ({{r|ST|Star Trek Maps}}), while the ''Enterprise'' survived to receive "SS" and "USS" prefixes ({{r|ST|The Making of Star Trek: The Motion Picture|Star Trek Encyclopedia}}). Portraits of these ships were displayed in the [[602 Club]] in [[2143]] and [[Admiral]] [[Maxwell Forrest]]'s office in [[2154]] ({{e|ENT|First Flight|Home}}).
   
 
==Specifications==
 
==Specifications==
A Starliner was 120 [[meter]]s long and had a crew of 35. ({{r|ST|Star Trek Maps}})
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A Starliner was 120 [[meter]]s long and had a crew of 35. ({{r|ST|Star Trek Maps}}).
   
 
==Known vessels==
 
==Known vessels==
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''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]'' artist [[Doug Drexler]] based the [[Vulcan]] {{class|Suurok}} on this image. Following this, the {{n|TOS|Ex Machina}} later said this ship was only an unused prototype based on Vulcan designs and that the portrait had been mistakenly installed. It was removed and replaced with one of the {{ship||Enterprise|NX-01| (NX-01)}}.
 
''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]'' artist [[Doug Drexler]] based the [[Vulcan]] {{class|Suurok}} on this image. Following this, the {{n|TOS|Ex Machina}} later said this ship was only an unused prototype based on Vulcan designs and that the portrait had been mistakenly installed. It was removed and replaced with one of the {{ship||Enterprise|NX-01| (NX-01)}}.
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[[Category:Earth starship classes]]
 
[[Category:Earth starship classes]]
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