The only real difference i can find between this and the Endeavour (NX-06) is the use of the "USS" prefix ... which isn't completely unheard of for Earth vessels. Is this a merge possibility? -- Captain MKB 02:10, April 4, 2011 (UTC)

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Should a redirect be made for a USS Endeavour page with the new registry of NCC-06? They are one in the same ship. --Mushroom359 (talk) 14:59, June 25, 2013 (UTC)

I think we should have a new page for the USS Endeavour NCC-06 as, despite being the same ship, it has been extensively refit to the point where it has changed class - Now part of the Columbia-class (Admiral Jonathan Archer named it in honour of Erika Hernandez's Columbia) - and it now has a prefix and NCC registry number. In fact, unless anyone objects, I'm going to create just such a page ;) -- Cyfa (talk) 17:17, June 25, 2013 (UTC)
Actually, first I'm going to create the Columbia-class page as I'm in two minds (now I've thought about it a bit more) about having a separate page for the NX-06 and the NCC-06. It'd be good to have someone else's opinion on this, too. -- Cyfa (talk) 17:55, June 25, 2013 (UTC)

I don't know. The NCC-1701 Enterprise underwent a major refit too, and it became a different sub-class with its own page, but the ship it self remained on one page. -- Briet

That's true. I think that's why I'm having second thoughts about creating a new page. Perhaps the name of the page should be changed to something like: USS Endeavour (22nd century), to make it less specific? -- Cyfa (talk) 19:07, June 25, 2013 (UTC)
Standard procedure would just be to name the article after its most recent name. For example, the USS Excelsior (NCC-2000) is listed with its NCC registration despite having been seen with an NX registration. So I would just suggest moving the article to USS Endeavour (NCC-06). --Long Live the United Earth (talk) 10:33, June 26, 2013 (UTC)
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