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For other uses, see Clarke.

The USS Clarke was a Federation starship, the prototype of the Clarke-subclass specification of the Oberth-class research vessel.

Service history and disposition[]

In 2275, the Clarke was fitted as a cutter ship, and was on hand to greet the USS Enterprise upon her return to the Sol system following Enterprise's test of the inversion drive. (TOS novel: The Wounded Sky)

Shortly after Gillian Taylor's arrival in the 23rd century, she signed on to a Federation science vessel, the USS Clarke, intent on bringing her scientific knowledge up to date. (TOS movie: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

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Ships named Clark or Clarke
United Earth, Earth Starfleet USS William Clark (Daedalus-class cruiser in the Earth-Romulan War) Earth icon image. Earth Starfleet icon image.
Federation, Starfleet starships: USS Clark (Ptolemy-class)USS Clark (Ranger-class)USS Clark Terrell (Decker-class) • USS Clarke (Malachowski-class)USS Clarke (Oberth-class, Clarke-subclass prototype)small craft: Clarke (Enterprise shuttlecraft) • see also: Clarke-class (science vessel) • Clarke-class (multi-mission command cruiser) Federation icon image. Starfleet icon image.
Oberth-class starships
various configurations Aamot* • AchillesAlacrityAldrinAndromedeArmstrongBantingBarracudaBikoBonestellBroadswordCarterCarverCavalierCochraneCopernicusCortesDrakeFaradayFreedomFu PoGarneauGatoHawkingIntrepid IIJacequaiJonathan LevyKhartoumKhyberLagrangeLakeManateeMartynovMontgomeryMorayNarwhalOberthOsirisPegasus (2285)Pegasus (2358)Pegasus (Late 24th century)RamanRio BrancoSandhuskySeadragonShepherdSmallwood* • StingraySun Yat SenSurakSybilTinianTobiasTrosperTrumpTudorVicoYosemiteYung Sheng
(*simulated and/or fictional)
UFP emblem. Seal of the Federation Starfleet
Clarke-subclass Benjamin FranklinClarkeSalutaris (civilian medical vessel) Gagarin-subclass ChaffeeGagarinGrissom
Sagan-subclass CarsonCochraneCorbyCraterDaystromEinsteinFermiLowellMeadeMendeleyevSaganShoonedevSkoatarSurishianT'mireaTsiolkovskyV'Ryugenn


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