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Senior illustrator Rick Sternbach was one of the first people hired for the Star Trek: The Next Generation design team, where he worked for all of its seven blockbuster seasons. He has also contributed his talent and energy to the Star Trek® film series as well as Star Trek: Deep Space Nine® and Star Trek: Voyager™. And Sternbach is the co-author, with Michael Okuda, of Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual, which has an incredible half million copies in print.
Now he brings you on an incredible journey inside the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D with STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION BLUEPRINTS. From the bridge, to engineering, to the ship's holodecks, these exciting, detailed blueprints reveal every deck, every corridor, and every corner of the Starship Enterprise™. This is an unprecedented look inside the ship that has taken millions of television viewers and filmgoers into the farthest reaches of space. With thirteen huge (22" by 34") blueprints and an exclusive sixteen-page booklet, these blueprints are a must for every Star Trek fan.


The thirteen blueprints are labelled as 'screens', and display the internal and external arrangement of the Enterprise-D.

  • Screen 1 - External arrangement: Dorsal surface plan view
  • Screen 2 - External arrangement: Ventral surface plan view
  • Screen 3 - External arrangement: Fore, aft, and starboard elevation views
  • Screen 4 - Internal arrangement: Starboard cutaway view; plan views of decks 1 & 2
  • Screen 5 - Internal arrangement: Plan view of decks 3-5
  • Screen 6 - Internal arrangement: Plan view of decks 6-7
  • Screen 7 - Internal arrangement: Plan view of decks 8-9
  • Screen 8 - Internal arrangement: Plan view of decks 10-11
  • Screen 9 - Internal arrangement: Plan view of decks 12-14
  • Screen 10 - Internal arrangement: Plan view of decks 15-25
  • Screen 11 - Internal arrangement: Plan view of decks 26-33
  • Screen 12 - Internal arrangement: Plan view of decks 34-38
  • Screen 13 - Internal arrangement: Plan view of decks 39-42; symbol key for hardware and room spaces



Beverly CrusherDataGeordi La ForgeJean-Luc PicardWilliam T. RikerDeanna TroiWorf, son of Mogh

Starships and vehicles[]

Captain's yachtcetacean lifeboatUSS Enterprise-D (Galaxy-class) • lifeboat (ASRV) • type-6 shuttlecrafttype-8 shuttlecrafttype-15 shuttlepodtype-15A shuttlepod
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USS EnterpriseUSS Enterprise-AUSS Enterprise-BUSS Enterprise-CUSS Enterprise-ED'deridex-classVor'cha-class

Enterprise-D internal locations[]

aid stationarboretumbattle bridgebridgecargo baycetacean navigation labcetacean opsconference roomcorridordeuterium tankgymnasiumholodeckintensive care wardJeffries tubemain shuttlebayquartersready roomsensor maintenanceshuttlebaysickbaystellar cartographyTen-Forward


MarsUtopia Planitia Fleet Yards
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Dyson SphereEarthMir

Races and cultures[]

BetazoidDolphinHumanKlingonTakaya's whale
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States and organizations[]

Referenced only 
United Federation of PlanetsUnited States Air ForceUnited States Navy

Science and technology[]

airlockbussard collectorcomputer coredocking portformation lightinertial dampenernavigational deflectorpattern bufferreplicatorstructural integrity fieldtractor beamtransporterturbolift


antimatter injectorantimatter podEPS conduitimpulse coilimpulse engineimpulse reactorthrusterwarp corewarp nacelle

Tactical systems[]

phaser arrayphoton torpedodeflector grid

Ranks and titles[]

captaincommandercounselordoctorlieutenantlieutenant commander

Other references[]

Galaxy Class Starship Development Projectprimary hullsecondary hull



  • stardates 30789.32 (2353) to 47965.45 (2370)


Related work[]

Star Trek: The Next Generation reference works
In-universe Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical ManualUSS Enterprise NCC-1701-D BlueprintsQ's Guide to the Continuum
Real-world Star Trek: The Next Generation CompanionMake-Up FX JournalThe Making of Star Trek: First ContactStar Trek: The Next Generation - The Continuing MissionStar Trek: The Next Generation Sketchbook: The Movies


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