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For other uses, see Europa.

The USS Europa (NCC-80104) was a Federation starship, Luna-class science vessel in Starfleet service in the 2370s and 2380s decades. (TTN novel: Taking Wing Luna Class Concept Notes; TTN novel: Sword of Damocles, Titan Fold-out)

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Ships named Europa
Federation, Starfleet USS Europa (NCC-1648, Nimitz-class)USS Europa (NCC-1648 (II), Nimitz-class)USS Europa (NCC-80104, Luna-class)USS Europa (NCC-97640, Europa-class)see also: Europa-class Seal of the United Federation of Planets image. Seal of the Federation Starfleet image.
Terran Empire, Starfleet ISS Europa Terran Empire emblem image. icon image.
Luna-class starships
Federation Starfleet
(primary universe)
standard configuration AmaltheaCallistoCharonEuropaGalateaGanymedeIoLunaOberonRheaTitanTriton Federation icon image. {{{2}}} icon image.
variant configurations Comet-subclass: CometPolaris-subclass: PolarisSol-subclass: BorlandSolTitan-subclass: Titan
Terran Empire Starfleet
(mirror universe)
Luna (I)Luna (II)Luna-E {{{2}}} icon image.

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  • The initial batch of Luna-class is named for moons of the Sol system. The ship is named after Jupiter's moon Europa.
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