- For other uses, see Hudson.
- No history or fate is established for this vessel as its name was randomly selected for a mining freighter by the game software.
In 2376, the Hudson was attached to Mining Station Beta, temporarily operated by the Ferengi Latinum Consortium in the Devron system. The freigther supplied the station with ore from a nearby dilithium moon. DaiMon Poe negotiated with the Cardassians for the sale of an Omega molecule when Admiral Sela arrived at the Romulan base in the system. The Ferengi and Cardassians engaged the interfering Romulans, until DaiMon Poe reached a deal with Sela, resulting in the Ferengi Latinum Consortium becoming neutral in this conflict. During the attacks, it was possible for Sela to seize Mining Station Beta and the Hudson.
While in Starfleet service the mining freighter featured white fleet markings, portions of the hull were marked orange while on loan to the FLC, and green when seized by Sela. (ST video game: Armada mission: "A Call to Power")
|Ships named Hudson|
|USS Hudson (NCC-72450, Danube-class) • USS Hudson (second Danube-class runabout) • USS Hudson (mining freighter)|
|Federation mining freighter starships|
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