- For other uses, see Prometheus.
The USS Prometheus (NX-59650 and NX-74913) was a Federation starship, the prototype of the Prometheus-class multi-vector assault mode advanced escort launched by Starfleet in the 2370s decade. (VOY episode: "Message in a Bottle")
Service history[edit | edit source]
An experimental prototype that was designed for deep space and tactical based assignments, the Prometheus was built at the Beta Antares shipyards and launched on stardate 50749.5 and at the time was the most innovative and fastest vessel in the fleet. (Startrek.com)
In the year 2374, around stardate 51462, the Prometheus was hijacked by a group of Romulans who wanted to return the ship to Romulus so that the Tal Shiar could learn the latest Starfleet tactical secrets. Using the vessel's multi-vector assault mode the Prometheus was able to overcome the pursuing Nebula-class USS Bonchune and the hijack appeared to have been successful.
Fortunately, the Doctor from the USS Voyager had been transmitted to the Prometheus via a relay network from the Delta Quadrant. With help from the Prometheus's Mark II Emergency Medical Hologram, the Doctor was able to slow down the Romulans by venting a knock-out gas into the ship's life support systems, and hold off a Romulan assault, destroying one warbird until a relief force of Federation starships arrived. (VOY episode: "Message in a Bottle"; WizKids module: Tactics)
In 2377, the Prometheus was part of the fleet that destroyed Sphere 634 and welcomed Voyager back home. (VOY episode: "Endgame") It was during this year that Captain Richard Adams had been given command of the Prometheus. (PROM novel: Fire with Fire)
In February 2381, during the Borg invasion, the Prometheus was part of a forty ship fleet defending Vulcan from the Borg. In the battle, it was one of the four surviving ships including the USS Exeter, USS Atlas, and USS Kearsarge. It promptly destroyed the Borg over Vulcan with the other surviving ships. (ST - Destiny novel: Lost Souls)
In the 26th century, the Prometheus was part of the fleet led by the USS Enterprise-J into the pivotal Battle of Procyon V, against the Sphere Builders and their Temporal Liberation Front allies. (STO - Future Proof mission: "Ragnarok")
Crew manifest[edit | edit source]
Background[edit | edit source]
- The reason for the differing registry numbers (59650 and 74913) was that Foundation Imaging FX artists did not receive Mike Okuda's memo directing them to use NX-74913 (which itself appears on all shipboard computer displays and the dedication plaque). In-universe, the Prometheus actually was rechristened NX-74913, according to issue 152 of the Star Trek Communicator.
- The Prometheus stars in licensed German publisher Crosscult's first original series of novels, debuting in 2016, entitled Star Trek: Prometheus.
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Connections[edit | edit source]
|Ships named Prometheus|
|USS Prometheus (NCC-71201, Nebula-class) • USS Prometheus (NX-59650, Prometheus-class) • USS Prometheus (NCC-59650-A, Prometheus-class) • see also: Prometheus-class|
|ISS Prometheus (NCC-59650-A, Prometheus-class)|
|Earthfleet Starship Prometheus|
|Prometheus-class escort starships|
|standard configuration||Cerberus • Hercules • Icarus • Meridian • Prometheus • Prometheus-A • Titan • unnamed|
|variant configurations||Cerberus-subclass: Cerberus • von Richthofen • Hestia-subclass: Hestia • Phaeton • Hephaestus-subclass: Felczer • Hephaestus • Phoenix-subclass: Phoenix|
|Terran Empire, Starfleet
|standard configuration||Fortuna-A • Prometheus-A|
|variant configurations||Cerberus-subclass: Cerberus • Phoenix-subclass: Phoenix|