The USS Trosper was an Oberth-class Federation science vessel in service to Starfleet in the 24th century.

Service history[edit | edit source]

As of 2369, the Trosper was assigned to the Starfleet Corps of Engineers. That year, they responded to a distress call from planet Drema IV. (SCE eBook: Progress)

The Trosper was one of the first three starships to arrive at Veridian III following the crash of the USS Enterprise-D in 2371. It was their crew that discovered the visual signal being broadcast by a microtransmitter from Geordi La Forge's VISOR, which had been used by Lursa and B'Etor to penetrate the Enterprise's shields. (TNG - Slings and Arrows eBook: The Insolence of Office; TNG movie: Star Trek Generations)

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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

Background[edit | edit source]

The Trosper was named in honor of Jennifer Trosper, mission manager for the Spirit rover of the early-21st century Mars Exploration Rover mission. While this wasn't established "in-universe" within the narrative of the SCE eBook: Progress, this information formed part of the book's acknowledgements.

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