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The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 was a Constitution-class vessel launched in 2245 that was commanded by Captain Christopher Pike from 2250 until 2265. It was the first Federation starship to bear the name Enterprise and one of the most storied starships in Federation history.

U.S.S. Enterprise Bridge | Deck 1 (2259)

The bridge of the U.S.S. Enterprise was circular in shape with a wide viewscreen/window combination at the forward end of the bridge. The captain’s chair was placed centrally, slightly towards the rear, with the helm and navigation stations directly in front at a lower elevation. Five additional duty stations adorned the outer perimeter of the bridge, critical for carrying out ship operations. Access to both a turbolift and the conference room were available at the rear port and starboard sides of the bridge, respectively.

U.S.S. Enterprise Pike’s Quarters | Deck 5 (2259)

Pike's quarters on the U.S.S. Enterprise exemplified his multifaceted persona and interests. Pike was an avid cook, host, and cultural explorer. His quarters featured a kitchen, a dining table, a fireplace, and a hydroponic garden. He also displayed a plethora of artifacts and art from his voyages. Pike's quarters were a cozy and hospitable space, where he frequently invited his crew and friends for gastronomic and ludic experiences.

U.S.S. Enterprise Spock’s Quarters | Deck 5 (2259)

Spock's quarters on the U.S.S. Enterprise were a reflection of his dual heritage and his quest for balance. The room was spacious and minimalist, with large windows that offered a view of the stars. Spock had a few personal items that reminded him of his Vulcan and human origins. He also had a meditation alcove where he could practice his mental disciplines and connect with his inner self. Spock's quarters were a place of peace and harmony, where he could explore his emotions and logic in equal measure.

U.S.S. Enterprise Transporter Room | Deck 6 (2259)

The transporter room was a marvel of 23rd-century engineering. It was a critical hub for crew members to beam to alien worlds or ships. The room blended mid-century aesthetics with futuristic elements, reflecting the ethos of exploration and discovery. The room housed the iconic transporter pad and an added corridor that facilitated movement, embodying the fluidity of space travel.

U.S.S. Enterprise Training Quarters | Deck 6 (2260)

Adhering to the architectural consistency of the crew quarters, this specific room was intentionally left uncluttered to maximize space for combat training. The side walls were equipped with an array of weapons and tools, which provided crew members the opportunity to enhance their proficiency in various combat techniques. This strategic design ensured that the crew was well-prepared for any potential combat scenarios that may arise during missions. The room thus served as a practical and versatile space for skill development, reinforcing the crew’s readiness for diverse challenges.

PRODUCTION INFO

Ship Model (Digital)

As portrayed in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - “Strange New Worlds” (TV, 2022)

The digital model of the U.S.S. Enterprise featured in Strange New Worlds remained primarily the same as its appearance in Star Trek: Discovery, save for a few cosmetic differences, including the placement and shape of some of the ship’s windows to match the windows featured in new interior sets built for the series.

Bridge Set (Physical)

As portrayed in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - “Strange New Worlds” (TV, 2022)

The bridge of the U.S.S. Enterprise was slightly modified from its reintroduction in Star Trek: Discovery for its appearance in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds by the series production designer Jonathan Lee. In contrast to its previous appearance in Discovery, the bridge was lit with a warm lighting scheme for its Strange New Worlds appearance, among other cosmetic modifications.

Pike’s Quarters Set (Physical)

As portrayed in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - “Children of the Comet” (TV, 2022)

The set of Pike's quarters in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds was a blend of retro and modern design. The production designer, Jonathan Lee, wanted to pay homage to the original Star Trek series, but also update it for the 2020s. He used custom-made furniture and 1960s brutalist art to create a cozy and stylish space for the captain. The set reflected Pike's personality and his role as leader of the U.S.S. Enterprise crew.

Spock’s Quarters Set (Physical)

As portrayed in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - “Spock Amok” (TV, 2022)

While the crew quarters in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds maintain a consistent architectural framework, each room was uniquely tailored to mirror the character and narrative arc of its occupant. For instance, Spock’s quarters incorporated several design elements reminiscent of the original Star Trek series, most notably the central dividing wall. Despite the familiarity of Spock’s quarters from previous series, the Strange New Worlds rendition represented a modern refit, reflecting advancements in technology and increased production budgets characteristic of the 2020s. This approach ensured both continuity and innovation in set design.

Transporter Room Set (Physical)

As portrayed in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - “Strange New Worlds” (TV, 2022)

The transporter room was a blend of iconic elements and modern updates. Production designer Jonathan Lee was responsible for the design. He added a corridor around the back of the transporter room to allow for easier camera movement. The design was similar to the original Star Trek series, with Lee ensuring that his favorite elements made the cut. The transporter room, like other parts of the ship, reflected a balance between mid-century aesthetics and contemporary science fiction futurism.

Training Quarters Set (Physical)

As portrayed in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - “Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow” (TV, 2023)

The training quarters was a simple redress of the set used for the various crew quarters seen throughout the U.S.S. Enterprise in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.

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"Is There in Truth No Beauty?"
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"Beyond the Farthest Star"
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Star Trek: Planet of the Titans
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Star Trek: The Motion Picture
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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
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Star Trek Generations
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Star Trek: The Next Generation
"Yesterday's Enterprise"
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"Encounter at Farpoint"
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"All Good Things..."
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Star Trek: Insurrection
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Star Trek: Nemesis
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Star Trek: Picard
"Vox"
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Star Trek: Picard
"The Last Generation"
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"Azati Prime"
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Star Trek: Discovery
"Stormy Weather"
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Star Trek (2009)
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Star Trek Into Darkness
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"Mirror, Mirror"
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Star Trek: Discovery
"Context is for Kings"
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Star Trek: The Next Generation
"Cause and Effect"
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U.S.S. Reliant NCC-1864 (destroyed)
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
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U.S.S. Grissom NCC-638 (destroyed)
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
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U.S.S. Saratoga NCC-1887
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
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U.S.S. Excelsior NCC-2000
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
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Deep Space 9
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
"Emissary”
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
"The Search, Part 1”
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Star Trek: Voyager
"Caretaker"
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Star Trek: Lower Decks
"Second Contact”
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Star Trek: Prodigy
"Lost and Found”