The Starship Enterprise is Star Trek’s greatest ship and amazing new art compares the sizes of each generation of Starfleet’s flagship.
- The fan art compares the sizes of 9 Starship Enterprises from different Star Trek series and films.
- The USS Enterprise NCC-1701 from the Original Series was the first starship seen by fans.
- The fan art does not include the USS Enterprise from J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek movies, which is said to be larger than the others.
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The Starship Enterprise is Star Trek’s greatest ship, and amazing new fan art compares the sizes of the USS Enterprise throughout the generations. Star Trek: The Original Series‘ USS Enterprise NCC-1701 was the first Starship Enterprise seen by fans until Star Trek: The Next Generation introduced the USS Enterprise-D. In the decades since, prequels like Star Trek: Enterprise and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and Next Gen‘s continuations like the TNG movies and Star Trek: Picard have introduced many other starships named Enterprise, designated A to G.
Twitter/X user @JaceRidley shared his own fan art comparing the sizes of 9 Starship Enterprises, from Captain Jonathan Archer’s (Scott Bakula) NX-01 to Captain Seven of Nine’s (Jeri Ryan) USS Enterprise-G seen at the end of Star Trek: Picard season 3. Check it out below:
It’s worth noting that @JaceRidley lined up nine of the Enterprises from Star Trek’s Prime Timeline only. Not pictured is the USS Enterprise in J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek movies, which is Constitution Class but said to be larger than the Enterprises in Strange New Worlds and TOS.
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Starship Enterprise Size Comparison Explained
The 9 Starship Enterprises seen in @JaceRidley’s art are as follows: NX-01 Enterprise, USS Enterprise NCC-1701 Constitution Class, USS Enterprise NCC-1701 Constitution Class Refit (also could be Enterprise-A), USS Enterprise-B Excelsior Class, USS Enterprise-C Ambassador Class, USS Enterprise-D Galaxy Class, USS Enterprise-E Sovereign Class, USS Enterprise-F Odyssey Class, and USS Enterprise-G Neo Constitution/Constitution III Class. Although the Enterprise-D has the widest saucer section, hence it’s nickname – “The Fat One” – in Star Trek: Picard season 3, the biggest ship by a good margin is the Enterprise-F, which is seen for the first time in Picard season 3, episode 9, “Vox.”
The Starship Enterprises continually increased in size until the USS Enterprise-G, which is the cause of some fan debate. The Enterprise-G was actually the USS Titan-A, Star Trek: Picard season 3’s hero ship. The Titan was renamed Enterprise and assigned to Captain Seven of Nine to honor their heroism in saving Earth during Frontier Day in Picard season 3’s finale. While a segment of Star Trek fans would prefer the Enterprise’s lineage continue to grow bigger and more powerful, the Titan is a ship with a story and history that’s certainly worthy of inheriting the storied name Enterprise.