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In a parallel universe, USS Enterprise was the name given to a series of Starfleet vessels used for exploration by the United Federation of Planets during the 23rd and 24th centuries.

In the 23rd century, one of these starships, designated Constitution-class, was commanded by Captain James T. Kirk.

In 2368, Captain Jean-Luc Picard was the commanding officer of the USS Enterprise-D. (COMIC: Assimilation²)

The Enterprise was one of the many ships parked outside of the artificial planet Maruthea. Worf was later present at Bonjaxx's birthday party. (COMIC: Party Animals)

In fiction[]

The USS Enterprise was the focus of a television show enjoyed by Izzy Sinclair in her teens. Destrii also saw the Enterprise on a screen her uncle Jodafra showed her the outside world. (COMIC: Oblivion)

When Sam Jones saw the messy design of the Quetzel, she thought it was the opposite of the USS Enterprise. (PROSE: War of the Daleks)

When asked about Brian Shaw, Gwen Cooper saw Jan's defenses go up like the USS Enterprise on red alert. (PROSE: SkyPoint)

Behind the scenes[]

The Doctor also encountered the USS Enterprise in Rush Hour, a comic from The Doctor Who Fun Book, which, due to its parodical nature, is not considered a valid source by this Wiki.

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