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What are your favorite top three space / star ships of all time?


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BV210 wrote:

Millennium Falcon

Star Destroyer
Space Shuttle (I always wished NASA had put a moon lander in the cargo bay, had the pilot point the nose of the shuttle toward the moon and fly it like a friggen spaceship . . . )

Amen! Though I'm not sure if the shuttle had enough fuel to get out to the point where a lander could take over (beyond orbit? definitely beyond the gravity well of Terra), but then again, if the shuttle were just used as a launch device, and didn't use the fuel spending 2 weeks up in orbit ... hmm ...

LB

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SmiloDan wrote:
I just finished Season 1 of Dark Matter, and I'm really digging the Raza.

Yeah, that's a muscular looking ship.

Lucy, from Killjoys, is also cool.


Moya
Normandy SR-2
Defiant (aka the "USS Ben Sisko's Motherf&+&in' Pimphand")

The first because very few ships have in a very literal sense as much personality as Moya. The organic bits and Pilot make for a very cool aesthetic, and unique problems to solve (and problems averted at the same time). And Starburst looks AWESOME. And John Crichton is usually in her immediate vicinity, which makes anything 50% cooler.

The Normandy has a sleek design, enough firepower to shame a ship 3x its size, and stealth capability, It's just a badass ship.

The Defiant is a favorite for a combination of the first two. It's a simple but cool design, with stealth and firepower, and being in Sisko's presence also makes IT 50% cooler.

Set wrote:
SmiloDan wrote:
I just finished Season 1 of Dark Matter, and I'm really digging the Raza.

Yeah, that's a muscular looking ship.

Lucy, from Killjoys, is also cool.

I thought about saying Lucy, but the only thing I particularly like about the ship is the AI (which is great). Call it an honorable mention.


Hitdice wrote:
Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
Set wrote:

I should clarify that while I want an Enterprise with all the toys, I would lock the doors to the holodeck, since that thing flips out and tries to kill anyone who uses it at least once a season...

With a Holodeck, why subject yourselves to the dangers of space travel in the first place?
It's safer, that's why! :P

Which was safer, space travel or the wonky, homicidal holodeck? ;->

LB


Imbicatus wrote:
Mega Maid / Spaceball 1

Big enough to have a shopping mall, circus, and orchestra! :D

LB


Nermal2097 wrote:

The Rock. The mobile fortress monastary of the Dark Angels chapter of Space Marines, carved from the last fragment of a destroyed homeworld.

Fireball XL-5. Because I want to be a spaceman, the fastest man alive.

Thunderbird 3. Coolest rocket ship ever.

Hadn't heard of the other two, but my hubby ADORES the original Thunderbirds show, and he would definitely agree with you there. :)

LB


Professor Farnsworth, Scientist wrote:

Three very small Earthlings have successfully arrived in Jupiter orbit.

New Google Doodle commemorating Juno orbital insertion

Waahhh...the only Google doodle I'm getting is for the stupid fruit war thing, or whatever it is. :(

LB


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Lady Bluehawk wrote:
BV210 wrote:

Millennium Falcon

Star Destroyer
Space Shuttle (I always wished NASA had put a moon lander in the cargo bay, had the pilot point the nose of the shuttle toward the moon and fly it like a friggen spaceship . . . )

Amen! Though I'm not sure if the shuttle had enough fuel to get out to the point where a lander could take over (beyond orbit? definitely beyond the gravity well of Terra), but then again, if the shuttle were just used as a launch device, and didn't use the fuel spending 2 weeks up in orbit ... hmm ...

LB

The space shuttle carried none of the fuel that was used in the main engines...that was all from the external tank. The onboard fuel was used for the Orbital Attitude Maneuvering System, the two small rocket pods on top of the main engines. It was capable of limited orbital adjustment. But nothing on the order of boosting 20 tons to lunar orbit.


Lady Bluehawk wrote:
Aventhar wrote:
LMPjr007 wrote:
Mine: The Defiant, the White Star and Borg Cube

The Millennium Falcon, The Tardis, Apollo 11

Runner-up - Romulan Warbird

Absolutely yes! I would pick the Klingon Warbird from the original Star Trek movies (Search for Spock, Voyage Home) over the Romulan, but that's just me...and I think I'd replace the 'Falcon (sorry, Han!) with the original Enterprise from the original Star Trek series. :)

So, my list:
Apollo 11 (the Saturn V rocket was the actual vehicle type; 11 was the mission number)
The Tardis
Enterprise NCC-1701, original series (physical model, not CGI)

runner-up: Klingon Warbird, original Star Trek movies

LB

Why these ships? The Saturn Vs in general were our first small step/ giant leap in RL (and huge! saw one being assembled in the Plant when I was a kid). The original Enterprise, not so much for practicality (and NO, IT CAN'T GO INTO AN ATMOSPHERE, NOR LAND! AND IT'S STUPID TO LAUNCH FROM THE GROUND [it's not from the freakin' 20th-21st centuries!]! get it right!), but nostalgia. ;->

The B'rel class Klingon Warbird just looks immensely cool, can land, has decent weaponry and enough power to time travel, can carry a crew of probably up to 10, and, if you don't need the cargo area for anything else, a pair of humpback whales (which get to 45-50+' long, for the females) and all the water they need to go with it. ;)

Maybe I should've put the Warbird before the Tardis for practicality and possible potential development in RL, but talk about a ship with personality... :D

LB


Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
Lady Bluehawk wrote:
BV210 wrote:

Millennium Falcon

Star Destroyer
Space Shuttle (I always wished NASA had put a moon lander in the cargo bay, had the pilot point the nose of the shuttle toward the moon and fly it like a friggen spaceship . . . )

Amen! Though I'm not sure if the shuttle had enough fuel to get out to the point where a lander could take over (beyond orbit? definitely beyond the gravity well of Terra), but then again, if the shuttle were just used as a launch device, and didn't use the fuel spending 2 weeks up in orbit ... hmm ...

LB

The space shuttle carried none of the fuel that was used in the main engines...that was all from the external tank. The onboard fuel was used for the Orbital Attitude Maneuvering System, the two small rocket pods on top of the main engines. It was capable of limited orbital adjustment. But nothing on the order of boosting 20 tons to lunar orbit.

Well, yeah, you're right about the shuttle fuel, and no, the shuttle couldn't've done that. But at what point did the Saturn V Stage 2 get the Stage 3 up and away? It's been so long... :-/

LB

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Serenity, the Sulaco and the SDF-1...


Lady Bluehawk wrote:
Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
Lady Bluehawk wrote:
BV210 wrote:

Millennium Falcon

Star Destroyer
Space Shuttle (I always wished NASA had put a moon lander in the cargo bay, had the pilot point the nose of the shuttle toward the moon and fly it like a friggen spaceship . . . )

Amen! Though I'm not sure if the shuttle had enough fuel to get out to the point where a lander could take over (beyond orbit? definitely beyond the gravity well of Terra), but then again, if the shuttle were just used as a launch device, and didn't use the fuel spending 2 weeks up in orbit ... hmm ...

LB

The space shuttle carried none of the fuel that was used in the main engines...that was all from the external tank. The onboard fuel was used for the Orbital Attitude Maneuvering System, the two small rocket pods on top of the main engines. It was capable of limited orbital adjustment. But nothing on the order of boosting 20 tons to lunar orbit.

Well, yeah, you're right about the shuttle fuel, and no, the shuttle couldn't've done that. But at what point did the Saturn V Stage 2 get the Stage 3 up and away? It's been so long... :-/

LB

Stage 2 separates just before orbital velocity is acheived. (the most often seen videos are the separation of the Interstage Ring between the first and second stages, and the interior view from Stage 2 of Stage 3 separation.) Stage 3 uses part of it's fuel to establish a parking orbit, and most of the rest, to boost the Apollo spacecraft to the Moon. Stages 1 and 2 would both fall back to Earth for ocean impact. After the LM is ejected, the remaining fuel is pumped out through the engines (without ignition) just enough to endure that the SIVB stage is diverted from the Apollo's trajectory. Starting with the Apollo 13 flights, the SIVBs were purposely directed to impact the Moon to provide data that would be useful for the seismometers that were left by the Apollo 12 (and then later crews). The LM ascent stages starting with 12 would also be impacted on the Moon for the same reason.

The SIVB stage for Apollo 12 has a unique history as this excerpt from the Wikipedia entry for Object J0023 discovered in 2002 shows.

Full text of the article is here

NASA had originally planned to direct the S-IVB into a solar orbit, but an extra long burn of the ullage motors meant that venting the remaining propellant in the tank of the S-IVB did not give the rocket stage enough energy to escape the Earth–Moon system, and instead the stage ended up in a semi-stable orbit around the Earth after passing by the Moon on November 18, 1969.

It is thought that J002E3 left Earth orbit in June 2003, and that it may return to orbit the Earth in the mid-2040s.


The Defiant.
Lexx.
Moya.
The Prometheus.
The Daedalus
Atlantis


The Ragnarok from FFVIII
TIE Defender
The Brakiri heavy cruiser from B5

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Sissyl wrote:
The Brakiri heavy cruiser from B5

Ooh, interesting choice!

I liked the Brakiri dreadnought.

Babylon 5 had some amazing ships. I loved the Narn and Centauri cruisers, but there were tons of beautiful designs, particularly the organic/aquatic looking Vorlon, Shadow and Minbari ships.


My new favorite starship is mega beedrill.

Grand Lodge

The USS Enterprise - refit
Serenity
Millennium Falcon

There seems to be an awful lot of love for Enterprise-D but I always thought it was the second ugliest Enterprise, only surpassed by the Excelsior class.


Top three, huh?

Sublight:
The Valley Forge (from Silent Running)
The Discovery One (from 2001: A Space Odyssey)
The Leonov (from 2010: The Year We Make Contact)

Translight (or whatever):
The Enterprise 1701-A (from Star Trek, The Wrath of Khan)
The Battlestar Galactica (from the new series)
The Excecutor (from Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back)

The Li'l(er) Guys:
The Millennium Falcon (from Star Wars)
Starfuries (from Babylon 5)
The Eagle (from Space:1999)


ISI C-93GX
Did anyone not love the Pyro? That fragile, underarmed, dungeon-crawling, versatile little bastard of a mining ship? You can't tell me you didn't shed a tear at the beginning of the third game...

R-90 Ragnarok
Well much of the R-Series, really (The AD3 and R-100 are rather stylish), but I have a soft-spot for the Hyperdrive Wave. No self-respecting single-pilot starfighter should be so weak as to be incapable of glassing a continent with its main guns. I mean seriously. What kind of ************** runs around with antimatter or singularity drives and can't at least run a massive particle beam through its FTL system so local spacetime bends over and begs it to please at least use lube this time?

GTF Pegasus
It's an absolute joy to fly, and a much more combat-capable craft than fans of Erinyes would sometimes think. Put a Prometheus on there and fill what tiny space it has with Trebuchets for a lovely surprise... just keep the rearming vessel near ya!

Special mention also to the Cygnus Spaceworks "Missile Boat" for its high speed, heavy shielding and cavernous secondary bays. The sleek looking Dos-Era version not whatever the hell they did to it in X-Wing Alliance.


Capital Ships:

  • Andromeda Ascendant
  • SDF-1 Macross
  • Battlestar Galactica

Freighters/Transports:

  • Serenity
  • Ebon Hawk
  • Millenium Falcon

Fighters:

  • Valkyrie/Veritech fighters
  • A-Wing fighter
  • Colonial Viper

Your Friendly Neighborhood Dalesman
"Bringing Big D**n Justice to the Bad Guys Since 1369 DR"

Liberty's Edge

The Defiant (Star Trek Deep Space Nine)
The Millenium Falcon (Star Wars)
The Enterprise NX (Star Trek Enterprise)
The Akira class (Star Trek)
The Enterprise (Star Trek)

Probably in that order ...


What, not a fan of the Type-11 Shuttlecraft?
Looked rather sleek I thought!


I was rather fond of 2001's Discovery, but I've recently read that the ship would not work because the centrifuge section of the ship is too narrow a radius for it's purpose. Someone spending any amount of time would find themselves quickly overcome by Corolis forces because of the difference in rotation velocity between their head and their feet.

2010's Leonov is not much of an improvement in this area.

Spinning to produce artificial gravity only works on something as large as a Colier space station.


mmurphy1968 wrote:

The USS Enterprise - refit

Serenity
Millennium Falcon

There seems to be an awful lot of love for Enterprise-D but I always thought it was the second ugliest Enterprise, only surpassed by the Excelsior class.

Really?

I'll admit D is my favorite Enterprise. It just looks more sleek and futuristic then the earlier ones. Kirk's ships always looked goofy to me... Those warp engines looked extremely fragile and awkward. IN PART of course because of the toy models they always used... D had things a bit more rounded and streamlined... looked more like a space ship and less like a model.

Admittedly, Abrams tweaked his version of the classic design just enough that I do really like that one too now as an 'improved' original... but yeah, I've always been a 'D' guy myself. I just rewatched the 'E' movies... and I still hate the look of that ship.

Grand Lodge

the X-Wing (Star Wars) is my favorite single pilot ship
The Defiant (Star Trek) is my favorite battle ship
The Galactica (Battlestar Galactica) is my favorite Capital Ship


New set of favorites.

1. New York City, New York
2. The Spelljammer
3. Earth Ship Ark.


There are a lot of good ship classes and references to many Science Fictions IPs, when I have time, I would like to organize the ships here into some kind of reference for a future blog or post.

I learned about a lot of ships I have never heard of, special thanks to everyone who included a link in their posts. :)


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Space stations:
The Citadel (Mass Effect trilogy)
The Death Star (Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and Rogue One)
Babylon 5 (Babylon 5)

Honorable mention: Deep Space 9 / Terok Nor (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

Capital ships, bulk freighters, etc:
The USCSS Nostromo (Alien)
Executor-class Star Dreadnought (Star Wars episodes V and VI)
The USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Generations)

Honorable mention: Turian dreadnought (Mass Effect trilogy)

Frigates, corvettes, light freighters, etc:
The Millennium Falcon (Star Wars episodes IV-VIII)
The SSV Normandy SR-2 (Mass Effect 2 & 3)
Serenity (Firefly and Serenity)

Honorable mention: The Ebon Hawk (Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic series)

Fighters:
Incom T-65 and T-70 X-wing starfighter (Star Wars episodes IV-VIII, Rogue One)
X-302 hyperspace fighter (Stargate SG-1)
SA-23E Mitchell-Hyundyne Starfury (Babylon 5)

Honorable mention: Koensayr BTL-A4 Y-wing assault starfighter/bomber (Star Wars episodes IV-VI, Rogue One, Rebels, and The Clone Wars)


Battlestar Galactica, Bebop (Cowboy Bebop), Planet Express (Futurama).


fighters:
t-65 amd t-70Xwing( star wars)
buck rogers fighter( Buck Rogers)
Viper ( battlestar galactiga)

small ships:
Millennium Falcon (star wars)
Normandy sr2 ( mass effect)
corrilian corvette ( Tantive 4) (star wars)

medium ships.
USS Excelsior ( star trek)
USS Enterprise B (star TRek)
USS Enterprise A ( Star TRek)
note: yes these would be medium ships, even more if you look at what has come afterwards,

large ships.
USS Enterprise E( Star TRek)
Galactiga ( BAttlestar Galactiga)
the Klingon ship from tos ( Star Trek)

CApital ships
Executor superstar destroyer ( Star wars)
Home 1 mon camilary ship( Star Wars)
Vindicator Class star destroyer( star wars)

Honorable mentions:
Slave 1 ( star wars)
USS Enterprise F ( Star Trek Online)
USS DEfiant ( star trek)
Ghost or was it phantom( star wars rebels)
A-wing, B wing, y -wing( star wars)
Jedi starfighter and interceptor( Star wars)
Victory class Star Destroyer( Star Wars)
Outlaw Star( Outlaw Star)
Klingon Bird of prey( star trek)


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UPF Stiletto Class Assault Scout
Sathar Chimera Class Heavy Frigate
Explorer Ship
Exploration Surveyor ship and lander


Top 3 for me? Hm...

* Imperial Space Shuttle (Star Wars Episode VI) - I just think that folding wings are awesome.

* Eagle 5 (Spaceballs) - Because flying around in a space RV is just ridiculous enough to work.

* Samus Aran's Gunship (Metroid Prime III) - The game showed cool ways in which your spaceship can help out with ground missions. That and it looks cool.


The Outlaw Star
Red Tail (Cowboy Bebop)
Slave-1 (Star Wars)

Honorable Mentions:
Ryo-ohki (Tenchi Muyo)
Samus's Gunship (Metroid)
Macross


Shocked, I am shocked, Not a single CULTURE ship, in any list to date.
Wow, talk about missing the best.

OP only asked for three, so I am only going to post three.

1:IMAGE
Name: TARDIS
Source:(Doctor Who) - (books, TV show, Film)
Notes: Time and Relieve Dimensions in Space [The thing can go anywhere/Any-when, its a living craft, is worth more than the sum of all money, can self reaper, is bigger by a LOT on the inside, can if it was fixed, take a human form. Ye I bet you did not know that one, has Chrono-sence Can see time, Has the eye of harmony A time vortex at it center, powered by a forming black hole. Can go to other dimensions. I kid you not of all fictional space craft it is the BIG DADDY of them all.

2:IMAGE
Name: The Heart of Gold
Source: (Hitchhiker's Guide to the galaxy) - (Books, TV, Film)
Notes: Just the mad idea of this ship is fun. The infinite improbability drive is a wonderful new method of crossing interstellar distances in a mere nothingth of a second, without all that tedious mucking about in hyperspace. Well done Douglas Adams The ship also has nice doors, just don't try the drinks dispensers.

3:IMAGE
Name: GOU - Mistake Not.. My Current State Of Joshing Gentle Peevishness For The Awesome And Terrible Majesty Of The Towering Seas Of Ire That Are Themselves The Mere Milquetoast Shallows Fringing My Vast Oceans Of Wrath.
Source: (The CULTURE) - (Books, audio plays)
Notes: CULTURE ship as, well Wank-tech, they have off the chart-powerful, They can blow up stars from 100s of light years away, while hiding in hyperspace. Uses Shields to finely dice things into dust, drop things in and out of hyperspace, for fun. They all get backed up so even killing the body means the ship comes back. They can "Effetersie" other tech, so take over any ship with a computer system. This single ship could take on ALL of the craft in Star-wars and BBG and win, Star-Treck has a few god likes that could possible take it out, but it would be hard. What makes CULTURE ships so hard, is that fact, A Single Culture ship and reproduce the CULTURE, they don't do planets. Why bother, when you have cracked living in space. But that is not what really makes them so off the chart nuts. ITs the MINDS, the past AI smarty Pants minds that sit at the center of every culture, ship. They are so smart they model hole realitys within themselves for fun. They THINK so fast that they fight space battles in Plank-seconds. BY that time any organic controlled ship knows there is a problem the battle is over. NOTE that culture ship kill for fun, they tend to wait, and manipulate, A special circumstances ship like the Mistake Not... is more then happy to work hidden in hyperspace to change what ever other culture it comes across.

One of the best thing about culture ships when reading the books in their names. CULTURE ships have the best names of ANY space craft.
List of CULTURE ships
GCU - Poke It With A Stick
GCU - It's My Party And I'll Sing If I Want To
GSV - No More Mr Nice Guy
GCU - Just Read The Instructions
GCU - Funny, It Worked Last Time...

To name but a few, very hard to watch a TV shown, when Packard says
"Unknown ship, Identify yourself."

And a big blue teddy bear comes on screen, holding a drink and with a smile says,

"Hi, nice to meet you, I'm the General Contact Unit, Lightly Seared On The Reality Grill look we'er having a party, want to come over. O and bring your ships AI, I just uplifted it to full consciousness and it really wants to come."

Got to love the culture. :)


The X-wing (Star Wars): a classic. In the EU, it's shown that they have multi-directional particle and ray shielding, hyperdrives that can take them across a decent fraction of the galaxy in mere hours, projectile weapons that detonate with the force of small nuclear weapons, and can spin on a dime with competent pilots that can manipulate their engines and thrusters correctly. Oh yeah, and four cannons in the cool combat formation thingie. Plus, you can have you astromech droid along for the ride! That, or stuff a spare one in the cargo hold they all come with. Also, ejector seats in case things go south. Gotta love the X-wing.

The Shadow Battlecruiser (Babylon 5): a living ship that, despite not having your sci-fi standard shields, is among the most ridiculously resilient things in that entire series. The bio-technology used to created them means they self-repair, never run out of energy, and absorb the vast majority of all energy weapon discharges that hit them. They use living humanoids permanently trapped at their core as a CPU (scary ass fate), make a scream in your mind as they pass by, and look like Death itself mutated into a giant space spider that's black as the deepest night. They can drop in and out of hyperspace at a moments notice without creating the standard jump gate most species need AND have the ability to collapse such gates, destroying any ships momentarily caught in them. It's primary armament is a beam weapon whose power output is strong enough to cut straight through and destroy virtually any other ship in the show and they never miss unless they intend to. Last but not least, each one can launch dozens of autonomous fighters of its own to swarm the enemy and keep their fighters busy. They are utterly terrifying opponents in a fleet combat and worth every drop of the terror they inspire.

And my personal favorite...

Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann (Gurren Lagann): a ship that is also mech with is actually several mechs each inside each other that is fueld by sheer willpower strong enough to warp reality on an utterly insane level. Simon and team Dai Gurren used it to go into an artificial parallel universe and fight the god-like beings known as the Anti-Spirals, whose stated goal is the subjugation and/or annihilation of all other sentient beings in the universe. When fully powered up, TTGL is the size of an entire galaxy and can use attacks powerful enough to shatter worlds and stars by the hundreds in a heartbeat. It also has the best damned battle cry ever, "Who the hell do you think we are!?" One of the most ridiculous and badass ships in existence from one of my top 3 favorite anime.

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GM_Panic wrote:


1:IMAGE
Name: TARDIS
Source:(Doctor Who) - (books, TV show, Film)
Notes: Time and Relieve Dimensions in Space [The thing can go anywhere/Any-when, its a living craft, is worth more than the sum of all money, can self reaper, is bigger by a LOT on the inside, can if it was fixed, take a human form. Ye I bet you did not know that one, has Chrono-sence Can see time, Has the eye of harmony A time vortex at it center, powered by a forming black hole. Can go to other dimensions. I kid you not of all fictional space craft it is the BIG DADDY of them all.

How many T.A.R.D.I.S.es can you fit on the inside of a T.A.R.D.I.S.?


Putting a tadis inside another tardis causes dimensional recursion (see Logopolis).


The Outlaw Star.

The Andromeda Ascendant.

The Enterprise-E.


Fardragon wrote:
Putting a tadis inside another tardis causes dimensional recursion (see Logopolis).

What happens when you put the Tardis inside itself?

Also, has the Magic School Bus been mentioned?


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Tectorman wrote:
Fardragon wrote:
Putting a tadis inside another tardis causes dimensional recursion (see Logopolis).
What happens when you put the Tardis inside itself?

We finally get a new Doctor.


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Tectorman wrote:
Fardragon wrote:
Putting a tadis inside another tardis causes dimensional recursion (see Logopolis).
What happens when you put the Tardis inside itself?

See this video and its sequel.

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I'm catching up on Season 2 of Dark Matter and I just found out the Raza is a VTOL capable of atmospheric flight. So it just got added to my list. :-)


Tectorman wrote:
Fardragon wrote:
Putting a tadis inside another tardis causes dimensional recursion (see Logopolis).
What happens when you put the Tardis inside itself?

Same thing that happens when you put a portable hole into a bag of holding and vice versa.

Do not put engineered extra dimensional spaces into each other. :-)


Gilfalas wrote:
Tectorman wrote:
Fardragon wrote:
Putting a tadis inside another tardis causes dimensional recursion (see Logopolis).
What happens when you put the Tardis inside itself?

Same thing that happens when you put a portable hole into a bag of holding and vice versa.

Do not put engineered extra dimensional spaces into each other. :-)

Actually, it creates a space loop.


The Ship of Lights, original Battlestar Galactica
Ryo-Ohki, Tenchi Muyo
Yamato, Space Battlship Yamato 2199

I wanted to say The Will from The Five Star Stories, but I cant find an image online. There's also a particular warship shown quite a ways into the manga that is seen briefly and isn't named in the English version that I also can't find an image of.


3 iconic ships from my childhood:

Eagle Transporter from Space 1999

X-Bomber from Star Fleet

Cylon Raider from Battlestar Galactica

(would crowbar the B-Wing in their as well as reserve)


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The X-Wing (Star Wars)
The Starfury (Babylon 5)
The Normandy SR2 (Mass Effect 2 and 3)


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So many ships....so few choices allowed.
Today I'll go for:

Millenium Falcon
The Liberator
The TARDIS

But I suspect on another day: Nostalga for Infinity, USS Enterprise, Eagle Transporter, X-Wing, Valley Forge, Amaterasu, Bebop and others that have slipped my mind would be in the list.


USS Defiant
Andromeda
Lexx


The Satellite of Love (MST3K)
The A-Wing Interceptor (Star Wars)
The Lost Light (Transformers Comics)

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