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Classic Star Trek Ships Theme 1
Eleven Ships named Enterprise.
Original Compositions by Tom Heald
Plus three bonus Enterprise ships from the official Star Trek web site.

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The Space Shuttle Enterprise approaching the ISS. 
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The Space Shuttle Enterprise nearing the ISS. The Shuttle shown is Atlantis, OV-104. Both picture from NASA. The Shuttle Enterprise, OV-101 was the prototype dropped from a 747 to test its approach and landing capabilities. It is on display at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York harbor.

Note:  In Star Trek: The Motion Picture, a sketch of an early Enterprise Ring Ship is shown.  It looks like it may have been influenced by Vulcan design.
Enterprise NX-01 passing by Saturn. 
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Enterprise NX-01 passing by Saturn. (Saturn is an Infrared Photo)  Ship by Hallmark.

Note:  In Enterprise Season 3, Ep. 18 "Acati Prime" there is a picture of a future Enterprise J implying 5 other Enterprises.  In Season 4, Ep. 18 "In a Mirror, Darkly" the I.S.S. Enterprise version of the NX-01 is shown.
The Enterprise emerges from the Carina nebula. 
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The Enterprise emerges from the Carina nebula. Ship by Hallmark.

The ATL Enterprise rises above Saturn's moon Titan to ambush the Romulan ship Narada.

The ATL (Alternative Time Line) Enterprise rises above Saturn's moon Titan to ambush the Romulan ship Narada. Ship by Playmates.

I.S.S. Enterprise in an alternate universe. 
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An ion storm causes a transporter malfunction that switches Kirk, McCoy, Scotty and Uhura with their counterparts on the "I.S.S. Enterprise" in a savage alternate universe in "Mirror, Mirror". The background is the Bubble nebula, NGC7635.  Enterprise by Polar Lights.

Enterprise escapes from Federation Space Dock pursued by the Excelsior. 
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The battle scarred Enterprise escapes from Federation Space Dock pursued by the Excelsior in "The Search for Spock".  This is the retrofitted Enterprise NCC-1701 as seen in the first 3 movies.  Models by Micro Machines.

Enterprise A near the Eskimo nebula. 
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Enterprise A near the Eskimo nebula, also referred to as God's Eye.  Ship by Micro Machines.

Enterprise B encounters the Nexus. 
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Enterprise B encounters the Nexus in "Generations".  The Nexus is a picture of the Solar-Wind (Northern-Lights) taken in Alaska. The background is the supernova remnant Cassiopeia A.  Ship by Micro Machines.

Enterprise C emerges from a subspace rift. 
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Enterprise C emerges from a subspace rift 22 years in its future to join forces with the D in "Yesterday's Enterprise".  Enterprise C by Micro Machines, D by Hallmark.

Enterprise C returns through the subspace rift.  
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As the Enterprise C returns through the subspace rift, the D defends it from three Klingon K'Vort battle cruisers.  Enterprise C by Micro Machines, D and battle cruisers by Hallmark with modifications.

Enterprise C defends the Klingon outpost on Narendra III. 
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Back in its time, Enterprise C defends the Klingon outpost on Narendra III from four Romulan Warbirds.  The planet is the result of a radar survey of cloud-shrouded Venus with the colors depicting different elevations.  Enterprise C by Micro Machines, Warbirds by Hallmark.

Enterprise E exits the Brierpatch. 
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Riker takes the Enterprise E out of the Brierpatch to contact Star Fleet in "Insurrection".  The background is the Orion nebula and a cloud of hydrogen gas.  Enterprise E by Hallmark.

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