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Constitution Class (Kelvin Time Line)

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This article covers the Constitution Class as seen in the Kelvin time line for the prime time line Constitution Class is here: Prime time line Constitution Class

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Constitution-class
Class Information
Role:

Heavy Cruiser / Explorer

Status:

Retired

Date Entered Service:

2240

Ships in Service:

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Basic Stats
Decks:

30

Cruising Speed:

Warp 6

Total Complement:

500

Tactical Systems
Energy Weapons:

6 Dual emitter phaser banks

Torpedo Launchers:

2

Shields:

Deflector Shields

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Class Information

USS Enterprise near Saturn

In 2234 construction of the USS Constitution was started in the San Francisco Ship yards and was completed in 2239. After a six month shakedown cruise the USS Constitution was commissioned in a short ceremony while in orbit of Luna in 2340. Later that year construction was begun on several other Constitution Class ships at several ship yards across the Sol System including the planet side facility in Riverside Iowa.

The Constitution class had a saucer shaped primary hull with a cylindrical engineering hull. The impulse engines were housed at the aft end of the saucer section just above the neck that connected the primary and engineering hulls. The warp nacelles were supported by nacelle pylons that connected the nacelles to the engineering hull. A large shuttle bay that housed ten shuttles was located at the aft end of the engineering hull.

There were a wide range of science and medical research labs housed with in the primary hull. These research labs and the extensive suite of sensor systems built into a Constitutions Class ships allowed them to undertake missions of research and exploration. Constitution Class ships were also capable of handling situations of a more tactical nature. There were six dual emitter phaser banks mounted to the primary hull with three mounted to the dorsal surface and three mounted to the ventral surface of the primary hull. There were also two torpedo launchers mounted in the ships neck that covered the forward firing arc. Ships of this class were protected from enemy weapons or the various hazards of deep space.

Ships of the Constitution Class were best suited for exploration near and past the borders of Federation Space. This class of ships were operated as deep space explorers for a total of fifty years before being reassigned to patrol duties within Federation Space were they operated for another twenty years before Starfleet Command made the decision to decommission the class with the last Constitution Class ship was decommissioned in 2415.

Specifications
Basic Information
  • Role: Heavy Cruiser / Explorer
  • Dimensions: 366 meters (L) x 172 meters (W) x 86 meters (H)
  • Decks: 30
  • Expected Duration: 30
  • Time Between Resupply: 2
  • Expected Refit Cycle: 5
Crew Complement
  • Total Crew: 500
    • 160 Officers
    • 340 Enlisted


  • Emergency Capacity: 1,110
Propulsion
  • Thrusters: RCS Thruster Packs
  • Sublight Speed: 1/2 the speed of light
  • Warp Speed
    • Cruising Speed: Warp 6
    • Maximum Warp: Warp 8
    • Emergency Warp: Warp 9.5 (for 12)
  • Slipstream Capable?:
Offensive Systems

ENERGY WEAPONS 6 Dual emitter phaser banks

  • 3 Dual emitter phaser banks mounted dorsally to the saucer section
  • 3 Dual emitter phaser banks mounted ventrally to the saucer section

TORPEDO LAUNCHERS 2 forward facing torpedo tubes PAYLOAD 800

Defensive Systems
  • Shields: Deflector Shields
Primary Systems
  • Computer Systems:

Duotronic Computer Systems

  • Transporters:
  • 6 six-man transporters
  • 4 Cargo transporters
    • Transporter Range: 45,000 meters
  • Sensor Range: 15 light years
  • Communications Range: 15 light years
Auxiliary Craft

SHUTTLEBAYS: 1

SUPPORT CRAFT:

  • Shuttles: 10


Other Notes



Deck Listing

Deck Details/Specifications of Deck
Deck 1
  • Upper sensor dome systems monitoring
Deck 2
  • Bridge
  • Officers lounge
Deck 3
  • Senior officers quarters
Deck 4
  • Officers quarters
  • Officers mess
Deck 5
  • Phaser banks 1 through 3
  • Phaser monitoring rooms 1 through 3
  • Officers quarters
Deck 6
  • VIP quarters
  • VIP lounge
  • Transporter rooms 1 through 3
Deck 7
  • Impulse engine bay upper level
  • Upper RCS thrusters
  • Senior Enlisted quarters
  • Transporter machinery rooms 1 through 3
Deck 8
  • Impulse engine bay mid-level 1
  • Impulse systems monitoring room
  • Sick bay
  • Chief Medical Officer’s office
  • Medical labs
  • Gym
  • Enlisted quarters
Deck 9
  • Impulse engine bay mid-level 2
  • Impulse engine deuterium storage tanks upper level
  • Recreation Deck
  • Enlisted quarters
Deck 10
  • Impulse engine bay lower level
  • Impulse engine deuterium storage tanks lower level
  • Lower RCS thrusters
  • Crew lounge
  • Enlisted quarters
Deck 11
  • Phaser banks 4 through 6
  • Phaser monitoring rooms 4 through 6
  • Enlisted quarters
Deck 12
  • Saucers section life support systems
  • Saucer section waste management systems
Deck 13
  • Guest quarters
  • Enlisted quarters
  • Transporter rooms 4 through 6
Deck 14
  • Chief Science Officer’s office
  • Science labs
  • Transporter machinery rooms 4 through 6
Deck 15
  • Guest quarters
  • Enlisted quarters
Deck 16
  • Lower sensor dome systems
  • Docking ports 1 (port) and 2 (starboard)
Deck 17
  • Chief Security Officer’s Office
  • Brig
  • Armory
  • Security ward room
Deck 18
  • Enlisted quarters
Deck 19
  • Torpedo launchers 1 (port) and 2 (starboard)
  • Upper torpedo storage
Deck 20
  • Lower torpedo storage
  • Guest quarters
  • Main deuterium storage tanks upper level
Deck 21
  • Shuttle bay upper level
  • Long range communications systems
  • Main deuterium storage tanks lower level
Deck 22
  • Shuttle bay mid-level 1
  • Shuttle storage level 1
  • Main engineering upper level
Deck 23
  • Shuttle bay mid-level 2
  • Shuttle storage level 2
  • Main engineering lower level
  • Chief engineer’s office
  • Deflector generator upper level
Deck 24
  • Shuttle bay lower level
  • Shuttle storage level 3
  • Shuttle maintenance
  • Engineering support labs
  • Deflector generator mid-level
Deck 25
  • Docking ports 3 (port) and 4 (starboard)
  • Shuttle maintenance
  • Deflector generator lower level
Deck 26
  • Engineering section life support systems
  • Engineering section waste management systems
  • Fabrication facilities
Deck 27
  • Cargo bays 1 through 8
  • Cargo transporters 1 and 2
Deck 28
  • Cargo bays 7 though 16
  • Cargo transporter rooms 1 and 2
Deck 29
  • Fabrication facilities
Deck 30
  • Antimatter storage tanks
  • Antimatter tank ejection systems

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