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Are there any more pictures of the 1701-J? The new books I got from amazon have several pictures of it in different positions. I was wondering if there are lots on the Main site? Been looking through but didn’t find it. Some assistance please.
The Enterprise-J was only ever seen on screen as a graphic display. Any artistic renderings would be from the person who designed her (Doug Drexler) or fans, posted on sites like DeviantArt.
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Varthikes wrote:
Sat Apr 11, 2020 2:12 am
00111010 01000100 wrote:
Fri Apr 10, 2020 8:54 am
Are there any more pictures of the 1701-J? The new books I got from amazon have several pictures of it in different positions. I was wondering if there are lots on the Main site? Been looking through but didn’t find it. Some assistance please.
The Enterprise-J was only ever seen on screen as a graphic display. Any artistic renderings would be from the person who designed her (Doug Drexler) or fans, posted on sites like DeviantArt.
Well, there are five fairly good CG illustrations in the Star Trek Shipyards book I got from amazon. I’m digging the info too. Says the Nacelles are Quantum Nacelles and that the ship has a temporal warp core. As far as the library, are there any images on the main sight from ENT scene?
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I imagine those are the same CG illustrations that appear in the Enterprise-J magazine from Eaglemoss, produced by Drexler for the Ships of the Line calendars.

There are no images of the Enterprise-J scene from "Azati Prime" on the DITL site, but Memory Alpha has an entry. Apparently, the Enterprise-J also shows up in the Star Trek Online game.
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Actually, we do have an Enterprise-J page. Here it is:

http://www.ditl.org/ship-page.php?ClassID=277
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Actually, we do have an Enterprise-J page. Here it is:

http://www.ditl.org/ship-page.php?ClassID=277
Awesome!! Thank you! :wave:
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Varthikes wrote:
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There are no images of the Enterprise-J scene from "Azati Prime" on the DITL site.
“Oops. My bad”.
No one ever apologizes anymore when shown they are in error about a comment. Disturbing trend over the last few decades.
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Varthikes wrote:
Sat Apr 11, 2020 6:32 am
There are no images of the Enterprise-J scene from "Azati Prime" on the DITL site.
“Oops. My bad”.
No one ever apologizes anymore when shown they are in error about a comment. Disturbing trend over the last few decades.
Sometimes it's not needed. It's not like he verbally attacked anyone, their pets, parents or their car...
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00111010 01000100 wrote:
Sat Jun 06, 2020 2:48 pm
Varthikes wrote:
Sat Apr 11, 2020 6:32 am
There are no images of the Enterprise-J scene from "Azati Prime" on the DITL site.
“Oops. My bad”.
No one ever apologizes anymore when shown they are in error about a comment. Disturbing trend over the last few decades.
I'm sorry about my error, which came about because I had assumed such images would be included in the "Azati Prime" review. And, which I didn't see at the time.

But, while we're on it, what do you say about a person poking at another person's error nearly 2 months after the fact?
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Varthikes wrote:
Sat Jun 06, 2020 8:26 pm
00111010 01000100 wrote:
Sat Jun 06, 2020 2:48 pm
Varthikes wrote:
Sat Apr 11, 2020 6:32 am
There are no images of the Enterprise-J scene from "Azati Prime" on the DITL site.
“Oops. My bad”.
No one ever apologizes anymore when shown they are in error about a comment. Disturbing trend over the last few decades.
I'm sorry about my error, which came about because I had assumed such images would be included in the "Azati Prime" review. And, which I didn't see at the time.

But, while we're on it, what do you say about a person poking at another person's error nearly 2 months after the fact?
Apologies and my bad.
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McAvoy wrote:
Sat Jun 06, 2020 6:34 pm
00111010 01000100 wrote:
Sat Jun 06, 2020 2:48 pm
Varthikes wrote:
Sat Apr 11, 2020 6:32 am
There are no images of the Enterprise-J scene from "Azati Prime" on the DITL site.
“Oops. My bad”.
No one ever apologizes anymore when shown they are in error about a comment. Disturbing trend over the last few decades.
Sometimes it's not needed. It's not like he verbally attacked anyone, their pets, parents or their car...
I only meant that it seems in present day society, that no one apologizes for anything anymore. When something is stated as a matter of fact, then proven wrong in the next post, there is clearly an passing of wrong/bad/misleading information. It was politely clarified by the now deceased graham, I thanked him for his information and appreciated it. Lately, I’ve been going back through all the interactions I had with Graham to remember him. If you noticed, he is no longer listed in the members of this forum. That’s a sad happening and I have been reviewing older discussions, comments, replies from him and noted the “this isn’t in the forums, try this website instead”. For me personally, when someone in real life gives out wrong information and is corrected about it, they apologize for the error. Maybe I come from a different age group or upbringing. I would’ve had my ears popped by my parents for such a thing.
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Varthikes wrote:
Sat Jun 06, 2020 8:26 pm
00111010 01000100 wrote:
Sat Jun 06, 2020 2:48 pm


“Oops. My bad”.
No one ever apologizes anymore when shown they are in error about a comment. Disturbing trend over the last few decades.
I'm sorry about my error, which came about because I had assumed such images would be included in the "Azati Prime" review. And, which I didn't see at the time.

But, while we're on it, what do you say about a person poking at another person's error nearly 2 months after the fact?
Apologies and my bad, the statute of limitations on poking were clearly expired. :-/
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No worries.
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