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Dyson Sphere

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Station image Dyson Sphere
The Enterprise-D approaches the sphere. The huge size of this construction is emphasised by the fact that the ship is still many millions of kilometres away in this image.1
Station image Dyson Sphere
At closer range, all appearence of a spherical structure dissapears, and the Dyson sphere becomes an apparently flat wall.1
Station image Dyson Sphere
This entrance port has an entrance area some seventy times greater than the space doors of Starbase 74, the largest accessway in the Federation.1
Station image Dyson Sphere
The interior surface of the sphere was apparently designed to be class M across most of its area.1
Station image Dyson Sphere
The Enterprise-D escapes through the access doors. There are many hundreds of such ports on the sphere.1

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Canon source Backstage source Novel source DITL speculation


# Series Season Source Comment
1 TNG 6 Relics
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 1)
Episode : Relics

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