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USS Gaia Specifications
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USS GAIA SPECIFICATIONS


Dimensions--
Length: 310 meters
Width: 260 meters
Draught: 62 meters
Standard deadweight tonnage: 812,000 metric tonnes
Number of decks: 17 (10 in primary hull and
9 in secondary hull)
Estimated design lifetime: 65 years

Hull Components--
Inner layer: Polycarbonate tritanium mesh fabric with interlaced duranium monofilaments
Middle layer: Tritanium truss framework with suspended
duranium torsion-enhancement gel
Outer layer: Ablative carbon60/carbon16
(buckminsterfullerene/diamond) armor &
tritanium foil

Environmental Systems--
Personnel: 64 officers; 96 crew
additional accommodations for 250
extra personnel or passengers
Environmental sustainability Class M--entire vehicle
ratios by atmospheric class: Class H, K,, & L--10% of vehicle
Class N & N(2)--2% of vehicle
Nominal atmospheric values: 26 degrees Centigrade
45% relative humidity
78% nitrogen
21% oxygen
1% trace gases
101 kilopascals barometric pressure
Gravity generators: Deck 6, primary hull (2)
Deck 15, secondary hull (1)
Computer Systems--
Software version: LCARS version 2.6
Computer core locations: Decks 4-8, port/starboard (saucer)
Decks 12-16, port (engineering)
Hardware design: Primary protected systems utilize
bioneural gelpack systems (15% of
circuitry); secondary & backup systems
utilize standard isolinear circuitry
interface (85%)
Data transfer rate: 4200 kiloquads/second
Maximum storage capacity: 430,080,000 kiloquads

Warp Propulsion Systems--
Reactor type: M/ARA design, version 4.6
Maximum safe cruising speed: Warp 9.3 (1707 c)
Emergency speed: Warp 9.8 (2925 c) [16 hours max]
Fuel: Cryogenic slush deuterium
Slush antideuterium
Reaction catalyzer element: Fifth-phase crystalline dilithium
Warp coil components: Verterium cortenide layering over
twin-layer tungsten-cobalt- magnesium core

Impulse Propulsion Systems--
Reactor type: 8 YPS 8088 fusion reactors (main engine)
6 YPS 8025 fusion reactors (3 port/starboard
for saucer engines)
Fuel: Supercritical slush deuterium
Cruise velocity: 0.25 c
Emergency velocity: 0.75 c

Tactical & Defensive Systems--
Number of shield generators: 4 (Deck 6, primary hull)
2 (Deck 16, secondary hull)
2 (one per nacelle)
Primary energy dissipation rate: 980 kW/minute
Sustainable energy load at peak: 493,000 MW for 170 milliseconds
Maximum recharge rate: 5300 kW/s
Output of auxiliary systems: 74% of primary for 28 hours
Number of phaser emitter arrays: 9
Main emitter type: Type X-A
Locations: Saucer dorsal; saucer ventral
Maximum emitter output: 6.2 MW
Secondary emitter type: Type VIII
Locations: saucer aft dorsal (p/s); secondary
hull ventral; support pylon corners
(p/s); nacelles dorsal (1 each)
Maximum emitter output: 3.8 MW

Ablative Hull Generators
25th century replicative hull technology
2 generators @ port/starboard, ventral and dorsal saucer hull
1 generator per nacelle dorsal hull
3 stardrive generators, dorsal hull
2 stardrive generators , ventral hull.
Regenerative capabilities from sub-hull EPS induction charging
Tetraburnium replicator emitter co-plating
Lining provided by 1.2 cm layer paranygen animide for structural surface protection
1172 MW EPS intake at nominal operating efficiency

Torpedo supply: 130 photon torpedoes
28 transphasic torpedoes (25th century R&D approved primary offensive explosives)
40 quantum torpedoes
12 tri-cobalt devices
Torpedo launcher locations: Deck 11 forward (1 tube)
Deck 14 aft (1 tube)
Maximum volley per tube: 6 torpedoes
Number of torpedoes at launch-ready status: 10 quantorps
8 Transphasic torps
40 photorps
2 tri-cobalts

Sensor Systems--
Navigational deflector type: 3 redundant high-power graviton
polarity source generators
Location: Decks 14 & 15, secondary hull
Maximum output: 130 MW
Location of long-range sensors: Behind navigational deflector dish,
Decks 14 & 15
High resolution range: 7 light-years
Low-to-medium resolution range: 20 light-years
Complement of sensor suite: Wide-angle active EM scanner
Narrow-angle active EM scanner
Variable frequency EM flux scanner
Tomographic imaging scanner
Lifeform analysis instrument cluster
Gravimetric distortion scanner
Passive neutrino imaging scanner
Thermal imaging array
Proximity sensor array
Flux densometer
Advanced astrometric imaging
cluster
Parametric subspace field stress
sensor
2.5-meter diameter gamma ray
telescope
Navigational sensor location: Behind navigational deflector dish,
Decks 14 & 15
Complement of sensor suite: Quasar telescope
Wide-angle IR source tracker
Stellar graviton detectors
Stellar pair coordinate imager
Impulse time-dilation corrector
Federation timebase beacon
receiver
Galactic plasma wave cartographic
processors
High-energy charger particle
detectors
Passive subspace multibeacon
receiver
Narrow-angle IR-UV-gamma ray
imager
Lateral sensor array locations: Primary & secondary hull edges; upper & lower saucer sensor
platforms
Complement of sensor pallet 1: Quark population analysis counter
Z-range particulate spectrometry
sensor
Wide-angle EM radiation imaging
scanner
Complement of sensor pallet 2: Gravimetric distortion mapping
scanner
High-energy proton spectrometry
cluster
Complement of sensor pallet 3: Steerable lifeform analysis
instrument cluster
Narrow-axis EM flux spectrometer
Advanced phase-lock targeting
array
ACB relay booster array
Complement of sensor pallet 4: Active magnetic interferometry
scanner
Low-frequency EM flux sensor
Localized subspace field stress
sensor
Parametric subspace field stress
sensor
Hydrogen-filter subspace flux
scanner
Linear calibration subspace flux
sensor
Complement of sensor pallet 5: Variable band optical imaging
cluster
Virtual aperture graviton flux
spectrometer
High-resolution graviton flux
spectrometer
Very low energy graviton spin
polarimeter
Complement of sensor pallet 6: Passive imaging gamma
interferometry sensor
Low-level thermal imaging sensor
Fixed-angle gamma frequency
counter
Virtual particle mapping camera
Probe complement & types: Class I (5)
Class II (5)
Class III (5)
Class IV (5)
Class V (10)
Class VI (5)
Class VII (5)
Class VIII (5)
Class IX (5)

Transporter Systems--
Number of personnel transporters: 8
Locations: Deck 5 (3 port, 3 starboard)
Deck 14 (port/starboard)
Capacity: 6 persons to 40,000 km
Number of cargo transporters: 4
Locations: Deck 10 (cargo bays 1-2)
Deck 17 (cargo bays 3 & 4)
Capacity: 12,000 to 35,000 mt
Number of emergency transporters: 3
Locations: Deck 4 (port/starboard)
Deck 13
Capacity: 20 persons to 25,000 km

Auxiliary Spacecraft Systems--
Main shuttlebay location: Central aft sections of Decks 3-4
Number of Type 15 shuttlepods: 10
Number of Type 6 shuttlecraft: 5
Number of Type 7 shuttlecraft: 2
Number of Type 9A cargo shuttles: 1
Number of Type 9 warpsleds: 4

Key Systems--
Number & location of holodecks: 4 large units on Deck 8
2 small units on Deck 3
Location of sickbay: Deck 7
Facilities: 3 intensive care wards
3 surgery suites
2 examination rooms
2 null-grav therapy wards
2 physical therapy wards
4 laboratories
CMO office
AMO/duty officer office
15 biobeds
1 morgue
1 Emergency Medical Hologram
Location of main engineering: Deck12
Facilities: Master systems display
Master situation monitor
EPS systems status display
WPS status display
IPS status display
Power allocation grid monitor
Access to Jefferies Tube network
Emergency systems monitor display
Secondary systems console
Chief Engineering office
Deputy Chief Engineer office
Duty officer console
Warp core
Location of main bridge: Deck 1
Number of primary posts: 15 (includes CO chair, XO
console, & counselor or guests
console)
Conn (Flight Controller) Navigation/course plotting
functions: Manual flight operations
Attitude control
Supervision of automatic flight
responses
Positive verification
Liaison to Engineering
Ops (Operations Manager) Priority resource & power
functions: allocation
General ship status information
Sensor control & assignment
Shuttlecraft coordination control
Transporter room notification
Mission Ops in absence of the
MissOps officer
Tactical I & II functions: Shipboard security
Threat force assessment
Ship defense & weapons control
Coordination with Security to
neutralize intruder Threat forces
Mission Ops functions: Away team coordination
Comm frequency assignments
Mission-specific equipment
management
Threat technology assessment
Fleet Ops functions: Coordination with rest of fleet
Comm codings & frequencies
Mission objective updates
Intelligence updates
Engineering I & II functions: Simple primary systems monitoring
Warp field geometry maintenance
Liaison to Ops
Science I & II functions: Library computer access
Realtime probe telemetry
Realtime scientific data access
Primary management of scientific
missions (coordinated with Ops &
MissOps)
Sensor maintenance & coordination
Laboratory maintenance,
coordination, & assignments
Environmental functions: Critical life support functions
Realtime data feed from shipboard
atmospheric sensors
Initiation & oversight of evacuation
protocols
Coordination with Damage Control
Damage Control functions: Damage team assignments
Power grid assessments &
overrides
Resource allocation in damaged
areas

Note: the 28 transphasic torpedoes are 25th century R&D approved primary offensive explosives

Names of Type 15 shuttlepods:
Actium
Salamis
Stalingrad
Axanar
Guadalcanal
Vincennes
Waterloo
Vicksburg
Khafji
Antwerp

Names of Type 6 shuttlecraft:
Deneb
Rigel
Vega
Pollux
Sirius

Names of Type 7 shuttlecraft:
Polaris
Altair

Names of Type 9A cargo shuttles:
Kaiser

Names of Type 9 warpsleds:
Khachaturian
Handel
Wagner
Strauss

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