Starship Spotter (Google eBook)

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Simon and Schuster, Nov 1, 2001 - Fiction - 128 pages
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Starship Spotter was created more than two centuries ago to serve as a reference guide to assorted space-going vessels. Captains of the spaceships of the United Earth Space Probe Agency used this simple paper tool to enable a ship's crew to quickly distinguish friend from foe in the unexplored reaches of the cosmos. When the services were merged to form Starfleet, this paper book disappeared from use. Only recently rediscovered, the newest editions of this book have been the sole purview of Starfleet Academy.
Each year, a new class of Starfleet cadets carefully reviews and revises the contents. The ships displayed in Starship Spotter have been chosen as a tribute to the crews who have served on them and the valor shown, regardless of the ship's affiliation. Although only thirty ships could be included, the cadets feel these ships reflect the noble history of space travel.
We proudly present to you the Class of 2383 edition of Starship Spotter.

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User Review  - RobertDay - LibraryThing

Let's be honest - I like big spaceships just as much as the next guy. One of the delights of the new incarnations of Trek was the extent to which an expanded universe opened up the possibility for ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Adam "Mojo" Lebowitz is a three-time Emmy Award-winning graphic artist and is a New York native living in California.

Robert Bonchune is a Montreal native living in Southern California. He has worked on effects for SeaQuest DSV, Babylon 5, and Star Trek: Voyager, Now working at Foundation Imaging, he won an Emmy for special effects with his co-author in 1999.

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