Invicta Technical Overview

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The Cardiff class is a joint product of the Starfleet Corps of Engineers and the Vulcan Science Academy. It employs a Vulcan-style annular warp drive and two massive sensor pods, similar to those aboard Oracle class starships, that occupy the space taken by a traditional Federation starship's warp nacelles.

Invicta is part of an initial launch order of four commissioned starships of the class. The commissioning is part of the Federation’s commitment for Starfleet, in the final decade of the twenty-fourth century, to turn its eye most seriously to the joyful goal of seeking out new life and new civilizations -- and to thoughtfully avoid technologies and ship classes that would seem to seek war and conflict.

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  • Name: USS Invicta
  • Registry: NCC-81407
  • Class: Cardiff
  • Motto: “Quote words that affirm all men and women are your brothers and sisters.” -Aberjhani, The River of Winged Dreams

Stats

  • Type: Diplomatic Courier and Explorer
  • Class commissioned: 2390
  • Ship commissioned: 2391
  • Constructed: ASDB Integration Facility, 40 Eridani A Starfleet Construction Yards, Vulcan
  • Dimensions
    • Length: 735 meters
    • Beam: 535 meters
    • Height: 172 meteres
  • Mass: 3,600,000 metric tons

Crew Complement

  • Total: 400
    • Officers: 100
    • Enlisted: 180
    • Civilian Contingent: 120 researchers and diplomatic staff
  • Maximum Evacuation Capacity: 7,000

System Specifications

  • Normal Cruising Speed: Warp 8
  • Maximum Cruising Speed: Warp 9.5
  • Maximum Top Speed: Warp 9.8, sustainable for 12 hours
  • Computer Systems: Positronic/bioneural experimental hybrid

Offensive Systems

  • Beam Weapons: Six type X phaser arrays, output 17,500 terawatts
  • Projectile Weapons: Two bidirectional (fore/aft) pulse-fire probe/photon torpedo launchers

Defensive Systems

  • Shields: 30 shield grid units, total output 9 exajoules (1018)
  • Armor: double hull duranium microfoam and tritanium plating