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The observation lounge is connected to the bridge through a short ramped corridor, which originates at the upper starboard alcove of the bridge and leads to a door on the starboard side of the conference lounge. Another door, on the port side of the room, leads to another corridor. The shape of the conference table matches the curvature of the exterior hull, and has seating and data pads for ten individuals. The captain usually sits at the head of the table, at either side. Two display screens located at either side of the room, behind the table and adjacent to the doors it also features two replicator terminals.
 
The observation lounge is connected to the bridge through a short ramped corridor, which originates at the upper starboard alcove of the bridge and leads to a door on the starboard side of the conference lounge. Another door, on the port side of the room, leads to another corridor. The shape of the conference table matches the curvature of the exterior hull, and has seating and data pads for ten individuals. The captain usually sits at the head of the table, at either side. Two display screens located at either side of the room, behind the table and adjacent to the doors it also features two replicator terminals.
  
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Latest revision as of 00:35, 30 May 2015

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The observation lounge is connected to the bridge through a short ramped corridor, which originates at the upper starboard alcove of the bridge and leads to a door on the starboard side of the conference lounge. Another door, on the port side of the room, leads to another corridor. The shape of the conference table matches the curvature of the exterior hull, and has seating and data pads for ten individuals. The captain usually sits at the head of the table, at either side. Two display screens located at either side of the room, behind the table and adjacent to the doors it also features two replicator terminals.

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Galaxy Observation Lounge1.jpg