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'''United Federation of Planets'''<br>
 
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'''FEDERATION STARFLEET'''<br>
 
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====New Starship Trials Underway - 07/23/08====
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====New Starship Trials Underway - Stardate 238507.23====
A new prototype vessel with an experimental Transwarp Drive (the first since the Excelsior Project in the late 23rd century) will undergo it's first trial runs with the new propulsion system.
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A new prototype vessel with an experimental Transwarp Drive (the first since the Excelsior Project in the late 23rd century) will undergo its first trial runs with the new propulsion system. Dubbed the "Bluebird" project, the combined efforts of Starfleet R&D, Starfleet's Advanced Starship Design Bureau, the Theoretical Propulsion Group and The Daystrom Institute have worked tirelessly to give the Federation its first glimpse of Transwarp in over 100 years.
 
 
Dubbed the "Bluebird" project, the combined efforts of Starfleet R&D, Starfleet's Advanced Starship Design Bureau, and The Daystrom Institute have worked tirelessly to give the Federation its first glimpse of Transwarp in over 100 years.
 
  
 
The '''USS Bluebird''' NX-20000, and her new Proteus Transwarp Coils are touted to be the next evolution in Federation FTL propulsion technology.
 
The '''USS Bluebird''' NX-20000, and her new Proteus Transwarp Coils are touted to be the next evolution in Federation FTL propulsion technology.
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Latest revision as of 15:35, 4 August 2008

United Federation of Planets
FEDERATION STARFLEET
TOP SECRET
The Daystrom Institute - Advanced Starship Design Bureau
Starfleet Research and Development - Theoretical Propulsion Group
StarFleet Corps of Engineers

New Starship Trials Underway - Stardate 238507.23

A new prototype vessel with an experimental Transwarp Drive (the first since the Excelsior Project in the late 23rd century) will undergo its first trial runs with the new propulsion system. Dubbed the "Bluebird" project, the combined efforts of Starfleet R&D, Starfleet's Advanced Starship Design Bureau, the Theoretical Propulsion Group and The Daystrom Institute have worked tirelessly to give the Federation its first glimpse of Transwarp in over 100 years.

The USS Bluebird NX-20000, and her new Proteus Transwarp Coils are touted to be the next evolution in Federation FTL propulsion technology.

Final base calibrations, simulations, and diagnostics are in progress. A date for trial runs will be scheduled in the upcoming days.

We hope you can attend for what should be a remarkable and historic moment.

Sincerely, Dr. Xavier Killmer Project Lead - "Project Bluebird"

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