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Artist(s): Various
Publisher: Pocket Books and Andrews McMeel Publishing
Series: Star Trek: Ships of the Line
Published: 1 July 2008
Pages: 24
Reference: ISBN 0740774271

Star Trek: Ships of the Line (2009) is the 2009 edition of the Star Trek: Ships of the Line calendar series. Events depicted in this calendar are not considered to be canon.

Summary

Publisher's description
Featuring fourteen pieces of Star Trek art not available anywhere else and created exclusively for this calendar, the Star Trek Ships of the Line 2009 Calendar will continue to delight and amaze fans. Displaying remarkable artistry in its unique, dramatic depictions of Star Trek's ships, this calendar is highly anticipated by Star Trek fans each year.

Excerpts of copyrighted sources are included for review purposes only, without any intention of infringement.

Months

  • January ("Never Been Done") - A Template:ShipClass vessel flying past an exploding planet.
  • July ("A Mission, A Way Home") - The USS Voyager flying over the rings of a planet with two moons in the background.
  • August ("Around the Quadrant in Eighty Days") - A shot of an unknown late 24th century Starfleet ship designated USS Spirit (USS Spirit (NX-79995) (β)) flying at warp.
  • September ("Exploring Solar Ice Floes") - A USS Enterprise at station keeping below an ice asteroid with Kirk and Spock in EV suits on the ice asteroid.
  • October ("Kobayashi Maru") - Three Klingon vessels flying against a red nebula background with the forward most vessel firing a torpedo from its forward launcher.
  • November ("The New Ship") - An unidentified shuttle landed at Starfleet Command with a crowd gathering around it.
  • December ("Constitution-Class Warp Test") - A Constitution-class vessel, designated X-17B, in a test chamber surrounded by a blue ring.

References


Previous calendar:
Star Trek: Ships of the Line (2008)
Star Trek: Ships of the Line Next calendar:
Star Trek: Ships of the Line (2010)

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