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#146 Fesarius Model Die Cast Ship STDC146 (Eaglemoss / Star Trek)

#146 Fesarius Model Die Cast Ship STDC146 (Eaglemoss / Star Trek)

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STDC146 Fesarius Model Die Cast Ship (Star Trek)

The Fesarius was a starship built and operated by the First Federation, encountered in the mid-23rd century. It was described as the flagship by its captain and only crew member, Commander Balok.

The Fesarius initiated first contact between the Federation and the First Federation in 2266, when it was encountered by the Federation starship USS Enterprise.

The Fesarius was very large and spherical, with the surface made up of smaller, dome-like features, arranged in a distinct pattern based on triangles. The ship was able to dispatch at least one small craft, described as a "pilot vessel", and could be controlled by just one crewman using a very simple-looking interface.

The mass of the Fesarius was beyond the ability of 23rd century Starfleet instruments to register. Commander Spock estimated the vessel to be "a mile in diameter." However, the screen shots showing both ships indicate that the Fesarius clearly is much larger than Spock's estimate, because one mile would be approximately 5.5 times as long as the 947-foot Enterprise. Even at a distance of 5,000 meters, the Fesarius still filled the entirety of the Enterprise viewscreen at normal magnification.

The vessel was able to scan the entirety of the USS Enterprise in a few seconds, in sufficient detail to then override and shut down some of its systems, a level of control that was described as "extremely sophisticated" and "brilliant."

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