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<i>Star Trek</i> Starship <i>Enterprise</i> Studio Model
Consists of three main sections: a saucer-shaped primary hull housing the Command section; a secondary, cigar-shaped hull (Engineering section) connected beneath it by a large, slanting pylon; and at the rear of the saucer, connected to the Engineering hull by pylons, are the two long, projecting engine pods; the series of small domes on the top center of the saucer is the bridge, the ship's command and nerve center containing all the computer controls; the primary Command hull could operate independently of the other components and contained its own impulse engine at the rear of the saucer but was limited to sub-light speeds; overall, painted gray and gray-green.
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National Air and Space Museum
6th St. and Independence Ave SW
Washington, DC 20560
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
14390 Air and Space Museum Parkway
Chantilly, VA 20151
10:00 am - 5:30 pm