Great SciFi spaceships overview

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  1. mysteroid

    mysteroid Member

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    edoubledubya New Member

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    Thanks for the link. Always interesting to see spaceships I've never come across before.
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    ^^ same here--nice assortment.
  4. mysteroid

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    I'm glad to help! :thumb:

    I've always been a sci-fi spaceship fan so I can really geek out on a list like that.

    Steve
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    Thanks for the link! :thumb: Interesting to read although I have a different opinion on the ordering of the best ships. And where is Battlestar Galactica? :confused:
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    I was disappointed that the USS Voyager was not on that list.:cry:
    Oh well.
    And I also thought that the death star is more impressive than the star destroyer, but the death star is more like a space station I guess...
    It had some interesting ships I've never seen before however....
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    I'm not a fan of this list. There were some great choices, but several obscure and poor choices hedged out ships that really deserved to be there. Prime example for me: The Enterprise.
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    There are a lot of great ships there, loved seeing the Yamato, but also they left out a bunch of other great ships
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    Super link
    Thanks

    Some great ships and like others have said ones I have not seen before.

    I have to agree that anything Aliens is WAY cool.
    They where such a small part of the movies but when I was young and saw them I wanted to see more.

    Had to share this link with all my friends so we could discuss which is the best.

    I personally have Always loved the Y wing, with the tailgunner and astromech.

    Too bad Comics where not included. There are some really awesome Starwars ships only in comics.
    Eclipse-class Super Star Destroyer
    http://galactic-voyage.com/Dark Side-Capital Ships-Eclipse Super Star Destroyer.htm
    Always thought this was a GREAT take on the superstar destroyer.
  10. cdirto

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    Interesting site.

    I, too, think that is a pretty neat site. Of course, I also think that quite a few pretty interesting ships have been left out.

    What is even more sad, I'm old enough to remember most of those ships and the movies or shows they belong to.......wall1

    Ah, well.... The good old days.

    CdirtO
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    bulldog drummond New Member

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    Enterprise is in there at number 4.
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    Hmm, not bad. While I wouldn't necessarily agree with all of its choices, there should be enough obscure and interesting subjects that should stave off any artistic blocks for the next few months... sign1
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    No love for the B-Wing? I think it's the best fighter design in the Star Wars series, but it always seems to get overlooked.