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See also T'Plana-Hath (disambiguation) for other uses of the name.

T'Plana-Hath was the prototype vessel for the T'Plana-Hath class of surveyors, launched from Vulcan in 2053. Under the command of Solkar in 2063, the T'Plana-Hath landed near Bozeman, Montana on Earth and established the first official contact with humans following the flight of the Phoenix. (ST movie: Star Trek: First Contact, Decipher RPG sourcebook: Starships; Decipher CCG)

According to one account, the T'Plana-Hath was studying potential wormhole eddies that could be created by the interaction of Jupiter and Sol when it detected Zefram Cochrane's warp flight and changed course to investigate. (TOS novel: Preserver)

The crew of the T'Plana-Hath' reported back to their people that Human music was "physically painful" to listen to. (DS9 short story: "First Steps")


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T'Plana-Hath could refer to:

  • T'Plana-Hath (matron), matron of Vulcan philosophy.
  • T'Plana-Hath (ship), Vulcan lander ship that made First Contact with Earth.
  • T'Plana-Hath type, the starship type that includes the T'Plana-Hath.
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