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The USS Christopher Pike (NCC-72091) was a Galaxy-class Federation starship active in the late 24th century. She was at least the second vessel to bear the name. (Star Trek: Pendragon)

Launched in 2368, the Chris Pike's commanding officer was Captain Brady Thornton.

Commander Timothy Sinclair served as her first officer from 2371 until 2374. He was succeeded (briefly) by Mark Montgomery.

Lt. Commander Horatio McCoy was the Pike's chief engineer from her launch into the 2380s.

In Star Trek: The Adventures of Argus continuity, this ship was one of the 98 lost by the Seventh Fleet at the Battle of Tyra.

Crew Manifest

Appearances

  • Star Trek: Pendragon
    • "True North"
    • "Sword of Damocles, Parts I & II"
    • "Wanderers, Seekers, Warriors, Thinkers"
    • "A Quiet Darkness"
    • "The Ouroboros Syndrome"
    • "More to This Life"
    • "Charade"
    • "The Argonaut Syndrome"
    • "Odyssey, Parts I & II"
    • "Camelot's Ashes"
    • "The Significance of a Single Day"
    • "The Captain's Table: Bearers of the Light"
    • "Crosses & Crowns"
    • "The Blessing In the Thorn"
  • Star Trek: Sons of Liberty
    • "Legacies"
    • "The Exercise of Vital Powers"
    • "Balance of Power"
    • "Tyler's Run"
    • "The Vassal"


Galaxy class explorers
Canon: Challenger - Enterprise-D - Galaxy - Odyssey - Trinculo - Venture - Yamato
Other notable ships: Angeles - Asgard - Beliskner- Benton - Bolivar - Breedlove - Bright Star - Brittany - Celestial - Charleston - Christopher Pike (I) - Christopher Pike (II) - Constitution - Cortez - Courageous - Daedalus - Dauntless - Discovery - Endeavour - Excalibur-A - Excelsior - Frontiersman - Hentar - Independence - Indomitable - Ishtar - James Cook - Jefferson - Klaus Baudelaire - Kludy - Kransnowsky - Magellan - Marques - Milburn - Myers - Nevsky - Odyssey (II) - Odyssey-A - Onizuka - Oraidhe - Pel Gaash - Pinafore - Pioneer - Prospect-A - Roddenberry - San Francisco - Sarek - Sartre - Shoemaker - Sojourner - Trident - Truman - Valley Forge - Vanuatu - Vel'dna - Victory - Wellington - Yamato (II)
Starfleet International: Alpha Centauri - Arizona - Babylon - Best Destiny - Bexar - Bright Star - Britannic - Challenger-D - Comanche - Constar - Continuum - Empress-A - Heimdal - Hornet-D - IDIC - Oberon - Onizuka - Polaris (II) - Providence - Robins - Rubicon - Starquest - Stonewall Jackson - Thunderbird - Tristar - Werner von Braun
Trekmania: Baltimore - Excelsior - Providence - Satie - Wellington
Modified: Angeles - Excelsior - Jenova - Lincoln - Olympus - Sarek - Shadowcat - Ticonderoga -Valley Forge - Xena
Distant Horizons: Andelth - Antares - Cosmos - Galaxy - Magellan - Marru - Odyssey - Okuda - Sumatra - Trinculo - Venture - Yorktown
Alternate realities: Corregidor - ISS Constellation-D - ISS Daedalus - Enterprise-D
See also: Courageous - Entente - Galaxy - Nebula - Olympus

Notes

  • Another Galaxy-class Christopher Pike is seen in the (totally unrelated) Star Trek: Pioneer (PNR) fan fiction series, with a different crew and registry number.
  • As a tip of the hat to Star Trek: Pendragon, the Christopher Pike and Brady Thornton were mentioned in an episode of Star Trek: Outwardly Mobile by author Jay P. Hailey.
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