The Ships of the Kelvin Timeline.
In this episode of Standard Orbit, Ken and Zach give the listeners what they want...more starship talk! Following up on our recent thread in the Babel Conference, this is the second part of our discussion focusing on the ships of the Kelvin Timeline!
With a bold new aesthetic for a new generation of moviegoers, things were familiar yet different in this rebooted timeline and the starships were no exception. From new spins old ideas like the Kelvin, re-imagined classics like The Enterprise, and totally unique designs like the Narada or Krall's Swarm, if it flew in the Kelvin Timeline movies we talk about it here!
Welcome to Standard Orbit! (00:01:11)
The Kelvin (00:02:17)
The Narada (00:12:03)
The Enterprise (00:19:00)
The Vengeance (00:46:30)
Klingon Ships (00:55:54)
Krall's Swarm (01:01:23)
The Franklin (01:04:02)
The Enterprise-A (01:08:26)
Final Thoughts (01:16:51)
Thank You for Listening to Standard Orbit (01:19:49)
Ken Tripp and Zach Moore
Production C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer), Ken Tripp (Executive Producer), Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer), Charlene Schmiedt (Executive Producer), Zach Moore (Editor), Renee Roberts (Associate Producer), Richard Rutledge (Associate Producer), Aaron Harvey (Associate Producer), Richard Marquez (Production Manager)
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