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Star Trek Starships Nebula Prototype with Collector Magazine #156

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Item Number: EGSSSUK156
U.S.S. Melbourne - Nebula Class. This Star Trek Starships Nebula Prototype with Collector Magazine #156 shows the vessel as it appeared in the closing scenes of Star Trek Generations. It features the class of starship Federation's Starfleet employed in the 24th century. An informative collector's magazine is included.

The Nebula class used many of the same components as the Galaxy class, but they were arranged in a completely different way. The >i>Nebula class made its debut in the debris field in "The Best of Both Worlds," but only the most eagle-eyed of viewers would have seen it. It made its full debut in "The Wounded" when the design was used for Captain Maxwell's ship. Over the years it has included several different pods on its back. ent way. The >i>Nebula class made its debut in the debris field in "The Best of Both Worlds," but only the most eagle-eyed of viewers would have seen it. It made its full debut in "The Wounded" when the design was used for Captain Maxwell's ship. Over the years it has included several different pods on its back.
Company: Eaglemoss Publications
Theme: Star Trek
Product Type: Vehicles: Die-Cast Metal
Age: 14 +
Country of Origin: China
Height: 11.25
Width: 2.00
Length: 9.00
Weight: 0.750

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