I primarly go with it being under construction as the new Enterprise but the Ti-Ho was a code name for the project so meshing both togather
Well, The Lost Era tells us that Margaret Sinclair-Alexander (the CO of the disabled vessel) was the C-in-C of Starfleet at the time of the Tomed Incident of 2311, so it looks like long enough, at least in one secondary source.How long would the power be out and how long can they survive?
Neither did one of the Pocket Books executives (I can't recall which one off the top of my head), referring to The Return and its TNG-set sequels as the "Shatnerverse" continuity.I never even though of Ashes as even Beta cannon
To be fair, in fiction, there are a LOT of famous star ships. But I think it might have come down to the fact the Voyager events weren’t as “exciting” as one of the most famous ships of the Dominion War.This has nothing to do with future spoilers but rather something that happened in the episode itself
How on Earth did Jack not know about Voyager? Wouldn’t that have happened when he was a kid? That HAS to be the most famous ship since the Enterprise-D if not more so. He said he was always interested in ships so how could that have possibly escaped his notice
Memory Alpha has already been updated with the Picard stuff, and I can't find the exact scene, but I remembered the Enterprise finale referring to the Enterprise being decommissioned and turned into a museum. Supposedly the same episode also establishes that the NX-01 still exists in the 24th Century within a museum. So the NX-01 was the original Fleet Museum and this has been canon since 2005.I got the impression that the whole "ship museum" was OTT fan service.
I got the impression that the whole "ship museum" was OTT fan service. I thought old ships, no matter how "famous" they were, got decommissioned, gutted/scrapped and left to rot? I do, however, somewhat recall one older (Enterprise?) in one of the films being used as a museum/training centre though, with Scotty on board for some reason?
Also, if there was a museum (or the physical location), wouldn't there be a fair amount of civilian traffic, with visitors/tourists, etc going to and fro? It wouldn't be almost abandoned, like in the show?
Memory Alpha has already been updated with the Picard stuff, and I can't find the exact scene, but I remembered the Enterprise finale referring to the Enterprise being decommissioned and turned into a museum. Supposedly the same episode also establishes that the NX-01 still exists in the 24th Century within a museum. So the NX-01 was the original Fleet Museum and this has been canon since 2005.The fact that the NX-01 was refit with the secondary hull means that either it was taken back into service after retirement or it was not actually decommissioned until much later than intended. So if you want to reconcile this appearance with the same Enterprise episode, you have to assume that Riker knows and isn't mentioning something Archer doesn't know about yet, but that's not all that weird actually. It doesn't bear on the existence of a museum though. Of course, the real reason it has a secondary hull is because we know about the concept art, I.e. fanservice.
The selection of the ships in the museum as we see it in Picard is suspect. They're the same ships that Boimler gushes about in Lower Decks, which happen to be the hero ships of the various series. I think we need a little bit of that "according to great minds like Plato, Zoroaster, and M'Keptak of the planet Frall" business in there to mix in some colorful nonsense with the familiar names so we don't assume we've seen everything there is to see.