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#33 Talarian Observation Craft Model Die Cast Ship BONUS ISSUE (Eaglemoss / Star Trek)

#33 Talarian Observation Craft Model Die Cast Ship BONUS ISSUE (Eaglemoss / Star Trek)

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#33 Talarian Observation Craft Model Die Cast Ship SSSEN533 (Eaglemoss / Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection)

Talarian observation craft were a type of observation craft used by the Talarians during the mid-24th century for basic training.

These ships could be operated with a crew of five. The interior of the ship was bathed in green and purple light and featured a large console with Talarian writing and symbols. Additional consoles with tubes of red blinking lights and joystick-like interfaces were present in the main room of the ship. An adjoining room was filled with small cargo crates.

During the Galen border conflict of the 2350s, a common tactic of the Talarians was to abandon their observation craft, rig them with a self-destruct device and issue a general distress call. By using this particular guerrilla warfare tactics resulted in 219 fatalities over a three-day period. In early 2367, the USS Enterprise-D responded to a distress call from a Talarian observation craft in Sector 21947. When approached, on stardate 44085.7, the vessel was found adrift, with its crew in danger of a life-threatening radiation leak from within its propulsion system. (TNG: "Suddenly Human")

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