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Star Wars VS Star Trek Official Facts

Figures are grabbed from the official publications Star Wars Episode II Incredible Cross-Sections (SW2ICS) and the Star Trek Next Generation Technical Manual (TNG TM) STAR WARS CSTAR TREK Bestessays' team looks for the trusted source to compare Starships firepower STAR WARS STAR TREK TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT HAPPENED! ACCLAMATOR TROOP ENTERPRISE-D SLAVE-1 TRANSPORT Light guns \ Main phasers 64000 GW 300 million Gw 3.6 GW Heavy guns \ Photon torpedoes \ Missiles 190 megatons 2.4 million megatons 64 megatons Sublight acceleration 2500G 3500G 1000G Operational range 250,000 light-years 2750 light-years Shield heat dissipation 70 trillion GW 3311 GW Reactor power 200 trillion GW -4 billion GW Max hyperspace speed \ Max warp speed 10 million ~2000c to 100 million times c STAR WARS STAR TREK Death Star blast (roughly 20 billion trillion megatons, ie- the number "two" followed by 22 zeroes). Planet blown apart at 5% of the speed of light. Even if we assume the shot was time-lapse photography (not that there's any reason to), the absolute lower limit is roughly 50 quadrillion megatons. Note that even if you scale this monster down by a factor of 10 million (to the volume of a Star Destroyer), you'd still have 30-ship bombardment in "The Die is Cast" (surface-level explosions create fireballs in the megaton range at most, judging from fireball duration). No sub-orbital ejecta launched from planet's surface at all. Trekkies attempt to ignore weak-kneed Planetary destruction appearance of attack and focus on semantics in order to exaggerate the figure. 5 billion megatons. More than a match for poor Enterprise. Asteroid Jango Fett's seismic charges destroy According to Riker, it would take the entire destruction asteroids in a radius of 5-10 km in Star photon torpedo payload to destroy a single 5km wide hollow asteroid in "Pegasus". In other words, it would take the entire payload of the Enterprise-D (a capital warship with a crew of a thousand) to equal just one of Jango Fett's seismic charges (a bounty hunter's weapon). Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones. In Star Wars: Episode VI: Retun of the Jed, combat initially occurs at ranges of a few thousands kilometres, eventually Combat range Trek: Deep Space 9 uniformly feature engagements at ranges of 5 km or less, just as they do in TNG's Klingon wars or Borg engagements. In "The Die is Cast", Sisko actually orders the Defiant to closing to a few hundred kilometres ("point blank" according to Lando) until Rebel ships are within a few dozen kilometres of the Executor. approach to 500 metres (while taking fire) before shooting at a Jem'Hadar attack ship, presumably due to some disadvantage incurred at longer range. The only long-ranged incidents involve stationary or near-stationary targets. A Speed Travel from galactic core systems to outer rim systems ("halfway across the galaxy" as Amidala put it) is shown repeatedly in Voyager took 7 years to crawl across part of one quadrant of the galaxy, even with repeated assists from alien races, stolen technology, and even the occasional shove from a godlike being. Not hours ... years. Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope, Star Wars: Episode l: The Phantom Menace, and Star Wars: Episode ll: Attack of the Clones. It is invariably same-day traffic, typically a few hours. Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Incredible Cross-Sections Star Trek The Next Generation: Technical Manual

Star Wars VS Star Trek Official Facts

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2 comments took it's time to find out whose ship is better. Take a look. Figures are grabbed from the official publications Star Wars Episode II Incredible Cross-Sections (SW2ICS) and the Star Tre...




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