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The bridge was in its customary location on Deck 1. At least three different designs were used during the ship's service. The Final Frontier, director Nicholas Meyer insisted that some of the consoles on the bridge be fitted with physical dials and gauges for Star Trek VI: Ship's Interior Edit The bridge was located on Deck 1, at the very top of the saucer section.
The large viewscreen could project different views from cameras scattered on the saucer section of the ship. The Enterprise could also show tactical views and alerts on the screen along with hails.
There were two turbo lifts. The torpedo bay was on Deck It was much more automated than on the previous Enterprise, and the torpedo room itself was smaller and enclosed. No "unauthorized" hand phaser could be fired aboard the ship at a vaporizing level without an alarm sounding.
The Undiscovered Country Shuttlebay The shuttlebay was located at the rear of the ship's engineering section.
Unlike her predecessor, the shuttlebay of the Enterprise-A was a separate and distinct area from the cargo bay. The ship had at least two possibly five shuttlecraftincluding the Galileo and the Copernicus. Normally, a tractor beam guided the shuttle to a landing. A large net barricade could be erected to capture an incoming shuttle which was landing too fast or otherwise disabled.
The Final Frontier Galley Officers had crew quarters similar to those on the previous Enterprise. Enlisted crew members were required to bunk together. As many as eight crew members were assigned to a room, each assigned a storage locker.
Chimes sounded at the top of every hour. Meals were prepared in a galleyalthough there appeared to be primitive replicators on board the ship. The Enterprise-A had a vertical warp core similar to that of the Galaxy-class of eighty years later.
The core could be accessed through main engineering on Deck An isolation door could be brought down to separate the core from the rest of the ship. The Undiscovered Country There was a crew lounge at the front of the ship which contained several maritime relics, including a steering wheel from a sailing vessel inscribed with the ship's motto, "to boldly go where no man has gone before.Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.
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