STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE   STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE

The USS Rio Grande (NCC-72452) was a 24th century. The Rio Grande was one of the three runabouts offloaded at DS9 by the USS Enterprise -D. The Rio Grande was the first vessel to discover the Bajoran wormhole.
And was the only Starfleet runabout to remain operational at Deep Space 9 for the following years. RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 NAME, REGISTRY U. Rio Grande, NCC-72452 STARSHIP CLASS Danube-Class Runabout YEAR COMMISSIONED 2368 LENGTH 25 M WIDTH 14 M HEIGHT 5 M WEIGHT 160 MT DECKS 1 CREW COMPLEMENT 2 (Pilot, Ops); plus 16 passengers PRIMARY PROPULSION Matter/Antimatter Reactor (warp core) SECONDARY PROPULSION Deuterium Fusion Drive motors (impulse engines) SUSTAINABLE WARP 2.0 (Cruise Velocity); 5.0 (Max) ARMAMENT Type-V Phaser banks COMPUTER CORE 1 Main Computer Core AUXILIARY CRAFT n/a Starfleet commissioned the first Danube -class starships in 2368.

Commonly called "runabouts, " they are used primarily for short-range interstellar warp travel. Resembling an large shuttlecraft, the Danube -class runabouts are the smallest registered vessels in Starfleet. The cockpit has seating for four people, including a two-person flight crew, and also contains a two-person transporter pad.

The aft section contains a living area, with bunks, a table, and a food replicator. The runabout's aft section design is modular, which allows the.
Vessels to be constructed with mission-specific customizations. The only remaining survivor of Deep Space Nine's. Vessels dropped off by the. Was first used by Science Officer Dax. During their initial exploration of the. Later, with the wormhole aliens' help, the runabout towed of the wormhole a Cardassian. With the other three runabouts, to head off the Maquis. Colony, it sustained damage to its impulse fusion core, port warp nacelle. And required a few days to repair. Disabled half of its systems while trying to navigate back from a Gamma Quadrant. Science project interrupted by Commander Sisko and Quark's. Capture by the Jem'Hadar. VERY HARD TO FIND - MINT CONDITION - 7 1/2" LONG x 5" WIDE 6 TALL ON STAND - WEIGHS 3 1/4 POUNDS - PLEASE VIEW ALL THE PICTURES. The item "STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE" is in sale since Monday, January 20, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Science Fiction & Horror\Star Trek Collectibles\Other Star Trek Collectibles". The seller is "malona" and is located in Norton, Kansas. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: STAR SHIP
  • Vintage: Yes
  • Brand: FRANKLIN MINT

STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE   STAR TREK RIO GRANDE NCC-72452 FRANKLIN MINT PEWTER 1997 With STAND VERY RARE