Star Trek Expanded Universe

The USS Titan (NCC-80102) was a Luna-class Federation starship launched in 2379 under the command of Captain William T. Riker.

Titan's initial assignment was to lead a diplomatic and humanitarian mission to Romulus, in addition to retrieving a Starfleet officer, Tuvok, who had been imprisoned while working undercover for Starfleet Intelligence. (Star Trek: Titan novel: Taking Wing)

At the completion of this mission, Titan was caught in a spatial anomaly and transported 210,000 light-years to the Small Magellanic Cloud, home of the offshoot of humanity known as the Neyel. (TTN novel: The Red King)

Titan engaged a Pakled squadron that had destroyed the USS Solvang and disabled the USS Cerritos in 2380. (LD: "No Small Parts")

In 2383, the Titan transported Commander Jack Keller from Deep Space Five to the Horizon Project's base at the Jupiter Shipyards. (Star Trek: Far Horizons: "Jump")

Crew manifest[]

Command division[]

Pilots[]

Operations division[]

Security[]

Engineering[]

Operations[]

Sciences division[]

Technical sciences[]

Medical[]

Social sciences[]

Counseling staff[]
  • Commander Deanna Troi
  • Pral glasch Haaj
  • Dr. Huilan Sen’kara

Civilians[]

  • Scot Bishop-Walker, bartender
  • Ebriscentil, ship's cook
  • T'Pel
  • Natasha Miana Riker-Troi, daughter of Will Riker and Deanna Troi
  • Noah Powell, son of Alyssa Ogawa
  • Totyarguil Bolaji, son of Axel and Olivia Bolaji
  • Korina, wife of Sam Lavelle. (Star Trek: Pendragon)

Unknown[]

  • Ensign Waen
  • SecondGen White-Blue (AI, guest)

Notes[]

Adapted from the USS Titan (NCC-80102) article at Memory Beta, the non-canon Star Trek wiki.

Nomenclature[]

Titan, as is true of her sister ships of the Luna-class, was named after a natural satellite within the Sol system. Titan (moon) is the largest moon of Saturn and the second-largest moon in the Sol system.

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