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There are regions where ships can travel at faster-than-warp speeds, such as [[Warp Region 6]] and a [[transwarp]] conduit. There are regions like the [[Briar Patch]] where warp drive is not possible. '''Warp-normal''' describes regions where warp travel is neither unusually fast nor unusually slow—in other words, most of the known galaxy.
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There are regions where ships can travel at faster-than-warp speeds, such as [[Warp Region 6]] and a [[transwarp drive|transwarp]] conduit. There are regions like the [[Briar Patch]] where warp drive is not possible. '''Warp-normal''' describes regions where warp travel is neither unusually fast nor unusually slow—in other words, most of the known galaxy.
   
 
[[Root]] speculates that the {{uss|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} is especially suited to charting [[Warp Region 6]] because it is fast enough to recover should a boundary fluctuation dump it in warp-normal space. ({{toss|18|The Ends of the Earth}})
 
[[Root]] speculates that the {{uss|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} is especially suited to charting [[Warp Region 6]] because it is fast enough to recover should a boundary fluctuation dump it in warp-normal space. ({{toss|18|The Ends of the Earth}})

Latest revision as of 06:57, 16 May 2010

There are regions where ships can travel at faster-than-warp speeds, such as Warp Region 6 and a transwarp conduit. There are regions like the Briar Patch where warp drive is not possible. Warp-normal describes regions where warp travel is neither unusually fast nor unusually slow—in other words, most of the known galaxy.

Root speculates that the USS Enterprise is especially suited to charting Warp Region 6 because it is fast enough to recover should a boundary fluctuation dump it in warp-normal space. (TOSS #18 "The Ends of the Earth")

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