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Fictional starships – size comparison


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Wow, I never realized how big the ISS is. Those half kilometer long ships though much taller and wider put into context how massive some of the largest ocean tankers are.

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The Enterprise-D is my favourite ship of all those.



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Are those giant space ships actually space arcology and floating cities?



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Oh my god, the ring world in Halo is way bigger than I thought.

 

I could've sworn the 3rd death star was the smallest one of the three given how the Imperial Empire was largely weakened by then.


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A smaller weapon for a smaller industrial capacity would imply coherence in the Disney canon lol






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