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For other uses, see Copernicus.

The USS Copernicus (NCC-640) was a Federation Oberth-class scout in service to Starfleet in the late 23rd century.

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In the year 2286, soon after the Whale Probe departed Earth's orbit, the Copernicus returned to Earth and was docked within Earth Spacedock. (TOS movie: The Voyage Home)

In 2291, around stardate 8812.1, the Copernicus was ordered to rendezvous with the Constitution-class starships USS Endeavour and USS Enterprise at Starbase 40. (TOS comic: "Split Infinities")

The Copernicus was named for Nicolaus Copernicus, who developed the heliocentric theory of the solar system.
The Star Trek Encyclopedia lists the Copernicus' registry number as NCC-623, although it can be seen as NCC-640 on screen in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.

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Ships named Copernicus
UFP seal starships: USS Copernicus (NCC-3815, Ptolemy-class)USS Copernicus (NCC-640, Oberth-class)USS Copernicus (NCC-58637, Oberth-class)USS Copernicus (NX-94441, Horizon-class)shuttlecraft: Copernicus (NCC-1701/12)Copernicus (NCC-1701/5)Copernicus (NCC-1701-A, SW7 class)Copernicus (NCC-1701-A/03)Copernicus (NCC-1701-D/03) Starfleet Command logo
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