USS Helios

USS Helios
Technical Details
Class: Nova-class
Registry: NCC-82264
Role: Surveyor
Status: Inactive
Crew Information
Commanding Officer: Commander Edward Denton
Executive Officer: Lieutenant Commander Myralia Constantine
Second Officer: Lieutenant JG Kallan Jenkins
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The USS Helios is a Nova class starship currently serving in Pegasus Fleet's Eleventh Task Force, the Vanguards and Argonauts Task Group. It is under the guidance of Commander Edward Denton.


Sometimes described as the little sister in the new family of Starfleet vessels, the Nova class survey frigate is part of the new breed of starships in service.

Aggressively designed, the small ship and its lack of amenities manage to surpass one’s first impression of its diminutive size. Known for its durability, the Nova class has swiftly loss its status as a ‘little ship’ and is slowly gaining acclaim for their usefulness in making for more accurate missions to new areas of space, bringing back teraquads of data on individual systems that is disseminated amongst the fleets.

The Nova sports impressive weaponry for its size, and its scientific capabilities more than make up for its reduction in speed when compared to its larger ‘cousins’. Double deflector dishes also provide added security when far from a starbase or suitable repair facility, in that a single malfunctioning or damaged deflector will not prevent the ship from going to warp.

Highly accurate sensors and computer systems makes it the perfect tool to send into scarcely known territory and many discoveries have been made by Nova classes finding things larger explorer-type ships such as the Galaxy class left behind.

Amenities are few and far between on a Nova, but its work is important and crews that work on these small ships know their worth and protect their reputations fiercely. Much like the favored Oberth, the Nova is sure to hold a place in Starfleet lore for a long time to come.

Nova-class Starships
USS AtlasUSS AugustUSS HeliosUSS HyperionUSS KronosUSS MetisUSS New YorkUSS Oceanus