Star Trek has boldly gone where no one has gone before for close to 50 years now. Within that storied history there have been quite a few different starships named Enterprise.
In this video we get to see the first USS Enterprise from 1775 morph into the USS Enterprise from WW II, then change into NASA’s space shuttle Enterprise (which actually took its name from Star Trek). The following transformation shows every installment of the Starship Enterprise… except Enterprise NCC-1701-J (where my ENT peeps at?)
This infographic will “make it so” easy to see all the ships in scale (I’ll just see myself out).
That infographic is extremely thorough. Represented is the most famous of all Enterprises in the Star Trek universe, the NCC-1701 from the original series (TOS), and its replacement NCC-1701-A. Also, my personal favorite, the NCC-1701-D from Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) and its replacement, Enterprise NCC-1701E, also made the list. Although not as popular, the Enterprise NCC-1701-B from Star Trek: Generations, the NCC-1701-C from the “Yesterday’s Enterprise” episode of TNG, and Enterprise NX-01 from Star Trek: Enterprise are all present as well. Even the USS Enterprise XCV 330 made the cut, which is only really seen in paintings and models throughout the series.