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Your best source is the Star Trek Technical Manual, page 115. ItStar Trek TNG: Technical Manual which details the nine classes of probes.

The manual is at least semi-canonical, being authorised by Roddenberry and written by people involved with the show. Most people in this forum use it for their answers.


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Your best source is the Star Trek Technical Manual, page 115. It details the nine classes of probes.

The manual is at least semi-canonical, being authorised by Roddenberry and written by people involved with the show. Most people in this forum use it for their answers.

Your best source is the Star Trek TNG: Technical Manual which details the nine classes of probes.

The manual is at least semi-canonical, being authorised by Roddenberry and written by people involved with the show.


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Your best source is the Star Trek Technical Manual, page 115. It details the nine classes of probes.

The manual is at least semi-canonical, being authorised by Roddenberry and written by people involved with the show. Most people in this forum use it for their answers.

https://cudebi.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/franchise-star-trek-tng-technical-manual1.pdf

Your best source is the Star Trek Technical Manual, page 115. It details the nine classes of probes.

The manual is at least semi-canonical, being authorised by Roddenberry and written by people involved with the show. Most people in this forum use it for their answers.

https://cudebi.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/franchise-star-trek-tng-technical-manual1.pdf

Your best source is the Star Trek Technical Manual, page 115. It details the nine classes of probes.

The manual is at least semi-canonical, being authorised by Roddenberry and written by people involved with the show. Most people in this forum use it for their answers.

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Your best source is the Star Trek Technical Manual, page 115. It details the nine classes of probes.

The manual is at least semi-canonical, being authorised by Roddenberry and written by people involved with the show. Most people in this forum use it for their answers.

https://cudebi.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/franchise-star-trek-tng-technical-manual1.pdf