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T-shirt image

I came across this T-shirt mentioned on Facebook, with a link to where you can order it from, and got a higher quality image from it.

Now, I know most of them:

  • A. Top left : Star Fury - B5
  • B. Central back: A Stargate - Stargate
  • C. Top right: X-Wing - Star Wars
  • D. Middle Left: ? - Enemy Mine?
  • E. Central front: The Enterprise - Star Trek
  • F. Left: Shadow Battlecrab - Babylon 5
  • G. Right: Red Dwarf - Red Dwarf
  • H. Lower Left: Battlestar Galactica - Battlestar Galactica
  • I. Bottom Centre: Moya? : Farscape?
  • J. Bottom Right: Andromeda Ascendant? : Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda?

Question: Can you confirm/identify D, I & J

Bonus:

B. From which planet is this gate

E. What version of the Enterprise?

H. Original or remake?

Any corrections on any of the others?

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    I'm pretty sure E. is D (NCC-1701-D) and B. is a Milky Way Stargate. This reminds me of this question (not a dupe). scifi.stackexchange.com/q/133742/54605 – iMerchant Jul 10 '17 at 9:59
  • H. Original or remake? Battlestar Galactica? There was no original, only the remake. (In the same way that there were no Matrix sequels, or Star Wars prequels...) – Grimm The Opiner Jul 10 '17 at 10:39
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    It might be best if you gave a community wiki answer, which invites us all to fill in any blanks left. That's how these "identify multiple object from one image"-questions are usually answered. Did you buy the T-shirt? – SQB Jul 10 '17 at 11:00
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In order to fully answer the question I have converted my answer to a community wiki. Please edit as required.

A

Starfury, Babylon 5 (possibly a Heavy Starfury)

B

This is a stargate from the Stargate movie and associated TV shows.

In answer to the bonus question about the Stargate. I suspect it is the Earth gate most commonly seen at Stargate Command.

Stargate symbol

The highlighted symbol is the point of origin glyph for Earth. Here is a clearer version:

Earth Glyph

This is used to fill the 7th chevron with the current planet you are dialing from.

Source

C

This is a T-65 X-Wing from the original Star Wars trilogy.

D

This is the SSV Normandy SR-1 from the original Mass Effect game.

Normandy SR1

E

This this the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D), a Galaxy class starship, from Star Trek: The Next Generation.

F

This is a Shadow attack craft from Babylon 5.

G

This is the mining ship Red Dwarf from the BBC comedy show of the same name.

H

This is the BattleStar Galactica from the 2003 TV remake.

I

This is Moya from the TV show Farscape. Farscape wiki page of Moya.
Farscape wiki contains 5 pages with different leviathans and this one most similar to Moya

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J

This is the Andromeda Ascendant - from the T.V. series Andromeda

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    @Beofett I have converted this to a community wiki. Please edit where appropriate. – Burgi Jul 10 '17 at 13:26
  • Is a star gate a ship? =p – jpmc26 Jul 10 '17 at 19:42
  • @jpmc26: Only sometimes – Lightness Races in Orbit Jul 10 '17 at 19:50
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    Is it ever stated that the Earth glyph only appears on the Earth gate? If each gate had its own point of origin glyph that didn't appear on the others, then there wouldn't be any need to lock that one in; the gate could just automatically send it. Requiring the point of origin makes more sense if the physical gate could conceivably be located on different planets, and needs a way to specify which one. – Ray Jul 11 '17 at 0:53
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    @Ray when they get to Abidos in the film they comment that it has different symbols. This might be worth its own question... – Burgi Jul 11 '17 at 9:54
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D is the Normandy SR1 from the Mass Effect video game series.

The Enterprise is NCC1701-D

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    How can you say it's SR1? :D – Gallifreyan Jul 10 '17 at 8:26
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    The "fins" on the sides are longer for the SR1, the SR2 is much thinner in appearance. – C. Tomm Jul 10 '17 at 8:50
  • I think the asker|querant wanted an image or two showing the resemblance, and maybe by comparison. – can-ned_food Jul 10 '17 at 11:04
  • As the highest upvoted answer, can I recommend you turn this answer into a Community wiki answer and include all the other answers here, rather than have 5-6 different answers. This is normally how object-identification questions work if you don't know all the answers. – Edlothiad Jul 10 '17 at 12:10
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    Further to @Beofett's comment, the top answer has now been made community wiki, so that everyone can edit - please consider adding your info here to that answer (instead of converting this one to CW too). – Rand al'Thor Jul 10 '17 at 13:58
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Normally i don´t like to repeat already mentioned informations (especially since some of them were already in the question), but since i was asked to complete the answer:

  • A. Top left : Star Fury - B5
  • B. Central back: A milky way Stargate - Stargate
  • C. Top right: T-65 X-Wing - Star Wars
  • D. Middle Left: SSV Normandy SR-1 - Mass Effect
  • E. Central front: The Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) - Star Trek
  • F. Left: Shadow Battlecrab - Babylon 5
  • G. Right: Red Dwarf - Red Dwarf
  • H. Lower Left: Battlestar Galactica - Battlestar Galactica
  • I. Bottom Centre: Moya - Farscape
  • J. Bottom Right: Andromeda Ascendant - Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda

Bonus Answers:

B: Cant say from which planet but from which galaxy, it is from the milky way, since the pegasus gates have different chevrons (symbols, milky way more like letters, pegasus more like star constellations) milky way vs pegasus

E: It is the galaxy class as seen here on memory alpha

H: remake, the original looked like that

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    It's the Earth's alpha gate because it has the Ʌ̊ as the point of origin (the top right glyph), isn't it? – AndreKR Jul 10 '17 at 10:51
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    @AndreKR That was a plot point in the original movie, but the series mostly dropped it. Plenty of star gates in the Milky Way have the same point of origin (and more importantly, all the other symbols, which are constellations as seen from Earth). So the best we can say is "not one of those that have been shown to have different symbols", e.g. Abydos. Season seven finale explicitly mentions that all the symbols have their "syllable" in Ancient, which makes it clear they are intended to be universal, or at least nearly so (a deviation would also imply gates cannot dial all the other gates). – Luaan Jul 10 '17 at 11:25
  • If @C.Tomm converts there answer into a Community-wiki answer, please consider adding your answer to the community wiki answer. – Edlothiad Jul 10 '17 at 12:11
  • I'm downvoting this because it only answers part of the question. If this questions gets changed to Community Wiki (I'm not convinced that's the right course of action, though), the reputation loss should be reversed after the fact. Please consider editing to address all the points in the question in the meantime. – Beofett Jul 10 '17 at 13:13
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    Further to @Beofett's comment, the top answer has now been made community wiki, so that everyone can edit - please consider adding your info here to that answer (instead of converting this one to CW too). – Rand al'Thor Jul 10 '17 at 14:05

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