This will probably be the last page I populate on the website. The reason being is that the size of the job is daunting. If we include every named ship from every fictional source, the count has to be in the hundreds. Ideally I would like to have one page dedicated to each ship, with whichever images, schematics and data we can dig up.

For now, I’ll add links to other sites with partial lists (I’ve not found a complete list yet.)


Links to lists of fictional space ships

From Wikipedia

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This is a list of fictional spacecraft, starships and exo-atmospheric vessels that have been identified by name in notable published works of fiction. The term "spacecraft" is mainly used to refer to spacecraft that are real or conceived using present technology. The terms "spaceship" and "starship" are generally applied only to fictional space vehicles, usually those capable of transporting people. The spaceship is one of the prime elements in science fiction. Numerous short stories and novels are built up around various ideas for spacecraft, and spacecraft have featured in many films and television series. Some hard science fiction books focus on the technical details of the craft. Some fictional spaceships have been referenced in the real world, notably Starship Enterprise from Star Trek which gave its name to Space Shuttle Enterprise and to the VSS Enterprise.[1] For other ships from Star Wars, Star Trek, Robotech, and other major franchises, see the separate lists linked below.

Space stations


(Planet to orbit)

Space Shuttle orbiters




Military or exploration

Space fighters

"Space fighters" are fictional spacecraft analogous to fighter aircraft. They are popular as the subjects of flight simulators, movies and books. The following are some examples of notable space fighters from various media franchises:

Babylon 5

Battlestar Galactica

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

The Last Starfighter

  • Star League Gunstar (first major movie to use CGI for space battle sequences)[102]

Space: Above and Beyond

Space: 1999


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