Hyperion Class: 8,500,000 mt Babylon 5 (Station): 2,500.000 mt

Compare their sizes... it's impossible. 13:45, 19 March 2009 (UTC)

EAS Trafalgar?Edit

Lexington task force

Does anyone else think that the name on that Hyperion looks like it could be "Trafalgar", or is it just me? Blind Wolf 13:15, 22 July 2009 (UTC)

I don't see any name on there. Are you referring to the dark striations on the front of the ship? I think that's just the texture of the hull. --Lsd 15:45, 24 August 2009 (UTC)

Yeah, that's what I'm referring to. It's certainly very hard to discern from the hull texture, but if I'm right, it'd be in the same, hollowed drop-shadow font as was used on the Hyperion.

Hyperion 02

More to the point I suppose, does it just look like they reused texture from the Hyperion, Lexington or Prometheus, not bothering to change it or is it something different? Still, I'm only about 65% sure I can see a 'T' on the far left, so I could just be seeing things.Blind Wolf 16:12, 24 August 2009 (UTC)

I just watched that scene on my computer and its Trafalgar. --Farragut79 20:15, February 26, 2011 (UTC)


Just noticed that there's a discrepancy between the dimensions given on the old Sierra ITF site (1,188.7m) and Tim Earl's official scale chart (1,025.39m). The interesting thing is that I did a quick test and scaled the Hyperion silhouette on the chart to 1025px wide and found that the draft (height) comes to 326px, which pretty much matches that draft given on the ITF site. So, unless something else crops up I think it's safe to keep Earl's official length and the Beam & Draft from ITF. Thought? Blind Wolf 18:09, 20 August 2009 (UTC)

Hyperion in at the Battle of the LineEdit

There is an Hyperion at the Battle of the Line amongst the Hyperion clones that have a hull number of 48, but the name doesn't look the like the Hyperion or Lexington. Any clues about it? --Farragut79 22:46, February 26, 2011 (UTC)

Gravity Edit

Did these ships ever receive a refit so that these Heavy Cruisers have gravity?HarryAck (talk) 13:50, August 6, 2014 (UTC)