Are the data entered in infobox canon? I can't find any sources. It seems like the info were copied from B5Tech with slight alternations.[1]. Octurion 04:18, 30 July 2009 (UTC)

The length defiantly comes from Tim Earl's Size Comparison chart, the term "Nova Class Dreadnought" was I believe used by JMS (though the chart only had it as "EA Gunboat") the lack of gravity and jump capability are both a given, based on for the rest I don't think there's any canon source for it. The gun count is off for one thing, there's 14 of those huge twin cannons, not 24 (whatever they are) plus I don't think a Nova has ever been seen launching Furies (though they can probably carry gunships). Blind Wolf 12:06, 30 July 2009 (UTC)
So, I've removed 'Crew', 'Power' and 'Defenses' entries entirely. Octurion 04:54, 31 July 2009 (UTC)

Name Edit

Alongside the EAS Lexington in "In the Beggining", there was a Nova-class whose name ended in tzkoph. right?--Gonzalo84 18:46, March 27, 2010 (UTC)

They probably reused the mesh again there, yes. In fact I'm pretty sure every Nova was the Schwarzkopf, even when there was two on screen at the same time. So unless it's seen really prominently, I don't think it would be a good idea to start taking production shortcuts too literally. Blind Wolf 12:01, March 28, 2010 (UTC)

the nowa class weapons Edit

The weapons used on the Nova dreadnought are either:

1: 155mm pulse cannon

2: 155 mm plasma cannon

Beam weapons might be 4 fusion lasers..2front 2 back

Schwarzkopfs Edit

Given that it appears every Nova ever seen onscreen was using the EAS Schwarzkopf model, why are there three different pages for different individual instances of that model? It feels like the wiki, to paraphrase a comment from up the page, is taking production shortcuts too literally. 08:49, November 7, 2013 (UTC)

Role(s) Edit

Besides ship-to-ship combat and Interplanetary Expeditions, was the Nova-class used as support and bombardment operations for the EarthForce Marine Corps aka Ground Pounders? HarryAck (talk) 14:23, August 15, 2014 (UTC)