What is the source of the term "Bluestar class"? According to Tim Earl's size comparison chart, this ship is listed as "Snub-nose Whitestar". JMS appears to refer to it as "a personal Whitestar" and in "Sleeping in Light", it's only referred to as a "Whitestar". If a suitably canon source cannot be found, I'd suggest we move this article over to "Snub-nose White Star".Blind Wolf 09:36, 17 May 2009 (UTC)

This ship is a Blue Star class. And the correct term is Blue Star and not White Star in the images, sometimes I think that some Americans Babylon 5 Fans don't understand some terms. -.-'

That name is non-canon. The term "Snub-nose Whitestar" actually comes from Tim Earl's official size chart. In the show itself it's just referred to a "Sheridan's White Star" while I think the script calls it something like "personal White Star". Blind Wolf 04:03, February 22, 2011 (UTC)

Where did it appear in River of Souls? Or was that an error? Unless it is in deleted footage, or it is in the novelization (which I don't possess) then it doesn't appear to be in the movie. 16:42, April 28, 2012 (UTC)

I don't know how canon this source is, but it talks about the Bluestar class ship. Personally, I'd never heard the term before but check this page out, Blind Wolf Bluestar Class Scout Ship. -- DragonMage 14:27, April 29, 2012 (UTC)