List of fictional spacecraft

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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.

Spaceships are often one of the key plot devices 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[edit]


(Planetary surface to orbit)

Space Shuttle orbiters[edit]



  • Aether – a large modular crewed spacecraft returning from a 2-year mission in the ongoing colonization of the fictional habitable Jovian moon X-13 in the 2020 movie The Midnight Sky
  • AnastasiaDan Dare's personal ship[16]
  • Bebop – titular ship of the series Cowboy Bebop[17]
  • Bilkis – an experimental spaceship in the anime series Geneshaft[18][19]
  • Cepheus – a ship made for transport between different bases and colonies in the deep Solar System in the movie Ad Astra.
  • Democratic Circus – an interplanetary cruiser used for defensive and policing actions within the Epsilon Eridani system seen in the Revelation Space series.
  • Discovery One – a scientific research spacecraft sent to Jupiter in the novels: "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "2010: Odyssey Two" and the corresponding films: "2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968) and "2010: The Year We Make Contact" (1984).
  • Europa One – a scientific research spacecraft made to send astronauts to Jupiter's moon Europa to find extraterrestrial life under the moons surface in Europa Report.
    • Lander – a ship used as a way to transport the crew of Europa One to the surface of Europa. It contains mining and recording materials to search for alien life under the surface of the moon.
  • Excelsior – from the 1918 Danish film Himmelskibet (A Trip to Mars), "The film that marked the beginning of the space opera subgenre of science fiction." – Phil Hardy[20]
  • F-302 Mongoose – air/space/hyperdrive strike craft in Stargate SG-1[21]
  • Hermes – a reusable NASA spacecraft manufactured by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory for the Ares program to Mars in Andy Weir's and Ridley Scott's The Martian
    • Iris Resupply Probe – Resupply probe, designed to give Mark Watney enough food to survive until Ares 4. The probe exploded during launch due to a rushed design and manufacturing stage.
    • MAV (Mars Ascent Vehicle) and MDV (Mars Descent Vehicle) landers – non-reusable landers used during the Ares missions
  • Hunter IV – personal fighter of Samus Aran from the Metroid series
  • Icarus I and Icarus II – spaceships from the 2007 movie Sunshine[22]
  • Lewis & Clark – rescue ship sent to retrieve the Event Horizon[23]
  • Mars I and Mars II – from the 2000 film Mission to Mars[24]
  • unnamed modular Mars cycler spacecraft tethered to launch vehicle Kingfisher to create artificial gravity for the fictional 2-year Mars mission MTS-42 in the 2021 movie Stowaway
  • Messiah – an Orion spacecraft designed to prevent a comet hitting Earth in the 1998 film Deep Impact
  • Nightflyer – craft from the American horror science fiction television series Nightflyers[25]
  • Odyssey – spacecraft designed to visit Saturn's moon Titan in the 2013 film Oblivion
  • Orbit Jet – United Worlds XV-2 Rocky Jones, Space Ranger, 1954 TV series[26]
  • Rocinante – Martian corvette, centerpiece of The Expanse (TV series and novel series)
  • Rocket – from Little Einsteins
  • Ryvius – the title spacecraft from the anime series Infinite Ryvius[27]
  • SA-43 Hammerhead Mk 1 – U.S.M.C. VTOL atmosphere/space fighter in 2063 Space: Above and Beyond, 1995 TV series[28]
  • Scorpio E-X-1 – It's About Time[29]
  • SCV-70 White Base – the mothership of the makeshift Earth Federation crew and the RX-78-2 Gundam in Mobile Suit Gundam.
  • Serenity – an interplanetary spacecraft from the TV series Firefly and the 2005 science fiction movie Serenity[30][31]
  • USS Cygnus – from Disney's The Black Hole[32]
  • Valley ForgeAmerican Airlines space freighter, outfitted with geodesic dome greenhouses preserving the last forests in the 1972 film Silent Running[33]
  • Zero-Xsupermarionation film Thunderbirds Are Go[34]


Military or exploration[edit]

  • Alexander 78v – A United Terrain Authority (UTA) Battlecarrier, which helped evacuate rescuees from the battle on Kerenza IV in the Illuminae Files.
  • Amaterasu (天照) – the third Freedom Guard Ship of the Kibi Planetary Nation (Starship Operators)[35][36]
  • Arcadia (アルカディア号) – the most powerful space battleship in the Captain Harlock universe, created by Tochiro Oyama as his final gift to his friend Harlock before his inevitable demise
  • LCAM-01XA Archangel – a state-of-the-art warship from the anime Mobile Suit Gundam SEED & SEED Destiny. The first of its class, which it also takes its name from Archangel. She has a nearly identical sister-ship known as the Dominion. Both ships are named after the Hierarchy of angels, and had there been a 3rd sister-ship, she would've most likely been called the Seraphim.
  • Argonaut – the most advanced starship of the Iron Tribe in the anime series Heroic Age[37]
  • Ark – a ship from Transformers.[38] The flagship of the Autobots commanded by Optimus Prime in several Transformers series.[39] The computer of the ship was called Teletraan I (voice provided by Casey Kasem), and it provided intelligence to the Autobots for their various missions.[40] The original series saw it crashing on Earth several million years prior to 1984, and it was discovered some three million years before then by the characters of Beast Wars: Transformers.
  • Aurora – Private starship owned by Alterra which had a mission of terraforming planets but was shot down when attempting a slingshot maneuver around planet 4546B. (From the Subnautica video game)
  • Athenastarship which transports humans to a space station orbiting the planet Solaris in the 2002 film Solaris
  • Avalon – the Homestead Company (also using Sony hardware) starliner in the film Passengers, which transports emigrates from the Earth to Homestead II
  • Axalon – A Maximal exploration ship in the Beast Wars: Transformers series
  • Axiom – the Buy n' Large starliner in the films WALL-E and BURN-E, which is used, together with other starships, to provide a temporary home for humanity,[41] but the originally planned 5-year cruise turns into a 700-year time period.
  • Basroil – a starship commanded by Lafiel in the anime series Banner of the Stars[42][43]
  • Basestar – the Cylon capital ships in the Battlestar Galactica universe[44]
  • Bellerophon – the ship that took colonists to Altair IV in Forbidden Planet[45]
  • Blip-A – light propelled (indirectly) ship built and crewed by Eridians in Project Hail Mary. Blip-A is an exonym; the direct translation would be 'Ship'.
  • C-57D – the United Planets cruiser that was sent to the planet Altair IV in Forbidden Planet[46]
  • Conquistador – the largest battleship of the Henrietta Planetary Alliance (Starship Operators)[47]
  • Copernicus – independent explorer/hauler, the Copernicus helped rescue and transport evacuees of the Battle on Kerenza IV in the Illuminae Files. It was destroyed by Alexander's Artificial Intelligence Defense Analytics Network (A.I.D.A.N) when an outbreak of Phobos, a bioweapon engineered by Beitech Industries for urban pacification, rendered it a threat to the fleet.
  • Daban Urnud – interdimensional starship that visits the planet of Arbre in the Neil Stephenson novel Anathem
  • Dark Star
  • "The Derelict" – the name given to the abandoned alien spacecraft discovered by the crew of the deep space tug Nostromo in the film Alien (1979)[48]
  • Darksyde – The Predacon transwarp ship in the Beast Wars television series.[49] The name was spelled with a y in the Beast Wars video game and in the DVD box set. In IDW Publishing's 2008 Beast Wars Sourcebook it was spelled "Darkside". The ship's computer was voiced by Elizabeth Carol Savenkoff.[50]
  • Destiny Ascension – an Asari dreadnaught with a crew of 10,000 that serves as the flagship of the Citadel fleet in the Mass Effect universe[51][52]
  • EAS Agamemnon(Babylon 5)[53]
  • Eltrium – Earth's flagship of its interstellar fleet originally created as an evacuation ship in case of extraterrestrial attacks in Gunbuster.
  • EnduranceNASA spacecraft/space station hybrid capable of traveling through wormholes, mothership to Rangers and Landers in Interstellar[54]
    • Lander – two cargo spacecraft used in the Endurance mission to transport materials from the Endurance to Mann's planet; Lander 1 is later used by TARS to propel the craft far enough from SMBH Gargantua.
    • Ranger – various SSTO spaceplanes featured in Interstellar: the Ranger Test Article, piloted by Cooper during his crash; the twelve Rangers used during the Lazarus missions to carry astronauts through the wormhole to twelve potentially habitable planets; Ranger 1 and Ranger 2 used to carry personnel from the Endurance to Miller's, Mann's and Edmunds's planets (Ranger 2 is later used by Cooper like TARS's Lander); the futuristic Rangers, used around Saturn as the Cooper station's auxiliary craft (one is later stolen by Cooper and TARS to rejoin with Amelia on Edmunds's planet).
  • Event Horizon – gravity drive exploration starship, aiming to explore Proxima Centauri, disappears on its maiden voyage and rediscovered seven years later with its crew missing, a space-borne "Mary Celeste"
  • Exelion – 12 kilometer long warship originally commissioned as Earth's flagship in Gunbuster.
  • Hypatia – Long range scientific exploration vessel used to escort evacuees from the Battle of Kerenza IV in the Illuminae Files.
  • Hyperion – the flagship of Jim Raynor in StarCraft[55]
  • Hail Mary – light propelled (indirectly) ship sent on a one way trip to Tau Ceti in Project Hail Mary to investigate
    • Beetles – miniature, automated spacecraft propelled in the same manner to return information back to Earth
  • ISA ExcaliburEarth Alliance (Babylon 5)[56]
  • Icarus – near-light speed ship with onboard cryogenic chambers used to land astronauts on habitable worlds thousands of light years away to ensure the survival of the human race in Planet Of The Apes
  • Island Cluster Class Colonization Ship 25 (Macross Frontier) – Colony Fleet consisting on a transformable fighting ship, the main population vessel and other smaller islands from the anime Macross Frontier[57]
  • Jupiter 2 – fictional nuclear-powered spacecraft from the television series Lost in Space (1965–68)[58]
  • Karrajor – a warship from the Cartoon Network series Megas XLR. It serves as a mothership for the squid-like alien race known as the Glorft.
  • R.L.S. Legacy – a space exploration vessel from the Disney animated film Treasure Planet. It is a space ship that is designed to emulate a Sailing ship from the 1600s.
  • Leonora Christine – colonization starship utilizing the fictional Bussard ramjet drive in the novel Tau Zero to create enough speed for onboard time dilation to occur so the passengers can reach the far away Beta Virginis star within their lifetime.
  • LiberatorBlake's 7[59]
  • Libertad – a sub-light speed training ship in the anime series Strain: Strategic Armored Infantry[60]
  • Megazone – the title spaceship in the OVA series Megazone 23[61]
  • MinbariVictory-class destroyer based on Vorlon technology from the Babylon 5 universe[62]
  • Murray Leinster – Destroyed at the beginning of the cult film Starcrash[63]
  • Nautilus – flagship space yacht of International Transport Spacelines from Event[0][64]
  • Nauvoo – A Mormon-owned religious space exploration generational ship in The Expanse used to travel a 100-year period to the star Tau Ceti.
  • Nemesis – flagship of the Decepticons (Transformers)[65]
  • Nirvana – a supership from the anime series Vandread[66]
  • Normandy SR-1 – a Systems Alliance Navy frigate that serves as Commander Shepard's base of operations in the Mass Effect universe. Sequels feature a larger and more advanced version known as the SR-2.[67][68]
  • NSEA Protector – a starship from the cult film Galaxy Quest[69]
  • Olympus Mons – flagship of the Settlement Defense Front fleet in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
  • Orbit Jet – winged-tail rocket ship (Rocky Jones, Space Ranger)[70]
  • Orion – saucer patrol craft in Raumpatrouille[71]
  • Prometheus – Weyland Corporation scientific vessel[72]
  • Raza – interstellar spaceship from the television series Dark Matter
  • Red Dwarf – The titular spaceship from the BBC sci-fi comedy series Red Dwarf[73]
  • Retribution – the only operational carrier after an SDF attack in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
  • SDF-1 Macross – a massive interstellar transforming spacecraft from the anime Super Dimension Fortress Macross and its American adaptation, Robotech[74]
  • Rodger Young – Corvette transport in the novel Starship Troopers
  • SDF-3 Pioneer – the flagship of Admiral Rick Hunter in Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles[75]
  • Searcher – space exploration vessel from the second season of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century[76]
  • Shangri-La – the mothership of the Mu race in the manga and anime series Toward the Terra (地球へ… Terra e...)[77]
  • Star Destroyer – capital ships used by the Galactic Republic, the Galactic Empire and the First Order and (very rarely) by the Rebel Alliance in the Star Wars universe
  • Starship Tipton – a fictional re-imagining of the SS Tipton cruise liner from the Disney Channel Original Series The Suite Life on Deck. It serves as the main setting in a Star Trek-themed episode and it features Star Trek alum George Takei as a special guest.
  • USS SulacoConestoga-class light assault carrier from the sequel Aliens[78]
  • Swordbreaker – the mysterious spaceship owned by Kain Blueriver in the anime series Lost Universe[79]
  • Terra V – Buzz Corey's space cruiser in Space Patrol[80]
  • Tigris – the only operational destroyer after a massive attack by the SDF in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
  • Titan – the title spaceship in the movie Titan A.E[81][82]
  • UESC Marathon – the title ship of the video game Marathon which was crafted out of Deimos.
  • UNSC Forward Unto Dawn – the Charon-class light frigate in the UNSC Navy commanded by Commander Miranda Keyes in Halo 3
  • UNSC In Amber Clad – the Stalwart-class frigate in the UNSC Navy commanded by Commander Miranda Keyes in Halo 2
  • UNSC Infinity – the post-war flagship of the UNSC Navy in Halo 4, Halo 5: Guardians, and Halo Infinite. It was presumed destroyed in Halo Infinite by the Banished
  • UNSC Pillar of Autumn – the Halcyon-class cruiser in the UNSC Navy commanded by Captain Jacob Keyes in Halo: Combat Evolved
  • USG Ishimura – A planet-cracking mining vessel and the main setting of the first game of Dead Space. It is also referred to as the 'beginning of the Necromorph's takeover'.
  • USS Cerritos – the primary ship in Star Trek: Lower Decks; see Starfleet ships for more information.
  • USS Defiant – the name of three ships that feature in various Star Trek media. The most notable Defiant appears in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine from its introduction in the third season's premiere episode The Search until its destruction in the seventh season episode The Changing Face of Evil.
  • USS Discovery – the primary ship in Star Trek: Discovery, which travels instantaneously through space using a mycelial network; see Starfleet ships for more information.
  • USS Enterprise – various incarnations of a space exploration vessel from Star Trek; see Starfleet ships for more information[83][84]
  • USS Orville – The titular vessel from the 2017–present TV series The Orville.
  • USS Protostar – the primary ship in Star Trek: Prodigy, which utilizes a protostar to travel considerably faster than conventional warp speed; see Starfleet ships for more information.
  • USS Saratoga – a space carrier in Space: Above and Beyond, aboard which serve the members of the U.S. Marine Corps Space Aviator Cavalry, 58th Squadron, or "Wildcards"[85]
  • USS Voyager – the primary ship in Star Trek: Voyager; see Starfleet ships for more information[86]
  • ValkyrieTitan A.E.[87]
  • Vanguard – generational ship from Robert A. Heinlein's Orphans of the Sky
  • Venture Starstarship transporting humans to the moon Pandora in the 2009 film Avatar
  • Vonnegut – Spaceship transporting AIs of humans to the Proxima Centauri star system in the 2020 book Ready Player Two[88]
  • Silver Wings of Morning – starship owned by Purslane Gentian of the Gentian line in House of Suns. One of the fastest ships in that known universe.
  • Yamato (大和) – the title spaceship of the anime series Space Battleship Yamato[89]
    • Known as The Argo in the American localized version.
  • Yggdrasil – starship owned by the Templars and used for the transportation of the nine Pilgrims to the planet Hyperion in the 1990 Dan Simmons Novel Hyperion

Space fighters[edit]

"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[edit]

Battlestar Galactica[edit]

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century[edit]

The Last Starfighter[edit]

  • Star League Gunstar

Space: Above and Beyond[edit]

Space: 1999[edit]


Star Wars[edit]

In the Star Wars universe, a "starfighter" is a blanket term for all small combat space craft, regardless of shields, hyperspace capability, weaponry (unless it carries none), armor, maneuverability and crew. "Snubfighter" (a term first used in Star Wars), though no concise definition has been given, often refers to a fighter carrying shielding, secondary weapons systems such as proton torpedoes or concussion missiles, and being hyperspace capable. Starfighters sometimes bear mission designations similar to modern fighter aircraft, such as "strike fighter" and "space superiority fighter".

Galactic Republic

Rebel Alliance and New Republic

Galactic Empire and First Order

Confederacy of Independent Systems

Other properties[edit]


  • RF-42 Centaur Tactical Fighter[128]


Marvel Cinematic Universe


  • Arcadia Class Jumpship (Destiny 2) The Arcadia Class Jumpship is the first ship the player gets access to and allows them to fly to other planets in the solar system
  • Bretonia – Sleeper ship from the game Freelancer[132]
  • Eagle 5Spaceballs[133]
  • ElysiumPandorum[134]
  • Endeavour – from Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke, 1973; carried explorers to rendezvous with alien spacecraft Rama
  • Hispania – Sleeper ship from the game Freelancer
  • Hunter-GratznerPitch Black[135]
  • Kusari – Sleeper ship from the game Freelancer
  • Liberty – Sleeper ship from the game Freelancer
  • Millennium FalconStar Wars universe[136]
  • Nostromo – modified Lockmart CM-88B Bison Transport; commercial towing vessel from the film Alien[137]
  • Out of Band II (Oobii) – a freighter from the Zones of Thought series by Vernor Vinge, the main ship used by a multi-species crew to travel to a planet near the center of the galaxy
  • USS Planet Express Ship "Bessie"Futurama[138]
  • Radiant Pillar BC1No Man's Sky startership; The first ship the player has access to.
  • RamaRendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke, 1973 (an alien spaceship, their name for it unknown)
  • Razor Crest – Transport ship used by Din Djarin and Grogu in The Mandalorian[139]
  • Rheinland – Sleeper ship from the game Freelancer
  • The MassiveInvader ZIM
  • The Resisty's ShipInvader ZIM
  • The Void Ark – A prisoner transport from the video game Void Bastards
  • Voot Runner Invader ZIM


Personal spacecraft[edit]

Lists of fictional spacecraft[edit]

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