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  • Two seats in front of a dash, whether they were in a ground car, a truck, an airplane, a shuttlepod, or a time vessel.

    Star Trek The Next Generation®

  • There was a small cargo space, the walls and ceiling all quilted with some kind of shining metallic mesh, but otherwise little different from the back of a van or a shuttlepod.

    Star Trek The Next Generation®

  • Picard plunged through Xhaldia's upper atmosphere at the controls of his shuttlepod, making adjustments every few seconds as the vessel bucked another wave of energy-laced turbulence.

    Addicts

  • About three meters ahead of her was a large reddish lump, about the size of a shuttlepod.

    Creative Couplings

  • Scholz cringed as the Tezwans aimed their plasma rifles at the shuttlepod.

    A Time to Kill

  • The hangar was half the size of the smallest one on the Enterprise, and it housed only a single small shuttlepod.

    A Time to Kill

  • As he brought the shuttlepod around to view the ship in all her ugly entirety, he tried not to let his despair show on his face.

    CATALYST OF SORROWS

  • In crisis scenarios, however, a downed shuttlepod might require a recharging of its onboard sarium krellide cells when standard sources are unavailable.

    The Starfleet Survival Guide

  • By that time, the gleam in the sky had grown into a shuttlepod.

    Starfleet Year One

  • At the other end, one would simply drive one's car off the shuttlepod and on one's way, never even needing to step out of air conditioning.

    The Register

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