The Daedalus class was an early class of Starfleet starship. This class was commissioned soon after the formation of the Federation in 2161 and decommissioned in 2196. (TNG: "Power Play")

However a few hundred vessels were still in active service by 2235. Either from overhauls or refits to new specifications. (Star Trek: Origins)

The Starfleet Museum continuityEdit

The Daedalus class was the exploratory version of the Comet-class cruiser in service to the United Earth Space Navy. The lead ship of the Daedalus class entered service a month before the end of the Earth-Romulan War. (The Starfleet Museum)

Ship Recognition Manual, Volume 4: Starships of the Original Series EraEdit

The Daedalus class was commissioned in 2162. The spaceframe was designed by the Tellarite Gnarr. It included technology from Vulcan vessels as well as many advances made during the Earth-Romulan War.

The class started to be withdrawn from service in 2196 as newer vessels such as the Venture-class and Armstrong-class vessels started to fill its roles in the fleet. (Ship Recognition Manual, Volume 4: Starships of the Original Series Era)

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