Federation Ship Names L-Z

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L

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
USS Lakota
NCC-42768
Excelsior Native American nation  
SS Lakul
NFT-7793
Whorfin    
USS Lalo
NCC-43837
Mediterranean Uncertain Interestingly, the composer of the "Mission Impossible" theme is named Lalo Schifrin. "Mission Impossible" was produced next to the TOS sets in the Desilu studios. But the more likely namesake would be the French composer Edouard Lalo.
USS Lantree
NCC-1837
Miranda Uncertain  
USS LaSalle
NCC-6203
Deneva Uncertain The most probable namesake seems to be René Robert Cavalier de LaSalle (1643-1687), a French explorer in North America.
USS Leeds
NCC-70352
Nebula British industrial city  
USS Lexington
NCC-1709
Constitution USS Lexington CV-2 and USS Lexington CV-16, US aircraft carriers, also a battle site in the American Revolutionary War  
USS Lexington
NCC-30405
Excelsior
USS Lexington
NCC-61832 
Nebula
USS Liberator
NCC-67016
  Uncertain May be named for the B-24 Liberator bomber or for the name of the primary spacecraft in "Blakes Seven"
USS Livingston
NCC-34099
Excelsior Robert R. Livingston (1746–1813), American politician who signed the Declaration of Independence In the real world, it seems that the ship (like Picard's fish ;-)) was named for TNG producer David Livingston. 

 

M

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
USS Madison   James Madison (1751-1836), fourth president of the United States, also name of the capital of Wisconsin  
USS Magellan
NCC-3069
Constellation Fernão Magalhaes (1480-1521), Portuguese explorer Also the name of a space probe launched to Venus
USS Magellan Galaxy
USS Majestic
NCC-31060
Miranda RMS Majestic (built 1914 as Bismarck), the largest ship of its time  
USS Malinche
NCC-38997
Excelsior Mexican princess, who was originally a slave given as a peace offering to the Spanish conquistadors by the Tabascan Indians There may be different interpretations about Malinche's role in history. It seems that she is still loathed by the native population of Mexico. On the other hand, there is a La Malinche National Park, as well as La Malinche Crater in Mexico.
USS Malone   Unknown Malone, Peterson and Clavyn (Clavin), the three ship names listed in Lt. Anaanda Ziff's personnel file, are all characters from "Cheers".
SS Manoa   Unknown The ship's name can be read in TNG-R: "Inheritance". It was likely different in the original episode.
USS Matte Fringe
NCC-12898
  Unknown  
USS Mare Tranquilitatis   Region on the Moon, landing site of Apollo 11  
USS Maryland
NCC-45109
Renaissance State of the USA  
USS Max Planck
NCC-28573
  Max Planck (1858-1947), German physicist and Nobel Prize laureate The name is misspelled "Plank" on the display in TNG: "Conspiracy", but according to EAS policy the misspelling is ignored.
USS Mayflower   Ship that carried the first colonists to North America in 1620  
USS Mayflower
NCC-1621 (alt.)
  The registry is NCC-1621, although the Mayflower's journey was in 1620. Perhaps this takes into account that upon their arrival the settlers spent the winter aboard the ship?
USS Mediterranean Mediterranean Region around the Mediterranean Sea  
USS Mekong
NCC-72617
Danube River in Southeast Asia that flows south to the Chinese Sea  
USS Melbourne
NCC-62043
Excelsior City in Australia  
USS Menehune
NCC-52142
Steamrunner Hawaiian mythological figures ("dwarfs")  
SS Merchantman   -  
USS Merced Merced Uncertain There is a small river and a city of that name in Central California, but more likely the name refers to Lake Merced near Starfleet Headquarters.
USS Merrimack
NCC-61827
Nebula Ironclad warship (later CSS Virginia) that fought for the Confederacy in the American Civil War 1) This particular ship is actually spelt "Merrimack" (and not "Merrimac"), after the river Merrimack in northeastern USA.
2) Starfleet named the ship with a definite "Northern" bias, not choosing the name CSS Virginia that the ship bore during the battle with the USS Monitor.  
SS Milan NDT-50863   City in Italy Curiously, in the North Italian dialect the city of Milano is actually called Milan, just like the English version.
USS Minnow
NCC-19585
    A reference to Gilligan's Island.
USS Miranda Miranda Uncertain Presumably named for Prospero's daughter, a character in William Shakespeare's last play "The Tempest". This is the explanation given in the Star Trek Encyclopedia, although it seems too obscure. Miranda is also the name of a moon of Uranus, but this one was also named for the character.
USS Monitor
NCC-61826
Nebula Ironclad warship that fought for the Union in the American Civil War Note that USS Merrimack and USS Monitor have adjacent registries as a reconciling gesture (although in such a case they should have properly named the other ship "USS Virginia" instead of USS Merrimack).
USS Musashi   Miyamoto Musashi, a legendary Japanese samurai and swordsmith from the Tokugawa era, also name of a Japanese dreadnought of WW II that sunk during the Battle of Leyte Gulf on October 25, 1944  
USS Mustang
NCC-85343
  -  

 

N

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
USS Nash
NCC-2010-5
Sydney Unknown The ship was named for Eric Nash, motion control technician at Image G. Unless he is starting a great political career, Starfleet probably wouldn't remember him despite all his merits. Read about the strange registry here.
USS Nautilus
NCC-31910
Miranda Nautilus, Captain Nemo's vessel in Jules Verne's novel 20,000 Leagues under the Sea and/or USS Nautilus SSN-571, the first submarine to reach the North Pole  
USS Nebula Nebula -  
Neptune Neptune Roman god of the seas (Greek equivalent: Poseidon), also name of the eighth planet of the Sol system  
USS New Orleans New Orleans City in Louisiana, USA The "City of New Orleans" legend
USS Newton
NCC-1727
  Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727), English physicist, described the three laws of motion and laid the foundation for classical mechanics
USS Niagara Niagara Niagara Falls, at the border between USA and Canada, also name of a brig that defeated the British Navy at the Battle of Lake Erie during the War of 1812  
USS Neil Armstrong
NCC-31806
  Neil Armstrong (1930-2012), American astronaut and first man to set his foot on the Moon in 1969 See also USS Armstrong
USS Niels Bohr   Niels Bohr (1885-1962), Danish Physicist, Nobel Prize Winner  
USS Nightwing
NCC-8342
  Uncertain  
USS Non Sequitur
NCC-12999
  Uncertain  
USS Northridge   City in California, USA  
USS Norway Norway European country If it was meant as a homage to Norway (rather than to the passenger ship Norway which happened to be named France previously), it was counterproductive to use the English name instead of the native Norge.
USS Nobel
NCC-55012
Olympic Alfred Nobel (1833-1896), Swedish industrialist and initiator of the Nobel Prize  
SS Norkova   Uncertain  
USS Nova Nova    

 

O

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
USS Oberth Oberth Hermann Oberth (1894-1989), German scientist and rocket pioneer  
USS Odyssey
NCC-71832
Galaxy Homer's famous work about the journey of Odysseus, also name of the command module of Apollo 13 The dedication plaque reads: "Its origin and purpose, still a total mystery." This is a clear homage to the movie "2001 - A Space Odyssey". Nevertheless, I think the ship rather has a real-world namesake.
USS Odyssey  
SS Odin NGL-12535   Germanic god, also known as Wodan  
USS Okinawa
NCC-13958
Excelsior Japanese island in the Chinese Sea  
USS Olympia   Place in Greece, site of the ancient Olympic Games  
USS Olympic Olympic RMS Olympic, sister ship of the ill-fated Titanic  
USS Omaha, Nebraska
NCC-5252
  Largest city of Nebraska  
SS Oregon   State of the USA  
USS Orinoco
NCC-72905
Danube River in Venezuela  

 

P

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
USS Pasteur
NCC-58925
Olympic Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), French biologist It is uncertain whether the dedication plaque eventually really looked like this. Here, the ship has the false registry NCC-58928 and belongs to the Hope class.
USS Pearson
NCC-61956
Saber Uncertain One possible candidate is Lester B. Pearson (1897-1972), former Canadian Prime Minister, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for helping to resolve the Suez Crisis.
USS Pegasus
NCC-53847
Oberth Creature from Greek mythology, a winged horse  
USS Peregrine Peregrine Peregrine falcon (falco peregrinus) Although there are still other possibilities, it would be very fitting to name a small ship after a bird.
USS Peterson   Unknown Malone, Peterson and Clavyn (Clavin), the three ship names listed in Lt. Anaanda Ziff's personnel file, are all characters from "Cheers".
USS Philadelphia   City in Pennsylvania, USA  
USS Phoenix
NCC-65420
Nebula Creature from Greek mythology, a bird raising from the ashes, also name of Cochrane's first warp ship (2063) I rather don't think the name refers to the city in Arizona.
USS Portland
NCC-57418
Chimera City in Oregon, USA, or city in Maine, USA  
USS Potemkin
NCC-1657
Constitution Grigory Aleksandrovich Potemkin (1739-1791), Russian officer under Catherine II, also name of a Russian dreadnought of movie fame  
USS Potemkin
NCC-18253
Excelsior
USS Princeton
NCC-59804
Niagara City in New Jersey, USA, famous for its university, also a battle site of the American Revolution, name of a sloop-of-war built in 1843, the world's first warship to be powered by a steam-driven screw propeller, and name of a Ticonderoga-class cruiser (CG-59) The name for the USS Princeton of 1843 comes from Princeton, West Virginia, the hometown of Captain Robert F. Stockton, who first suggested her construction.
USS Prokofiev
NCC-68814
Andromeda Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953), Russian composer  
USS Prometheus
NCC-71201
Nebula Titan in Greek mythology, stole the fire from the gods and gave it to the humans While the registry NX-74913 on the dedication plaque suits the Prometheus class lead ship much better, it could never be identified on screen and is superseded by the clearly visible hull registry.
USS Prometheus
NX-59650
Prometheus
USS Proxima
NCC-61952
Nebula Proxima Centauri, the closest star to the Sol system  
USS Pueblo   Uncertain A pueblo is a traditional dwelling of several Native American tribes in the southwest USA, also a collective name for this nation. In addition, there is a city called Pueblo in Colorado. But it seems the intended namesake was the USS Pueblo, a US Navy intelligence vessel that was hijacked by North Korean forces in 1968.
USS Puget Sound
NCC-85343
  Sound in Washington State, home to a major US naval yard  

 

Q

No ships

 

R

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
USS Rabin
NCC-63923
Akira Yitzhak Rabin (1922-1995), Israeli prime minister  
USS Raman
NCC-29487
Oberth Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman (1888-1970), physicist, Nobel Prize in physics 1930  
(U)SS Raven
NAR-32450
  - Raven may refer to the novel by Edgar Allan Poe, but more likely the ship is just named for the bird.
USS Relativity NCV-474439-G Wells Theories of special and general relativity, conceived by Albert Einstein The ship's motto is, "The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once." (Albert Einstein)
USS Reliant
NCC-1864
Miranda -  
USS Renegade
NCC-63102
New Orleans -  
USS Renaissance Renaissance Epoch in European history (ca. 1400-1600)  
USS Republic
NCC-1371
Constitution -  
USS Repulse
NCC-2544
Excelsior British battlecruiser in WW II  
USS Revere
NCC-595
  Paul Revere (1734-1818), American participant in the Independence War  
USS Rio Grande
NCC-72452
Danube River in North America  
USS Rhode Island
NCC-72701
Nova State of the USA  
USS Rigel Rigel Brightest star in the constellation of Orion  
SS Robert Fox NFT-1327 Whorfin Federation ambassador of the 23rd century I wouldn't have named a ship for Robert Fox, but maybe most of his work was more successful than in TOS: "A Taste of Armageddon".
USS Robert Louis Stevenson
NCC-1281
  Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson (1850-1894), Scottish writer  
USS Roosevelt
NCC-2573
Excelsior Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) and/or Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945), Presidents of the United States  
USS Rubicon
NCC-72936
Danube River in Italy that became famous when Julius Caesar’s army crossed it in 49 B.C.  
USS Rutledge
NCC-57295
New Orleans Edward Rutledge (1749-1800) and/or John Rutledge (1739-1800), American politicians  

 

S

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
USS Saber Saber -  
SS Santa Maria BDR-529   Flagship of Christopher Columbus on his first journey 1492 The registry BDR-529 of the Santa Maria is an in-joke. It's the number plate of the Bluesmobile!
USS São Paulo
NCC-75633
Defiant City in Brazil 1) This ship was renamed to USS Defiant NX-74205.
2) Sisko's line "Hello, ship." is taken from the book and film The Sand Pebbles about the fictional gunboat San Pablo.
USS Sarajevo
NCC-38529
Istanbul Capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina  
USS Saratoga
NCC-1887
Miranda US Navy aircraft carriers USS Saratoga CV-3 and USS Saratoga CV-60  
USS Saratoga
NCC-31911
Miranda
USS Saratoga  
USS Sarek   Vulcan ambassador (2165-2368)  
USS Scovil
NCC-1598
  Jack Scovil, American astronaut Perhaps Scovil will make a famous flight that will be still remembered in the 24th century...
USS Seaquest   Unknown Well, I doubt that the TV series "SeaQuest DSV" will be *that* popular in the 24th century.
USS Seaview   - Seaview is the name of the submarine in the TV show "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea".
USS Sentinel   -  
USS Sequoia Sequoia Sequoia trees and Sequoia National Park, California, USA  
Shenandoah   River in North America  
USS Shenandoah
NCC-73024
Danube
USS Shepard Oberth Alan B. Shepard (1923-1998), American astronaut, first American in space  
USS Sherlock Holmes   Fictional character in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novels  
USS Shiku Maru   Uncertain Maru is a suffix appended to many Japanese ship names and also swords.
USS ShirKahr
NCC-31905
Miranda City on the planet Vulcan ShirKahr was only mentioned in TAS: "Yesteryear" as Spock's home city. The re-use of the name makes it canon.
USS Silversides   US Navy submarines USS Silversides SS-236 and USS Silversides SSN-679    
USS Sitak Miranda Unknown Obviously named for someone or something Vulcan. It is very unlikely that the name honors active Starfleet admiral (at that time) Sitak.
USS Sovereign Sovereign - The notion that the lead ship should actually be named "Royal Sovereign" is fandom bogus, although that name would be historically correct. 
USS Soyuz Soyuz Soviet/Russian spacecraft from the late 20th and early 21st century  
USS Spector
NCC-63898
Akira - Assuming the registries of Spector and Thunderchild were switched.
USS Springfield Springfield Uncertain There are many Springfields, but I am sure the class was named for Homer Simpson's hometown. Really.
USS Stargazer
NCC-2893
Constellation - The dedication plaque supposedly says: "To bring light into the darkness."
USS Steamrunner Steamrunner Uncertain There is no clue what this weird name could refer to. Designer Alex Jaeger intended to name the class “Streamrunner,” after a song by his favorite band Fold Zandura (obscure enough). However, someone later dropped the “r”.
USS Strata   Uncertain  
USS Suleiman   Suleiman I the Magnificent, (1494-1566), Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Name can be recognized in the remastered episode TNG-R: "Eye of the Beholder".
USS Sutherland
NCC-72015
Nebula Horatio Hornblower's ship in the novel Ship of the Line by C. S. Forester  
USS Sydney Sydney City in Australia  
USS Syracuse   City in Sicily, Italy or city in New York state Although it was probably not the intention, it may rather be the ancient city on Sicily (better: Siracusa) than the industrial city in New York.

 

T

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
SS T'Pau NSP-17938   Influential person on Vulcan in the 23rd century  
USS T'Kumbra Nebula Unknown Obviously named for someone or something Vulcan
T'Vran   Unknown Obviously named for someone or something Vulcan
USS Tannu Tuva
NCC-64924
Norway Mountain region between Mongolia and Russia  
USS Tecumseh
NCC-14934
Excelsior Shawnee Indian chief (1768-1813), directed Indian resistance to white rule in the Ohio River valley  
USS Thomas Paine
NCC-65530
New Orleans Thomas Paine (1737-1809), American politician  
USS Thunderchild
NCC-63549
Akira HMS Thunder Child, fictional vessel from H.G. Wells' novel The War of the Worlds Curiously, it is indeed "Thunder Child" (two words) in the novel.
USS Tian An Men
NCC-21382
Miranda Site where the Chinese democracy movement ended in a massacre in 1989  
USS Ticonderoga
NCC-87270
  Fort Ticonderoga in New York state  
USS Titan   Group of Greek mythological figures, also name of the largest moon of Saturn This may also refer to the missile used to launch Cochrane's warp ship, but unlike the Phoenix the name Titan isn't that prominent in the Trek Universe.
USS Tolstoy
NCC-62095
Rigel Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910), Russian author  
USS Tombaugh   Clyde William Tombaugh (1906-1997), American astronomer, discovered the planet Pluto in 1930  
USS Tranquility Base
NCC-19585
  Landing site of the Apollo 11 mission  
USS Trial   -  
USS Trieste
NCC-37124
Merced Bathyscaphe of Jacques Piccard and Italian harbor city  
USS Trinculo
NCC-71867
Galaxy Uncertain Trinculo is a character in Shakespeare's The Tempest (see also Miranda).
USS Tripoli
NCC-19386
Hokule'a Capital of Libya, site of a first battle of the US Marine Corps  
USS Truman Renaissance Harry S. Truman (1884-1972), President of the United States  
USS Truman (alt.)  
USS Tsiolkovsky
NCC-53911
Oberth Konstantin E. Tsiolkovsky (1857-1935), Soviet-Russian space pioneer Embarrassingly, the plaque reads "K.Z. Tsiopkovskiy".
USS Tycho
NCC-85103
  Craters on the Moon and on Mars, named for Tycho Brahe (1546-1601), Danish astronomer  

 

U

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
USS Ulysses
NCC-66808
Nebula Greek name Odysseus, Hero in the Greek Homer’s epics The Iliad and The Odyssey  
USS Umibozu   Sea spirit in Japanese mythology Name can be recognized in the remastered episode TNG-R: "Eye of the Beholder".
USS Unicorn   -  

 

V

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
SS Val Jean Ju'day(?) Jean Valjean, character from Victor Hugo's Les Misérables  
USS Valdemar
NCC-26198
Ambassador Unknown The intended namesake was Valdemar Poulson (1869-1942), inventor of the tape recorder. But aside from severe doubts that Starfleet would name one of its biggest ships for him, since when do they use people's first names? It seems more fitting to assume that the ship was named in honor of a King of Denmark, the most notable of whom would be Valdemar the Great (1131-1182).
SS Valiant   HMS Valiant, Royal Navy battleship, 1916-1948  
USS Valiant
NCC-1223
 
USS Valiant
NCC-74210
Defiant
USS Valiant
NCC-75416
 
USS Valkyrie
NCC-2590
Constellation Figures in Germanic mythology It is also a name of a ship in Jules Verne's Journey to the Centre of the Earth.
USS Valley Forge
NCC-43305
Excelsior Site in Pennsylvania where General George Washington’s troops spent a bitter winter during the American Revolutionary War, also a US Navy aircraft carrier USS Valley Forge CV-45 This is also the name of the starship in the movie "Silent Running".
USS Vengeance   - This is said to be a "Dreadnought-class" vessel, but I take it "dreadnought" is just a generic designation.
USS Venture
NCC-71854
Galaxy -  
USS Veracruz   City in Mexico  
SS Vico
NAR-18834
Oberth Giambattista Vico (1668-1744), Italian philosopher  
USS Victory
NCC-9754
Constellation HMS Victory, flagship of Admiral Horatio Nelson in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.   
USS Volga
NCC-73196
Danube River in Russia  
USS Voyager
NCC-74656
Intrepid Series of NASA planetary probes  

 

W

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
USS Wambundu Wambundu Uncertain The probably most mysterious ship name ever. Read here.
SS W.E.B. DuBois   American civil rights leader  
USS Wellington
NCC-33821
Niagara Arthur Wellesley, First Duke of Wellington (1769-1852), British politician, also name of New Zealand's capital  
USS Wells Wells H.G. Wells (1866-1946), author of The Time Machine  
USS White Sands
NAR-0002
  White Sands National Monument in New Mexico  
SS Wisconsin   State of the USA The ship's name can be read in TNG-R: "Inheritance". It was likely different in the original episode.
SS Whorfin Whorfin John Whorfin, captain of the historical vessel SS Buckaroo Banzai John Whorfin was listed as the captain of the SS Buckaroo Banzai on an Okudagram in TNG: "Up the Long Ladder". This was an in-joke referring to John Lithgow’s character in the film "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension". The in-joke was picked up in "Star Trek VI" as well as "Star Trek VII" by naming ships for Whorfin.
USS Whorfin
NCC-1024
 
SS Woden   Woden, also known as Wodan or Odin, Norse/Germanic god Woden is also a small city in Iowa.
USS Wolcott (alt.)   Uncertain
USS Wyoming
NCC-43730
Mediterranean State of the USA, also name of the battleship USS Wyoming BB-32  

 

X

No ships

 

Y

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
USS Yamaguchi
NCC-26510
Ambassador City in western Honshu, Japan No, I don't think that the ship was named for the figure skater. Another possible namesake, however, is Vice Admiral Tamon Yamaguchi (1892-1942), who was killed in the Battle of Midway. 
USS Yamato
NCC-71807
Galaxy Japanese battleship in WW II, sunk near Okinawa on April 7, 1945 Ship's quote: "I have sworn eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man." (Thomas Jefferson)
USS Yangtzee Kiang
NCC-72453
Danube Longest River of China  
USS Yeager
NCC-61947
Saber Chuck Yeager, American pilot, first to break the sound barrier in 1947 This registry, of course, is a homage to the date of the flight
USS Yeager
NCC-65674
   
USS Yellowstone
NCC-70073
Sequoia Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA  
USS Yellowstone
NX-74751
Danube
USS Yorkshire  Yorkshire County in northern England  
USS Yorktown
NCC-1717
Constitution US Navy aircraft carriers USS Yorktown CV-5 and USS Yorktown CV-10, both named for a battle site in Virginia during the American Revolutionary War  
USS Yorktown  
USS Yorktown
NCC-61137
Zodiac
USS Yosemite
NCC-19002
Oberth Yosemite National Park, California, USA  
USS Yukon
NCC-74602
Danube River in Alaska and Canada  
USS Yuri Gagarin
NCC-25306
  Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin (1934-1968), Soviet cosmonaut and first man in space  

 

Z

Name & registry Class Namesake Annotations
USS Zapata
NCC-33184
Surak Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919), Mexican revolutionary  
USS Zhukov
NCC-26136
Ambassador Unknown The intended namesake was Marshal Grigory Konstantinovich Zhukov (1896-1974). But we have to bear in mind that this man issued to his troops the command to rape and kill any German civilians they meet. Previous German war crimes in the Soviet Union are clearly no justification for that, so I take the right to deny him the honor of having a ship named for him.
USS Zodiac Zodiac -  

 

Credits

Some information taken from The Mighty Monkey of Mim's Ship List and Spike's Star Trek Page. Thanks to Maarten Diesen, Jan-Patrick Ziegler, Kyle Hill, Juan Carlos Holmes, Jeff, CJ Sitter, Dan Carlson, Thorsten, G2K, Marcin Synak, James Wade, Gregory Sheets, Raskol, Jonathan Doorse, GARba, Triton, Eugene Chan, Benjamin Recchie, Joseph Guendert, Ruben Hilbers, Micah Haber, Martin Blakey, Tyler, Bob Durie, Brian, Shik, Matt Chin and Weili Wang for additional hints and to Stacy Smith for two dedication plaques (from the Christie's auction catalogue).

 


Ships @ Spike's Star Trek Page

Dedication plaques @ Memory Alpha

 


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