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If sufficiently dense, trititanium can block the [[sensor|sensor probes]] of a {{ShipClass|Constitution}} [[starship]]. ({{TOS|Journey to Babel}})
 
If sufficiently dense, trititanium can block the [[sensor|sensor probes]] of a {{ShipClass|Constitution}} [[starship]]. ({{TOS|Journey to Babel}})
   
{{bginfo|According to [[Gene Roddenberry]] in his [[novelization]] of ''[[Star Trek: The Motion Picture (novel)|Star Trek: The Motion Picture]]'', trititanium is the material from which the hull of the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} is made.|Trititanium may be the same substance as [[tritanium]], although this has never been [[canon]]ically established.}}
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{{bginfo|While the name is similar, according to the ''[[Star Fleet Medical Reference Manual]]'' (page 19), trititanium is not the same substance as [[tritanium]]. According to the book trititanium was first discovered on [[Motherlode]] in [[2184]].|According to the [[novelization]] of ''[[Star Trek: The Motion Picture (novel)|Star Trek: The Motion Picture]]'' by [[Gene Roddenberry]], the hull hull of the refitted {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} was made of trititanium.}}
   
 
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You may also be looking for tritium, titanium or tritanium.

Trititanium is a type of material used in the construction of Orion scout ship hulls.

If sufficiently dense, trititanium can block the sensor probes of a Template:ShipClass starship. (TOS: "Journey to Babel")

While the name is similar, according to the Star Fleet Medical Reference Manual (page 19), trititanium is not the same substance as tritanium. According to the book trititanium was first discovered on Motherlode in 2184.
According to the novelization of Star Trek: The Motion Picture by Gene Roddenberry, the hull hull of the refitted USS Enterprise was made of trititanium.

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