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'''Trititanium''' is a type of material used in the construction of [[Orion (species)|Orion]] [[Orion scoutship|scoutship]] [[hull]]s.
 
'''Trititanium''' is a type of material used in the construction of [[Orion (species)|Orion]] [[Orion scoutship|scoutship]] [[hull]]s.
   
Trititanium, if sufficiently dense, can block the sensor probes of a Constitution-class starship. ([[TOS]]: "[[Journey to Babel]]")
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Trititanium, if sufficiently dense, can block the [[sensors|sensor probes]] of a [[Constitution class|''Constitution''-class]] [[starship]]. ([[TOS]]: "[[Journey to Babel]]")
   
 
:''According to [[Gene Roddenberry]], trititanium is the material from which the hull of the [[USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)|USS ''Enterprise'']] is made of in his novelization of ''[[Star Trek: The Motion Picture (novel)|Star Trek: The Motion Picture]]''.
 
:''According to [[Gene Roddenberry]], trititanium is the material from which the hull of the [[USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)|USS ''Enterprise'']] is made of in his novelization of ''[[Star Trek: The Motion Picture (novel)|Star Trek: The Motion Picture]]''.

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

Trititanium, if sufficiently dense, can block the sensor probes of a Constitution-class starship. (TOS: "Journey to Babel")

According to Gene Roddenberry, trititanium is the material from which the hull of the USS Enterprise is made of in his novelization of Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
Trititanium may be the same substance as tritanium, although this has never been canonically established.
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