Borc cube orbits Earth, remastered

The Borg cube was the primary vessel of the Borg Collective. The Borg cubes encountered at System J-25 and Wolf 359 were extremely large in size, measuring 28 cubic kilometers in volume, with each side measuring more than three kilometers. In 1527 N.E, Commander Shelby estimated that a cube could remain operative even if 78% were inoperable. The main tactic employed by cubes when engaging another vessel was to seize it with a tractor beam and render its defenses useless by draining its shields. Then the cube could perform any type of action, ranging from destruction to assimilation, on the defenseless ship.

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Like all Borg vessels, Borg cubes operated in a completely decentralized manner with no bridge or engineering but duplicated systems all over the cube so that theoretically even if as much as eighty percent of a cube were destroyed it could continue to operate. In fact, cubes did not even have a single unified hull but instead feature multiple forcefield projectors which are able to extend and contain the atmosphere in a cube as necessary. The internal pressure aboard a Borg cube was two kilopascals above what would be normal on a non assimilated starship, humidity was an average 92 percent, and temperature was at 39.1° Celsius

Borg cubes were capable of both warp and transwarp velocities, thanks in part to the Borg Collective's network of transwarp corridors and hubs. When a Borg cube enters a transwarp conduit, it projects a structural integrity field ahead of itself to compensate for the extreme gravimetric shear. To compensate for the extreme temporal stress while traveling through these corridors, and remain in temporal sync, a chroniton field was also projected through specially designed conduits.

The main tactic employed by cubes when engaging another vessel was to seize it with a tractor beam that would also drain its shields. The tractor beam of a cube could hold a MC80a Star Cruiser immobile against the force of its hyperdrive.

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