Atlas (battlestar)

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Atlas (battlestar)
[[Image:|275px|Atlas (battlestar)]]
Race: Colonial
Type: Military
FTL: Yes
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Fate: Presumed destroyed
Emblem: [[Image:{{{patch}}}|175px|Ship's patch]]
Other Images: Gallery
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The battlestar's name on a list.

Atlas is a battlestar in the Colonial Fleet.

The ship's name is noted in a list of other battlestars in Gaius Baltar's office at the Ministry of Defense (Battlestar Galactica: Origins 1).

Notes

  • Due to the typeface, the names on the list are nearly unreadable.
  • In a previous panel, the name seems to read Atus.
  • In Greek mythology, Atlas is a Titan who was punished by Zeus to hold up the sky.
  • Atlas also refers to a collection of maps traditionally held in book form.