What is the source of the term "Bluestar class"? According to Tim Earl's size comparison chart, this ship is listed as "Snub-nose Whitestar". JMS appears to refer to it as "a personal Whitestar" and in "Sleeping in Light", it's only referred to as a "Whitestar". If a suitably canon source cannot be found, I'd suggest we move this article over to "Snub-nose White Star".Blind Wolf 09:36, 17 May 2009 (UTC)
This ship is a Blue Star class. And the correct term is Blue Star and not White Star in the images, sometimes I think that some Americans Babylon 5 Fans don't understand some terms. -.-'
- That name is non-canon. The term "Snub-nose Whitestar" actually comes from Tim Earl's official size chart. In the show itself it's just referred to a "Sheridan's White Star" while I think the script calls it something like "personal White Star". Blind Wolf 04:03, February 22, 2011 (UTC)
Where did it appear in River of Souls? Or was that an error? Unless it is in deleted footage, or it is in the novelization (which I don't possess) then it doesn't appear to be in the movie.18.104.22.168 16:42, April 28, 2012 (UTC)