The sky's the limit when it comes to the amazing spacecraft in your favorite sci-fi series. Take our quiz to see how much you know about the vessels your favorite characters use to zip across the galaxy.
Han Solo piloted the Millennium Falcon with his co-pilot Chewie. The Millennium Falcon may not look like much, but she did the Kessel Run in under 12 parsecs.
George Lucas and his design team were inspired by a half-eaten hamburger when designing the Millennium Falcon.
On "Doctor Who," the Doctor travels in an interstellar time machine known as the TARDIS.
The TARDIS is disguised as a blue police call box. Fortunately, it's much larger on the inside than it looks from the outside and includes a library and swimming pool.
In the classic "Star Trek" series, Capt. James T. Kirk leads his crew on a five-year mission aboard the USS Enterprise.
In 2285, Kirk took the Enterprise on a trip to rescue Spock near the Genesis Planet. The trip ended with the destruction of the Enterprise.
"The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" features the space vessel Heart of Gold, which is powered by the Infinite Improbability Drive.
During the launch ceremony for the ship, galaxy president Zaphod Beeblebrox steals the vessel and goes in search of the planet Magrathea.
Adama and President Laura Roslin led a crew aboard the Battlestar Galactica in the 2004 TV series of the same name.
The Satellite of Love is named after a song by Lou Reed.
Peter Quincy Taggart serves as commander of the NSEA Protector in the 1999 film "Galaxy Quest."
Wonder Woman's famous invisible jet plane went "on display" at the National Air and Space Museum in 2015.
The transport ship on "Firefly" is called Serenity and is also featured in the 2005 film of the same name.
Capt. Turanga Leela leads a crew of delivery men aboard the USS Planet Express ship on the animated sci-fi series.
Neo boards the Nebuchadnezzar — piloted by Morpheus — in the film "The Matrix."
A very dedicated botanist rides aboard the Valley Forge in the 1972 film "Silent Running."
The White Star in "Babylon 5" first appears in the season three episode "Matters of Honor."
The Romulan Warbird is the largest and most powerful of all Romulan spacecraft and measures twice as long as the USS Enterprise.
HAL 9000 operates the nuclear-powered Discovery One on "2001: A Space Odyssey."
The crew on "Alien" experiences a truly terrifying encounter of the too-close kind aboard the Nostromo.
On "Star Trek," the crew of the Enterprise first encounters the Borg cube near system J-25 in the Delta Quadrant.
The Bird of Prey is one of the smaller Klingon vessels, supporting only a few dozen crew, which pales in comparison to the much larger Enterprise.
The Constitution-class USS Defiant appears in "Deep Space Nine" and "Star Trek: First Contact."
Capt. Jean-Luc Picard commands the Enterprise on "The Next Generation," years after Kirk and company had completed their five-year mission.
The USS Voyager, which appears on both "Deep Space Nine" and "Voyager," is part of the Intrepid class of spacecraft.
On "The Empire Strikes Back," evil Darth Vader travels aboard his Super Star Destroyer Executor.
In the "Star Wars" franchise, TIE fighters are single-pilot fighter jets designed for dogfighting.
The vessel Slave I is originally owned by Jango Fett, who passes it to his son, bounty hunter Boba Fett.
The moon-sized Death Star represents a terrifying and potent weapon for the Empire.
The second Death Star is constructed near Endor but is destroyed when the Millennium Falcon launches an attack against its reactor core.