Shores of Hazeron


Warbler Shuttlecraft

Warbler Shuttlecraft by Henri
DESCRIPTION

The Warbler Personel Shuttlecraft, for cruising around the system in style. This version has a gravity drive.


ATMOSPHERIC SPACESHIP
Minimum Manufacture Quality 1
Estimated Cost 63,000¢ Using Q1 Components
Landing Orientation: Land on Belly, with +Z Up

HULL
Metal Q1 Construction
Armor 0.41 Absorbs 9%+13hp Damage
Framework 59% of Structure
1,545m³ Volume
30m Length
43m Width
16m Height
195,597kg Mass
165,379kg Equipment
140kg Fuel
30,078kg Hull
Model Size
3,449 Faces
5,020 Triangles

ENGINEERING
525m³ Maneuver Drive
Gravity Drive Module Q1
375m/sec² Acceleration
60m/sec² Vertical Acceleration
Power Consumption
0.0236 Terawatts Idling: Life Support, Maneuver Drive, Sensor Powered On.
0.0024 Terawatts Holding: Life Support, Sensor Powered On. Maneuver Drive Holding.
12m³ Capacitor
Capacitor Module Q1
Storage 1.49 Terajoules.
10m³ Power Plant
Hydrogen Power Plant Module Q1
Ouput 0.11 Terawatts
Capacitor Fill Time 18 sec While Idling

FUEL
2m³ Fuel Cell
70 Units of Hydrogen (H²)
0.3 days at 203.56 Units H² per Real Day Idling
3.3 days at 21.05 Units H² per Real Day Holding

AVIONICS
Command And Control Module Q1
Engineer Console 1, Part Id 10
Helm Station, Part Id 43
Status Displays
2m³ Life Support
Life Support Gravity Module Q1

CREW
2 Crew Stations

QUARTERS
2 Crew Berths

HOLD
43m³ Storage Space
Room for 506 Commodities
Room for 0 TEUs

DAMAGE CONTROL
989 Total Hit Points
912 Structure Hit Points
780 Framework
1 Fuel Cell
9 Hold
122 Hull
77 Equipment Hit Points
1 Capacitor
2 Command and Control
1 Life Support
72 Maneuver Drive
1 Power Plant

MANUFACTURE
Estimated Build Time 34 seconds.
2 Capacitor Module
2 Command And Control Module
9 Electronic Part
73 Gravity Drive Module
2 Hydrogen Power Plant Module
1 Life Support Gravity Module
1 Mechanical Part
140 Metal
13 Plastic
4 Textiles
Electricity
Fitting Wrench
Glue Gun
Hammer
Sewing Needle
Soldering Iron
Wrench
2 Stars from One Review


Mon Aug 31 14:27:56 2020 GMT
Breckle HOIOPB
I kept falling through the entrance ramp which had no thickness. Otherwise the ship did its job.