All Comet Class ships are named after famous and discovered comets.
For details, please check below.
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Name: Comet-class fast attack ship
Origin: Allied Star Forces/Space Combat Force
Manufacturer: Cirris Allied States Military Shipyard, Lagrange Point 5, Cirris orbit (initial construction yard)
Type: Interstellar anti-ship/anti-fighter attack ship
Control System: Bridge w/virtual control stations
Length: 136 meters
Width: 44 meters
Main Drive: 1 x 1.4 GW
Secondary Powerplant: 1 x 6500 KW
Main Thrusters: 5 x Thermonuclear Fusion Engines
Acceleration: 3.6 g (maximum space acceleration)/1.5 light years per minute (faster-than-light capability)
Onboard Sensors: ECM, ECCM, fire control radar, hyperspatial distortion detectors, lidar, low-light, magnetometer, microwaves, motion detectors, radcounter, search radar, target analyzer, telescope
Fixed Armament: 18 x PD laser turrets, 9 x heavy electromagnetic projectile guns, 3 x long-range anti-ship missile launchers, 2 x long-range anti-ship laser cannons
Additional Armament/Compliment: 56 crew, 12 officers
Defensive Systems: Screen deflectors, PD laser turrets
Equipment: Artificial gravity system, interstellar communication system, escape pod system, satellite uplink, hyperspace generator
Commissioned: 07/01/2887 (AFWS Hailey)
Ships of Class: AFWS Hailey, AFWS Hale-Bopp, AFWS Shoemaker-Levy, AFWS Hyakutake, 1004 others in service
Well said and thanks sir! He loved it! It suited him and he was a chuffed bunny!!
As you have pointed out - all the specs meet the design! I am glad you get that too
Let you in on the turrets. All the ones on the exterior can splay out to fire on the flanks! Imagine that!!
Thanks sir That is what I was aiming for when I did this - I wanted it to feel brutal
Your visits are jems sir
Cheers for looking sir
Ah, memories ...
*fiddles with stuff*
AH! That's a lot better. I can see and appreciate the details, now. Nice lil' torp corvette. You might consider getting a calibrator for your monitor, like this:
It could really help in making sure that WE see what YOU see on your monitor.
Anyway, coolio ship!
Damn - different res - my monitor on my old dell...well....
Lesson learned - cheers sir
If not, it's ok, I understand if you don't want to do point commissions.