Companion class

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Companion class (SFC)

The Companion class, which entered service in 2041, was one of the most utilized escort ships during the period of intensive development and testing that resulted in humanity's interstellar spaceflight capability. From advanced fusion performance testing to warp drive prototype escort, the Companion class provided reliable backup for generations of new spacecraft. Upon decommissioning from regular service in 2110, the class was renovated and served as the official interplanetary carrier for the President of the United Earth Republic.[1]

Companion class vessels

Specifications

Length 156m
  • Engine Section: 78m
  • Life Support Section: 40m
Diameter 37.9m
  • Engine Section: 37.9m
  • Life Support Section: 29m
  • Forward Sensor: 18m
Mass 6.9 million kg
Ship's Complement
  • 4 Officers
  • 16 Enlisted Crew

Performance

Range Up to 6 billion km
Velocity (Cruising) 6000m/second
Velocity (Maximum) 9500m/second
Engine 2 advanced fission thrusters
Fuel Capacity 1.5 million kg

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Companion class (SFC)

The Companion class, which entered service in 2033, was one of the most utilized escort ships during the period of intensive development and testing that resulted in humanity's interstellar spaceflight capability. From advanced fusion performance testing to warp drive prototype escort, the Companion class provided reliable backup for generations of new spacecraft. Upon decommissioning from regular service in 2080, the class was renovated and served as the official interplanetary carrier for the Secretary General of the United Nations.[1]

Companion class vessels

Specifications

Length 156m
  • Engine Section: 78m
  • Life Support Section: 40m
Diameter 37.9m
  • Engine Section: 37.9m
  • Life Support Section: 29m
  • Forward Sensor: 18m
Mass 6.9 million kg
Ship's Complement
  • 4 Officers
  • 16 Enlisted Crew

Performance

Range Up to 6 billion km
Velocity (Cruising) 6000m/second
Velocity (Maximum) 9500m/second
Engine 2 advanced fission thrusters
Fuel Capacity 1.5 million kg

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