Magellan class

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Magellan class (SFC)

The Magellan class space liner, with a capacity of 260 passengers and an advanced fission drive, entered service in 2048, and remained in service for six decades. When the class first started service as a luxury spaceliner, the travel time among the planets was measured in weeks, so the class was designed with all the amenities of comfortable long-duration travel. Its level of excellence set a standard which even the galactic starliners of the 23rd century were hard-pressed to equal. The class was removed from service in 2108.[1]

Magellan class vessels

Specifications

Length 100m
  • Engine Section: 38.2m
  • Passenger Section: 58.2m
Diameter 30.9m
  • Engine Section: 18m
  • Passenger Section: 16m
Mass 2 million kg
Fuel Capacity 1.1 million kg
Passengers 260
Crew 30

Performance

Range 800 million km (Earth to asteroid belt)
Velocity (Cruising) 50,000m/second
Engines Multi-Configured Advanced Fission
Typical Voyage Length 3 weeks
Passenger Accommodations
  • 3 dining rooms
  • 2 nightclubs
  • 1 theater/auditorium
  • Low-grav gymnasium
  • Rear stellar observatory

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Magellan class (SFC)

The Magellan class space liner, with a capacity of 260 passengers and an advanced fission drive, entered service in 2040, and remained in service for nearly four decades. When the class first started service as a luxury spaceliner, the travel time among the planets was measured in weeks, so the class was designed with all the amenities of comfortable long-duration travel. Its level of excellence set a standard which even the galactic starliners of the 23rd century were hard-pressed to equal. The class was removed from service in 2079.[1]

Magellan class vessels

Specifications

Length 100m
  • Engine Section: 38.2m
  • Passenger Section: 58.2m
Diameter 30.9m
  • Engine Section: 18m
  • Passenger Section: 16m
Mass 2 million kg
Fuel Capacity 1.1 million kg
Passengers 260
Crew 30

Performance

Range 800 million km (Earth to asteroid belt)
Velocity (Cruising) 50,000m/second
Engines Multi-Configured Advanced Fission
Typical Voyage Length 3 weeks
Passenger Accommodations
  • 3 dining rooms
  • 2 nightclubs
  • 1 theater/auditorium
  • Low-grav gymnasium
  • Rear stellar observatory

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