MV-422-B "Surveyor" Civilian Light Miner

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MV-422-B "Surveyor" Civilian Light Miner
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Ship Class Light Fighter
Built by Civilian
Technical information
Guns/Turrets 5 / 0
Opt. weapon class 6
Max. weapon class 6
Other equipment
Hull strength 5,200
Max. shield class 8
Cargo space 55 units
Nanobots/Batteries 45/45
Max. impulse speed 80 m/s
Max. thrust speed 199 m/s
Max. cruise speed 425 m/s
Power output 8,500 u
Power recharge 1,000 u/s
Additional information
Ship price $1,480,000
Package price $1,509,090

DSCore: Surveyor

An old design that has been continuously updated and upgraded, the Surveyor is one of the few ships that still has its roots back in Sol. A large number of these vessels was loaded on each sleeper ship, designed to allow the fledgling colonies to quickly send out scouts, in order to seek out resources that could be used to make the new colonies prosper. Lightly armed and armored, these craft depend more on agility than endurance to perform their jobs.

Typically armed with a limited number of concussion torpedoes, a few light blasters, a small mining laser and sampling equipment, a Surveyor's primary task is to seek out the richest pockets of high grade resources, so the larger mining vessels can come in and harvest them. The torpedoes are generally used to break up larger asteroids, but threatened miners have been known to employ them defensively. Cheap to operate, a number of companies have begun using the Surveyor as an auxiliary mining vessel, using it to speed up existing mining operations without risking more costly assets.

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