DU5-7Y "Hegemon" Asteroid Miner

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BlueWarningTriangle.png This page has been retired but kept for historical or other reasons, The information on this page may be incorrect, out of date or just not relevant to this version of Discovery. It should not be taken as canon nor any authority on the current version of Discovery. It is kept simply to show some history of the Discovery Mod:
With the introduction of DSCore (25th Febuary 2019) (Discovery Freelancer Version 4.91 Patch 5), Ship statistic pages and Ship pages will not be updated anymore. Or not regularly atleast. They will be kept for historical reasons. DSCore will give you the most up-to-date info you can get about almost everything you need to know about Ship and Equipment statistics.

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DU5-7Y "Hegemon" Asteroid Miner
Dsy mining.png
Ship Class Transport
Built by Civilian
Technical information
Guns/Turrets 0 / 10
Opt. weapon class 4
Max. weapon class 4
Other equipment
Hull strength 145,000
Max. shield class 7
Cargo space 2,750 units
Nanobots/Batteries 600/600
Max. impulse speed 100 m/s
Max. thrust speed 160 m/s
Max. cruise speed 350 m/s
Power output 70,000 u
Power recharge 6,000 u/s
Additional information
Ship price $17,500,000
Package price $18,100,090

DSCore: Hegemon

The venerable Hegemon has been in service for many decades with only minor changes to the design. Every few years, a new power core gets swapped in, the shield generators get upgraded, and the windows get polished, but otherwise the core elements have stayed the same since 720 A.S. This is mostly because, until the development of the Annapurna, the Hegemon had no competition, due to its continuing good performance. The ship's sheer bulk makes it difficult to move, but is necessary to house the integrated mineral processing machinery. However, this is usually a worthwhile trade off, since factories will pay a premium for high-purity materials.


  • This ship is too large to use docking bays, it must use mooring points.


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