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Katheryn
The sister ship of the Roderik
About this creation
The Katheryn is complete! This ship is the sister ship of the U.S.S. Roderik, and is a great improvement to it's sibling. The U.S.S. Katheryn is longer, wider, taller, more heavily manned, armed and has a small shuttle, unlike the Roderik.

The Katheryn has two bridge crew, two science officers and a commanding officer. She is primarily a scientific vessel, and is therefore very lightly armed with six low-power phasers. Her shielding and sensors are the most powerful seen in T-SEC's fleet, and her engines are a combination of the standard Alpha-class impulse engines and Gamma-class interstellar thrusters.

The Katheryn has living space for five crew members, but she can accommodate up to eight personnel in an emergency. She comes with the standard MunchaMax Food Repricator, (marketed and distributed by Earl Gray Inc.) and toilet unit. She lacks, however, a bathing unit. Two extravehicular suits are stored onboard, and an airlock is installed. The Katheryn also come with two specimen-collecting sails, similar in design to solar sails, but not used for propulsion. The Katheryn also has two forward-facing headlights, two comm dishes and a powerful tractor beam.

The Beta-class shuttle is located on top of the Katheryn and can accommodate up to five passengers lying down. The shuttle comes with standard impulse thrusters, two hatches, forward facing headlights, two light phasers, and a small tractor beam.



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   The U.S.S. Katheryn with her crew.



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   First Science Officer Brian Brents, hydroponics and expert of dark matter
Second Science Officer Jamie Orlando, computer programmer and naturalist
Commanding Officer Douglas T. McDarrel, Captain
Katie Rook, bridge and medical officer
John Bridgewell, engineer and bridge officer



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   The whole ship.



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   The bridge. Note the headlight under the viewscreen.



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   Side view.



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   Overhead.



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   The thrusters and the airlock.



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   The airlock open and the stairs deployed.



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   Coolent piping, comm dish and tractor beam.



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   The shuttle embeded in the ship.



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   The port SCS (specimal collecting sail) compartment.



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   Panels open...



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   ...arm extended...



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   ...and the sails deployed.



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   The shuttle by itself.



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   The landing gear down.



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   Overhead.



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   Back view.



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   Upper hatch.



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   Without the roof. The lower hatch is at the rear.



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   The shuttle can be accessed from the main ship through the lower hatch.



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   The Katheryn without her roof.



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   All the seperate parts: main ship, roof, air recycler, shuttle.



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   The shuttle is a bit cramped.



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   The crew at work.



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   The bridge.



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   John Bridgewell gets some rest.



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   The suits are stored above the food repricator.



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   A slightly better view.



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   Nature's calling.



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   The air recycler...



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   ...is removable.



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   The Science Lab with a hydroponics module, chemist tube, and various computers.



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   The narrow engine room.



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   Another view of the airlock.



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   The underside of the Katheryn, the only place with true greebles.



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   Seen here are the forward VTOL thrusters, main comm dish and life support.



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   The landing gear, stairs, rear VTOL thrusters, and lots of sensors.



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   The landing gear engaged.



Comments

 I like it 
  August 27, 2013
That's amazing and beautiful!! you should add a buddy photo! =)
 I like it 
  April 4, 2012
hell, that's awesome!! that's exactly how i pictured my favourite ship design! i'll try not to copy anything :D
 I like it 
  September 28, 2009
awesome
 I like it 
  September 3, 2008
Wow, thats abaolutly cool. I don't know how it got 3 stars, probably from a-holes rating without commenting. That sickens me that this thing has only a 3. It's amazing. Plz Rate my MOCs
 I like it 
  October 10, 2007
I really like this ship. it is really really good. like really really really good. i love the landing gears and the colour scheme and the backstory etc.etc. I IS A-MAZING.
 I like it 
  July 2, 2006
oops... Reviewed the wrong MOC... So.. "So simple yet so complex!" :P
Nathan Wells
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William Fratari
  April 29, 2004
This is so good I give it a five even though it's a pointless scientific vessel!
 I like it 
  March 26, 2004
OH-MY-GOD, so good MOC. Funny thing, I'm making MOC that has same kind of basic structure (Especially the front). You have picked excelent colors for this beatiful MOC. *Stands up and claps hands*
 I like it 
  August 3, 2003
Very nice, I like the fact that you could make the inside look just as detailed as the outside. Well done.
 
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