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CNS Super Destroyer
Guess what just came through the jump point? A Caledonian Naval Service (CNS) Super Destroyer -- the latest build of the 'roid ship yards. Bonus shots of a mineral extraction facility.
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CNS Destroyer



Note the pinnace flight bay lock located mid center.

Orbital Extraction Facility -- Bonus














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 I made it 
  October 17, 2013
Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde Nice idea for the propulsion system, pretty elegant. Looks like a way to sneak silently past enemy lines! With that organic hull it somehow looks like a spaceborn killer whale, bye, bye, Draggones! ;-)
Thanks Edge!
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  October 17, 2013
Quoting El Barto ! Nice job on that main pic!
Glad you like it, been a while since this thing was posted...
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  October 17, 2013
Quoting Nick White Very cool!
Thanks!
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  October 17, 2013
Nice idea for the propulsion system, pretty elegant. Looks like a way to sneak silently past enemy lines! With that organic hull it somehow looks like a spaceborn killer whale, bye, bye, Draggones! ;-)
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  October 16, 2013
Nice job on that main pic!
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  September 4, 2013
Very cool!
 I made it 
  May 28, 2011
I have not thought about this much -- I may have to go back and do some GIMPing.
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  May 28, 2011
Surprised you haven't gone back and photoedited this one?
Ron L. Mitchell
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Keith Goldman
  May 4, 2011
Outstanding work, it didn't look like LEGO from the thumbnail. Great hull shape!
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  May 4, 2011
Quoting Keith Goldman Outstanding work, it didn't look like LEGO from the thumbnail. Great hull shape!
Thank You Sir -- that means quite a bit to me. Thanks!
 I made it 
  May 4, 2011
Quoting JWG 258 Interesting spaceship. Could you elaborate further on the propulsion method?
The "drive" essentially hooks onto the underlying gravity waves found through out space and most especially around planets and stars. It can either "surf" the "waves" of a star system or create a "variable harmonic" that can either force the ship out of the gravity well or inward toward the star. For interstellar travel it relies on gravity waves that connect stars with each other -- the only problem is that not all stars are connected nor are all stars connected with their close proximity neighbors. The "paddle wheel" design was one of the first gravity drives followed several decades later by the "impeller" drive. Current research and development is focused on a "variable immersion" design.
 I made it 
  March 5, 2011
Quoting El Barto ! Just read what you wrote about the drive system. Sounds like that's exactly how the Cylon Baseships must move. Battlestar Wiki didn't even offer a theory as to how they moved, but this seems like a great answer!
I love Sci-Fi and have read from Asimov to Zelazny. I also enjoy reading science journals and have fun coming up with various ideas...
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  March 4, 2011
Just read what you wrote about the drive system. Sounds like that's exactly how the Cylon Baseships must move. Battlestar Wiki didn't even offer a theory as to how they moved, but this seems like a great answer!
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  March 3, 2011
This is actually a pretty clean ship from the top! 4/5.
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  February 16, 2011
This is exactely the shape I love !!!! Super cool ship !!
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  January 29, 2011
The ship almost looks like some sort of creature almost.
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  December 2, 2010
Interesting spaceship. Could you elaborate further on the propulsion method?
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  November 29, 2010
Quoting El Barto ! Wicked! Great shape!
Thank you, Sir. And before anyone asks where the "engines" are, it uses a "reaction-less drive" which requires no reaction mass for propulsion. Instead it uses a field manipulation drive. The four extensions from the hull create what is in effect four giant paddle wheels.
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  November 28, 2010
Wicked! Great shape!
 
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