Celestra-Class Heavy Transport/ Science Ship (BSG)
About this creation
THIS HAS BEEN TRANSFERED FROM MY OLD SITE
Celestra is a deep space exploration vessel filled with scientific laboratories, research equipment and advanced sensor systems. It also features a long-range FTL drive for distant travel and designed to function for years without resupply of fuel reserves and life support. The Celestra seems to be a carry-over design similar in appearance to the "Electronics Ship" seen in the original series.
LENGTH: 650 meters (?)
TONNAGE: 4.2 million tons
SPEED: 0.2C sub-light (?)
POWER: Tylium Reactors
STANDARD CREW: 150
CARGO CAPACITY: 75,000 metric tons
CONSUMABLE: 12 months
MANEUVERABILITY: class C [bad]
HULL/ARMOR: 2 to 3 meters
POINT DIVERTERS: 20%
SENSORS: Short/Medium range, sub-light, 200,000 m^3/s
SCANNERS: C at 300,000 kilometers
WEAPONS: 1 Proton Energizer
13 Telview Extensions
FIGHTERS: 6 Landram surface transports
6 Mk. VI space shuttles
I dont think i have made the whole ship seeing as i only have on reference pic.
Forward view showing the hangar.
Straight on, "CCHHHH...Uh flight, slappin' the deck in 5..CCHHHH"
lazilly cruising past.
the deck greebles and the rear radiators, and main tower with communications.
a main view of the little stickey-outy-bits, [no IDEA of what they could be!]
The engines, [came across a pi and saw them, but couldn't save it 'cause the net service wouldn't allow it.]
The main tower, The Rear THING, deck greebles and the other stickey-outy-thing [ Nope, Still no idea...]
the main deck.
the whole front area as well, with the grill bit like in the picture.
another gracious shot.
My one reference pic, i stumbled across it and decided to build it in LDD, But, i don't think i will buy it 'cause it is $145.00."yay, first on the net"
Nice job! I think an interior would be pretty cool so thats why it's not a "perfect" score. My Magnus Formica LDD moc would cost close to a thousand dollars if I were to buy it, so I feel your pain.
No interior. (-1)
Could have a bit more detail. (-1)
3/5: overall, it's a good moc.