Kankurur class G-Carrier

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Kankurur class G-Carrier
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Tech Level 15
Mass 236Kl
Cost Mcr11.858
Mode Flight
Speed 240kph
Cargo 2 tons
Crew 1
Passengers 5
Armament None

The Scout survey Kankurur class G-Carrier was designed in 1095; the first model was commissioned in 1097. Individual models are named after significant life forms on member worlds of the Imperium. The Kankurur is a large bird of prey native to Vland.

The vehicle uses Tech level 15 construction throughout, with features to support both survey and exploration missions with full crews.

It is covered in a 1cm thickness of light weight composite laminate to provide protection from external threats. With its fuel supply of 6,480 liters, the G-Carrier has an operational duration of 360 hours.

The G-carriers sealed environment can be pressurized to provide full life support for its crew. An airlock in the aft section opens to the roof as well as aft. A galley, four fold-up bunks, and a fresher allow extended missions. On the bridge, the basic controls are computer enhanced to increase the efficiency and safety of operation. EMS active and passive sensors, a neutrino sensor, and a densitometer give a full range of information to the surveyors on board. A Meson Communicator allows near-instant contact with any other station within planetary range.

Beside the pilot and five passengers, the G-carrier can carry 1 ton or cargo in the main cabin and 1 ton in the airlock. Unloaded, the craft weighs 72 tons; with crew and maximum cargo it weighs 100 tons.

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