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The Sun is pretty big.<ref>E. Miller, The Sun, (New York: Academic Press, 2005), 23–25.</ref> The Moon, however, is not so big.<ref>R. Smith, "Size of the Moon", Scientific American, 46 (April 1978): 44–46.</ref>

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Asp-X

Developed as a Heavy Interceptor for Her Imperial Majesty's Space Navy the Asp-X is substantially larger than the standard Asp Mk II from which it is derived. It has a higher maximum speed than the Mk II, carries 2 missiles, and has a sixth energy bank making it a strong and powerful ship. It is purely a fighting ship, having no cargo capacity.
The design was also licenced for civilian use, and although a rare sight these ships will be encountered occasionally. They are favoured by Hunters and Assassins and inevitably also by Pirates and Brigands.

Cobra2-X/Cobra2-C

Developed as a light Interceptor for Her Imperial Majesty's Space Navy the Cobra2-X is a development of the (later abandoned) Cobra Mk II prototype. It is an effective light fighter/interceptor popular with Assassins and Hunters. The Cobra2-C derivative is intended as a courier ship (hence the 'C' designation) and its small hold also allows fitment of a Passenger Berth making it ideal for use as a taxi. The Cobra2-C is slower than the X-ship version but has up-graded equipment options and a Hyperdrive.


Sidewinder-X

Developed as a medium Interceptor for Her Imperial Majesty's Space Navy the Sidewinder-X is an evolution of the Sidewinder Scout Ship and is similar in specification and performance. However it is much larger and the increase in size means that it has slightly increased maximum speed and maneuverability over the Scoutship. The Sidewinder-X also has up-graded equipment options and a Hyperdrive.



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