Specifications of Solar eye exploration/spacecraft
Mission: Explore the Neptune and Pluto Sections of the Solar systems and launch a satellite that is to monitor and research the planet Cybertron while it heads to the location of Cybertron. And deploy robotic space probe to explore and begin the first stages in colonizing the moons of Neptune.
Official Name: Solar Eye
Dan Waser (Mission Commander)
Jake Lukison (Deputy Commander)
Garrot Forthington (Survey Team Leader)
Justin Tyler (Geophysicist)
Christopher Wheeler (Astrophysicist)
Alex Kenner (medic and assistant to crew for anything)
Tim Shanft (spacecraft technician for maintenance)
Derek Witiwicky (robotic drone pilot and matanice assistant)
Androbotic Assistant Unit#1 named: Dave
N.A.S.A."Registration Number": XD-5
Overall Length: 140.1 m
Overall Beam: 16.7 m
Overall Draft: 17 m
Command Module Diameter: 16.5 m
Reactor Module Length: 32.2 m
Reactor Module Draft: 8.8 m
Mass: 5,440 tones
Life Support: oxygen, water, food, gravity, heating/cooling, hibernation sleep, first aid kits, medical, Androbotic assistant drone#1.
Engine Type: Cavradyne Plasma Propulsion System (Six Engines) - Liquid Ammonia Propellant- Thrust Deflector Plates- Maximum Thrust 280,000 kgf (2.75 MN).
Computer: Saul Logic computer.
Androbotic Assistant Unit#1 with Deep Space/N.A.S.A. modifications
Androbotic/Saul computer systems interface section
Suspended Animation System: Meditech 712-R Hibernacula
EVA Craft: Grumman DC-3 EVA Pods (3)
Pod Bay features: Three each Pod turntable Base, Extension motor, Extension Platform, Outer hull door, Space suit rack. Test bench with two LCD screens and Saul computer terminal. Two large emergency oxygen bottles. Nine small emergency oxygen bottles. Circuit Breaker Box. Manual control station with Sual computer terminal, Six LCD screens, and full control set.
Pod Bay Deck: Along with the Pod Bay, the Pod Bay Deck also features an emergency airlock, circuitry storage bay, two fresh water tanks, a maintenance equipment room, an emergency shelter and space suit rack, emergency batteries for the centrifuge and pod bay, and a zero-g/ artificial gravity toilet.
Living Module: Centrifuge, Magnetic-Drive type. 11.6 m. diameter. Rotation Rate 3 RPM. Living Module Control Stations: 12-screen Saul interface/ communications module, Nuclear reactor monitoring station, Remote probe control, Radar mapping station, climate control, and Revival Monitoring Station.
Living Module Habitation Features: Sanitary module, (Shower, Sink, Waste water recycling Control) Meditech 712-R Hibernacula, Sun-ray tanning station, Water closet (Head), Three Circuit breaker panels. One emergency space suit locker, four spare part lockers.
Cockpit: Two seats for Mission Commander and Deputy Commander. Full range of instruments and control panels. Two sets of four LCD screens and SualVisual Sensor.
Command Deck: The Command Deck includes the cockpit, zero-g astronomy lab, zero-g sciences lab, two fresh water tanks, six-spacesuit recharge unit, a pre-launch personnel clearance area, the circuit breaker room, and a zero-g toilet. The Command Deck also includes all Saul computer related systems.
Saul computer systems: Logic memory center, auxiliary power unit, computer climate regulation system, autonomic systems control center, and reactor control system.
Thrusters: Eight Mk 114 on command module. 720 kgf (7.1 kN) thrust each. Two forward and two aft of reactor module. Nine Mk 29 vernier thrusters; three clustered around each Cavradyne engine exhaust. 1,600 kgf (15.7 kN) thrust each. Eight mid-course correction thrusters (four on each TJI propulsion mount) Four emergency escape rockets at Command Module rear.
Fuel storage: six large tanks for storing and useage of a top secret/experimental spacecraft fuel to help with Zero-G flight Mode to destination.
Central Communications Complex: Solar Eyes central communications complex is mounted atop the seventh fuel module aft of the command section. The main audio-visual communications antenna measures 4.13 meters in diameter. Both telemetry antennas measure 1.26 meters across. The entire assembly can be swiveled 360 degrees and aimed upwards or downwards at any angle between 0 and 285 degrees.
Misc. Equipment: An emergency communications antenna, about half the size of the main antenna, is stored beneath the blow-away cover at the command module's top. Four probes (two atmospheric, two remote-controlled landers) and a telescope array are stored beneath the bottom blow-away cover.
Structural Support: Solar Eyes reactor module is secured to the aftermost fuel module by four heavy-duty docking latches. Twelve reinforced coupling units along the spine provide additional support. The spine and reactor module are held in place by six docking latches at the inter module adapter plate. The entire spine/reactor assembly can be jettisoned in an emergency by eight explosive separation bolts installed in the adapter plate. Finally, the entire Emergency Propulsion System (EPS) can be jettisoned using a ring of 16 explosive bolts installed in a ring around the forward section of the EPS.
Small greenhouse for growing vegetables and producing organic oxygen to be distributed throughout the ships oxygen system. Two airlocks, one for docking with other spacecraft’s and space stations. The second is for maintance purposes for the ship. Two solar panels to help power spacecraft in Zero-G travel mode and help power spacecraft when nuclear engine is offline located behind the base of the control module to the front base of the engine area.
Maintenance/Status report abbreviations list:
Solar mission computer systems check
LIF: Life Support
VEH: Vehicle Status
FLX: Flight Dynamics
NUC: Nuclear Reactor Status
DMG: System Damage
GDE: Guidance Data Extension
ATM: Spacecraft Atmosphere Monitoring
SLG: Solar Generator
AGG: Artificial Gravity Wheel Generator
GRH: Green House Monitor
OPG: Oxygen Pump Generator
GAD: Gravity Distributer
MDB: Medical Bay
RAU: Robotic Assistant Unit
CPC: Computer Core
FUS: Fuel Systems
LBS: Life Boat Systems
EVS: Environment Systems
PDS: Pod Systems
ARL: Air Lock
PAS: Propulsion Assistant Systems
SSP: Ship Stabilizing Program
SMC: System Maintenance Check Program
ZEG: Zero-G monitoring program