ⓘ Starships & Spacecraft

                                     

ⓘ Starships & Spacecraft

Starships & Spacecraft is a play aid that consists of three large sheets of deck plans, technical data, and summary sheets of all the standard types of starships and auxiliary craft listed in Traveller Book 2 Starships.

                                     
  • A starship starcraft or interstellar spacecraft is a theoretical spacecraft designed for traveling between planetary systems. The term is mostly found
  • The SpaceX Starship is planned to be a spacecraft launched as the second stage of a reusable launch vehicle. The concept is under development by SpaceX
  • ATV, completed its mission in February, 2015. The SpaceX Starship is planned to be a spacecraft launched as the second stage of a reusable launch vehicle
  • fictional spacecraft starships and exo - atmospheric vessels that have been identified by name in notable published works of fiction. The term spacecraft is
  • This is a list of past, present, and future spacecraft designed for human spaceflight. It includes space capsules, spaceplanes, and space stations. Russian
  • A spacecraft is a vehicle or machine designed to fly in outer space. A type of artificial satellite, spacecraft are used for a variety of purposes, including
  • Enzmann envisionned his starships conducting missions in flotillas to provide for mutual support hence, Enzmann starships are often represented in groups
  • The SpaceX Starship is a fully - reusable launch vehicle and spacecraft in development by SpaceX, as a private spaceflight project. It is being designed
  • The SpaceX Starship is both the second stage of a reusable launch vehicle and a spacecraft that is being developed by SpaceX, as a private spaceflight
  • Shenzhou ˈʃɛnˈdʒoʊ or ʃɛnˈzuː Chinese: 神舟 pinyin: Shenzhōu is a spacecraft developed and operated by China using Soyuz technology to support its
  • colonization O Neill cylinder Self - replicating spacecraft Sleeper ship Voyagers Simone Caroti 2011 The Generation Starship in Science Fiction: A Critical History