Aquarius(2001)

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Aquarius above the Mercury's surface

The Aquarius is a spacecraft avaible from the World of 2001. It is a long range interplanetary spacecraft used primarily to transport crews to Mars and Cytherean Station One. Built on Aries components, it has much more fuel capacity and poorer acceleration. The Aquarius can provide artificial gravity for the crew, as it has two extensive hab modules. In them passengers can enjoy lunar gravity.


The World of 2001

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Spacecraft: Aquarius | Aquarius Id | Aries | Bondarenko | Centaur-O | Draco | Gagarin | Herculis | Komarov | Komarov-bis | Merkur | Moonbus | Orion | Patsayev | Polaris 1-XE | Rocketbus | Skorpion | Taurus | Titov V | Titov G

Space stations: Cytherean Station One | Space Station III | Space Station IV | Space Station V

Surface bases: Aberporth | Baikonur | Brest | Canberra | Cape Canaveral | Clavius Base | Cuxhaven | Hainan | Kadena AB | Korolevgrad | Lunar Observatory | Moscow | Phobos Base | Port Lowell | Prime Base | Serenitatis Base | Tchalinko | Tranquility Museum | Tycho | Washington