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Herculis cargo transport

The Herculis is a spacecraft from the World of 2001. It is an interplanetary cargo transport based on the Aquarius, but without the habitats. Cargo boxes and fuel tanks are carried along the spine, mid-length, where an Aquarius would keep the habitats. Three internal spots for boxes are also available; these are normally used for hibernation modules. The Herculis cannot travel to Mars when all attach points are filled, or at least when they're filled by cargo boxes (the heaviest). The only version in existence is called a Herculis Ic to align it with the Aquarius models.

The World of 2001


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