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RSS Kulak Moskve, Star Dreadnought
Russian Star Ship Kulak Moskve, Fist of Moscow. 1:1900 scale, 1 stud=50 feet. It's 2400 feet long, and weighs in at just over 8,000,000 tons.
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The bow, home to numerous sensors.



The Nuclear Hydrogen Rockets. These are used for sublight cruising and tactical combat. To effectively travel long distances, the ship must use it's gravitational warp drive, which must be charged for several minutes (not fun during combat, as it's power needs override the weapons systems) before it can generate and sustain the necessary warp in gravity to allow the Thermonuclear drive to exceed the speed of light, which is relative to gravity. Because, once it is created, the gravitational field is almost self sustaining, the ship can use it's otherwise far too weak, but comparatively efficient, nuclear drive to travel faster than light. This allows it to traverse the galaxy in a matter of months rather than tens of thousands of years.



A sample of each weapons system. From left to right:
A light Anti-fighter/missile laser, a dual ThermoNuclear Torpedo launcher (TNT for short), a dual Ion cannon used to disable smaller vessels (very short ranged, as the electrical energy easily dissipates with distance, leaving nothing but regular particles easily stopped by armor), a dual medium plasma cannon, a long range laser turret, and the main armament, dual Heavy Plasma Cannons.



The cones are the six long range MPCs, or Magnetic Projectile Cannons, railguns, that extend through the first section of the ship. These can only fire within a few degrees of forward, but to fire even 1 degree off-bore reduces the power by 10% due to some of the electromagnets being diverted from accelerating the projectile to redirecting it.

The dreadnought carries some 80 light lasers, 16 dual-armed TNT launchers, 6 dual ion cannon turrets, 18 dual medium Plasma turrets, 4 long range forward-firing lasers, 9 dual Heavy Plasma Cannon turrets, and the six Super-Heavy MPCs mentioned above.



The hangar bay, with one on each side, usually embarks 12 heavy fighters, 3 shuttles, and 4 dropship-transports, with a decent amount of extra space available for visitors, rescue operations, and utility purposes.



The bottom of the beast.


The bottom of the forward section.



And the rear. It has a Russian Flag on each side, including the bottom, for visual identification.



Here is the Kulak Moskve alongside a United States Navy Heavy Destroyer, my brother's.










Comments

 I like it 
  March 19, 2012
nice work i hope we will find you build this project in minifigure scale good luck
 I made it 
  November 28, 2011
Quoting Scott Bertaut Really good ships, couldn't really make out the Russian flag on it but the disain just says Russian. Maybe its the siplicity, not that the MOC is simple, but how its made to blow stuff up and not to look real fancy. I really like it, good amount of detail for a mini model. You use a diferent camera on this one? The pictures are much better then on your F-14. Great job!
Any area with maroon, navy blue, and white next to each other would be a flag, for example a few studs ahead of the Heavy Plasma Turret on the bottom. Really any color other than grey/black/engine flame. I used the same camera. I think my second set of F-14 pictures, the ones with the flag background, turned out more like these photos.
 I like it 
  May 6, 2011
Really good ships, couldn't really make out the Russian flag on it but the disain just says Russian. Maybe its the siplicity, not that the MOC is simple, but how its made to blow stuff up and not to look real fancy. I really like it, good amount of detail for a mini model. You use a diferent camera on this one? The pictures are much better then on your F-14. Great job!
 
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