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Surface Speeder and Remote Planetary Analysis Outpost . My entry for The Classic Space Pocket Money Contest . The Classic Space Pocket Money Contest Main Build When first exploring newly discovered planets, remote analysis outposts are often placed at various locations around the planet surface. Equipped with highly sensitive scientific measuring and monitoring equipment, these outposts provide early data for explorers. The outposts require regular maintenance and sometimes repairs due to the often hostile environments they are designed to analyse. Service engineers use high speed surface craft to travel the great distances between outposts. First Alternative Build In Classic Space it is not always wise to send in human exploration teams first. With the highly manoeverable Remote Analysis Drone, the safety-conscious explorer can explore and analyse from the safety of his control and monitoring station. Second Alternative Build This high speed surface skimmer is designed for early analysis of a planet's atmosphere (or lack of). Loaded with advanced scientific probes and measuring instruments, it is used to collect data to ensure exploration teams are fully prepared for what they may face. Parts Used 94 parts in total (minifig counts as one). This was great fun, and an entirely new challenge for me. I'm too used to building big SNOTty things these days :)


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