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USS Jupiter (Space Carrier) . Alright, so this will be the last of my three Space MOCs for now. Uh, to give you the size of this thing: its over 5' long. Yeah. BIG. . So we start off with a front view. 5', just sayin' And now we have randomly jumped to the aft of the ship. So, to the far right, you can see the staircase, very nice. Also, you can see the bridge area, which I will explain soon enough (unless you read slowly). The aft includes the rocket motors, and the energy production area. Rockets! I was also going to put rings (yeah, I know) on this thing, and I had them built. Just never put em on, though. Lone gun. This LOOKS like a gun system I used on a recent MOC I posted. Actually, in "real life" this would be a much larger battery. Each gun is a laser gun. The particular gun is used to protect the hanger bay, located just below it. The front! Those holes are not terrible construction; rather, in space, it takes in hydrogen. More on that when we get to energy production. Nothing to see here. Not. Those doors open up to missile batteries (the 1X1 round tiles). See if you can find the other missile batteries in this and upcoming pictures...... Aft of the bridge. Those black cones act like radar, except they use lasers. It can detect and track a piece of dust from 10 light years away. (Don't tell me it would take 20 years from the the laser being shot to it returning.) So here we have a tiny gun (also look out for these around the ship) Those to large discs are used to contact Earth, and friendly space stations. Just a quick favor, if in the comments, you could type in a '/', I would be much appreciated. That alleyway between those bricks is a particle accelerator, which accelerates hydrogen particles. Also, in those cones, there are production areas dedicated to make liquid hydrogen for the rockets. That large disc is used to keep in contact with other spacecraft. That mast is there because it looks cool. Perspective. Not much detail on the bottom there, but you know. Forgot to mention those guns. Those are rail guns. Yeah. Yeah. THAT big. Hanger bay with that gun, again. The bridge section. As you noticed, there is a tan stripe running through the ship. I had to split the bridge almost completely through; though the main bridge is, ironically, located on that "bridge". Confusing, I know, move on. The front, in all its glory. "....to boldly go through the window." So that was fun. Next MOC should be around, I don't know when. I have looked at possibly reviving that old motorized tank, or something. We shall see. Thanks for watching!


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