MSV Saint Lucia Expeditionary Crew Information Packet
MSV Saint Lucia
-An ExoGeni vessel designed for a multitude of tasks.
-Capable of suborbital descent and landing on low and medium gravity worlds.
-Outfitted with 2 dual ship defense cannons in addition to protective armor and barriers.
-Equipped with a multi-functional, high-end shipboard VI with advanced personality programming.
-Carries advanced survey and research equipment as well as storage facilities.
-1 M35B Rover
-1 M29A Grizzly
-1 UT-47 Kodiak
-4 Triton Advanced Diving Systems
-1 Heinbeck Cargo Hauler
-2 Heinbeck Snowcrawlers
-4 TT6 Snowmobiles
-Standard Spare Components (Various)
-Field Research Equipment (Various)
-Portable Communications Array (1)
-Compact Thermal Generators (2)
-Environment Suits (20)
-Medium-Power Laser Drill (1)
-Portable Incinerators (2)
-Survey Probes (15)
-Prefabricated Shelters (3)
-Portable Wind Turbine (1)
-Current crew count is: 33
-Captain: Pontus Korpal
-First Officer: Joshua Hill
-Chief Engineer: Vanessa Al-Bariqi
-Medical Officer: Ida Wong
-Chief Steward: Klaus Walker
-Security Chief: Bartholomew Volkoff
Deck 1: Bridge, Conference Room, Lifeboats
Deck 2: Med-Bay, Cafeteria, Crew Quarters, Passenger Quarters, Bathroom
Deck 3: Lab, Armory, Gym, Security Office
Deck 4: Engineering, VI Core
Deck 5: Hangar, Cargo Hold
Orbital Distance: 5.4 AU
Orbital Period: 10.5 Yrs
Radius: 69,827 km
Day Length: 12 h
Atm. Pressure: N/A
Surface Temp: N/A
Surface Gravity: 22 g
Satellites: UNC-49-256D-958/A, UNC-49-256D-958/B, UNC-49-256D-958/C, UNC-49-256D-958/D, UNC-49-256D-958/E
Summary: UNC-49-256D-958 is an uncharted gas giant located in a remote system in the Phoenix Massing.
Orbital Distance: 0.007 AU
Orbital Period: 52 d
Radius: 1660 km
Day Length: 52 d
Atm. Pressure: 1.47 atm
Surface Temp: N/A
Surface Gravity: 0.36 g
Summary: UNC-49-256D-958/A is a satellite of the gas giant UNC-49-256D-958. The surface of the moon is covered by a substantial layer of ice. Unmanned probe scans indicate the presence of buried oceans. Significant portions of the planet surface are obscured by a thick atmosphere heavy in nitrogen.