In the mid-21st century, Curtiss/Supermarine Aerospace was contracted to build an experimental test bed for UNSA to perfect various emerging space system technologies. Licensed from the immensely successful Boeing DY series, the DYNX design is a branch in the DY development series which has performed its duties with little publicity but with steadfast reliability.
Though limited in production to a few test units, the 255 model appeared through the mid-21st century in a number of configurations. It is depicted here in the configuration used to test the design of the first-generation fusion impulse drive. Once placed into production, this drive revolutionized interplanetary spaceflight, reducing transit time between worlds from months to days.
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