General Dynamics/Boeing DY-100A interplanetary freighter, Liberty class: General Plans
The DY-100A interplanetary freighter was the workhorse of space expansion in the 1990 and early 21st century. The Liberty class was designed to meet the specifications of Project Plowshare, a program developed to re-purpose decommissioned military hardware for non-military use.
Her main hull is adapted from a decommissioned Seawolf-class submarine, and the ship is propelled by 3 NERVA-III nuclear rocket engines, based on the actual NERVA research program, and various other space hardware then in use.
This ship is depicted as the Sydney Harbour as she appeared in day-to-day service. She is wearing the livery of the United Nations Space Agency, or UNSA, when she made regular cargo runs between Earth, the Moon, and Mars.
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