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Spacecraft Registry
Phoenix on a close flyby of Venus during its shakedown cruise, painted with its original Artemis Foundation colors
Spacecraft Characteristics
Base HullOV-200 series Space Shuttle
Width78' (wingspan)
Mass151,000 lb.
Drive Typex3 ion drives
Drive RatingVariable
Primary ManufacturerHephaestus Mining and Metalworking, Unltd. (licensee)
OwnerThe Roughriders
Flag of Record36 Atalante
Registry NumberOV-205
Launched11 June 2015
PurposePassenger/cargo transport
Primary Crewto be announced
Other CrewAster Phoenix (AI)
Operational StatusPlanned
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Originally ordered by the Artemis Foundation, Phoenix was given to the Roughriders to become the first of their Shuttle fleet.

Known Quirks

  • Good Morning Starshine II: The Class Quirk for this model ship. Similar to the class quirk displayed by the Three Graces, the OV-200 Orbiters need music played at the beginning of each workday in order to function at peak efficiency. Unlike the Graces, the same song can be reused (no more than three times in a row per any given month), but each Orbiter needs a distinct genre of music played for the best possible effect. Phoenix likes music from any genre, but the morning tune must be a "cover version"[1].
  • Come on! Phoenix slows by a cumulative 1% per day that a game of some sort is not played on the flight deck. This includes days in port or drydock. Playing two games in the same day removes one percentage point of the penalty. (For example, if the accumulated penalty was 17%, playing two games per day for five days would lower that to 12%.) Luckily, the ship's AI is a collectible-card-game player... but Aster only plays Yu-Gi-Oh!

Related Images


  1. Something brought back from obscurity, like a phoenix