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UNIS Dyeus
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The United Nations Interplanetary Spacecraft Dyeus was the direct successor of the Ares program's UNMS Athena, built in orbit of the moon using parts of the Mars ferry as well as new components specifically designed for its own mission: taking humans to the gas giants and back. Over twice as long as its predecessor at 0.4 km, the Dyeus held the record for the largest single vehicle ever constructed by humanity for quite some time. Dyeus was powered not by chemical boosters or ion drive, but an extremely powerful linear fusion engine called Valkyrie, developed jointly by JPL and ESA. The Dyeus also carried a complex multi-method shielding system that included an extremely strong nuclear-powered magnetic shield generator, to ward the vessel and its inhabitants against both solar wind and the intense radiation belts of Jupiter itself.

The Dyeus was built for the Janus program, the 27-year mission program that aimed (and succeeded) to enable human exploration of the Sol system's gas giants. Later in the 21st century, the BIFROST project used the design of the Dyeus as inspiration for their Sleipnir model of interplanetary ferries. Dyeus served its crews faithfully across all eight missions of the Janus program, taking four crews to Jupiter and four crews to Saturn. Upon the Dyeus' return to Earth after Janus VIII in 2067, it was decommissioned and its component parts held in orbital drydock to be repurposed in the future.

(Model scale: 1 full brick width = 2.5 m)
Length: 400 m
Total launch mass: 22580 tons
Total dry mass: 4520 tons
Interplanetary drive: Valkyrie I zeta-pinch pulsed fusion engine
Exhaust velocity: 239920 m/s
Max acceleration: 0.88 m/s^2 (0.09 G)
Δv: 385924 m/s
Specific impulse: 24482 s
Power plant: fusion thermal
Fission plant output: 2.4 GWe
LEO shuttle: Orion III crew module
Lander: Polaris single-stage reusable small-body lander
Crew: 6 - 8
Avg. crew duration: 1.2 years
Constructed: 2040 - 2048
Launched: 2049 (Janus I)
Decommissioned: 2067

Read more about the Janus program and the future-history of Jupiter on the Diaspora site: https://www.worldanvil.com/w/diaspora-spyglassrealms/a/jupiter-article
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2 months ago
@legomaster6383 Thank you very much! I worked hard on this one!
2 months ago
@paupadros Thanks!!
2 months ago
this is realy cool id love to see what kind of rocket would be capible of takeing that nuclaer engine's engine bell it dosent exsactly look like the kind of thing that would be asembled in multible pieces also i like the whay you made the fuel cells very Prity
2 months ago
@ss711 Thanks for the compliments! The magnetic nozzle, like almost all of the rest of the vessel, was actually made of lunar materials and assembled in orbit of our moon! The moon's lack of atmosphere and low surface gravity, as well as its abundance of metals and silicates, make it a perfect construction site for spacecraft much too large to build on Earth.
2 months ago
thats a brillient exsplination
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