|Manufacturer||Roberts Space Industries (RSI)|
|Production state||Flight Ready|
|Pledge cost||20 - 45 USD|
|Height||4.1 or 5 m|
The Aurora is the modern-day descendant of the Roberts Space Industries X-7 spacecraft which tested the very first jump engines. Utilitarian to a T, the Aurora is the perfect beginner's ship: what it lacks in style it makes up for in ample room for upgrade modules.
The entry-level variant of the Aurora line.
A limited-edition luxury variant with an upgraded interior and high-performance components.
The most common variant of the Aurora series, it blends combat capability and cargo capacity for a mid-range price.
The premier combat ship of the Aurora line, with increased shield capacity and additional hardpoints compared to the other variants.
The cargo-focused variant that trades power capacity for increased cargo capacity.