The Constellation Andromeda is a multi-person freighter manufactured by Roberts Space Industries (RSI). It is the base model of the Constellation series. It comes with a P-52 Merlin docked at the stern as a snub fighter.
The Constellation Aquila is a multi-person spacecraft manufactured by Roberts Space Industries (RSI). It is the expedition variant of the Constellation series. It comes with a P-52 Merlin docked at the stern as a snub fighter, and an Ursa parked in the cargo bay as a ground rover. Compared to the base model, the Aquila features a cockpit with improved visibility and an advanced sensor suite in place of the top turret.
The Constellation Phoenix is a multi-crew luxury spacecraft manufactured by Roberts Space Industries (RSI). As the luxury variant of the Constellation series, it is primarily used to facilitate elite tourism and VIP transport. Its amenities include two single bedrooms, a master bedroom, a full bar, a dining area, and a hot tub. It also features a sensor-dampened cargo area. The Phoenix comes stock with a Lynx Rover and a P-72 Archimedes. As of Alpha 3.14, the Ursa Rover serves as a placeholder for the upcoming Lynx Rover.
The Constellation Taurus is the freighter variant of the large multi-crew Constellation series manufactured by Roberts Space Industries (RSI). It trades the side missile racks and the stub fighter for additional cargo space, a cargo release system for quick unloading, and a security hold reinforced with tech plating.
Constellation Phoenix "Emerald"
The Constellation Phoenix Emerald is a limited edition Constellation Phoenix with an emerald green & ivory livery. It was introduced as a part of the Saint Patrick's Day Promotion in March 2018..
The following paints (skins) can be used on all variants of the Constellation series.
Red colour with gold & dark grey accents and gold monkey head decals.
Seek peace and prosperity in the new year with the Auspicious Red Monkey livery. Outfit your ship with this bold red base paint complemented by gold accents and a stylized graphic of a monkey's head.
Although rarely seen in active theaters, the RSI Constellation is utilized by the Navy for long-distance supply runs, fleet support, and covert operations. This dark green paint matches the military-spec Constellation’s seen throughout the UEE and beyond.
The Mark I Constellation had a two-person cockpit, and no snub ship. An example of this vessel is the Plumetail.
The 2918 Model is regarded as a poor model, and a rare misstep for the company. This model did come equipped with a P-52 Merlin. The Harlequin in an example of a 2918 model. This may be synonymous with a 'Mark II' Constellation, but this is only a speculation based on the date and description.
Mark III Constellations were in production by 2934 at the latest, and considered standard in 2942. The Constellation Phoenix concept was originally based on a Mark III Constellation.
Mark IV Constellations were planned for release in 2942, but this was later pushed back to 2944. While they did launch for sale that year, the vessels were branded as the 2945 Constellation variants.
Reverse the Verse - Touring the Phoenix, 2018-09-28, Josh Coons and Stephen Hosmer take us on a guided tour of the newly revamped Constellation Phoenix, coming to Star Citizen in the upcoming Alpha 3.3.