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Touring ship converted from a Hammerhead-class patrol ship

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The '''Twilight Assessor''' is a [[Navy]]-surplus second generation (Flight IIA) [[Aegis]] [[Hammerhead]] which was converted into a
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'''''Twilight Assessor''''' is a [[UEE Navy]]-surplus second generation (Flight IIA) [[Aegis]] [[Hammerhead]] which was converted into a ‘high risk’ observation platform for tourists. ''Twilight Assessor'' retained her milspec shielding but converted all turrets into reinforced observation domes, allowing paying customers the experience of being ‘up close and personal’ with nebulae, gas giants, solar flares and other dangerous stellar phenomena. The ship entered the zeitgeist after her complement were found dead in space with absolutely no indication of a loss of oxygen or other damage. She has since returned to service.<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=media/8srns703rujzbr/source/Hammerhead.pdf|text=The Aegis Hammerhead - Ship Brochure}}</ref>
‘high risk’ observation platform for tourists. Twilight Assessor retained her milspec shielding but converted all turrets into reinforced observation domes, allowing paying customers the experience of being ‘up close and personal’ with nebulae, gas giants, solar flares and other dangerous stellar phenomena. The ship entered the zeitgeist after her complement were found dead in space with absolutely no indication of a loss of oxygen or other damage. She has since returned to service.<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=media/8srns703rujzbr/source/Hammerhead.pdf|text=The Aegis Hammerhead - Ship Brochure}}</ref>
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:02, 26 March 2020

Twilight Assessor is a UEE Navy-surplus second generation (Flight IIA) Aegis Hammerhead which was converted into a ‘high risk’ observation platform for tourists. Twilight Assessor retained her milspec shielding but converted all turrets into reinforced observation domes, allowing paying customers the experience of being ‘up close and personal’ with nebulae, gas giants, solar flares and other dangerous stellar phenomena. The ship entered the zeitgeist after her complement were found dead in space with absolutely no indication of a loss of oxygen or other damage. She has since returned to service.[1]

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  1. The Aegis Hammerhead - Ship Brochure