Tantive IV (CR90 Corvette) from Star Wars.
Not built perfectly but im happy with how it turned out

Don't use stages

To take off, lock current heading and use acv 2 launch engines (on by default)

acv 1 and throttle up retracts landing legs and changes the flight mode. It points the ship's direction forward instead of up. Deactivate the group after using it and before using any engines.

act 3 main engines uses main rear thrusters. They are very powerful.


  • Created On: Windows
  • Game Version:
  • Price: $376,354k
  • Number of Parts: 953
  • Dimensions: 14m x 18m x 57m


  • Total Delta V: NaNm/s
  • Total Thrust: 89.6MN
  • Engines: 42
  • Wet Mass: 270,030kg
  • Dry Mass: -161,883,800kg


Stage Engines Delta V Thrust Burn Mass
1 37 NaNm/s 79.4MN 4,529s 270,029kg
3 5 NaNm/s 10.2MN 480s 270,029kg



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    @FischerBoy99 Ok it is true that it is hard to control but its ok when your willing to sacrifice lots of battery on gizmo sensitivity.

    5 months ago
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    @KellyxJohnson Well i didnt really make it for any real purpose, it doesnt fly very well. I just wanted to make a replica of the Tantive IV from Star Wars

    5 months ago
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    @FischerBoy99 Also talking about ships that suffer from supply and demand issues would you like to test my 1st space ship I only just got round to uplodeing it because I just managed to perfect it to what its job is (like I said the fuel tanker is a bit flawed) The ship is here if you would like to test it. pls. :) https://www.simplerockets.com/c/cQSJ4G/Light-space-crusier

    5 months ago
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    @FischerBoy99 so what is this Ship used for primarily I just used it for a Frigate in the 1st Intergalactic Imperial Cosmonautics fleet im building its a ok ship for planet hopping though what I kind of ment by the fule is that if I had to meany of these they would eventualy run my fule ships dry (also there a bit hard to dock but thats probaby my falt because of my trash fule ship design)

    5 months ago
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    @KellyxJohnson hmm thats interesting... they were meant to be nearly unlimited. I just tested and it took nearly a minute at full power to go down 1%

    +1 5 months ago
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    I love it the only problem is that you can't realy take it on long voyages because of the low fuel levels for the big engines

    5 months ago


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