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[𝗕𝗮𝘀𝗶𝗰 𝗜𝗻𝗳𝗼]

The Ground Science & Exploration Utility Cyber Rover is a manned rover for scientific experiments and exploration and is intended to be used on the surface of Earth, Luna, Mars, along with other celestial bodies of a similar type.

This is AAST's eighth ATV and third G.S.E vehicle. The 3.0 is designed to offer a safe and compact comfortable RV like feel while still offering a smooth ride for astronauts as they carry out their scientific research and exploration of the rocky planet below their feet.

This newer and larger version has made some changes to it's interior and exterior including airlocks, a kitchen, a compact habitation area, and a handful of other changes which can be be seen below.



•Slightly Widened Body
•Lengthened Body
•Optimized Water Weights
•Added Airlocks
•Added Small Habitation Room
•Added Small restroom
•Upgrade Cockpit/Dashboard
•1 Extra seat (8 Total)
•New Rear Station
•Added Compact Kitchen
•Electro magnetic gyroscope system
•Cargo Area/Trunk
•Exterior Paneling
•Slightly Tweaked Interior structure

[𝗔𝗰𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 𝗚𝗿𝗼𝘂𝗽𝘀 / 𝗦𝗹𝗶𝗱𝗲𝗿𝘀]

1) Power

2) Drive/FWD

3) 6WD/AWD

4) Reverse

5) Headlights

6) High Beams

7) Tail Lights

8) Inside Lights

9) Left Door

10) Right Door

11) Hab Door

12) Restroom Door

13) Cargo Door

14) Trunk

15) Solar Panels

16) Antenna

- Rotate x-axis (Slider-1)

- Rotate y-axis (Slider-2)

17) Window Shades

18) Left Airlock

19) Right Airlock

20) Gyroscope

Slider-1) Front Stilts

Slider-2) Rear Stilts



•Due to the change in tire versions and their property values corresponding with price/mass, tire versions aren't the current (version 3) Upgrading to version 3 requires the torque, gear ratios, and max RPM in the hidden properties to be increased in order for the craft to behave as intended but will increase the overall price and mass.
•Unfortunately keeping the tires at their current version will not fix the uncontrollable tire spin (may be fixed in future updates) Upgrading to version 3 will fix this problem.
•Currently if you try to EVA with a Drood the craft's vizzy program will stop working correctly after taking back control of the craft. If you start experiencing weird behavior in AG's and part inputs then that is the reason.

•Recommended Graphic Physics Settings:
-Update Frequency: High-Ulta
-Rag Doll: High
-Shadows: Medium-High
(Very High can be used depending on system specs and if near other light sources)

•Dry Weight and Price especially will be different if using 1.0+ or not. Beware if playing career mode.

•To EVA in and out of the rover select the "[IN]" and "[OUT]" chairs on the inside out the airlocks and EVA from there.

•This craft has some simple vizzy programs that are effected by PartID. Loading this craft as a sub assembly will require the tweaking of vizzy.


G.S.E Utility Cyber Rover [2.0]

J.I.P.P.I Variant:

Police Utility Cyber Rover


  • Successors 1 craft(s)
  • Created On: Windows
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  • Price: $30,612k
  • Number of Parts: 2280
  • Dimensions: 4 m x 5 m x 12 m


  • Total Delta V: 0m/s
  • Total Thrust: 2kN
  • Engines: 8
  • Wet Mass: 53,656kg
  • Dry Mass: 52,013kg


Stage Engines Delta V Thrust Burn Mass


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    Is it fine if I repost this and give it an epic name. I label it all credit goes to @AstroAerospace

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