Sysat T-20

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Sysat T-20
Sysat T-20.jpg
Navigational Stats
Hyperspeed 0
Sublight Speed 0 MGLT
Max Speed 0 km/h
Maneuverability 0.00
Sensors 1
Escape Pods n/a
Docking Bay n/a
Hangar Bay n/a
Landing Capacity n/a
Flight Grade Repulsorlifts n/a
Graviton Generators n/a
Docking Port n/a
Medical Room n/a
Recycling {{{recycling}}}
Weapons/Utilities n/a
Cargo Stats
Weight 12 T
Volume 35.0 m³
Weight Capacity 0.0000 T
Volume Capacity 0.0000 m³
Max Passengers 0
Party Slot Size 1.00
Hull Statistics
Length 10 m
Hull 10
Shield 0
Ionic Capacity 5
Raw Materials
Raw Material Price 11,664 AurebeshSans-Serif credit.png
Quantum 3
Meleenium 30
Ardanium n/a
Rudic 16
Rockivory n/a
Tibannagas n/a
Varmigio n/a
Lommite n/a
Durelium n/a
Bacta n/a
Hibridium n/a
Varium n/a
Affiliation Veritas Press
Jedi Academy
The Inner Circle

The Sysat T-20 represents the Galaxy's standard in Reconnaissance Satellite systems. It provides a highly mobile, survivable surveillance and command and control (C2) platform. Each carries a 3 meter-diameter umbrella-like HandEye™ reflecting dish to collect carrier signals from almost anywhere in the Galaxy. Constellations of T-20 satellites are often used in 'disputed systems' to monitor and report on sovereign-space or treaty violations. This practice - commonly referred to as 'satellite seeding' - entails dispersing twenty five T-20 satellites in checker-board fashion across a system. Select governments are rumoured to be sponsoring R&D into a prototype version of the T-20 (code named the X-28) for pirate baiting operations. Leaked reports suggesting that the secretive Bantha Works Research Station have equipped these protoypes with False-Front™ projectors have neither been confirmed nor denied by public spokesmen. False-Front™ is suspected to allow military satellites to appear as freighters/capital ships on scanners of passing ships.[1]


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