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A '''cargo bay''' is a [[part]] which can contain other equipment. The main usage is to store unwieldy or unstackable parts (such as a small probe) within a larger structure. It also shields the parts from aerodynamic drag.{{cn}}<!--- Some dev posted that they actually do that but haven't found it yet. if someone wants to do an actual test if the information given by the devs is factual (it wasn't released yet). -->
 
A '''cargo bay''' is a [[part]] which can contain other equipment. The main usage is to store unwieldy or unstackable parts (such as a small probe) within a larger structure. It also shields the parts from aerodynamic drag.{{cn}}<!--- Some dev posted that they actually do that but haven't found it yet. if someone wants to do an actual test if the information given by the devs is factual (it wasn't released yet). -->
  

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A cargo bay is a part which can contain other equipment. The main usage is to store unwieldy or unstackable parts (such as a small probe) within a larger structure. It also shields the parts from aerodynamic drag.[citation needed]

Currently the game has 2 cargo bays, the Mk2 Cargo Bay CRG-04 and the Mk2 Cargo Bay CRG-08. They are both Mk2 sized.