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The '''Mk1 Crew Cabin''' is a crew container that can hold 2 [[Kerbal]]s. It has a small/mk1 [[radial size]], and can be used in both spaceplanes and rockets.
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Like other [[habitation module]]s, it lacks [[command module]] functionality, and requires a separate command module for control.
  
 
== Product description ==
 
== Product description ==
 
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|A cozy passenger cabin derived from a business jet and upgraded for use in spacecraft.
 
|A cozy passenger cabin derived from a business jet and upgraded for use in spacecraft.
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== Usage ==
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Like other habitation modules, the Mk1 Crew Cabin increases the capacity of a vessel, allowing it to transport more Kerbals. This can be used to transport Kerbals to and from space stations, act as crew quarters for stations and vessels, and carry tourists or rescued Kerbals from [[contracts]].
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The Mk1 Crew Cabin has an impact tolerance of 40 m/s, equal to that of the Mk1 plane parts. This makes it as durable as the other parts in a plane, but much more durable than typical rocket parts. It has 2 inventory slots, able to hold 100L of cargo. Passengers in the cabin can perform a [[Science#Crew Report|crew report]].
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The cabin has two doors, at the two ends of the cabin. Since these doors overlap with the cabin's two attachment nodes, they will usually be blocked on a vessel. Kerbals will only be able to enter and exit by transferring them to and from another crew pod. Additionally, the two doors have no handholds to grab from EVA.
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The Mk1 Crew Cabin has a (non-combinable) internal [[CommNet|5k]] antenna. It cannot transmit science.
  
This capsule has no handholds, and crew may be transferred only out of either end. Additionally, a kerbonaut may only EVA out the ''front'' end - which might cause problems depending on your ship design. The cabin can hold 2 kerbals, which is very efficient for small jets, stations, and planetary bases.
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== Gallery ==
[[File:Mk1 Crew Cabin IVA.png|thumb|left|IVA view of the Mk1 Crew Cabin]]
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File:Mk1 Crew Cabin IVA.png | IVA view of the Mk1 Crew Cabin
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== Changes ==
 
== Changes ==

Latest revision as of 21:32, 24 July 2021

Mk1 Crew Cabin
Part image
Habitation module by
C7 Aerospace Division

Radial size Small
Cost (total) 550.00 Funds
Mass (total) 1.00 t
Drag 0.1
Max. Temp. 2000 K
Volume  ?
Impact Tolerance 40 m/s
Research General construction.png General Construction
Unlock cost 2 600 Funds
Since version 1.0.5
Part configuration mk1CrewCabin.cfg
Crew capacity (maximum) Crew
Packet size 2 Mits
Transmission speed 2 Mits/s
Electricity required 6 ⚡/Mits
Inventory Slots 2 slots
Volume Limit 100 l
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The Mk1 Crew Cabin is a crew container that can hold 2 Kerbals. It has a small/mk1 radial size, and can be used in both spaceplanes and rockets.

Like other habitation modules, it lacks command module functionality, and requires a separate command module for control.

Product description

A cozy passenger cabin derived from a business jet and upgraded for use in spacecraft.

C7 Aerospace Division

Usage

Like other habitation modules, the Mk1 Crew Cabin increases the capacity of a vessel, allowing it to transport more Kerbals. This can be used to transport Kerbals to and from space stations, act as crew quarters for stations and vessels, and carry tourists or rescued Kerbals from contracts.

The Mk1 Crew Cabin has an impact tolerance of 40 m/s, equal to that of the Mk1 plane parts. This makes it as durable as the other parts in a plane, but much more durable than typical rocket parts. It has 2 inventory slots, able to hold 100L of cargo. Passengers in the cabin can perform a crew report.

The cabin has two doors, at the two ends of the cabin. Since these doors overlap with the cabin's two attachment nodes, they will usually be blocked on a vessel. Kerbals will only be able to enter and exit by transferring them to and from another crew pod. Additionally, the two doors have no handholds to grab from EVA.

The Mk1 Crew Cabin has a (non-combinable) internal 5k antenna. It cannot transmit science.

Gallery

Changes

1.2
  • Added ability to transmit science
1.0.5
  • Initial release