Mk1 Inline Cockpit
|Mk1 Inline Cockpit|
| Cockpit by |
C7 Aerospace Division
|Radial size||Small, Small|
|Max. Temp.||2000 K|
|Impact Tolerance||40 m/s|
|Pitch torque||10.0 kN·m|
|Yaw torque||10.0 kN·m|
|Roll torque||10.0 kN·m|
|Electricity required for torque||
|Electric capacity||50.0 ⚡|
|SAS level||× None|
The Mk1 Inline Cockpit is a small cockpit with a frontal node for attaching other parts. It is one of the two cockpits thus far that can be stack-mounted (in one size).
The cockpit's small radial size attachment points enable placing it inline with such other small parts as RCS tanks, SAS modules, docking ports, or a nose cone. This offers far more versatility over the Mk1 Cockpit. Much like the Mk1 Cockpit, it's interior's expansive canopy makes it useful for IVA flights.
|“|| A next generation inline cockpit. Designed for sleek high speed aircraft.
— C7 Aerospace Division
- The "Rescue" text on the right side of the cockpit resembles the same text visible on the left side of the cockpit of an F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft.
- Remodeled, proper IVA added.
- Renamed from Mk2 Cockpit to Mk1 Inline Cockpit
- Added Electrical power
- Added IVA (basic, no windows)
- Crew capacity reduced from 3 to 1
- Initial Release