Mk2 Inline Cockpit

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Mk2 Inline Cockpit
Part image
Cockpit by
C7 Aerospace Division

Radial size Mk2
Cost (total) 3 500.00 Funds
(dry) 3 470.00 Funds
Mass (total) 2.10 t
(dry) 2.00 t
Drag 0.1
Max. Temp. 2500 K
Volume  ?
Impact Tolerance 45 m/s
Research High altitude flight.png High Altitude Flight
Unlock cost 20 000 Funds
Since version 0.25
Part configuration mk2CockpitInline.cfg
Command module
Pitch torque 15.0 kN·m
Yaw torque 15.0 kN·m
Roll torque 15.0 kN·m
Electricity required for torque
Crew capacity (maximum) Crew
(required) Crew
Monopropellant 25 Units of fuel
Electric capacity 150.0 
SAS level × None
Inventory Slots 2 slots
Volume Limit 150 l
Lift generated 0.47

The Mk2 Inline Cockpit is a Mk2 sized cockpit with a frontal node for attaching other parts. It is one of the two cockpits that can be stack-mounted (in one size). It has a flat plane with a hatch instead of a nose cone unlike other cockpits.

Product description

After 'accidentally' snapping the nose off of the Mk2 Cockpit, the engineers over at the C7 Aerospace Division realised that such a design looked quite functional. They quickly hammered out the following part and spruced it up for all your inline spaceplane cockpit needs!

C7 Aerospace Division


It is best used in spaceplanes because the Mk2 shape generates decent lift. It has two attachment nodes, fore and aft, allowing it to be placed inline with other Mk2 parts. Otherwise it is very much like the standard Mk2 Cockpit. One crew is enough to control the vehicle so this cockpit gives a limited "crew transport" capability to the craft. The MK2 Crew Cabin is ideal for adding crew capacity.



  • The Mk2 Inline Cockpit was adopted from the "Spaceplane Plus" (SPP) mod by PorkJet.
  • The back seat of the cockpit has a docking mode button similar to that in the Mk1 Cockpit. It is useless however due to the cockpit being taller than the Mk2 Clamp-O-Tron.


  • New model and IVA
  • Initial release