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 ===Komarov-class=== ===Komarov-class===
-Is noted as "This is a compact, single-stage-to-orbit vehicle using anti-+The ATR rocket is listed as giving 0.2g/module for a total of 0.6g. But the basic ATR at TL 10 give 0.2 with hydrogen and using water instead you get 0.6g/module for a total of 1.8g. 
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 +It is also noted as "This is a compact, single-stage-to-orbit vehicle using anti-
 matter rocket engines to achieve high performance. This permits landing and takeoff from high-G worlds. It is designed to glide in for a landing from orbit, but it can operate from a vertical position"​ matter rocket engines to achieve high performance. This permits landing and takeoff from high-G worlds. It is designed to glide in for a landing from orbit, but it can operate from a vertical position"​
  
-But its ability to operate in high-G worlds is severely limited by the low acceleration and D-v.+But its ability to operate in high-G worlds is severely limited by the low D-v.
  
-It can only take off or land on planets with more than the 0.6g if they have atmosphere. Further the d-V is just enough to reach low orbit of 1g planet with a minimal reserve for docking maneuvers,​de-orbiting and similar, so it could not operate from larger planets. So no real "​high-G"​ world capability and only limited earth size world support requiring an atmosphere.+The d-V is just enough to reach low orbit of 1g planet with a minimal reserve for docking maneuvers,​de-orbiting and similar, so it could not operate from larger planets. So no "​high-G"​ world capability and only limited earth size world support requiring an atmosphere ​for landing or orbital refueling.
  
 ===Star Hunter=== ===Star Hunter===
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