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Mu-2 shuttle
Production information
Manufacturer

Sienar Fleet Systems

Model

Mu-class Model 2 shuttle

Class

Scout

Technical specifications
Length

20 meters

Maximum speed (atmosphere)

850 km/h

Hyperdrive rating
  • Class 2.0
  • Backup class 20
Armament

Fire-linked forward laser cannons (2)

Crew
Passengers

14 troops

Cargo capacity

100 metric tons

Consumables

6 months

Usage
Role(s)
  • Reconnaissance
  • Transport
Era(s)
Affiliation

The Mu-class Model 2 shuttle, more commonly known as the Mu-2 shuttle, was a 20-meter long Sienar Fleet Systems long-range scout ship.

Characteristics

It carried a pilot, a co-pilot, 14 troops, 100 metric tons of cargo, and 6 months worth of consumables. The ship had a Class 2 hyperdrive, a Class 20 backup. 850 kilometers per hour could be achieved in atmosphere. Shields were supplemented by 2 fire-linked forward laser cannons.

Although the Model 2 carried fewer passengers and less weaponry than the original variety, it required two fewer crew than the Model 1, had four enclosed sleeping cabins, and boasted a miniature galley.

History

The Radell Mining Corporation, the Galactic Empire, and the New Republic all employed the Mu-2.

Sources

Sienar spacecraft classes
Transports
Lambda-class T-4a shuttle - Martial-class shuttle - Mu-class Model 1 Shuttle - Mu-class Model 2 Shuttle - Sentinel-class landing craft - Scimitar - TIE lander - TIE/sh shuttle - WR-542 Shooting Star
Patrol ships
Guardian-class light cruiser - IPV-1 Patrol Craft - Warden-class light cruiser
Frigates
Enforcer-class picket cruiser - Immobilizer 418 cruiser - Interdictor-class Cruiser - Vindicator-class heavy cruiser
Battleships
Sienar Battleship
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