FebRovery is here again, and I have a neat little Classic Space thmed rover to go in my Constellation Space Authority interpretation.
The LR-148 was used on backwater worlds for basic exploratory needs. A utility robot was standard issue to assist the brave explorer on his missions. also standard was the Mk. II Personal Rocketpack System and PPS (Personal Phazr System). Enjoy!
Lights, lights, lights! It can be quite dark this deep out from the local star.
Equipped with a dual dish system, the brave explorer can not only communicate with the home base, but also receive bilter-ball transmissions.
Robot deployment arm Stage 1.
Robot deployment arm Stage 2.
Robot deployment arm Stage 3.
Utility Robot deployed for service.
Unfortunately, the LR-148 had small storage capacity, so most of the space was dedicated to biscuits and tea for long exploration missions.
The auxiliary photon containment tank was known to be finicky and required constant maintenance.
The utility rack can be seen holding the Rocketpack and phazr.
Captain Sam and utility 'bot "Rudy" ready for the next mission!
Captain Sam and utility 'bot "Rudy" making adjustments to the faze array system.