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MS-21 Eyezack Mobile Suit

I. Dimensions
Total Height: 19.2 meters
Total Depth:
Total Breadth:
Dry Weight: 20.8 metric tons

II. Type

III. Service Use

IV. Propulsion



Note: all plasma-shock expansion engines draw their plasma from a single fusion pile.

V. Performance

Running speed: 102 kph
Max loiter time 600 seconds
Jump distance:(*) 150 meters
Generator Endurance: 3 years
Acceleration: 0.88 G
Delta-v capacity: 7.3 kps
* = Earth-normal conditions and without thrusters

VI. Electronics

Radar tracking:
Optical tracking:
Tactical Electronic Warfare System (TEWS):

(*) Terran designation. The Tirolian designers considered the sensors part of the design and did not assign separate designations for these systems.

VII. Armament

VIII. Armor

The armor on the MS-21 is a low-mass lunarium tungsten composite plating that is the standard for most Terran mecha. Aside from the good protection provided against projectiles, missiles, and other kinetic weapons, this armor is also resistant to plasma globes (annihilation discs), lasers, and fair against, particle guns too, owing to the fact that the armor can flake off and evaporate in layers under fire from such high-energy weapons, taking much of the weapon's energy and converting it into the latent heat of sublimation in the armor. The armor stops all small arms fire, and has good resistance to all weapons commonly mounted on combat mecha.

The Eyezack provides full protection from nuclear, biological, and chemical hazards, using an overpressure cockpit environment activated by radiation and hazardous chemical sensors, or manually when biological warfare conditions are anticipated. The internal consumables supplies can provide atmosphere for three days maximum.

IX. Development

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Content by Jeffrey R. Spillner
Copyright 2000, 1999, 1998 Jeffrey R. Spillner

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