|Dimensions||54.8L - 59.4W - 17.0H|
|Top Speed||223 m/s|
|Boost Speed||304 m/s|
|Hull Mass||150 t|
|Cargo Capacity||16 t|
|Fuel Capacity||16 t|
|Unladen Jump Range||11.59 ly|
|Landing Pad Size||Medium|
|Hardpoints||2x Utility Mounts|
2x Small Hardpoints
2x Medium Hardpoints
|Internals||2x Size 2 Compartments|
2x Size 3 Compartments
1x Size 4 Compartment
1x Size 5 Compartment
|Jump Range||31.47 ly|
|Top Speed||255 m/s|
|Top Boost||348 m/s|
|Cargo Capacity||72 t|
|Mass lock factor||8|
The Asp Scout is a lighter and cheaper version of the Asp Explorer.
Lakon Spaceways unveiled the Asp Scout in late 3301 as a cheaper alternative to the well-regarded Asp Explorer, and in terms of market it sits between the Diamondback range and the Asp Explorer. It utilizes much of the same airframe as the Explorer, but the reduced hardpoint capacity (compared to its parent model) means it packs less of a punch. Test pilots reported that the mass reduction resulted in a vessel that handles better than the Asp Explorer while maintaining its impressive jump capability.
— In-game Description
Compared to the Explorer variant, the Scout lacks the two 'fins' on the back and has fewer hardpoints (two small and two medium). It also has better manoeuvrability at the cost of fewer and smaller internals as well as slightly decreased top speeds.
The weapon hardpoints are located as follows: One Top mounted Class 2 Medium hardpoints on each side of the cockpit (Total 2), and Two bottom mounted Class 1 Small hardpoints directly underneath the cockpit.
Unlike the Asp Explorer, the Asp Scout has a single centerline grouping of engines instead of the twin offset engine mountings of the Explorer. Compared to the Asp Explorer, the Scout is shorter, and wider than the original.
|LHS 3447||Dalton Gateway||May 12, 2016|
|LHS 215||Spring Gateway||October 15, 2017|
|GD 219||McKee Ring||May 12, 2016|
|Belarsuk||Kurland Hub||May 18, 2016|
|Lusonda||Lee Orbital||29 June, 2016|
|Altair||Solo Orbiter||30 June, 2016|
|Taotiges||Yano Terminal||20 July, 2016|
|Kappa Phoenicis||Flipchenko Hub||5 September, 2016|
|Fusang||Cleve Vision||December 9 2016|
|Ross 733||Strelakov Gateway||December 29 2016|
|Cernobog||Kirkwood Vision||February 5 2017|
|LFT 625||Fox Enterprise||June 19 2017|
|Congari||Tendin station||April 18 2017|
|Aulin||Aulin Enterprise||July 14 2016|
|Mu Koji||Aksyonov Hub||August 11 2017|
|Shinrarta Dezhra||Jameson Memorial||January 26, 2018||10% Discount, Founders Permit Needed|
| |Neto |Ising Vison |Mardh 24, 2018
- Main article: Outfitting
"class 4": Power Plant, Thrusters, Frame Shift Drive, Power Distributor, Sensors, Fuel Tank.
"3 class": Life Support.
Comparison with Asp Explorer Edit
|Max Cargo||Stock Jump
|Asp Scout||4||111 at 0 pips
167 at 2 pips
223 at 4 pips
304 w/ boost
|128 at 0 pips
192 at 2 pips
255 at 4 pips
348 w/ boost
|72 T||11.69 Ly||31.47 Ly|
|Asp Explorer||6||122 at 0 pips
188 at 2 pips
245 at 4 pips
345 w/ boost
|139 at 0 pips
215 at 2 pips
290 at 4 pips
395 w/ boost
|128 T||13.12 LY||38.19 Ly|
Max Top Speed* obtained with no weapons, no utility mounts, no modules fitted, smallest fuel tank, and lightest internals fitted.
- The Asp Scout length (54.8 m) is similar to a Boeing 747 SP (56.3 m).
Ships by type
|Flight Operations Carrier||