Here it is in all it's big, clunky glory: the Fireball Version Two, Interplanetary Cargo Vessel, or at least it's outside; there were a lot of photos to take.
From the front can be seen the anamorphic windshield, which allows the pilot to see a larger area even though the ocular opening is relatively small, and two antennas of ambiguous purpose located on either side of the craft.
On the left side of the ship is located the incredibly small aperture into the ship; developers have taken this issue into consideration and will amend the problem in the next version of the Fireball spacecraft.
On the back of the ship may be seen the engine, and autonomous laser defense turrets for eliminating... asteroids...
On the right side can be seen another laser, which can be manned, for destroying those pesky asteroids.
Underneath can be seen a Goby Class repair droid located between the landing gear, the repair droid is a vital part of any space craft.
Repair droid doing... uh...repairs...
Internal. Only the cockpit is oxidized, this prevents the need for surplus oxygen and decreases the probability of a complete vacuum being formed due to damage to the hull
Here can be seen the oxygen tank refill station, nanite dispenser, and communicator/navigator's seat.
Here may be seen the engineer taking forty winks in his chair, a plant and a fish-tank to alleviate the boring task of the crew, and some power tools of ambiguous purpose.
The pilot in the... pilot's chair.
Airlock to and from the cockpit.
Navigator exits the cockpit.
Here can be seen a control panel of ambiguous purpose and two C02 cyclic converters, which extract the carbon from CO2 via the complex and dubious processes of quantum fusion and fission thereby created breathable O2.
The blast doors to the engine opened.
The corridor to the engine.
The asymmetric radial thruster engine. The insufficient size is being addressed in version three of the Fireball.
The power source; the ship runs primarily off of imagination, without that it's unlikely that it will ever fly.
Here the engineer is entering one of three escape pods.
Escape pod launches...
The cargo hold. The navigator enters a deployable fighter craft for dealing with those more mobile asteroids.
Just a few short range missiles for decoration.
Personal storage in the cockpit...
And a gravity generator located under the stairs...