Owned and operated by the private Philippines AeroSpace Corporation, the Angeles Mobile Orbital Station (honoring my birthplace Angeles City, Pampanga Philippines) is a multi-purpose space orbital station capable of maintenance, repair and launching of various satellites.
Unlike most space stations, AMOS is equipped with major propulsion, landing and weapons systems that can have it deployed to different locations where its services are needed. Designed with the rotating multiple crews and with each crew member staying aboard the station for weeks or months, but rarely more than a year.
Length: 130 studs
Width: 48 studs
Height: 42 studs
Launch pad: Clark Air Base
Launch date: September 30, 2014
Call sign: AMOS
Now that really is a Simply Huge Investment in Parts! A most impressive SHIP and covered with interesting features. I didn't spot the separate little spacecraft at first. There's so much to see that I'm away to Flickr for a better look!
Wow, that is cool. Definitely qualifies as a SHIP! I like that you have the orange spacemen engaging in activities on all surfaces of the ship...really helps create the feeling that they're in space. Too cool.