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Deep Space Scanner . A high speed, advanced sensor platform. . In the old days of Classic Space, astronauts were always busily rushing around and smiling. The fastest of these were the mini-figs who crewed the LL-2 Deep Space Scanner. The main purpose of the Deep Space Scanner was to rush out to the edges of the known galaxy, whenever alien signals were detected. It used its large radars to scan the signals, determine if the aliens were friendly and then send a message to invite them round for a cup of tea. The Deep Space Scanner was powered by a mysterious spherical power source, known as the "Death Star". Radiation leaks from this powerful reactor gradually affected the pyscological health of the pilots. Some of them took to flying down canyons with all of the instruments turned off, listening to the voices in their heads for guidance. Others started to wear black capes and have sword fights with neon tubes. Worst of all were the ones who would only eat penne all'arrabbiata and used trays to attack people in the canteen. These terrible health effects caused the Deep Space Scanner to be grounded. The Deep Space Scanner was designed by the famous spaceship architects of Llwyngwril X, noted for the impractically of many their designs. As well as a the dangerous power source, the Deep Space Scanner's cockpit was very high off the ground when it landed. This lead to a special crew access vehicle having to be built. Pilots carried a rope and abseiling equipment in case they hand to land at a foreign spaceport with no ladders available. Below is some rare, poor quality, archive video of the Deep Space Scanner in flight. FOURTH WALL I though that folk might be interested in the high-tech rig that I used to keep both my camera and the spacecraft lined up whilst I rotated the radar ring to make the animated GIF. Please note that whilst I prefer to use fruit salad for ballast, any other tinned comestibles will serve just as well, with the obvious exception of baked beans.

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