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Farscape one
Farscape-1
Production information
Manufacturer

IASA

Modified by

John Crichton

Technical specifications
Modified systems

Various tech from Moya

Hyperdrive rating

None

Shielding

None

Armament

None

Crew

One pilot

Passengers

One

Usage
Role(s)

Scientific experimentation, Wormhole navigation

Earliest sighting

1.01 ("Premiere")

Latest sighting

Peacekeeper Wars: Part 2

Affiliation

IASA, Earth, Moya

Known owner(s)

John Crichton

  [Source]

Farscape-1 was John Crichton's space module that was originally designed to be able to survive high acceleration from a gravitational slingshot about the Earth. Crichton arrived in the Uncharted Territories via this craft, after accidentally traveling through a wormhole from Earth. Though Farscape-1 was considered relatively primitive by the standards of the other races Crichton encountered, it was somehow able to navigate wormholes where some other, more sophisticated craft, notably Peacekeeper Prowlers, could not without liquefying passengers.

Although originally equipped for one passenger, a second seat was added. This was used by Emperor Staleek, Scorpius, and Bekhesh.

John modified his module extensively using organic parts from Moya so that it could use various alternate fuels. This allowed it to achieve speeds that were not possible before its modification.

BackgroundEdit

The name of the show comes from this craft's name.

Ricky Eyres based the design of the ship on an experimental re-entry craft that NASA had designed. (Farscape: The Illustrated Companion)

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