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Meant to carry a new, more efficient compensator that it did not receive in the end, the Mars-class had a lot of excess power in its wedge. This let it tow missile pods without losing as much acceleration as other cruisers.
Compared to the Sword class, it only sported two-thirds of its telemetry capacity, had less magazine space and was twenty gravities slower. In exchange for these sacrifices, the Mars-class had superior electronic warfare capabilities and nearly twice the broadside armaments. (HH7)
There have been three production runs of this class so far. The Mars-A and Mars-B were powered by the Goshawk-3 fusion reactor, but the Mars-C carried the Goshawk-4 and the earlier built ships were steadily updated, because the Goshawk-3 had some serious design flaws: its failsafes were prone to spontaneous failure, resulting in the loss of two ships while in parking orbit and most likely even more that simply vanished while in transit. (SI1)
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