After the R-9E was built, development proceeded in two ways. The series continued with the R-9E2 Owl Light and was thought to end with the R-9E3 Sweet Luna, with the innovation of integrating the radome with the main chassis. This idea was revisited a while later, eventually culminating in this model. The engineers went back to the first R-9E model and rebuilt it from the ground-up, incorporating a new type of spherical radome into the chassis. This new radar technology allowed for greater sensory input, something which the Space Corps immediately recognized and deployed the ship for service.
[Spherical Radome Type]
The radome was rebuilt as a sphere in order to collect flawless visual data in all directions.
Pilots must log 360 minutes of general flight time to unlock this craft.