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Thuverl-Salan class

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thuverl-salan
General and Technical Data

Class: Thuverl-Salan
Unit type:
 medium-scale battleship
Manufacturer: Geteulmaqulla-Zollia 4,146,163-53,717,550th Zentradi Fully-Automated Armory Planet
Operator(s): Zentradi; New U.N. Spacy
First deployment: unknown
Dimensions: overall height 410.0 meters; overall length 2.3 km; overall width 880.0 meters
Weight: standard operating displacement 39,500,000.0 metric tons
Powerplant: Geteulmaqulla-Zollia heat pile system cluster, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: main thrusters: Workl-Quatafilla macro nozzle cluster; Workl-Quatafilla vernier nozzle cluster; Shik-Telnekulla fold system cluster
Performance: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; Geteulmaqulla-Zollia gravity control system
Fixed armaments: many x guided beam cannon, mounted across hull; many x small maneuverable warship weapon, mounted across hull; many x anti-ship/aircraft missile launcher, mounted across hull
Mecha/aircraft: many x Glaug; many x Gnerl; many x Reentry Pod

Technical and Historical Notes

The Thuverl-Salan medium-scale battleship was the workhorse of the Zentradi forces. Manufactured at the Geteulmaqulla-Zollia armory planet, the ship was armed with many guided beam cannons, small maneuverable warship weapons and anti-ship/aircraft missile launchers. The ship could also accommodate many Gnerl fighter pods, various tactical pods and atmospheric Reentry Pods. In the decades after Space War I, the Thuverl-Salan was used by Zentradi divisions in New U.N. Spacy on various colony worlds.

Miscellaneous Information

First appearance: Super Dimension Fortress Macross
Original mechanical designer: Kazutaka Miyatake

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Director:
Noboru Ishiguro

Writer(s):
Hiroshi Ohnogi
Shoji Kawamori
Noboru Ishiguro
Sukehiro Tomita
Kenichi Matsuzaki

Mechanical Designer(s):
Shoji Kawamori
Kazutaka Miyatake

Character Designer:
Haruhiko Mikimoto

Musical Composer:
Kentaroh Haneda

Airdates:
Japan 10.03.1982 – 06.26.1983

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