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12 hours ago, 2P51 said:

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I think the work is awesome, but I do have to ask how do we go from the containers mounted sideways on the ship to laying flat on the ground for unloading?

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10 minutes ago, ThreeBFour said:

I think the work is awesome, but I do have to ask how do we go from the containers mounted sideways on the ship to laying flat on the ground for unloading?

I'd suggest that the ship never lands. The freighter detaches the containers in orbit, and small tugs come in, clamp onto the top of the container and carry it to the surface.

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13 minutes ago, ThreeBFour said:

I think the work is awesome, but I do have to ask how do we go from the containers mounted sideways on the ship to laying flat on the ground for unloading?

The starport may be equipped with tractor beams to handle the containers?

The ship is equipped with a tractor beam to handle the containers?

The containers themselves are equipped with repulsor units, allowing the containers to perform limited maneuvers on a starport?

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1 hour ago, Dafydd said:

I'd suggest that the ship never lands. The freighter detaches the containers in orbit, and small tugs come in, clamp onto the top of the container and carry it to the surface.

This was how it was portrayed in the X-wing series, which I believe both the ship and the containers originate from. 

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