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N-1 Starfighter

this starfighter design was created for the use of the Royal Naboo air defense fleet by the Theed Place Space Vessel Engineering Corps. It was a sleek, needle-shaped craft with two short wings. It employed an astromech droid to offload key functions from the single pilot. Unlike future designs which load the astromech from the top, the smaller N-1 loaded the droid from the bottom. The legs and lower body fit snugly into position, and the droid's head was raised up to extend above the fuselage. This allowed greater connectivity to the ship's computers and freed up valuable space. The wings supported a pair of modified Nubian 221 sublight engines arranged in a J-type, or twin-radial, configuration, which made the craft extremely maneuverable in atmospheres. With this configuration, the N-1 had a top atmospheric speed of 1,100 kilometers per hour. The N-1 was also equipped with a Nubian Monarc C-4 hyperdrive for interstellar travel. The ship was armed with a pair of laser cannons and a proton torpedo launcher, and had a sophisticated sensor and shielding suite. Overall, the N-1 fighter measured eleven meters in length. The distinctive rat-tail which extended from the rear of the ship housed a computer communications package that allowed ground-based controllers on Naboo to relay battle information to each N-1 starfighter while in combat. In keeping with the Naboo culture and ecology, the N-1 was also equipped with propulsion systems that produced a limited amount of emissions. The ship's yellow fuselage was contrasted with a highly-polished chromium finish, which indicated that the ship served the ruler of Naboo.
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