The MSS Sensor Module is a small, single docking-port module used in space station construction. This part is unique among station modules, as it is the only part that generates power AND also holds an internal atmosphere.

The solar panels generate 25 units of Power, consume 5 units of power, leaving a net power output of 20 units.


  • Unlike other power-producing modules, the sensor panels automatically open upon the module's deployment. The panels do not retract when the module is powered off.
  • With a bit of docking maneuvering & skill, four of these can be arranged in a ring, a popular design in large space stations.
  • This is probably the analogue of the Mir's Spektr module because of its shape.
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