The airship is visible approaching a landing pylon. This scene is similar to that visible in the poster, only the viewpoint is quite different. The airship design is loosely based on that of the Los Angeles, the first great airship of the U.S. Navy, built by the Zeppelin company for the U.S. as part of Germany's reparations for WW1. But I digress... This updated design includes additional gas bags for increased lift, a ceramic composite outer skin for durability and thermal stability, and five CAT turbojets for propulsion. In the foreground a mini magtanker is hauling up some tanks, which will be transported with dozens others on the airship.
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