RSI Orion Situ1b 150219 GH
ManufacturerRoberts Space Industries
Maximum Crew6 persons[1]
Standalone Price$325
Mass (empty)5,400 T[1]
Cargo Capacity216 Standard Cargo Units
13824 SCU (raw ore)[2]
Max Power Plant Size [?]Size 6[1]
Factory Power PlantComing Soon[1]
Main Thrusters [?]TR6[1]
Factory EngineComing Soon[1]
Maneuvering Thrusters [?]12 × TR3[1]
Factory Maneuvering ThrustersComing Soon[1]
Max Shield [?]Size 6[1]
ShieldComing Soon[1]
HardpointsWeapons Systems
Class 1
Size 6
Mining Laser[1]
Class 4
Size 4
Tractor Beam[1]
Class 4
Size 1
Flak Guns[1]
Additional EquipmentComing Soon[source?]

The Orion is a promised feature of the $31 million crowdfunding goal.[3]

Official descriptionEdit

The RSI Orion is mankind’s premiere spatial mining platform, featuring multiple independent mining drones, an onboard refinery and a system of saddlebag-class storage units. This beast has a massive price tag of $325 USD which can be quite expensive for many users playing the game

For advanced mining operations, the RSI Orion is second to none. The Orion carries a crew of up to six, responsible for flight operations, engineering and manning both turrets and pre-installed drone interfaces.

Onboard accommodations, while industrial in style, support all crew for extended duration mining runs. A genuine complete mining solution, a single Orion can locate, identify and extract lucrative ores, or it can be paired with explorers and transports to form the centerpiece of a larger-scale mining operation! Get to the core of the matter with the all-new RSI Orion.

The Orion is a machine with built in refinery and a massive storage weight that can hold lots of ores. The downside to the Beautiful Orion is the massive price tag of $325 USD which is a lot of money for a single game but I believe it is worth it for the amazing capabilities and refinery's.



  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 RSIIcon Rugged Colossus: Orion Mining Platform on RSI Website
  2. 2.0 2.1 RSIIcon Hull B Q&A, Cargo Chart section on RSI Website
  3. RSIIcon $29 Million! Squadron 42! on RSI Website