Battlestar Galactica Pegasus Ship

Battlestar Galactica Pegasus Ship

If you’re a Battlestar Galactica fan, you’ll really need to get your hands on this Battlestar Galactica Pegasus Ship. Not only is it an incredibly detailed model of an amazing spaceship, but it comes with Collector Magazine #8, which features in-depth information about the Battlestar Galactica Pegasus Ship as well as behind the scenes information from the show’s creators.

Pegasus, a Mercury-Class Battlestar, was one of the most advanced military ships in the Colonial Fleet. This Battlestar Pegasus ship was created by Eaglemoss working closely with the Galactica visual effects team. The result is an incredibly detailed and accurate rendition of this iconic spacecraft. While the fictional ship measured 1,789 meters in length, this one is a much smaller scale, measuring about 10″ long. The included collectors magazine is 16 pages in length.

Admiral Helena Cain requests that you add this Battlestar Galactica Battlestar Pegasus with Collector Magazine #8 to your fleet. Created by Eaglemoss in close work with members of the modern Galactica VFX team to ensure that this is as accurate as possible, it measures about 8 to 11-inches long and is made of ABS plastic. The accompanying magazine profiles the ship and features interviews with the show’s creators, including Ronald D. Moore!

If you are looking for the most powerful ship to survive the Cylon attack, Pegasus also known as ‘The Beast’ was one of the most advanced and powerful ships in the Colonial fleet. Discover more about Pegasus in the Battlestar Galactica Ships Collection!

Battlestar Galactica Pegasus Ship from the 1978 series Battlestar Galactica was a force among Battlestars, and one of only two to survive the Cylon attack on the Colonies. Pegasus has two twin runway flight pods, used by Vipers and Raptors for launching and landing. 90 Vipers are lost attacking a Cylon communication relay, but Pegasus still boasts a sizable fleet. The ship has a power-plant befitting its name, employing eight sublight engines for propulsion. In addition to manoeuvring thrusters, it also has a hyperjump FTL core engine.

This 16-page magazine contains in-depth information capturing information about Battlestar Galactica Pegasus Ship, exclusive behind the scene articles and an interview with Ronald D. Moore.

This Battlestar Galactica Pegasus Ship is available to pre-order for $59.99 at Entertainment Earth. It is expected to ship in October 2019.

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