A late entry in the Icarus Workshops, project Hoho uses deuterium-cheerium fusion to propulse the Icarus HoHoHo up to 5% of the speed of light.
The large radiators use high emissivity biological fractal surfaces knows as ‘needles’ to transmit a maximum of radiation.
The tanks are color coded so the Electro Logarithmic Vehicle Enhancing Servorobots, the ‘elves’, can easily identify them once they are empty and ensure adequate maintenance. The propulsion is provided by the ‘Stardrive’ a laser driven pellet fusion engine.

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