Sensor Control

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In space, sensors are the eyes and ears of any ship or station. It is vital that they are kept in top shape at all times. Due to the shear volume of usage and, in some cases, the delicate nature of sensor instruments, maintenance is a continuous operation. To ease the workload of Operations and Engineering personnel, Starfleet adopted the idea of placing sensors on pallets. These pallets are not only constructed to be easily worked on but also readily swapped out. This is done in numerous sensor maintenance bays throughout a ship or station. These bays are located in close proximity of the Sensor Arrays and are stocked not only with spare parts, but entire pallets ready to be swapped-out. Usually an industrial replicator can also be found there.

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