Ships The Orca: Air Vents

So I was watching the Orca with the free cam and found some

Source: https://imgur.com/Yl6VoaD


Exhaust vents. Alright yeah, this does make sense. Didnt spot that on any other ship yet.

Also, these are the exhaust vents too?..
Source: https://imgur.com/sqqjOPG

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Source: https://imgur.com/jMlNjxG

Source: https://imgur.com/hKhNJR5

Wait air intakes? In space? What.. I am confused.
(Also you can see through the bottom intakes, FDev pls fix)
 
could be thruster vents?
I dont quite understand what thruster vents are, but the problem is. These air intakes are (the bottom ones) facing forwards, so it cant release heat because well, you'd be releasing alot of heat into your ship.
 
Remember Interstellar? "to move forward you need to leave something behind"
That's what thrusters do.
And to stop the ship you have forward thrusters that throw things forward
 
Try backing up your ship...
I dont quite understand what thruster vents are, but the problem is. These air intakes are (the bottom ones) facing forwards, so it cant release heat because well, you'd be releasing alot of heat into your ship.
Try throttling up/down while in the external cam and you can often see what all the various vents do...
 
Where does it say that?
"The holidays tend to include extreme, and frequently quite dangerous, activities in distant locations, like atmospheric wave-riding, volcano diving and magnetic surfing. Trusted intrepid pilots take these adventurers 'to the edge' for 'life-changing experiences'.[1]" (from the Saud Kruger wiki page)

Saud Kruger' ship names, shape, and history seem to suggest that they are submersible.
 
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