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  1. Read about it here:https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/transmission/15306-MISC-Prospector-UnearthedMISC Prospector Unearthed The big difference between the Orion and Prospector will be: Orion = Large Mining Ship used for Mining Asteroid fields (mines by breaking up asteroids then tractoring in the rocks to be process and refined). The Orion is not suitable for mining on Planets or Planetoids (moons). Orion will also have mining drones. For reference: Star Citizen Careers: Mining The Orion has a Max Crew of 6 Prospector = Small Mining Ship with a Crew of 1. The MISC Mining Ship will likely be used to Mine on Planets and Moons - in addition to Asteroids = where the Orion is really only designed to Mine Asteroids (mainly due to its size and design). Since "size" also determines its ability to Refine Ore (since this process requires a great deal of equipment) = ONLY the Orion will have a built-in Ore Refining Option. Transcript of the relevant part, courtesy of INN: