The U.N. Spacy made extensive use of Glamor's ES-11D Cat's Eye reconnaissance spaceplane. The ES-11D was designed for operation both in an atmosphere and in space the Cat's Eye makes use of two sets of engines for theatre–specific operation. In an atmosphere, the ES-11D makes use of two engines along either side of the dorsal-aft fuselage while in space it uses two wing-mounted reaction engines for propulsion and maneuvering. A very small crew of one pilot in the aft seat and one operations officer in the front seat work in the cockpit of the ES-11D which features numerous displays for operating the large radome atop the craft. Commander Lisa Hayes operated on board an ES-11D just before her capture and subsequent first contact with the Zentradi.
Accommodation: two; pilot plus operator
Power Plant: two low-atmosphere jet engines; two thermonuclear reaction turbine engines
Design Features: pilot/operator two seat cockpit; large radome