|Event||Time (seconds)||Mass (tons)||Acceleration (m/s2)|
|First Tank drop||2.1570E+07||38205.9||0.197|
|Second Tank drop||4.3140E+07||22355.5||0.337|
|Third Tank depletion||6.4700E+07||6795.2||1.109|
|First Tank drop||9.2450E+07||3014.8||0.22|
|Second Tank drop||1.2030E+08||981.6||0.676|
Takes a bit of explaining, but the table is really in two parts. When the probe is nearing its target it manoeuvres around to place its sub-probes for the best fly-bys of interesting targets in the system, spreading them around far and wide. Each sub-probe has a dust-bug to put out a protective dust-cloud to ionise any meteoroids that might otherwise ram into it – something virtually certain as Daedalus plows through interplanetary space at 12.2 % of lightspeed.