|This article is about a/an Zord in Power Rangers in Space, the last installment in the Zordon Era.|
It was remotely controlled through the Red Space Ranger's Battlizer device and therefore did not require a pilot so completely lacked its own cockpits. As a result, the interior of the Megaship was mostly mechanical parts and a small control room used infrequently by the Rangers. When not in use, it was held in the Delta Docking Station, a spacedock which would split apart to release the Megaship. The Astro Megaship could also be docked atop the spacedock's ring structure.
The Delta Megaship was previously owned by the Phantom Ranger, who held the disc that could activate it. The Phantom Ranger gave this disc to Andros, as the Phantom Ranger had to go after Zordon and thought Andros could make better use of it. When Ecliptor was upgraded into Red Ecliptor he demonstrated his new power by blasting the Delta Megazord, reducing it to pieces. It was damaged beyond repair.
Appearances: PRIS Episodes 11, 12, 15-17, 20, 21, 23, 29, 37
In this form, it was equipped with high-powered gatling blasters on each hand (termed Gyro Blasters) which doubled as fingers, and was called upon when extra firepower was needed. It was typically controlled remotely by Andros via his Battlizer device.
Appearances: PRIS Episodes 11-13, 17, 20, 24, 29, 30, 35-37, 40
Astro Delta Megazord
The Astro and Delta Megazords could combine to form the Astro Delta Megazord. In this mode, its main weapons were the Delta Megazord's Gyro Blasters, mounted on the shoulders. It could also launch its fists for devastating missile attacks as a finishing move, the Flying Power Punch, activated by Andros pressing the first button on his Battlizer.
This combination was first used in "The Great Evilyzer", in which Astronema used the eponymous device to turn the Delta Megazord evil. In order to turn the Delta Megazord good, the Rangers forcibly merged it with the Astro Megazord with the hope it would override Astronema's evil programming. This first combination was a bit rough, as the Delta Megazord tried to break free. But it ultimately succeeded and the Delta Megazord was back under the Rangers' control. After this, this combination could be formed at will.
It stopped prominently appearing after the Rangers gained the much stronger Mega Voyager and was rendered unformable altogether when the Delta Megazord was destroyed.
Appearances: PRIS Episodes 12, 13, 15-17, 20, 21, 23, 24, 36, 37
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