Spacecraft da Vinci

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Spacecraft da Vinci
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Professor Farnsworth and Fry using the spacecraft to reach Planet Vinci (6ACV05).
InventorLeonardo da Vinci
Owner(s)Probably Professor Farnsworth
First appearance"The Duh-Vinci Code" (6ACV05)
Current statusProbably at the HQ

Spacecraft da Vinci is a flying machine that allows its user to travel through space. It was designed by Leonardo da Vinci and built sometime between the 15th and 16th centuries. This machine is not aerodynamic, but "spacedynamic" instead.


When the Planet Express crew found the relics that Leonardo's lost workshop in Rome was hiding during July 3010, Fry and Professor Farnsworth managed to assemble the spacecraft (6ACV05). It carried them to Planet Vinci, and later back to Earth. Once back home, the Professor must have kept it.

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  • There are many obvious problems with Spacecraft da Vinci. Some of them include:
    • It could not have been launched into space by the cannon, as the force would not be sufficient.
      • If the force of the cannon was strong enough, the spacecraft would have been destroyed, seeing as it was made of wood.
        • It could be made of a substance resembling wood.
    • Once in space, the fins and the turning headpiece appear to be propelling the ship by displacing air, although there is no air in space. You can also hear them flapping.
    • Whatever the spacecraft's motive force, it appears to lack faster-than-light capability, meaning it would be incapable of even leaving Earth's solar system in only a month.
    • There could not possibly be enough food, water and oxygen on the ship to last Fry and the Professor for a month.


    Professor Farnsworth: No wonder this contraption isn't aerodynamic. It's not an aircraft. It's a spacecraft!