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The Egg Jet has a peculiar design, whose components are all blocky. Mostly colored grey with hints of red and black, it has a streamlined main body and attachments on the top and bottom reminiscing space shuttle fins. The rear and the recess in it is covered with five rocket exhausts.
After the Super Genesis Wave, the Egg Jet became virtually identical to its game counterpart, only for it to be piloted by Dr. Snively.
The Egg Jet's name was not mentioned in the games. Instead, it was mentioned as the name for its counterpart in the Sonic comics published by Archie Comics.
Eggman is known to have more space shuttles inside of his hidden pyramid base during the events of Sonic Adventure 2, as Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and Amy used one to get to the Space Colony ARK and then possibly used it to get back to the earth at the end of the game. This space shuttle apparently bears a heavy resemblance to the American space shuttle "Discovery," which was part of NASA's Space Shuttle program.
Eggman launching the Egg Jet from Wing Fortress Zone.
Sonic and Tails chasing the Egg Jet.
The Egg Jet docking at the Death Egg while Sonic is hanging on it.