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  • ISAAC Organization

    User Space Agencies are custom agencies that are not in-game specific, but instead, are created by individual players as use for role-play purposes.

    If your agency is not on this list, please feel free to add it! We accept all agencies, provided they follow the Wiki Rules.

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  • Oberon1277

    Update

    December 17, 2017 by Oberon1277

    Congratulations to ISAAC & CGst on their inclusion in the game - well deserved!

    So I've been editing like crazy and loving it and am trying to learn more about the wiki editing code - like using brackets to link to pages - and am finding it difficult acquiring info on the matter. Is it something that Fandom would control or specific to this wiki? If anyone happens to know I'd welcome a point in the right direction.

    Lastly I'm going to try and take in a more active role here in our little micro-niche corner of the intorweb. I welcome feedback along the way and hope to meet more players as they're lives would be enriched in the process.

    *Intentionally late sarcasm warning posted ✅

    ||| Oberon1277 ||| (talk) 07:00, December 17, 2017 (UTC)

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  • Tesseractcubed

    Tutorial #1, Launch Training, is the first experience you have of gameplay, if you follow the right order of operations. In this tutorial, you are immediatly greeted by a box, saying, "Welcome to Space Agency!" A continue button is imposed on the bottom of the box, so you should probably click it. Then you click through 4 more slides, each introduing you to a new part of the the game.

    1. This is mission control.
    2. You will be flying progressivly harder missions.
    3. Missions will be described in the Briefing.
    4. Each briefing tells you what to do and "minimal" set of instructions. It (the game) recommends you use your initiative to be able to interpret the objectives and be able to complete them on your own.

    The next tab adds a new element, a hand suggesti…

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  • The Maths God

    After this post about a Nuclear Disarmament Treaty, MASE has decided to create the Space Agency Anti-Nuclear Treaty of Agreement (SAANTA). The treaty is as follows:

    "We, the agencies that have signed this treaty, agree never to use nuclear armaments near HOM nor in space. We also agree to not have  possession of nuclear weapons of any type, and to not test or research nuclear explosive devices.

    "We further agree to accept responsibility and punishment for possession, testing or use of nuclear devices, and to strive for a nuclear weapons-free future, and to prevent the possibility of a global nuclear war."

    The treaty was created by Elite Commander The Maths God, Head of MASE on the 16th December 2017. May this day be marked in history as the f…

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  • Aguywhocantgetpastspecimen1

    OK so first im going to ignore HOM and LUN as well as BLU because im pretty sure everyone knows what they are. Now to the names.




    PUR: Puren

    GOL: Golux

    YEL: Yellenned

    GRN: Gronnia

    ENC: Encalius

    RED: Reddon

    EMA: Emal

    JOR: Jorrex

    KAT: Katrea

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  • Aguywhocantgetpastspecimen1

    So im launching my Long range probe at 6:00 PM. it will try to fly by a few planets on the way and may require refuelling. it is expected to reach the planned coords by tommorow.

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  • CSgt

    Nuclear Disarmament

    December 16, 2017 by CSgt

    Nuclear disarmament refers to both the act of reducing or eliminating nuclear weapons and to the end state of a nuclear-weapons-free world, in which nuclear weapons are completely eliminated.

    As a show of peace and friendship to the Space Agency community following 1.8.0 update, York Space Agency (YSA) will be taking the LGM-25C Titan II (ICBM) out of service and decommissioning Nuclear Space Station (NSS) no later than Dec 31, 2017 at 11:59PM. This will lessen the probability of nuclear war occurring, especially accidentally.

    A Nuclear Disarmament Treaty is recommended between all user space agencies.

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  • Andkonnkbo

    Its been a while since you have seen me, and im back after a long awaited Return so here are my upcoming launches for this week

    -December 16th,

    Launch the Eagle Eight Viper 3 module to the international space station, We are sending New Draco modules up to the ISS to replace Outdated Orion Crew Modules.

    -December 17

    Viper 4 and 5 will launch along with a telescope to the ISS

    December 18

    -Marks the 1 yead anniversary of Galaxy X. To a tribute we will launch our President in the Eagle Eight for a orbit around the Earth

    Allies

    Other Than Space i would like to Request Meetings with ISAAC,CSGT and Tesserbectted.

    I want to talk about our long lost relations and possibilities of Astrounats coming aboard ISS

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  • Andkonnkbo

    Noolues X

    December 16, 2017 by Andkonnkbo

    I love this Rocket, Im gonna be more active on here

    And can i please have the discord link

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  • Angrycat9000

    1.8 Update Review

    December 16, 2017 by Angrycat9000


    The 1.8 update just came out and it is a strong update.  It has new missions and a lot of new parts. 

    The update adds missions 33 and 34.  Mission 33 has you installing a new CSgt Nuclear Reactor on the MSS.  Mission 34 is sending an ISAAC module and an Orion capsule to the ADS.  It was nice to have Mission 34 work in the chance to use the LP1 from the last update.  

    The CSgt Nuclear Reactor is a great addition that brings new functionality of permanent power source that isn't a solar panel. No longer do you need to keep stacking up solar panels to power your station (or using to the ATV battery hack).  The reactor generates 200 power, and consumes 6 for a net production of 196.  That is almost double what you could get from a large solar pa…


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  • Lunar Module

    1.9 hype

    December 16, 2017 by Lunar Module

    I can't wait for 1.9! Write your predictions for the parts want new stuff below.

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  • Tesseractcubed

    The largest issue I ( Tesseractcubed, Wiki Member) have tried to face was me not wanting to over-complicate the landing system, but still wanting to make landing the shuttle feel very rewarding. So, I have come to the conclusion, that the shuttle will a) use propellent only for the first half of landing, as it has the control surfaces of an airplane for the lower half of its descent, b) some buttons control toggle-able controls, such as landing gear and flaps, and c) buttons will continue to function if there is no fuel after you have entered the second half of the glide. Also, the control scheme will look very different from normal reentries, as the shuttle will have a/an

    • Runway alignment and distance indicator. (How far off center & distan…

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  • Stellarcrazyargonaut

    James The Explorer has contacted us. He is stranded on LUN after an engine failure. Anyone who can send supplies or a rescue vessel, please do - he says he only has 5 days worth of supplies.

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  • Andkonnkbo

    Update

    December 15, 2017 by Andkonnkbo

    I love the new update, just thought id drop by and see how you guys were doing

    Was the Isaac module mamed after Isaac or is that just a coincidence.

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  • TheScientistToBe

    So I have been doing a lot of school stuff lately. One of the most important of them is the Super Quiz Bowl 2nd elimination and I really prepared a lot for it. One thing though I did not prepare for is the subject ICT. So a question comes up in which it asks,"What is a photo which is shrinked to share and view galleries more easily?" or something else like that. I immediatly try to figure out what it is then, I remembered something. I was on an editing spree 3 or 2 days before so I at least remember everything from the wiki. Then one word comes to my mind while I was thinking about the wiki. Thumbnail. I was not really sure if it was the correct answer, but I just went for it. And you know what?I was the only person out of 60 people to get…

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  • Starboy101

    1

    December 14, 2017 by Starboy101

    Whats up guys

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  • Tesseractcubed

    New Logo

    December 14, 2017 by Tesseractcubed

    The new logo for my corporation is here!

    The design is meant to be simple and seen from almost any distance without any issues. In other logos, the design may be a negative, to save on paint costs for rockets, or a plain black or white stripe on the base of the red launchpad, for example.

    I would like any feedback if possible.

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  • Jereandr

    About me

    December 14, 2017 by Jereandr

    HI, I am Jeremy, otherwise known as Jereandr

    I am a 13 year old that lives in Hibbing, Minnesota

    I have been to many places, including Marquette, Chicago, Phoeix, Brooklyn, Warwick, Patterson, and Montreal 

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  • Tesseractcubed

    So yeah,

    The app wasn't hacked, but I accidentally deleted all of my data...

    Redoing missions is a go

    Rebuilding all my stations is a go

    Tesseractcubed, Wiki Member

    (P. S. Pity is well received)

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  • CommanderOz

    I thought of a timed speed race from ENC to GOL directly (distance of 5819), with the winner being the user whose ship has had the shortest time from exiting orbit of ENC to entering orbit of GOL. There are also other planets along the way as obstacles, or slingshots, depending on your strategy. It is thanks to System Maps and Space Station Designs that I thought of and planned this.

    Still trying to figure out how to set the opening and closing times for this, perhaps using UTC, as I expect players to come from all over the planet.

    I will also allow confirmed administrators to serve as referees for this.

    Example list of rules:

    • Player attempts to be recorded in video fully
    • Recorded videos must be submitted in original form
    • 10 part minimum
    • Maximum …
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  • SPACEBEAN99

    EXP station

    December 11, 2017 by SPACEBEAN99

    I have begun work on my new station, EXP, when complete it will have 6 landers, 4 pods, 8 oxygen gardens, 13 refuel silos,  8 siesmometers, 3 antennas, 2 stand alone labs, and plenty of living space, here is the current station

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  • SPACEBEAN99

    RED ALERT!!

    December 10, 2017 by SPACEBEAN99

    RED ALERT! RED ALERT! 

    This is an emergency transmission, EAP station LRS (Lunar resarch station) was destroyed by an explosive payload, the originis have been traced to the following coordinates: -666 X, 439 Y, the explosion resulted in the deaths of 23 astronauts, major injurys to 78, and minor injuries to 236, both of the escape pods where also destroyed, it seems that there may be a hostile station that has set its targets on us, and the most curious part is that we had just declassified a weapons program based on a OAE, the OAE was at the exact coordinates found programmed into the explosive payload, we believe they were attempting to destroy the program, thankfully the program was not damaged, however 3 of the 10 scientist working on …

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  • Angrycat9000

    Centari Spaceworks has started construction on a new station.  At 78 modules, it currently rivals the 79 module Xerces station.  Once completed it will be the largest station constructed by Centari Spaceworks.

    This new station takes advantage of the newer cargo bay, corridor, and airlock modules.  It is on track to consume 800+ power.

    One of the core features are the three high security docking bays.  They are protected by retractable docking bay doors.  Inside the high security docking bay, the ship to station connection is bridged by an airlock that can be used to isolate the docked ship from the station air supply.   

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  • The Maths God

    After a period of research, MASE has come up with a working design for the HL3. Despite being slightly less powerful than the old HL2, it can be fitted with boosters of varying sizes, dependant on the size and weight of the payload(s).

    The cost is significantly less than the HL2 as well, costing only $48,300,000 for the base rocket (without payload, fairings or boosters) and $60,800,000 for the HL3 (C), compared to the $93,250,000 for the HL2.

    As previously mentioned, the HL3 has three variants with three different sized boosters. These are the HL3 (A), HL3 (B) and HL3 (C). Most singular large payloads will only require the HL3 (A) variant.


    Just like the ML1 before it, the ML2 has been cancelled due to the fact that the SL1 can lift medium pa…


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  • Benoit13

    Make connection

    December 10, 2017 by Benoit13

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  • TheScientistToBe

    Badges

    December 8, 2017 by TheScientistToBe

    So I have been editing a LOT over the past few days.Why?Because of the badges.I'm really happy with this update on the wiki and its giving me motivation to edit some more and type a blog...like this one.

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  • Tesseractcubed

    Badges Have Arrived!

    December 7, 2017 by Tesseractcubed

    So badges are a way from the fandom wiki to celebrate acheivements. I believe (THIS IS NOT A FACT!!) that I asked about badges to CSgt, and I am happy that we were able to implement them into this wiki!

    The lint to the Fandom Badge Page\

    Yes I know these are technically acheivements...

    Anyways... Yeah

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  • Thecrazyspacesoviet

    In fear of country's private agencyies that belong to the U.N have broken U.N laws that prohibit nuclear arms being taken into space. The russian government and NDO(National Defence Organization) have organized a project in order to defend Russia from nuclear attack.


    The project has developed two things. DSMTS, (Department of Space-Maritime Transport Service) and Sattilite ring "Eagle". The Eagles Are spy sattilites armed with multiple nuclear warheads each. The number and location of these Eagles are classified. These sattilites are designed only to watch launches and Possibly dangerous military stations made by other nations. Eagles only release their nuclear payloads to hostile stations or bases that are not on HOM. Launching a warhead towards…
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  • The Maths God

    MASE has set out two new missions to advance their space technology.


    ACS stands for Advanced Communications Satellite, and it will be placed in a low HOM orbit, and take over most of the communications from the existing communications satellite. The ACS will have a larger dish for greater range and coverage, larger solar panels to cater for its increased power requirements, and manouvering thrusters, which will allow it full manouevuring capability.

    The main challenge in this mission will be developing a rocket large enough to carry the satellite, as it will not only be a medium sized payload, but too large to reasonably fit on an SL1. MASE wants to avoid using the HL2 if possible, as a rocket of that power would be overly powerful and expen…


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  • The Maths God

    After the threats to the safety of its and other agencies' stations, MASE has decided to set up a defensive station, to detect and counter any future risks to the safety of all agencies. The location is classified for the protection of the station, and similarly for the appearance of the station. However, MASE believes that other agencies should be aware of it's existance, and know that it will only be used in the case of hostile activity against it or the stations, probes and satellites it protects.

    A series of launches will be made, using the SL1 (B) and previously unused HL2 for larger modules. Construction is due to begin as soon as possible, to ensure defences are made. While the station will remain inactive when no threat is detected,…

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  • Angrycat9000


    The original Xerces Station gotten several upgrades in the past two months.  

    The biggest change is the replacement of the arms leading to the solar panel arrays.  Previously these arms were formed by two modules and a hub.  These three modules were replaced with a single corridor.  This helps conserve power, as the corridor only requires 5 power, in place of the 45 power used by three previous modules.

    This upgrade reduced the clearance between the solar panels and the core of the station.  To compensate, modules were added to extend the core of the station past the solar panels and still allow spacecraft to utilize the docking ports at either end of the core.  Two Apollo CSMs are currently docked at one end of the core serving as life savi…


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  • Tesseractcubed

    So I am writing a narrative named Space. It is still under construction and will be for the forseeable future. Anyways, that is all besides one quick poll

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  • SPACEBEAN99

    Using the spacecraft from XF i will fully supply it for a long duration mission, fill the silos, and then just get going, will explore the bold journey, and the 2 brave astronauts aboard will live the rest of their lives on board the mission unless the program is cancelled, will edit more later

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  • Angkasa-X

    Najm Space Agency (نجم) is a privatized national space agency of ARB. In the partering deal, there will be more launch by AX especially for the partnerning agency, Najm in 2018.

    Some of the confirmed proposed mission by Najm with AX are Ba'idn Station (بعيد ), Qamarun Space Habitat (قمر), Harun & Baridn survery satellite (البارد والحار) and Snowflake project which includes Sag & Kabirun vessels. (الصغير والكبير)

    Najm has also bought the previously canceled AX Sky Lab design to build the ARB country's first space station. The 9-module sky lab has been renamed as Qaribn (قريب) and will be located in the low HOM orbit.

    Original logo artwork inspired by Nick Slater - Ad Astra Patch Instagram: Nick Slater Design, nicholasslater.co

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  • The Maths God

    MASE has spotted an unknown agency performing multiple launches from one of their abandoned launch pads, Pad C. The rockets appear to be launching various sized payloads, and are made from seemingly random collections of rocket parts. It is suspected that the agency has set up facilities around the pad, which is located far from MASE's main facilities and has no security after its abandonment.

    Images of the launches were taken using personal phone cameras by staff who were in the area at the time of launching.


    STX appears to be an autonomous station, due to its lack of atmosphere containing modules. It is confirmed to have 5 Explosive Modules, after one was launched to intercept the LMA. All agencies are advised to be on alert for any potent…


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  • ISAAC Organization

    ISAAC's new Space Communications Platform

    An ultra-high-tech nerve center for recording, directing, channeling, transmitting and all other necessary methods needed to ensure communications between outer space and HOM are as clear and flawless as can be.

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  • StarEcho

    First Mission Success

    December 3, 2017 by StarEcho

    The Large Comms Satelitte -EchoComms  was successfully placed 18 units above HOM in Geostattionary orbit.

    • This frst mission was a huge success.
    • This makes StarTech the first aerospace company to place a payload of more than 10 tonnes in Geostationary orbit around HOM.

    The EchoComms opened its solar panels 10 minutes after deployments ,as we exprienced minor trouble with the Rigjt Solar Panel circuit board DF-1G ,as it malfunctioned causing the servo motor of the right panel to not work.But a small electric cjarge fixed the problem.

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  • CSgt

    About Me

    December 1, 2017 by CSgt
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  • Angkasa-X

    Plot: You were in a panic moment with your team during a satellite deployment work from a space shuttle mission. You are now alone and just made to the ISS to get to a capsule for re-entry. However, all capsule has departed to HOM which makes you feel like giving up your life. 

    The timer strapped in your arm tells you that the orbiting space debris will intercept your location again in 6 seconds. Your instinct trigered self-preservation mechanism to keep yourself alive and reminded you that Chinese Station is nearby with a possiblity of available crew capsule docked to the staiton for you to re-entry.

    Before the Chinese Station fall and burned up in the atmosphere, find your way to the Chinese Station from ISS, get into the capsule and depar…

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  • Angkasa-X

    Space Habitat department at Angkasa-X (SHAX) has started assembling Pari space ship right after the completion of Gerhana station. Gerhana station which has 336 modules is now the largest station by AX after Kulat station (264 modules). Current progress of Pari is 30/145 modules (21%). It will be the third largest station  by AX after Gerhana and Kulat.


    Besides that, a newly announced AX Sky Lab (9 modules) has been canceled right after the proposal of a larger station, AX Space Base (73 modules). The sky lab was canceled due to the overlapping programs with space base especially the lab for the AX Interplanetary Lab department (AXIL). The AX Space Base assembly can start alongside Pari construction anytime soon.

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  • Dysonsphere

    Asean and Impactor

    November 29, 2017 by Dysonsphere

    Asean Space Agency is alive until the end of December! During this 1 month+ period, 2 launches and more will occur!

    Asean Space Station is revived from its hibernation! The crew have entered it with the supplies to power it on, and the second launch is to resupply them. They are currently studying a substance nicknamed Dysonium. More info about it below.

    Impactor 1 results are out. All seems good, data is the same as Voyager X's observations, except 1 thing.

    A substance incredibly strong has been found. Nicknamed Dysonium, it may have originated from aliens. Cubes of it were found on the surface, and they were brought back by the Voyager to Earth and Asean Space Station. We are currently studying is chemical composition!

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  • Andkonnkbo

    Discord

    November 28, 2017 by Andkonnkbo

    Someone give me the link to our discord

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  • Andkonnkbo

    The Space Revoloution

    November 28, 2017 by Andkonnkbo

    In 2017 scientists made a discovery that within ten years due to massive climate change earth would be on the way to extinction. Tropical storms that killed over a million people. The world put aside its differences and 230 nations aligned together to build one of the most high tech satellites in the world, with it we can control the weather in a geometric sphere. With the USA and Russia leading the globe to find other forms of life in other parts of the universe. This is known as the Space Revoloution.

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  • The Maths God

    I will be editing every single part page on this wiki to a newer and more consistent format. A sample page has been provided here for the layout of these pages. If anyone is willing to help, that would be greatly appreciated. I believe this would make the wiki a lot better having a single format for all pages of the same type. Existing information/images does not need to be removed, just rearranged to suit the new format if required.

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  • Angkasa-X

    There is a classified station already in assembly at 4% of progress by AX. Speculated location for Classified-P is near LUN, but it could also be wrong as AX has always been performing station assembly near HOM. Known number of modules to be assembled are 612, which is quite large. Many doubt the number of modules but it could also be separated stations or sections. The mission has a collaboration with various undisclosed agencies.

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  • Angkasa-X

    Despite a slight delay of Purnama Alpha, Angkasa-X (AX) is constructing Gerhana station and is already taking shape as in it's concept which is still unpublished. The station currently has 299 modules in the assembly area, exceeding Angkasa-X's largest space habitat, Kulat that has 288 modules including 24 docked space ships.

    The unique feature of the station is the rounded habitable section. Organic design is a challange in the rigid modular architecture of the space station parts but space architects at Space Habitat department (SHAX) is trying to change that by experimenting with new organic station design concepts.



    Interplanetary Lab department (AXIL) is making move to revive Kaliper mission by retrieving the lost datas from WannaFry vir…



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  • The Maths God

    Mission: STA-1

    November 23, 2017 by The Maths God

    Nooleus Space Agency has called on MASE for help. Their station STA is running dangerously low on power since the addition of the oxygen garden and the Nooleus Shuttle.

    MASE has responded immedialely, creating mission STA-1 to send new solar panels up and attach them to the station.

    Two large panels will temporarily be attached to the module opposite the shuttle and oxygen garden to provide sufficient power. These will later be moved as the station is expanded in future missions, and are only a short term solution.

    The panels will be launched using two SL-1 (B) Rockets, to allow the range needed to reach and manoeuvre round STA.

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  • Angrycat9000

    Workshop Tour

    November 23, 2017 by Angrycat9000

    It has been a while since my last post.  Space Agency and Centari Spaceworks have taken a back seat to Hade's Star.  Since Centari Spaceworks hasn't posted any new ships in a while, I thought I would give you a tour of the Centari Spaceworks workshop.

    First the main assembly area.  This is where ships get created.  There are pylons on either side of the area to keep the station builder tugs supplied with fuel and power.  Below the assembly area is storage for parts.  The assembly area is pretty messy right now; there is a half assembled station, along with the two LK Lander Cores that were going to be part of something.  There is also a transport of station modules that came from the renovation of Xerxes Station.  That still needs to be pro…

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  • The Maths God

    Fresh Air Corp.

    November 22, 2017 by The Maths God

    Fresh Air Corporation is a company set up by MASE and aimed towards users who have not unlocked the oxygen garden module and do not want to use multiple resupply missions to keep their stations pressurised and CO2 free.



    Fresh Air Corp. has three service levels it provides:


    Fresh Air Corp. will launch their ship, AIR-1, to a location of your choice. The receiving agency will then provide any resupplies if required.

    Cost: One-off payment of $20,000,000 Space Agency Dollars


    Fresh Air Corp. will launch AIR-1 to a location of your choice AND provide resupplies of H2O, O2 and CO2 at the customer's request.

    Two cost options for the Plus Service are provided:

    +A: Initial payment of $40,000,000 followed by $5,000,000 per month

    +B: Inital payment of $50,00…





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  • Angkasa-X

    Announcing our new participant: Tesseractcubed Industries (T3I) for Phase V! Phase I has been completed recently by YSA. Currently, the station is handled by LambdaTech for Phase II assembly.

    Purnama Alpha confirmed participating agencies:



    Phase Modules Agency
    I 12 York Space Agency
    II 13 LambdaTech
    III 13 MASE
    IV 17 Angkasa-X (Host)
    V 13 Tesseractcubed Industries
    VI 13 York Space Agency


    Previous News:

    • SHAX Has Contracted YSA To Launch and Assemble First Phase of Purnama Alpha
    • LambdaTech has been contracted by SHAX for Purnama Alpha Phase II
    • Purnama Alpha Phase I Completed, YSA Published Recordings of Construction
    • MASE Wins Contract To Launch Purnama Alpha Phase III



    New Patches:

    Phase V - Tesseractcubed Industries

    Phase VI - York Space Agency












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