Planet type

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A planet will produce up to 10 ticks worth of a good.

You can increase this amount by selling it more, but like when it's at 10 ticks worth it will not produce any more of it.

Planets consume all goods, save for booze.x16.png Booze & darkmatter.x16.png Dark Matter. The former is consumed by D class planets and the latter is consumed by R class planets.


Production Table

Quantities are in cubic meters produced per 100 000 population

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Class M

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Class G

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Class W

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Class D

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Class R

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Class C

foodrations.x16.png Food Rations 75
freshfood.x16.png Fresh Food 25
luxuryfood.x16.png Luxury Food 5
water.x16.png Water 250
water.x16.png Water 250
coronalgas.x16.png Coronal Gas 150
nebulagas.x16.png Nebula Gas 60
hydrogengas.x16.png Hydrogen Gas 200
freshfood.x16.png Fresh Food 25
water.x16.png Water 250
lightore.x16.png Light Ore 80
hydrogengas.x16.png Hydrogen Gas 200
lightore.x16.png Light Ore 80
heavyore.x16.png Heavy Ore 40
preciousore.x16.png Precious Ore 10
anti-matter.x16.png Anti-matter 100
heavymetal.x16.png Heavy Metal 10
preciousmetal.x16.png Precious Metal 2
foodrations.x16.png Food Rations 75
rawcarbon.x16.png Raw Carbon 20


Planet Class

The class of a planet determines what goods it will produce in large enough quantities to be exported and put up for sale at the space dock.

Production Quantities are per 100,000 population.

Class M

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Class M planets are often regarded as the bastions of life and for good reason, as they are home to a great majority of all terrestrial life in the universe. M classes occur in very specific conditions and are one of the rarer planet types, and therefore the most sought after. Their atmosphere and climate make these planets perfect for plant and animal life, making these planet great producers of food.

These type of planets produce the following goods: foodrations.x16.png Food Rations 75
freshfood.x16.png Fresh Food 25
luxuryfood.x16.png Luxury Food 5
water.x16.png Water 250

Class G

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While Gas Giants are the most common planet type in the universe, these planets are rarely habitable in any sense of the form, which is a shame as they are great producers of various gases used throughout the universe. Violent storms often rage on their surfaces, and due to their massive size and gravity, they are often bombarded by showers of asteroids and space debris.

These type of planets produce the following goods: water.x16.png Water 250
coronalgas.x16.png Coronal Gas 150
nebulagas.x16.png Nebula Gas 60
hydrogengas.x16.png Hydrogen Gas 200

Class W

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The cousin of the Class M, Class W's are the second most likely planet type to support life, in fact, most terrestrial life that is not found on Class M's are found on Class W's. Occurring within similar conditions as Class M's, Class W are covered in water, making them ideal for aquatic life forms and are therefore a great source of water, and food.

These type of planets produce the following goods: freshfood.x16.png Fresh Food 25
water.x16.png Water 250

Class D

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Often located in a close orbit with a star, Class D planets are normally barren of water, and therefore life. Often with a gas rich atmosphere, these planets are prime source Hydrogen gasses, and their relatively inert geology makes them perfect for vast quantities of low-mass metallic ores.<br\> <br\> It's inhabitants seem to have an insatiable desire for booze.x16.png Booze.

These type of planets produce the following goods: lightore.x16.png Light Ore 80
hydrogengas.x16.png Hydrogen Gas 200

Class R

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Class R planets are characterized by high level of tectonic activity, this constant moving allows for rarer ores that would normally be found deep in a planets core to be more readily accessible, making these planets to be a prime target for mining operations.Coincidentally, the excessive volcanic activity results in crystalline formations that some how produce and contain anti-matter.

This process can be accelerated by introducing small measures of darkmatter.x16.png Dark Matter to these clusters of exotic crystals.

These type of planets produce the following goods: lightore.x16.png Light Ore 80
heavyore.x16.png Heavy Ore 40
preciousore.x16.png Precious Ore 10
anti-matter.x16.png Anti-matter 100

Class C

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Often called 'Dead Planets' and for good reason. Class C planets are inactive in any and all sense of the word, whether if be from over harvesting or simply from dying out after millions of years. These planets contain large amounts of carbon, and carbon based substances, which can be used to fuel factories, allowing these planets to produce large quantities of metal.

These type of planets produce the following goods: heavymetal.x16.png Heavy Metal 10
preciousmetal.x16.png Precious Metal 2
foodrations.x16.png Food Rations 75
rawcarbon.x16.png Raw Carbon 20

See also