Station

Abasheli Terminal  | Minerva

Station distance:
1153 Ls
Landing pad:
Medium
Station type:
Outpost (Scientific)
Services:
Commodity Market, Refuel

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25 Mar 2017, 5:02pm
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Economy:
High Tech / Refinery
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Government:
Corporate
Allegiance:
Independent
Minor faction:
Mob of Minerva

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Alexander Abasheli

Alexander Abasheli (Georgian: ალექსანდრე აბაშელი) was a penname of Isaac Chochia (ისააკ ჩოჩია) (August 15, 1884 – September 27, 1954), a Georgian poet and prose writer.

Born into a peasant family in Sachochio, near Abasha, he was involved in the Russian Revolution of 1905 and was exiled to Solvychegodsk in 1906. Returning to Georgia in 1908, he wrote for local press and had his first lyrics published first in Russian, and then in Georgian. He came under the influence of then-fashionable trends of Symbolism, with his first collection of lyrics "The Smile of the Sun" (მზის სიცილი; 1913) being impregnated with what has been described by critics as the "cult of the Sun".