Station

Abasheli's Progress  | Telengits

Station distance:
0 Ls
Landing pad:
Large
Station type:
Planetary Port
Services:
Shipyard, Outfitting, Repair, Refuel, Restock

Market update:

Shipyard update:
10 Jan 2017, 9:31am
Outfitting update:
10 Jan 2017, 9:31am
Economy:
Colony
Wealth:

Population:

Government:
Cooperative
Allegiance:
Independent
Minor faction:

Shipyard

Adder
Anaconda
Asp Explorer
Asp Scout
Beluga Liner
Cobra Mk III
Cobra Mk IV
Diamondback Explorer
Diamondback Scout
Dolphin
Eagle Mk II
Federal Assault Ship
Federal Corvette
Federal Dropship
Federal Gunship
Fer-de-Lance
Hauler
Imperial Clipper
Imperial Courier
Imperial Cutter
Imperial Eagle
Keelback
Orca
Python
Type-6 Transporter
Type-7 Transporter
Type-9 Heavy
Viper Mk III
Viper Mk IV
Vulture

Outfitting

Hardpoint

Burst Laser [fixed]
4,400 Cr
1F
Pulse Laser [fixed]
2,200 Cr
1F
Cannon [fixed]
21,100 Cr
1D

Utility

Internal

Power Plant
1,980 Cr
2E
Thrusters
1,980 Cr
2E
Frame Shift Drive
1,980 Cr
2E
Life Support
520 Cr
1E
1,450 Cr
2E
Power Distributor
520 Cr
1E
1,450 Cr
2E
Sensors
520 Cr
1E
1,450 Cr
2E
Fuel Tank
1,000 Cr
1C
Auto Field-Maintenance Unit
10,000 Cr
1E
Fuel Scoop
310 Cr
1E
Collector Limpet Controller
600 Cr
1E
Fuel Transfer Limpet Controller
600 Cr
1E
Hatch Breaker Limpet Controller
600 Cr
1E
Prospector Limpet Controller
600 Cr
1E
Refinery
6,000 Cr
1E
Shield Generator
1,980 Cr
2E
Shield Cell Bank
517 Cr
1E
1,448 Cr
2E
Detailed Surface Scanner
250,000 Cr
1C

Standard

Lightweight Alloy

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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".