Station

Dampier Settlement  | HIP 18843

Station distance:
9849 Ls
Landing pad:
Large
Station type:
Planetary Port
Services:
Commodity Market, Outfitting

Market update:
20 Dec 2016, 5:33am
Shipyard update:

Outfitting update:
20 Dec 2016, 5:33am
Economy:
Colony
Wealth:

Population:

Government:
Democracy
Allegiance:
Independent
Minor faction:
Independents of HIP 18843

Shipyard

Shipyard not available

Outfitting

Hardpoint

Beam Laser [fixed]
1,177,600 Cr
3C
Beam Laser [gimballed]
500,600 Cr
2D
2,396,160 Cr
3C
Beam Laser [turreted]
19,399,600 Cr
3D
Cannon [fixed]
168,430 Cr
2D
675,200 Cr
3C
Cannon [gimballed]
42,200 Cr
1E
337,600 Cr
2D
Multi-cannon [fixed]
9,500 Cr
1F
38,000 Cr
2E
Multi-cannon [gimballed]
57,000 Cr
2F
Rail Gun [fixed]
51,600 Cr
1D
Mine Launcher [fixed]
294,080 Cr
2I
Shock Mine Launcher [fixed]
36,400 Cr
1I
Missile Rack [fixed]
72,600 Cr
1B
512,400 Cr
2B
Torpedo Pylon [fixed]
11,200 Cr
1I
44,800 Cr
2I

Utility

Chaff Launcher
8,500 Cr
0I
Electronic Countermeasure
12,500 Cr
0F
Heat Sink Launcher
3,500 Cr
0I
Point Defence
18,550 Cr
0I
Frame Shift Wake Scanner
40,630 Cr
0D
13,540 Cr
0E
Kill Warrant Scanner
40,630 Cr
0D
13,540 Cr
0E

Internal

Power Plant
17,800 Cr
2C
5,930 Cr
2D
1,980 Cr
2E
56,440 Cr
3C
18,810 Cr
3D
6,270 Cr
3E
Thrusters
17,800 Cr
2C
5,930 Cr
2D
1,980 Cr
2E
18,810 Cr
3D
6,270 Cr
3E
Frame Shift Drive
17,800 Cr
2C
5,930 Cr
2D
1,980 Cr
2E
56,440 Cr
3C
18,810 Cr
3D
6,270 Cr
3E
Power Distributor
8,080 Cr
1B
3,230 Cr
1C
22,620 Cr
2B
9,050 Cr
2C
25,330 Cr
3C
10,130 Cr
3D
70,930 Cr
4C
198,610 Cr
5C
79,440 Cr
5D
222,440 Cr
6D
Sensors
8,080 Cr
1B
3,230 Cr
1C
22,620 Cr
2B
9,050 Cr
2C
25,330 Cr
3C
10,130 Cr
3D
70,930 Cr
4C
198,610 Cr
5C
556,110 Cr
6C
222,440 Cr
6D
Fuel Tank
7,060 Cr
3C
24,730 Cr
4C
97,750 Cr
5C
341,580 Cr
6C
1,780,910 Cr
7C
Hull Reinforcement Package
84,000 Cr
3D
195,000 Cr
4D
65,000 Cr
4E
450,000 Cr
5D
Cargo Rack
1,000 Cr
1E
10,560 Cr
3E
34,330 Cr
4E
111,570 Cr
5E
362,590 Cr
6E
1,178,420 Cr
7E
Frame Shift Drive Interdictor
36,000 Cr
1D
12,000 Cr
1E
100,800 Cr
2D
33,600 Cr
2E
Fuel Scoop
82,270 Cr
1A
20,570 Cr
1B
310 Cr
1E
284,840 Cr
2A
71,210 Cr
2B
17,800 Cr
2C
902,950 Cr
3A
225,740 Cr
3B
56,440 Cr
3C
9,073,690 Cr
5A
7,190,900 Cr
6B
Fuel Transfer Limpet Controller
2,400 Cr
1C
1,200 Cr
1D
600 Cr
1E
21,600 Cr
3C
10,800 Cr
3D
5,400 Cr
3E
194,400 Cr
5C
97,200 Cr
5D
48,600 Cr
5E
437,400 Cr
7E
Hatch Breaker Limpet Controller
600 Cr
1E
Refinery
486,000 Cr
1A
162,000 Cr
1B
54,000 Cr
1C
18,000 Cr
1D
6,000 Cr
1E
1,020,600 Cr
2A
340,200 Cr
2B
113,400 Cr
2C
37,800 Cr
2D
12,600 Cr
2E
Planetary Vehicle Hangar
21,600 Cr
2G
18,000 Cr
2H
86,400 Cr
4G
691,200 Cr
6G
576,000 Cr
6H
Shield Generator
17,800 Cr
2C
5,930 Cr
2D
1,980 Cr
2E
56,440 Cr
3C
18,810 Cr
3D
6,270 Cr
3E
1,899,600 Cr
7D
633,200 Cr
7E
6,021,720 Cr
8D
2,007,240 Cr
8E
Bi-Weave Shield Generator
7,710 Cr
1C
26,710 Cr
2C
84,650 Cr
3C
Basic Discovery Scanner
1,000 Cr
1E

Standard

Lightweight Alloy
Reinforced Alloy
30,622,340 Cr
Type-9 Heavy
Military Grade Composite
15,725,030 Cr
Type-7 Transporter
Mirrored Surface Composite
132,060 Cr
Sidewinder Mk I
Reactive Surface Composite
139,420 Cr
Sidewinder Mk I

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Galpedia

William Dampier


William Dampier (baptised 5 September 1651 – March 1715) was the first Englishman to explore parts of what is today Australia, and the first person to circumnavigate the world three times. He has also been described as Australia's first natural historian, as well as one of the most important British explorers of the period between Sir Walter Raleigh and James Cook.

After impressing the British Admiralty with his book, A New Voyage Round the World, Dampier was given command of a Royal Navy ship and made important discoveries in western Australia, but was court-martialled for cruelty. On a later voyage, he rescued Alexander Selkirk, a former crewmate who may have inspired Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe. Others influenced by Dampier include James Cook, Lord Nelson, Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace.