|System / station||Distance|
|Galileo | Sol||---|
|Columbus | Sol||---|
|Daedalus | Sol||---|
|Miller Depot | Barnard's Star||5.95Ly|
|Davis Terminal | Duamta||9.88Ly|
|Dobrovolskiy Enterprise | WISE 1506+7027||10.52Ly|
|Magnus Gateway | EZ Aquarii||11.10Ly|
|Broglie Terminal | 61 Cygni||11.37Ly|
|Pontes Gateway | Procyon||11.41Ly|
|Davy dock | Procyon||11.41Ly|
|Hardwick Station | Procyon||11.41Ly|
|Cormack Hub | Procyon||11.41Ly|
|Gilmour Orbiter | Tau Ceti||11.94Ly|
|Clement Orbital | YZ Ceti||12.07Ly|
|Ashby City | Luyten's Star||12.39Ly|
Lakon Spaceways has announced that its new ship, the Type-10 Defender, is now available to the public.
The vessel boasts greater speed, acceleration and manoeuvrability than the Type-9 Heavy on which it is based, and also offers a more focused hardpoint loadout.
The Type-10 has been developed primarily in response to the recent Thargoid attacks in the Pleiades, and Lakon has said it envisages the ship “being particularly effective in combat situations”.
The Alliance has commissioned Lakon Spaceways to produce a new ship in response to the recent Thargoid attacks in the Pleiades. The vessel, which has been named the Type-10 Defender, represents a comprehensive revision of the Type–9 Heavy.
Lakon issued the following statement:
“The Type-10 boasts greater speed, acceleration and manoeuvrability than the Type-9, and also offers a more focused hardpoint loadout. We envisage it being particularly effective in combat situations.”
The development is significant in that it represents the first overtly military response from the Alliance to the rising Thargoid threat.
Lakon has committed to an aggressive production schedule that should see the Type-10 reaching retailers next week.
The Alliance has announced that its new research initiative has been enthusiastically received by the galactic community. Huge quantities of resources were delivered to Neville Horizons over the past week, allowing the Alliance to start constructing a range of instruments expressly designed to analyse Thargoid material. The campaign also received the support of hundreds of independent combat pilots, who took to their ships to protect the spaceways and defend the traders contributing to the initiative.
As the campaign drew to a close, an Alliance spokesperson said:
“With the aid of the galactic community, we are now in a position to embark on a detailed study of Thargoid technology and other material. I hasten to add, however, that analysis of this kind is a slow process. The public should not expect profound revelations in the immediate future! But rest assured that our scientists will be working tirelessly to deepen our understanding of the Thargoids.”
Pilots who contributed to the initiative can now collect their rewards from Neville Horizons in the Kaushpoos system.