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Image Name Volume Refine Qty. Market Price
Blue Ice
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. Due to its unique chemical composition and the circumstances under which it forms, blue ice contains more oxygen isotopes than any other ice asteroid.

Available in 1.0 security status solar systems or lower.

1.000,00 1 205.058
Clear Icicle
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. These crystalline formations can be found scattered around many an ice field, and are known as the universe's primary source of helium isotopes.

Available in 1.0 security status solar systems or lower.

1.000,00 1 179.739
Compressed Blue Ice
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. Due to its unique chemical composition and the circumstances under which it forms, blue ice contains more oxygen isotopes than any other ice asteroid.

This ore has been compressed into a much more dense version.

100,00 1 214.049
Compressed Clear Icicle
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. These crystalline formations can be found scattered around many an ice field, and are known as the universe's primary source of helium isotopes.

This ore has been compressed into a much more dense version.

100,00 1 207.248
Compressed Dark Glitter
Dark glitter is one of the rarest of the interstellar ices, formed only in areas with large amounts of residual electrical current. Little is known about the exact way in which it comes into being; the staggering amount of liquid ozone to be found inside one of these rocks makes it an intriguing mystery for stellar physicists and chemists alike. In addition, it contains large amounts of heavy water and a decent measure of strontium clathrates.

This ore has been compressed into a much more dense version.

100,00 1 377.951
Compressed Enriched Clear Icicle
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. These crystalline formations can be found scattered around many an ice field and are known as the universe's primary source of helium isotopes. Due to environmental factors, this fragment's isotope deposits have become even richer than its regular counterparts'.

This ore has been compressed into a much more dense version.

100,00 1 237.210
Compressed Gelidus
Fairly rare and very valuable, Gelidus-type ice formations are a large-scale source of strontium clathrates, one of the rarest ice solids found in the universe, in addition to which they contain unusually large concentrations of heavy water and liquid ozone.

This ore has been compressed into a much more dense version.

100,00 1 195.113
Compressed Glacial Mass
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. Glacial masses are known to contain hydrogen isotopes in abundance, in addition to smatterings of heavy water and liquid ozone.

This ore has been compressed into a much more dense version.

100,00 1 196.628
Compressed Glare Crust
In areas with high concentrations of electromagnetic activity, ice formations such as this one, containing large amounts of heavy water and liquid ozone, are spontaneously formed during times of great electric flux. Glare crust also contains a small amount of strontium clathrates.

This ore has been compressed into a much more dense version.

100,00 1 256.460
Compressed Krystallos
The universe's richest known source of strontium clathrates, Krystallos ice formations are formed only in areas where a very particular combination of environmental factors are at play. Krystallos compounds also include quite a bit of liquid ozone.

This ore has been compressed into a much more dense version.

100,00 1 251.652
Compressed Pristine White Glaze
When star fusion processes occur near high concentrations of silicate dust, such as those found in interstellar ice fields, the substance known as White Glaze is formed. While White Glaze generally is extremely high in nitrogen-14 and other stable nitrogen isotopes, a few rare fragments, such as this one, have stayed free of radioactive contaminants and are thus richer in isotopes than their more impure counterparts.

This ore has been compressed into a much more dense version.

100,00 1 292.661
Compressed Smooth Glacial Mass
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. Glacial masses are known to contain hydrogen isotopes in abundance, but the high surface diffusion on this particular mass means it has considerably more than its coarser counterparts.

This ore has been compressed into a much more dense version.

100,00 1 226.482
Compressed Thick Blue Ice
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. Due to its unique chemical composition and the circumstances under which it forms, blue ice will, under normal circumstances, contain more oxygen isotopes than any other ice asteroid. This particular formation is an old one and therefore contains even more than its less mature siblings.

This ore has been compressed into a much more dense version.

100,00 1 236.423
Compressed White Glaze
When star fusion processes occur near high concentrations of silicate dust, such as those found in interstellar ice fields, the substance known as White Glaze is formed. White Glaze is extremely high in nitrogen-14 and other stable nitrogen isotopes, and is thus a necessity for the sustained operation of certain kinds of control tower.

This ore has been compressed into a much more dense version.

100,00 1 248.739
Dark Glitter
Dark glitter is one of the rarest of the interstellar ices, formed only in areas with large amounts of residual electrical current. Little is known about the exact way in which it comes into being; the staggering amount of liquid ozone to be found inside one of these rocks makes it an intriguing mystery for stellar physicists and chemists alike. In addition, it contains large amounts of heavy water and a decent measure of strontium clathrates.

Available in 0.1 security status solar systems or lower.

1.000,00 1 427.860
Enriched Clear Icicle
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. These crystalline formations can be found scattered around many an ice field and are known as the universe's primary source of helium isotopes. Due to environmental factors, this fragment's isotope deposits have become even richer than its regular counterparts'.

Available in 0.0 security status solar systems or lower.

1.000,00 1 194.547
Gelidus
Fairly rare and very valuable, Gelidus-type ice formations are a large-scale source of strontium clathrates, one of the rarest ice solids found in the universe, in addition to which they contain unusually large concentrations of heavy water and liquid ozone.

Available in 0.0 security status solar systems or lower.

1.000,00 1 238.701
Glacial Mass
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. Glacial masses are known to contain hydrogen isotopes in abundance, in addition to smatterings of heavy water and liquid ozone.

Available in 1.0 security status solar systems or lower.

1.000,00 1 193.609
Glare Crust
In areas with high concentrations of electromagnetic activity, ice formations such as this one, containing large amounts of heavy water and liquid ozone, are spontaneously formed during times of great electric flux. Glare crust also contains a small amount of strontium clathrates.

Available in 0.3 security status solar systems or lower.

1.000,00 1 198.626
Krystallos
The universe's richest known source of strontium clathrates, Krystallos ice formations are formed only in areas where a very particular combination of environmental factors are at play. Krystallos compounds also include quite a bit of liquid ozone.

Available in 0.0 security status solar systems or lower.

1.000,00 1 49.767
Pristine White Glaze
When star fusion processes occur near high concentrations of silicate dust, such as those found in interstellar ice fields, the substance known as White Glaze is formed. While White Glaze generally is extremely high in nitrogen-14 and other stable nitrogen isotopes, a few rare fragments, such as this one, have stayed free of radioactive contaminants and are thus richer in isotopes than their more impure counterparts.

Available in 0.0 security status solar systems or lower.

1.000,00 1 236.743
Smooth Glacial Mass
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. Glacial masses are known to contain hydrogen isotopes in abundance, but the high surface diffusion on this particular mass means it has considerably more than its coarser counterparts.

Available in 0.0 security status solar systems or lower.

1.000,00 1 134.053
Thick Blue Ice
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. Due to its unique chemical composition and the circumstances under which it forms, blue ice will, under normal circumstances, contain more oxygen isotopes than any other ice asteroid. This particular formation is an old one and therefore contains even more than its less mature siblings.

Available in 0.0 security status solar systems or lower.

1.000,00 1 218.453
White Glaze
When star fusion processes occur near high concentrations of silicate dust, such as those found in interstellar ice fields, the substance known as White Glaze is formed. White Glaze is extremely high in nitrogen-14 and other stable nitrogen isotopes, and is thus a necessity for the sustained operation of certain kinds of control tower.

Available in 1.0 security status solar systems or lower.

1.000,00 1 235.743


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