Research Station Omicron

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Research Station Omicron is located on Celetron (Core 0922) and is devoted to the research of Artificial Intelligence, and the odd silicon intelligences from Cymbeline (Solomani Rim 2527).

Description (Specifications)[edit]

No information yet available.

Station Data[edit]

Research Station Omicron Data Table
Name World Sector Primary Project Secondary Project/s Primary Sponsor Secondary Sponsor/s Notes
Research Station Omicron Celetron Celetron (Core 0922) Self-aware Starship project Exoscience (Cymbeline) Imperial Navy Third Imperium Starship prototype & SGD-313F transponder system, a theoretically tamper-proof IIF transponder system.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

From this research, Omicron produced the SGD-313F transponder system, a theoretically tamper-proof IIF transponder system designed for all ships in the Imperium.

  • In 1118, Lucan ordered the research station to begin development of a "super-weapon", a form of weapon designed to crush Lucan's foes and bring an end to the Rebellion.
  • By 1128, this research was well along and several of the scientists decided the weapon being designed was too dangerous for anyone to have.
  • Research Station Omicron was destroyed in 1130 by the Coronation Fleet.

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