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'''Antimatter''' is a [[commodity]] which is currently only indirectly described in the lore of [[Star Citizen]].
 
'''Antimatter''' is a [[commodity]] which is currently only indirectly described in the lore of [[Star Citizen]].
  
 
==Usage==
 
==Usage==
 
 
Antimatter is known to at least the [[United Empire of Earth]], the [[Xi'an Empire]]<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/16453-Galactic-Guide-Tal-System|text=Galactic Guide: Tal System|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref> and the [[Vanduul]] as a explosive material which is used in warheads<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=https://robertsspaceindustries.com/galactapedia/article/bE3rKalNkJ-antimatter-warhead|text=Galactapedia: Antimatter Warhead|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref> and ship drives. Antimatter precursors and antimatter are produced in fabrics. The production process and/or antimatter itself is hazardous.<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/14807-Congress-Now|text=Congress Now: QuarterDeck Crisis|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref><ref>{{Cite RSI|url=https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/13141-Stanton-System|text=Galactic Guide: Stanton System|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref>
 
Antimatter is known to at least the [[United Empire of Earth]], the [[Xi'an Empire]]<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/16453-Galactic-Guide-Tal-System|text=Galactic Guide: Tal System|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref> and the [[Vanduul]] as a explosive material which is used in warheads<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=https://robertsspaceindustries.com/galactapedia/article/bE3rKalNkJ-antimatter-warhead|text=Galactapedia: Antimatter Warhead|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref> and ship drives. Antimatter precursors and antimatter are produced in fabrics. The production process and/or antimatter itself is hazardous.<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/14807-Congress-Now|text=Congress Now: QuarterDeck Crisis|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref><ref>{{Cite RSI|url=https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/13141-Stanton-System|text=Galactic Guide: Stanton System|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref>
  
 
===Development in the UEE===
 
===Development in the UEE===
 
 
Antimatter is used by humans at least since the 28th century, apparently for ship engines.<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/13474-This-Day-In-History-A-Dangerous-Flight|text=This Day in History: A Dangerous Flight|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref><ref>{{Cite RSI|url=comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/13141-Stanton-System|text=Galactic Guide: Stanton|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref> An 'antimatter rush' followed the so called 'Glowing Age of the mid-2850s'.<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=comm-link/transmission/13157-Galactic-Guide-ORIGIN|text=Portfolio: Origin Jumpworks|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref>
 
Antimatter is used by humans at least since the 28th century, apparently for ship engines.<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/13474-This-Day-In-History-A-Dangerous-Flight|text=This Day in History: A Dangerous Flight|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref><ref>{{Cite RSI|url=comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/13141-Stanton-System|text=Galactic Guide: Stanton|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref> An 'antimatter rush' followed the so called 'Glowing Age of the mid-2850s'.<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=comm-link/transmission/13157-Galactic-Guide-ORIGIN|text=Portfolio: Origin Jumpworks|accessdate=2020-04-06}}</ref>
  
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
 
*The [[First Sister|First]], [[Second Sister|Second]] and [[Third Sister]] were used as antimatter test ranges.
 
*The [[First Sister|First]], [[Second Sister|Second]] and [[Third Sister]] were used as antimatter test ranges.
  
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
 
*[[wikipedia:Antimatter|Antimatter]] describes a form of matter, which is composed of anti-particles. Under natural conditions, any produced anti-matter particles instantly reacts with the surrounding particles in a process called 'annihilitation' . Despite its name, all energy is preserved and the process creates i.e. photons.
 
*[[wikipedia:Antimatter|Antimatter]] describes a form of matter, which is composed of anti-particles. Under natural conditions, any produced anti-matter particles instantly reacts with the surrounding particles in a process called 'annihilitation' . Despite its name, all energy is preserved and the process creates i.e. photons.
  
 
==References==
 
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Antimatter
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Antimatter is a commodity which is currently only indirectly described in the lore of Star Citizen.

Usage

Antimatter is known to at least the United Empire of Earth, the Xi'an Empire[1] and the Vanduul as a explosive material which is used in warheads[2] and ship drives. Antimatter precursors and antimatter are produced in fabrics. The production process and/or antimatter itself is hazardous.[3][4]

Development in the UEE

Antimatter is used by humans at least since the 28th century, apparently for ship engines.[5][6] An 'antimatter rush' followed the so called 'Glowing Age of the mid-2850s'.[7]

Aberdeen Hurston designed the first antimatter warhead for it's company somewhere between the 2850s and 2912.

See also

Trivia

  • Antimatter describes a form of matter, which is composed of anti-particles. Under natural conditions, any produced anti-matter particles instantly reacts with the surrounding particles in a process called 'annihilitation' . Despite its name, all energy is preserved and the process creates i.e. photons.

References

  1. Galactic Guide: Tal System. Retrieved 2020-04-06.
  2. Galactapedia: Antimatter Warhead. Retrieved 2020-04-06.
  3. Congress Now: QuarterDeck Crisis. Retrieved 2020-04-06.
  4. Galactic Guide: Stanton System. Retrieved 2020-04-06.
  5. This Day in History: A Dangerous Flight. Retrieved 2020-04-06.
  6. Galactic Guide: Stanton. Retrieved 2020-04-06.
  7. Portfolio: Origin Jumpworks. Retrieved 2020-04-06.