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Revision as of 01:03, 11 November 2019


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microTech : Stanton IV
SystemStanton
TypePlanet
ClassificationSuper-Earth
HabitableYes
AffiliationUEE
microTech
LocationOrbits Stanton (star)
Natural Satellites3
Landing Zones1

Stanton IV, home to the microTech Corporation, is a large and generally cold planet. The temperature is the result of an error during the UEE terraforming process, which lead to unusually dense cloud production. microTech produces mobiGlas here, a now-standard piece of digital assistive technology used by nearly everyone in the Empire. Although mobiGlas has become their ubiquitous product, microTech manufactures a wide variety of electronics, including those found in ship systems. This world is a good place to start looking for advanced sensor technologies which could provide an edge while dogfighting. Space on the world is leased to smaller companies, including some of microTech’s competitors, which solidified the planet’s reputation as the place for cutting edge tech research and development. Buyouts among successful Stanton IV-based startups are common.[1]

Landing Zones

New Babbage

Enclosed to protect the inhabitants against the freezing elements, New Babbage is a major social and economic trading hub on microTech. Although it features microTech's flagship store, the landing zone is a haven for smaller tech companies.[2]

Visitors are advised to seek work and cargo news at Wally’s Bar; just don’t ask for Wally.[3]

Natural Satellites

Calliope

Named after the ancient Greek muse who inspires eloquence to supposedly remind those gazing upon the moon from microTech to 'strive for pure expression of thought.'

Clio

Named after the ancient Greek muse of history to supposedly remind those gazing upon the moon from microTech to remember that 'their work stands on those who came before them.'

Euterpe

Named after the ancient Greek muse of music to supposedly remind those gazing upon the moon from microTech to be 'guided by the natural rhythm of the universe in their designs.'

Gallery

See also

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References

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