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Polar Workshop
Ad Astra Development Zone History: Cool Constructions
The Polar Workshop is a special type of building, it isn't like most other factories on the Martian surface, as it is not entirely focused on the survival of a colony. This is actually a very good thing as it implies that the colony has risen to a point to be able to sustain non-survival based factorization. This building however, still holds the ability to drill for Ice and Water. Through complex processes it is able to pull out Ice or Water from within the ground and distill it. It is also able to create educational material as a sort of tourist item for people back on Earth.
Rodriguez Well
Ice Drilling
STEM sets for Earthlings
Developed by Army engineer Raul Rodriguez at Camp Century in Greenland during the early 1960s, a Rodriguez Well uses heat exchangers and a submersible pump to create a cavity deep under a glacier’s surface and cycle the heated water up an ice shaft, siphoning a portion of the flow for consumption before sending the rest back down to the well. https://ntrs.nasa.gov/citations/20205011353​
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Output
10 Power
8-12 Water (100%)
1 Stamina
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Output
10 Power
12-36 Ice (100%)
1 Stamina
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Naturally the excitement of exploring Mars is supercharging the STEM educational programs across Earth. Experimental sets designed by Martians that contain Martian minerals, ices, and metals are in the highest demand. Every once in a while, bored aerospace engineers tuck into these sets as they make their way back to Earth.
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Output
1000 Ice
You will only receive ONE of the following outputs from a task:
1000 Regolith
100 Dusk (76.92%)
4 Aluminum Plate
150 Dusk (5.49%)
50 Power
200 Dusk (5.49%)
2 Stamina
300 Dusk (5.49%)
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800 Dusk (5.49%)
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2000 Dusk (1.10%)
Polar Workshop Size
Task Slots
Rarity
Size
Common
10
Uncommon
15
Rare
20
Epic
25
Legendary
30
Mythic
35
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