All Asteroid

Abyssal Bezdnacine
Intense neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield significant amounts of Tritanium whilst also yielding smaller amounts of Isogen and Megacyte.
Abyssal Rakovene
Protracted neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield significant amounts of Tritanium whilst also yielding smaller amounts of Isogen and Zydrine
Abyssal Talassonite
Light neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield significant amounts of Tritanium whilst also yielding smaller amounts of Nocxium and Megacyte.
Adamantine Raspite
A useful source of tungsten often found in asteroid fields that have been commercially developed by the Amarr Empire. The necessary processes to efficiently extract useful quantities of high quality tungsten from this ore have been perfected by the Amarr, and the Imperial War Reserves are always interested in exploiting newly surveyed fields where raspite is in abundance. Adamantine raspite asteroids have a very high density of the tungsten-bearing crystals compared to normal deposits found on raspite-bearing asteroids.
Amethystic Crystallite
The violet hues of this glassy fluorite crystal formation appear to be particularly emboldened by the presence of trace amounts of Chromodynamic Tricarboxyls compared to other specimens of this stratum. Though the concentration of these compounds is markedly less than that found in previous observations of similar examples, enterprising individuals may be able to exploit this limited resource.
Ancient 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.
Ancient 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.
Ancient 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.
Ancient 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.
Ancient 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.
Ancient 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.
Ancient 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.
Ancient 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.
Ancient 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.
Ancient 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.
Ancient 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.
Ancient 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.
Arkonor
Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ores in the known universe. A sizable nugget of this can sweep anyone from rags to riches in no time. It has high amount of Megacyte, and also contains some Mexallon and Pyerite. Available primarily in null security status and wormhole systems.
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Augumene
Despite its resemblance to common Pyroxeres, Augumene ore in its raw form is both rare and highly toxic to humans. Thus, while it is also a source of many of the minerals found in Pyroxeres ore, Augumene is generally considered virtually worthless due to the dangers posed by its handling.
Azure Ice
Interstellar ices are formed by the accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. Azure ice forms under the same circumstances as "blue ice," but due to its slightly different chemical composition, it contains substantially fewer oxygen isotopes by volume than its blue cousin, rendering it a "lesser" material.
Azure Plagioclase
Azure plagioclase is an uncommon variant of plagioclase that enjoys a 5% improved mineral yield. It was made infamous in the melancholic song prose Miner Blues by the Gallentean folk singer Jaroud Dertier three decades ago. Plagioclase is not amongst the most valuable ore types around, but it contains a large amount of Tritanium and is thus always in constant demand. It also yields some Mexallon. Available primarily in high security status star systems.
Banidine
A variant of the common ore Veldspar, Banidine is found in far lesser abundance - which causes no problems for miners since the latter ore is virtually worthless, being riddled with impurities.
Batch Compressed Arkonor
Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ores in the known universe. A sizable nugget of this can sweep anyone from rags to riches in no time. It has high amount of Megacyte, and also contains some Mexallon and Pyerite. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Azure Plagioclase
Azure plagioclase is an uncommon variant of plagioclase that enjoys a 5% improved mineral yield. It was made infamous in the melancholic song prose Miner Blues by the Gallentean folk singer Jaroud Dertier three decades ago. Plagioclase is not amongst the most valuable ore types around, but it contains a large amount of Tritanium and is thus always in constant demand. It also yields some Mexallon. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Bistot
Bistot is a very valuable ore as it holds large portions of Zydrine and Pyerite. It also contains a decent amount of Mexallon. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Bright Spodumain
Spodumain is occasionally found with crystalline traces in its outer surface. Known as bright spodumain, the crystal adds approximately 5% more value to an already valuable mineral. Spodumain is amongst the most desirable ore types around, as it contains high volumes of the most heavily demanded resource and some amounts of the more precious minerals. Huge volumes of Tritanium and moderate amounts of Isogen, Nocxium, Zydrine and Megacyte can be obtained by refining these rocks. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Brilliant Gneiss
This extremely rare and valuable variant of gneiss ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard gneiss when reprocessed. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Concentrated Veldspar
Clusters of veldspar with 5% higher yield, called concentrated veldspar, are sometimes found in areas where normal veldspar is already in abundance. Veldspar is the most common ore type in the central regions of known universe. It is still in constant demand as it holds a large portion of the much-used Tritanium mineral. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Condensed Scordite
Condensed Scordite is a close cousin of normal Scordite, but with 5% better yield. The increase may seem insignificant, but matters greatly to new miners where every ISK counts. Scordite is amongst the most common ore types in the central regions of known universe. It has a fair bit of Tritanium and Pyerite. Good choice for those starting their mining careers. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Crimson Arkonor
While fairly invisible to all but the most experienced miners, there are significant molecular differences between arkonor and its crimson counterpart, so-named because of the blood-red veins running through it. Miners who search for this diamond in the rough will be rewarded with mineral yields 5% higher than standard arkonor. Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ores in the known universe. A sizable nugget of this can sweep anyone from rags to riches in no time. It has high amount of Megacyte, and also contains some Mexallon and Pyerite. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Crokite
Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Crystalline Crokite
Crystalline crokite is the stuff of legend. Not only does it give a 10% greater yield than regular crokite, but chunks of the rock glitter beautifully in just the right light, making crystalline crokite popular as raw material for jewelry. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Cubic Bistot
This extremely rare and valuable variant of bistot ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard bistot when reprocessed. Bistot is a very valuable ore as it holds large portions of Zydrine and Pyerite. It also contains a decent amount of Mexallon. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Dark Ochre
Considered a worthless ore for years, dark ochre was ignored by most miners until improved reprocessing techniques managed to extract the huge amount of Isogen and Mexallon inside it. Dark ochre also contains useful amounts of Nocxium. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Dazzling Spodumain
This extremely rare and valuable variant of spodumain ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard spodumain when reprocessed. Spodumain is amongst the most desirable ore types around, as it contains high volumes of the most heavily demanded resource and some amounts of the more precious minerals. Huge volumes of Tritanium and moderate amounts of Isogen, Nocxium, Zydrine and Megacyte can be obtained by refining these rocks. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Dense Veldspar
In asteroids above average size, the intense pressure can weld normal veldspar into what is known as dense veldspar, increasing the yield by 10%. Veldspar is the most common ore type in the central regions of known universe. It is still in constant demand as it holds a large portion of the much-used Tritanium mineral. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Fiery Kernite
Known as Rage Stone to veteran miners after a discovery of a particularly rich vein of it caused a bar brawl of epic proportions in the Intaki Syndicate. It has a 10% higher yield than basic kernite. Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields fair amounts of Mexallon and Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Flawless Arkonor
This extremely rare and valuable variant of arkonor ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard arkonor when reprocessed. Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ores in the known universe. A sizable nugget of this can sweep anyone from rags to riches in no time. It has high amount of Megacyte, and also contains some Mexallon and Pyerite. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Glazed Hedbergite
Asteroids containing this shiny ore were formed in intense heat, such as might result from a supernova. The result, known as glazed hedbergite, is a more concentrated form of hedbergite that has 10% higher yield. Hedbergite is sought after for its high concentration of Pyerite and Nocxium. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Gleaming Spodumain
Once in a while Spodumain is found with crystalline veins running through it. The 10% increased value this yields puts a gleam in the eye of any miner lucky enough to find it. Spodumain is amongst the most desirable ore types around, as it contains high volumes of the most heavily demanded resource and some amounts of the more precious minerals. Huge volumes of Tritanium and moderate amounts of Isogen, Nocxium, Zydrine and Megacyte can be obtained by refining these rocks. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Glossy Scordite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of scordite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard scordite when reprocessed. Scordite is amongst the most common ore types in the central regions of known universe. It has a fair bit of Tritanium and Pyerite. Good choice for those starting their mining careers. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Gneiss
Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Golden Omber
Golden Omber spurred one of the largest gold rushes in the early days of space faring, when isogen was the king of minerals. The 10% extra yield it offers over common Omber was all it took to make it the most sought after ore for a few years. Omber is a common ore that is still an excellent ore for novice miners as it has a sizeable portion of Isogen, as well as some Pyerite. A few trips of mining this and a novice is quick to rise in status. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Hedbergite
Hedbergite is sought after for its high concentration of Pyerite and Nocxium. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Hemorphite
With a large portion of Nocxium, hemorphite is always a good find. It is common enough that even novice miners can expect to run into it. Hemorphite also has some amount of Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Immaculate Jaspet
This extremely rare and valuable variant of jaspet ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard jaspet when reprocessed. Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Iridescent Gneiss
Gneiss is often the first major league ore that up and coming miners graduate to. Finding the more expensive variation of Gneiss, called Iridescent Gneiss, is a major coup for these miners due to its 5% greater mineral yield. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Jaspet
Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Jet Ochre
This extremely rare and valuable variant of dark ochre ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard dark ochre when reprocessed. Considered a worthless ore for years, dark ochre was ignored by most miners until improved reprocessing techniques managed to extract the huge amount of Isogen and Mexallon inside it. Dark ochre also contains useful amounts of Nocxium. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Kernite
Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields fair amounts of Mexallon and Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Luminous Kernite
Prophets tell of the mystical nature endowed in luminous kernite. To the rest of us, it's an average looking ore that has 5% more yield than normal kernite and can make you rich if you mine it 24/7 and live to be very old. Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields fair amounts of Mexallon and Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Lustrous Hedbergite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of hedbergite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard hedbergite when reprocessed. Hedbergite is sought after for its high concentration of Pyerite and Nocxium. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Magma Mercoxit
Though it floats through the frigid depths of space, magma mercoxit's striking appearance and sheen gives it the impression of bubbling magma. If this visual treasure wasn't enticing enough, the 5% higher yield certainly attracts admirers. Mercoxit is a very dense ore that must be mined using specialized deep core mining techniques. It contains massive amounts of the extraordinary Morphite mineral. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Massive Scordite
Massive Scordite was the stuff of legend in the early days of space exploration, due to a 10% higher mineral yield than standard scordite. Though it has long since been taken over in value by other ores it still has a special place in the hearts of veteran miners. Scordite is amongst the most common ore types in the central regions of known universe. It has a fair bit of Tritanium and Pyerite. Good choice for those starting their mining careers. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Mercoxit
Mercoxit is a very dense ore that must be mined using specialized deep core mining techniques. It contains massive amounts of the extraordinary Morphite mineral. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Monoclinic Bistot
Monoclinic bistot is a variant of bistot with a slightly different crystal structure. It is highly sought-after, as it gives a 10% higher yield than its straightforward counterpart. Bistot is a very valuable ore as it holds large portions of Zydrine and Pyerite. It also contains a decent amount of Mexallon. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Obsidian Ochre
Obsidian ochre, an extremely valuable member of the dark ochre family, was only first discovered a decade ago. The sleek black surface of this ore managed to reflect scanning waves, making obsidian ochre asteroids almost invisible. Advances in scanning technology revealed these beauties at last. This ore's 10% higher mineral yield makes it more than worth the effort required to find it. Considered a worthless ore for years, dark ochre was ignored by most miners until improved reprocessing techniques managed to extract the huge amount of Isogen and Mexallon inside it. Dark ochre also contains useful amounts of Nocxium. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Omber
Omber is a common ore that is still an excellent ore for novice miners as it has a sizeable portion of Isogen, as well as some Pyerite. A few trips of mining this and a novice is quick to rise in status. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Onyx Ochre
Shiny black nuggets of onyx ochre look very nice and are occasionally used in ornaments. But the 5% higher mineral yield is what miners are really after. Like in all else, good looks are only an added bonus. Considered a worthless ore for years, dark ochre was ignored by most miners until improved reprocessing techniques managed to extract the huge amount of Isogen and Mexallon inside it. Dark ochre also contains useful amounts of Nocxium. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Opulent Pyroxeres
This extremely rare and valuable variant of pyroxeres ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard pyroxeres when reprocessed. Pyroxeres is a common ore available in all regions of space. It has fair amounts of Pyerite and Mexallon. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Pellucid Crokite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of crokite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard crokite when reprocessed. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Plagioclase
Plagioclase is not amongst the most valuable ore types around, but it contains a large amount of Tritanium and is thus always in constant demand. It also yields some Mexallon. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Platinoid Omber
This extremely rare and valuable variant of omber ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard omber when reprocessed. Omber is a common ore that is still an excellent ore for novice miners as it has a sizeable portion of Isogen, as well as some Pyerite. A few trips of mining this and a novice is quick to rise in status. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Prime Arkonor
Prime arkonor is the rarest of the rare; the king of ores. Giving a 10% greater mineral yield than regular arkonor, this is the stuff that makes billionaires out of people lucky enough to stumble upon a vein. Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ores in the known universe. A sizable nugget of this can sweep anyone from rags to riches in no time. It has high amount of Megacyte, and also contains some Mexallon and Pyerite. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Prismatic Gneiss
Prismatic Gneiss has a fracturized molecule-structure, which explains its unique appearance. It is the most sought after member of the Gneiss family, as it yields 10% more than common Gneiss. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Pristine Jaspet
Pristine Jaspet is very rare, which is not so surprising when one considers that it is formed when asteroids collide with comets or ice moons. It has 10% better yield than normal Jaspet. Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Pure Jaspet
Pure Jaspet is popular amongst corporate miners who are looking for various minerals for manufacturing, rather than mining purely for profit. Pure Jaspet contains fewer waste compounds than most asteroids, allows for approximately 5% better mineral yield from the same volume of ore. Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Pyroxeres
Pyroxeres is a common ore available in all regions of space. It has fair amounts of Pyerite and Mexallon. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Radiant Hemorphite
Hemorphite exists in many different color variations. Interestingly, the more colorful it becomes, the better yield it has. Radiant hemorphite has 10% better yield than its more bland brother. With a large portion of Nocxium, hemorphite is always a good find. It is common enough that even novice miners can expect to run into it. Hemorphite also has some amount of Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Resplendant Kernite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of kernite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard kernite when reprocessed. Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields fair amounts of Mexallon and Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Rich Plagioclase
With rich plagioclase, having 10% better yield than the normal one, miners can finally regard plagioclase as a mineral that provides a noteworthy profit. Plagioclase is not amongst the most valuable ore types around, but it contains a large amount of Tritanium and is thus always in constant demand. It also yields some Mexallon. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Scintillating Hemorphite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of hemorphite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard hemorphite when reprocessed. With a large portion of Nocxium, hemorphite is always a good find. It is common enough that even novice miners can expect to run into it. Hemorphite also has some amount of Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Scordite
Scordite is amongst the most common ore types in the central regions of known universe. It has a fair bit of Tritanium and Pyerite. Good choice for those starting their mining careers. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Sharp Crokite
In certain belts, environmental conditions will carve sharp, jagged edges into crokite rocks, resulting in the formation of sharp crokite. The increased density of these formations leads to a 5% greater mineral yield than standard crokite. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Silvery Omber
Silvery Omber was first discovered some fifty years ago in an asteroid belt close to a large moon. The luminescence from the moon made this uncommon cousin of normal Omber seem silvery in appearance, hence the name. It is still considered a lucky find by miners across New Eden due to a roughly 5% improved mineral yield compared to standard omber. Omber is a common ore that is still an excellent ore for novice miners as it has a sizeable portion of Isogen, as well as some Pyerite. A few trips of mining this and a novice is quick to rise in status. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Solid Pyroxeres
Solid Pyroxeres, sometimes called the Flame of Dam'Torsad, is a relative of normal Pyroxeres. The Flame has 5% higher yield than its more common cousin. Pyroxeres is a common ore available in all regions of space. It has fair amounts of Pyerite and Mexallon. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Sparkling Plagioclase
This extremely rare and valuable variant of plagioclase ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard plagioclase when reprocessed. Plagioclase is not amongst the most valuable ore types around, but it contains a large amount of Tritanium and is thus always in constant demand. It also yields some Mexallon. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Spodumain
Spodumain is amongst the most desirable ore types around, as it contains high volumes of the most heavily demanded resource and some amounts of the more precious minerals. Huge volumes of Tritanium and moderate amounts of Isogen, Nocxium, Zydrine and Megacyte can be obtained by refining these rocks. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Stable Veldspar
This extremely rare and valuable variant of veldspar ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard veldspar when reprocessed. Veldspar is the most common ore type in the central regions of known universe. It is still in constant demand as it holds a large portion of the much-used Tritanium mineral. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Triclinic Bistot
Bistot with a triclinic crystal system occurs very rarely under natural conditions, but is highly popular with miners due to its extra-high concentrations of minerals. The yield from triclinic bistot is approximately 5% higher than from equivalent volumes of standard bistot. Bistot is a very valuable ore as it holds large portions of Zydrine and Pyerite. It also contains a decent amount of Mexallon. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Veldspar
Veldspar is the most common ore type in the central regions of known universe. It is still in constant demand as it holds a large portion of the much-used Tritanium mineral. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Viscous Pyroxeres
Viscous Pyroxeres is the secret behind the success of ORE in the early days. ORE has since then moved into more profitable minerals, but Viscous Pyroxeres and its 10% higher mineral yield still holds a special place in the hearts of all miners dreaming of becoming the next mining moguls of EVE. Pyroxeres is a common ore available in all regions of space. It has fair amounts of Pyerite and Mexallon. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Vitreous Mercoxit
Vitreous mercoxit gleams in the dark, like a siren of myth. Found only in rare clusters in space vitreous mercoxit is very rare, but very valuable, due to its much higher 10% yield. Mercoxit is a very dense ore that must be mined using specialized deep core mining techniques. It contains massive amounts of the extraordinary Morphite mineral. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Vitric Hedbergite
When asteroids containing hedbergite pass close to suns or other sources of intense heat can cause the hedbergite to glassify. The result is called vitric hedbergite and has 5% better yield than normal hedbergite. Hedbergite is sought after for its high concentration of Pyerite and Nocxium. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Batch Compressed Vivid Hemorphite
Hemorphite exists in many different color variations. Interestingly, the more colorful it becomes, the better yield it has. Vivid hemorphite has 5% better yield than its more bland brother. With a large portion of Nocxium, hemorphite is always a good find. It is common enough that even novice miners can expect to run into it. Hemorphite also has some amount of Isogen. This material was compressed using an older process that compressed batches of raw materials into units using a set input quantity. Newer compression technology uses a more flexible one-to-one unit compression system.
Bezdnacine
Intense neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield huge amounts of Tritanium, Isogen and Megacyte.
Bistot
Bistot is a very valuable ore as it holds large portions of Zydrine and Pyerite. It also contains a decent amount of Mexallon. Available primarily in null security status and wormhole systems.
Bitumens
A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Bitumens are very useful as they yield good quantities of Hydrocarbons used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Bitumen ores will also yield Pyerite and Mexallon .
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.
Bountiful Loparite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Loparite, the ore is called Bountiful Loparite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Loparite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Promethium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Loparite ores will also yield Platinum, Scandium and Hydrocarbons.
Bountiful Monazite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Monazite, the ore is called Bountiful Monazite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Monazite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Neodymium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Monazite ores will also yield Chromium, Tungsten and Evaporite Deposits.
Bountiful Xenotime
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Xenotime, the ore is called Bountiful Xenotime and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Xenotime is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Dysprosium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Xenotime ores will also yield Vanadium, Cobalt and Atmospheric Gases.
Bountiful Ytterbite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Ytterbite, the ore is called Bountiful Ytterbite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Ytterbite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Thulium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Ytterbite ores will also yield Cadmium, Titanium and Silicates.
Bright Spodumain
Spodumain is occasionally found with crystalline traces in its outer surface. Known as bright spodumain, the crystal adds approximately 5% more value to an already valuable mineral. Spodumain is amongst the most desirable ore types around, as it contains high volumes of the most heavily demanded resource and some amounts of the more precious minerals. Huge volumes of Tritanium and moderate amounts of Isogen, Nocxium, Zydrine and Megacyte can be obtained by refining these rocks.
Brilliant Gneiss
This extremely rare and valuable variant of gneiss ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard gneiss when reprocessed. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen.
Brimful Bitumens
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Bitumens, the ore is called Brimful Bitumens and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Bitumens are very useful as they yield good quantities of Hydrocarbons used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Bitumen ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite.
Brimful Coesite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Coesite, the ore is called Brimful Coesite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Coesite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Silicates used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Coesite ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite.
Brimful Sylvite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Sylvite, the ore is called Brimful Sylvite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Sylvite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Evaporite Deposits used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Sylvite ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite.
Brimful Zeolites
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Zeolites, the ore is called Brimful Zeolites and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Zeolites are useful as they yield good quantities of trapped Atmospheric Gases used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Zeolites ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite.
Carnotite
A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Carnotite is valuable as it yields good quantities of Technetium, a key element of many advanced materials. Carnotite ores will also yield Cobalt and Atmospheric Gases.
Chondrite
This ore is of interest only to civilian and rookie pilot mining operations.
Chromite
An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Chromite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Chromium, an important element of many advanced materials. Chromite ores will also yield Hydrocarbons.
Cinnabar
A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Cinnabar is valuable as it yields good quantities of Mercury, a key element of many advanced materials. Cinnabar ores will also yield Tungsten and Evaporite Deposits.
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.
Cobaltite
A common ore commercially mined from moons, Cobaltite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Cobalt, a significant element of many advanced materials.
Coesite
A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Coesite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Silicates used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Coesite ores will also yield Pyerite and Mexallon .
Compressed Abyssal Bezdnacine
Intense neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield significant amounts of Tritanium whilst also yielding smaller amounts of Isogen and Megacyte. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Abyssal Rakovene
Protracted neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield significant amounts of Tritanium whilst also yielding smaller amounts of Isogen and Zydrine. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Abyssal Talassonite
Light neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield significant amounts of Tritanium whilst also yielding smaller amounts of Nocxium and Megacyte. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Arkonor
Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ores in the known universe. A sizable nugget of this can sweep anyone from rags to riches in no time. It has high amount of Megacyte, and also contains some Mexallon and Pyerite. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Azure Plagioclase
Azure plagioclase is an uncommon variant of plagioclase that enjoys a 5% improved mineral yield. It was made infamous in the melancholic song prose Miner Blues by the Gallentean folk singer Jaroud Dertier three decades ago. Plagioclase is not amongst the most valuable ore types around, but it contains a large amount of Tritanium and is thus always in constant demand. It also yields some Mexallon. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Bezdnacine
Intense neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield huge amounts of Tritanium, Isogen and Megacyte. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Bistot
Bistot is a very valuable ore as it holds large portions of Zydrine and Pyerite. It also contains a decent amount of Mexallon. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Bitumens
A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Bitumens are very useful as they yield good quantities of Hydrocarbons used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Bitumen ores will also yield Pyerite and Mexallon . This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
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 material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Bountiful Loparite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Loparite, the ore is called Bountiful Loparite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Loparite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Promethium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Loparite ores will also yield Platinum, Scandium and Hydrocarbons. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Bountiful Monazite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Monazite, the ore is called Bountiful Monazite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Monazite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Neodymium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Monazite ores will also yield Chromium, Tungsten and Evaporite Deposits. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Bountiful Xenotime
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Xenotime, the ore is called Bountiful Xenotime and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Xenotime is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Dysprosium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Xenotime ores will also yield Vanadium, Cobalt and Atmospheric Gases. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Bountiful Ytterbite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Ytterbite, the ore is called Bountiful Ytterbite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Ytterbite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Thulium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Ytterbite ores will also yield Cadmium, Titanium and Silicates. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Bright Spodumain
Spodumain is occasionally found with crystalline traces in its outer surface. Known as bright spodumain, the crystal adds approximately 5% more value to an already valuable mineral. Spodumain is amongst the most desirable ore types around, as it contains high volumes of the most heavily demanded resource and some amounts of the more precious minerals. Huge volumes of Tritanium and moderate amounts of Isogen, Nocxium, Zydrine and Megacyte can be obtained by refining these rocks. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Brilliant Gneiss
This extremely rare and valuable variant of gneiss ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard gneiss when reprocessed. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Brimful Bitumens
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Bitumens, the ore is called Brimful Bitumens and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Bitumens are very useful as they yield good quantities of Hydrocarbons used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Bitumen ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Brimful Coesite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Coesite, the ore is called Brimful Coesite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Coesite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Silicates used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Coesite ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Brimful Sylvite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Sylvite, the ore is called Brimful Sylvite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Sylvite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Evaporite Deposits used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Sylvite ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Brimful Zeolites
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Zeolites, the ore is called Brimful Zeolites and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Zeolites are useful as they yield good quantities of trapped Atmospheric Gases used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Zeolites ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Carnotite
A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Carnotite is valuable as it yields good quantities of Technetium, a key element of many advanced materials. Carnotite ores will also yield Cobalt and Atmospheric Gases. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Chromite
An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Chromite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Chromium, an important element of many advanced materials. Chromite ores will also yield Hydrocarbons. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Cinnabar
A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Cinnabar is valuable as it yields good quantities of Mercury, a key element of many advanced materials. Cinnabar ores will also yield Tungsten and Evaporite Deposits. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
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 material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Cobaltite
A common ore commercially mined from moons, Cobaltite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Cobalt, a significant element of many advanced materials. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Coesite
A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Coesite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Silicates used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Coesite ores will also yield Pyerite and Mexallon . This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Concentrated Veldspar
Clusters of veldspar with 5% higher yield, called concentrated veldspar, are sometimes found in areas where normal veldspar is already in abundance. Veldspar is the most common ore type in the central regions of known universe. It is still in constant demand as it holds a large portion of the much-used Tritanium mineral. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Condensed Scordite
Condensed Scordite is a close cousin of normal Scordite, but with 5% better yield. The increase may seem insignificant, but matters greatly to new miners where every ISK counts. Scordite is amongst the most common ore types in the central regions of known universe. It has a fair bit of Tritanium and Pyerite. Good choice for those starting their mining careers. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Copious Cobaltite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Cobaltite, the ore is called Copious Cobaltite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Cobaltite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Cobalt, a significant element of many advanced materials. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Copious Euxenite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Euxenite, the ore is called Copious Euxenite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Euxenite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Scandium, a significant element of many advanced materials. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Copious Scheelite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Scheelite, the ore is called Copious Scheelite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Scheelite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Tungsten, a significant element of many advanced materials. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Copious Titanite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Titanite, the ore is called Copious Titanite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Titanite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Titanium, a significant element of many advanced materials. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Crimson Arkonor
While fairly invisible to all but the most experienced miners, there are significant molecular differences between arkonor and its crimson counterpart, so-named because of the blood-red veins running through it. Miners who search for this diamond in the rough will be rewarded with mineral yields 5% higher than standard arkonor. Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ores in the known universe. A sizable nugget of this can sweep anyone from rags to riches in no time. It has high amount of Megacyte, and also contains some Mexallon and Pyerite. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Crokite
Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Crystalline Crokite
Crystalline crokite is the stuff of legend. Not only does it give a 10% greater yield than regular crokite, but chunks of the rock glitter beautifully in just the right light, making crystalline crokite popular as raw material for jewelry. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Cubic Bistot
This extremely rare and valuable variant of bistot ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard bistot when reprocessed. Bistot is a very valuable ore as it holds large portions of Zydrine and Pyerite. It also contains a decent amount of Mexallon. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
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 material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Dark Ochre
Considered a worthless ore for years, dark ochre was ignored by most miners until improved reprocessing techniques managed to extract the huge amount of Isogen and Mexallon inside it. Dark ochre also contains useful amounts of Nocxium. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Dazzling Spodumain
This extremely rare and valuable variant of spodumain ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard spodumain when reprocessed. Spodumain is amongst the most desirable ore types around, as it contains high volumes of the most heavily demanded resource and some amounts of the more precious minerals. Huge volumes of Tritanium and moderate amounts of Isogen, Nocxium, Zydrine and Megacyte can be obtained by refining these rocks. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Dense Veldspar
In asteroids above average size, the intense pressure can weld normal veldspar into what is known as dense veldspar, increasing the yield by 10%. Veldspar is the most common ore type in the central regions of known universe. It is still in constant demand as it holds a large portion of the much-used Tritanium mineral. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
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 material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Euxenite
A common ore commercially mined from moons, Euxenite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Scandium, a significant element of many advanced materials. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Fiery Kernite
Known as Rage Stone to veteran miners after a discovery of a particularly rich vein of it caused a bar brawl of epic proportions in the Intaki Syndicate. It has a 10% higher yield than basic kernite. Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields fair amounts of Mexallon and Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Flawless Arkonor
This extremely rare and valuable variant of arkonor ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard arkonor when reprocessed. Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ores in the known universe. A sizable nugget of this can sweep anyone from rags to riches in no time. It has high amount of Megacyte, and also contains some Mexallon and Pyerite. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
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 material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
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 material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
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 material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Glazed Hedbergite
Asteroids containing this shiny ore were formed in intense heat, such as might result from a supernova. The result, known as glazed hedbergite, is a more concentrated form of hedbergite that has 10% higher yield. Hedbergite is sought after for its high concentration of Pyerite and Nocxium. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Gleaming Spodumain
Once in a while Spodumain is found with crystalline veins running through it. The 10% increased value this yields puts a gleam in the eye of any miner lucky enough to find it. Spodumain is amongst the most desirable ore types around, as it contains high volumes of the most heavily demanded resource and some amounts of the more precious minerals. Huge volumes of Tritanium and moderate amounts of Isogen, Nocxium, Zydrine and Megacyte can be obtained by refining these rocks. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Glistening Bitumens
Bitumens ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glistening Bitumens and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Bitumens are very useful as they yield good quantities of Hydrocarbons used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Bitumen ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Glistening Coesite
Coesite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glistening Coesite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Coesite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Silicates used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Coesite ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Glistening Sylvite
Sylvite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glistening Sylvite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Sylvite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Evaporite Deposits used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Sylvite ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Glistening Zeolites
Zeolites ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glistening Zeolites and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Zeolites are useful as they yield good quantities of trapped Atmospheric Gases used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Zeolites ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Glossy Scordite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of scordite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard scordite when reprocessed. Scordite is amongst the most common ore types in the central regions of known universe. It has a fair bit of Tritanium and Pyerite. Good choice for those starting their mining careers. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Glowing Carnotite
Carnotite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glowing Carnotite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Carnotite is valuable as it yields good quantities of Technetium, a key element of many advanced materials. Carnotite ores will also yield Cobalt and Atmospheric Gases. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Glowing Cinnabar
Cinnabar ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glowing Cinnabar and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Cinnabar is valuable as it yields good quantities of Mercury, a key element of many advanced materials. Cinnabar ores will also yield Tungsten and Evaporite Deposits. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Glowing Pollucite
Pollucite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glowing Pollucite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Pollucite is valuable as it yields good quantities of Caesium, a key element of many advanced materials. Pollucite ores will also yield Scandium and Hydrocarbons. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Glowing Zircon
Zircon ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glowing Zircon and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Zircon is valuable as it yields good quantities of Hafnium, a key element of many advanced materials. Zircon ores will also yield Titanium and Silicates. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Gneiss
Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Golden Omber
Golden Omber spurred one of the largest gold rushes in the early days of space faring, when isogen was the king of minerals. The 10% extra yield it offers over common Omber was all it took to make it the most sought after ore for a few years. Omber is a common ore that is still an excellent ore for novice miners as it has a sizeable portion of Isogen, as well as some Pyerite. A few trips of mining this and a novice is quick to rise in status. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Hadal Bezdnacine
Intense neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield significant amounts of Tritanium whilst also yielding smaller amounts of Isogen and Megacyte. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Hadal Rakovene
Protracted neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield significant amounts of Tritanium whilst also yielding smaller amounts of Isogen and Zydrine. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Hadal Talassonite
Light neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield significant amounts of Tritanium whilst also yielding smaller amounts of Nocxium and Megacyte. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Hedbergite
Hedbergite is sought after for its high concentration of Pyerite and Nocxium. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Hemorphite
With a large portion of Nocxium, hemorphite is always a good find. It is common enough that even novice miners can expect to run into it. Hemorphite also has some amount of Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Immaculate Jaspet
This extremely rare and valuable variant of jaspet ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard jaspet when reprocessed. Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Iridescent Gneiss
Gneiss is often the first major league ore that up and coming miners graduate to. Finding the more expensive variation of Gneiss, called Iridescent Gneiss, is a major coup for these miners due to its 5% greater mineral yield. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Jaspet
Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Jet Ochre
This extremely rare and valuable variant of dark ochre ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard dark ochre when reprocessed. Considered a worthless ore for years, dark ochre was ignored by most miners until improved reprocessing techniques managed to extract the huge amount of Isogen and Mexallon inside it. Dark ochre also contains useful amounts of Nocxium. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Kernite
Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields fair amounts of Mexallon and Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
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 material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Lavish Chromite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Chromite, the ore is called Lavish Chromite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Chromite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Chromium, an important element of many advanced materials. Chromite ores will also yield Hydrocarbons. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Lavish Otavite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Otavite, the ore is called Lavish Otavite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Otavite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Cadmium, an important element of many advanced materials. Otavite ores will also yield Atmospheric Gases. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Lavish Sperrylite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of sperrylite, the ore is called lavish sperrylite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Sperrylite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Platinum, an important element of many advanced materials. Sperrylite ores will also yield Evaporite Deposits. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Lavish Vanadinite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Vanadinite, the ore is called Lavish Vanadinite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Vanadinite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Vanadium, an important element of many advanced materials. Vanadinite ores will also yield Silicates. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Loparite
An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Loparite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Promethium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Loparite ores will also yield Platinum, Scandium and Hydrocarbons. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Luminous Kernite
Prophets tell of the mystical nature endowed in luminous kernite. To the rest of us, it's an average looking ore that has 5% more yield than normal kernite and can make you rich if you mine it 24/7 and live to be very old. Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields fair amounts of Mexallon and Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Lustrous Hedbergite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of hedbergite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard hedbergite when reprocessed. Hedbergite is sought after for its high concentration of Pyerite and Nocxium. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Magma Mercoxit
Though it floats through the frigid depths of space, magma mercoxit's striking appearance and sheen gives it the impression of bubbling magma. If this visual treasure wasn't enticing enough, the 5% higher yield certainly attracts admirers. Mercoxit is a very dense ore that must be mined using specialized deep core mining techniques. It contains massive amounts of the extraordinary Morphite mineral. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Massive Scordite
Massive Scordite was the stuff of legend in the early days of space exploration, due to a 10% higher mineral yield than standard scordite. Though it has long since been taken over in value by other ores it still has a special place in the hearts of veteran miners. Scordite is amongst the most common ore types in the central regions of known universe. It has a fair bit of Tritanium and Pyerite. Good choice for those starting their mining careers. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Mercoxit
Mercoxit is a very dense ore that must be mined using specialized deep core mining techniques. It contains massive amounts of the extraordinary Morphite mineral. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Monazite
An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Monazite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Neodymium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Monazite ores will also yield Chromium, Tungsten and Evaporite Deposits. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Monoclinic Bistot
Monoclinic bistot is a variant of bistot with a slightly different crystal structure. It is highly sought-after, as it gives a 10% higher yield than its straightforward counterpart. Bistot is a very valuable ore as it holds large portions of Zydrine and Pyerite. It also contains a decent amount of Mexallon. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Obsidian Ochre
Obsidian ochre, an extremely valuable member of the dark ochre family, was only first discovered a decade ago. The sleek black surface of this ore managed to reflect scanning waves, making obsidian ochre asteroids almost invisible. Advances in scanning technology revealed these beauties at last. This ore's 10% higher mineral yield makes it more than worth the effort required to find it. Considered a worthless ore for years, dark ochre was ignored by most miners until improved reprocessing techniques managed to extract the huge amount of Isogen and Mexallon inside it. Dark ochre also contains useful amounts of Nocxium. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Omber
Omber is a common ore that is still an excellent ore for novice miners as it has a sizeable portion of Isogen, as well as some Pyerite. A few trips of mining this and a novice is quick to rise in status. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Onyx Ochre
Shiny black nuggets of onyx ochre look very nice and are occasionally used in ornaments. But the 5% higher mineral yield is what miners are really after. Like in all else, good looks are only an added bonus. Considered a worthless ore for years, dark ochre was ignored by most miners until improved reprocessing techniques managed to extract the huge amount of Isogen and Mexallon inside it. Dark ochre also contains useful amounts of Nocxium. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Opulent Pyroxeres
This extremely rare and valuable variant of pyroxeres ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard pyroxeres when reprocessed. Pyroxeres is a common ore available in all regions of space. It has fair amounts of Pyerite and Mexallon. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Otavite
An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Otavite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Cadmium, an important element of many advanced materials. Otavite ores will also yield Atmospheric Gases. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Pellucid Crokite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of crokite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard crokite when reprocessed. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Plagioclase
Plagioclase is not amongst the most valuable ore types around, but it contains a large amount of Tritanium and is thus always in constant demand. It also yields some Mexallon. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Platinoid Omber
This extremely rare and valuable variant of omber ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard omber when reprocessed. Omber is a common ore that is still an excellent ore for novice miners as it has a sizeable portion of Isogen, as well as some Pyerite. A few trips of mining this and a novice is quick to rise in status. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Pollucite
A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Pollucite is valuable as it yields good quantities of Caesium, a key element of many advanced materials. Pollucite ores will also yield Scandium and Hydrocarbons. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Prime Arkonor
Prime arkonor is the rarest of the rare; the king of ores. Giving a 10% greater mineral yield than regular arkonor, this is the stuff that makes billionaires out of people lucky enough to stumble upon a vein. Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ores in the known universe. A sizable nugget of this can sweep anyone from rags to riches in no time. It has high amount of Megacyte, and also contains some Mexallon and Pyerite. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Prismatic Gneiss
Prismatic Gneiss has a fracturized molecule-structure, which explains its unique appearance. It is the most sought after member of the Gneiss family, as it yields 10% more than common Gneiss. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Pristine Jaspet
Pristine Jaspet is very rare, which is not so surprising when one considers that it is formed when asteroids collide with comets or ice moons. It has 10% better yield than normal Jaspet. Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
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 material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Pure Jaspet
Pure Jaspet is popular amongst corporate miners who are looking for various minerals for manufacturing, rather than mining purely for profit. Pure Jaspet contains fewer waste compounds than most asteroids, allows for approximately 5% better mineral yield from the same volume of ore. Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Pyroxeres
Pyroxeres is a common ore available in all regions of space. It has fair amounts of Pyerite and Mexallon. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Radiant Hemorphite
Hemorphite exists in many different color variations. Interestingly, the more colorful it becomes, the better yield it has. Radiant hemorphite has 10% better yield than its more bland brother. With a large portion of Nocxium, hemorphite is always a good find. It is common enough that even novice miners can expect to run into it. Hemorphite also has some amount of Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Rakovene
Protracted neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield huge amounts of Tritanium and Isogen whilst also yielding high amount of Zydrine. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Replete Carnotite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Carnotite, the ore is called Replete Carnotite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Carnotite is valuable as it yields good quantities of Technetium, a key element of many advanced materials. Carnotite ores will also yield Cobalt and Atmospheric Gases. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Replete Cinnabar
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Cinnabar, the ore is called Replete Cinnabar and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Cinnabar is valuable as it yields good quantities of Mercury, a key element of many advanced materials. Cinnabar ores will also yield Tungsten and Evaporite Deposits. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Replete Pollucite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Pollucite, the ore is called Replete Pollucite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Pollucite is valuable as it yields good quantities of Caesium, a key element of many advanced materials. Pollucite ores will also yield Scandium and Hydrocarbons. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Replete Zircon
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Zircon, the ore is called Replete Zircon and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Zircon is valuable as it yields good quantities of Hafnium, a key element of many advanced materials. Zircon ores will also yield Titanium and Silicates. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Resplendant Kernite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of kernite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard kernite when reprocessed. Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields fair amounts of Mexallon and Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Rich Plagioclase
With rich plagioclase, having 10% better yield than the normal one, miners can finally regard plagioclase as a mineral that provides a noteworthy profit. Plagioclase is not amongst the most valuable ore types around, but it contains a large amount of Tritanium and is thus always in constant demand. It also yields some Mexallon. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Scheelite
A common ore commercially mined from moons, Scheelite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Tungsten, a significant element of many advanced materials. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Scintillating Hemorphite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of hemorphite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard hemorphite when reprocessed. With a large portion of Nocxium, hemorphite is always a good find. It is common enough that even novice miners can expect to run into it. Hemorphite also has some amount of Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Scordite
Scordite is amongst the most common ore types in the central regions of known universe. It has a fair bit of Tritanium and Pyerite. Good choice for those starting their mining careers. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Sharp Crokite
In certain belts, environmental conditions will carve sharp, jagged edges into crokite rocks, resulting in the formation of sharp crokite. The increased density of these formations leads to a 5% greater mineral yield than standard crokite. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Shimmering Chromite
Chromite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shimmering Chromite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Chromite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Chromium, an important element of many advanced materials. Chromite ores will also yield Hydrocarbons. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Shimmering Otavite
Otavite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called shimmering otavite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Otavite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Cadmium, an important element of many advanced materials. Otavite ores will also yield Atmospheric Gases. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Shimmering Sperrylite
Sperrylite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shimmering Sperrylite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Sperrylite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Platinum, an important element of many advanced materials. Sperrylite ores will also yield Evaporite Deposits. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Shimmering Vanadinite
Vanadinite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shimmering Vanadinite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Vanadinite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Vanadium, an important element of many advanced materials. Vanadinite ores will also yield Silicates. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Shining Loparite
Loparite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shining Loparite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Loparite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Promethium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Loparite ores will also yield Platinum, Scandium and Hydrocarbons. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Shining Monazite
Monazite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shining Monazite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Monazite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Neodymium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Monazite ores will also yield Chromium, Tungsten and Evaporite Deposits. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Shining Xenotime
Xenotime ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shining Xenotime and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Xenotime is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Dysprosium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Xenotime ores will also yield Vanadium, Cobalt and Atmospheric Gases. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Shining Ytterbite
Ytterbite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shining Ytterbite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Ytterbite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Thulium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Ytterbite ores will also yield Cadmium, Titanium and Silicates. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Silvery Omber
Silvery Omber was first discovered some fifty years ago in an asteroid belt close to a large moon. The luminescence from the moon made this uncommon cousin of normal Omber seem silvery in appearance, hence the name. It is still considered a lucky find by miners across New Eden due to a roughly 5% improved mineral yield compared to standard omber. Omber is a common ore that is still an excellent ore for novice miners as it has a sizeable portion of Isogen, as well as some Pyerite. A few trips of mining this and a novice is quick to rise in status. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
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 material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Solid Pyroxeres
Solid Pyroxeres, sometimes called the Flame of Dam'Torsad, is a relative of normal Pyroxeres. The Flame has 5% higher yield than its more common cousin. Pyroxeres is a common ore available in all regions of space. It has fair amounts of Pyerite and Mexallon. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Sparkling Plagioclase
This extremely rare and valuable variant of plagioclase ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard plagioclase when reprocessed. Plagioclase is not amongst the most valuable ore types around, but it contains a large amount of Tritanium and is thus always in constant demand. It also yields some Mexallon. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Sperrylite
An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Sperrylite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Platinum, an important element of many advanced materials. Sperrylite ores will also yield Evaporite Deposits. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Spodumain
Spodumain is amongst the most desirable ore types around, as it contains high volumes of the most heavily demanded resource and some amounts of the more precious minerals. Huge volumes of Tritanium and moderate amounts of Isogen, Nocxium, Zydrine and Megacyte can be obtained by refining these rocks. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Stable Veldspar
This extremely rare and valuable variant of veldspar ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard veldspar when reprocessed. Veldspar is the most common ore type in the central regions of known universe. It is still in constant demand as it holds a large portion of the much-used Tritanium mineral. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Sylvite
A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Sylvite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Evaporite Deposits used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Sylvite ores will also yield Pyerite and Mexallon . This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Talassonite
Light neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield huge amounts of Tritanium and Nocxium whilst also yielding smaller amount of Megacyte. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
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 material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Titanite
A common ore commercially mined from moons, Titanite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Titanium, a significant element of many advanced materials. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Triclinic Bistot
Bistot with a triclinic crystal system occurs very rarely under natural conditions, but is highly popular with miners due to its extra-high concentrations of minerals. The yield from triclinic bistot is approximately 5% higher than from equivalent volumes of standard bistot. Bistot is a very valuable ore as it holds large portions of Zydrine and Pyerite. It also contains a decent amount of Mexallon. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Twinkling Cobaltite
Cobaltite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Twinkling Cobaltite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Cobaltite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Cobalt, a significant element of many advanced materials. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Twinkling Euxenite
Euxenite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Twinkling Euxenite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Euxenite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Scandium, a significant element of many advanced materials. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Twinkling Scheelite
Scheelite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Twinkling Scheelite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Scheelite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Tungsten, a significant element of many advanced materials. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Twinkling Titanite
Titanite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Twinkling Titanite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. This material was often used to manufacture high-status weapons in ancient times. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Titanite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Titanium, a significant element of many advanced materials. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Vanadinite
An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Vanadinite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Vanadium, an important element of many advanced materials. Vanadinite ores will also yield Silicates. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Veldspar
Veldspar is the most common ore type in the central regions of known universe. It is still in constant demand as it holds a large portion of the much-used Tritanium mineral. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Viscous Pyroxeres
Viscous Pyroxeres is the secret behind the success of ORE in the early days. ORE has since then moved into more profitable minerals, but Viscous Pyroxeres and its 10% higher mineral yield still holds a special place in the hearts of all miners dreaming of becoming the next mining moguls of EVE. Pyroxeres is a common ore available in all regions of space. It has fair amounts of Pyerite and Mexallon. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Vitreous Mercoxit
Vitreous mercoxit gleams in the dark, like a siren of myth. Found only in rare clusters in space vitreous mercoxit is very rare, but very valuable, due to its much higher 10% yield. Mercoxit is a very dense ore that must be mined using specialized deep core mining techniques. It contains massive amounts of the extraordinary Morphite mineral. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Vitric Hedbergite
When asteroids containing hedbergite pass close to suns or other sources of intense heat can cause the hedbergite to glassify. The result is called vitric hedbergite and has 5% better yield than normal hedbergite. Hedbergite is sought after for its high concentration of Pyerite and Nocxium. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Vivid Hemorphite
Hemorphite exists in many different color variations. Interestingly, the more colorful it becomes, the better yield it has. Vivid hemorphite has 5% better yield than its more bland brother. With a large portion of Nocxium, hemorphite is always a good find. It is common enough that even novice miners can expect to run into it. Hemorphite also has some amount of Isogen. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
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 material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Xenotime
An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Xenotime is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Dysprosium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Xenotime ores will also yield Vanadium, Cobalt and Atmospheric Gases. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Ytterbite
An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Ytterbite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Thulium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Ytterbite ores will also yield Cadmium, Titanium and Silicates. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Zeolites
A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Zeolites are useful as they yield good quantities of trapped Atmospheric Gases used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Zeolites ores will also yield Pyerite and Mexallon . This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Compressed Zircon
A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Zircon is valuable as it yields good quantities of Hafnium, a key element of many advanced materials. Zircon ores will also yield Titanium and Silicates. This material is compressed and a much more compact form of the original material.
Concentrated Veldspar
Clusters of veldspar with 5% higher yield, called concentrated veldspar, are sometimes found in areas where normal veldspar is already in abundance. Veldspar is the most common ore type in the central regions of known universe. It is still in constant demand as it holds a large portion of the much-used Tritanium mineral. Available primarily in high security status star systems.
Condensed Scordite
Condensed Scordite is a close cousin of normal Scordite, but with 5% better yield. The increase may seem insignificant, but matters greatly to new miners where every ISK counts. Scordite is amongst the most common ore types in the central regions of known universe. It has a fair bit of Tritanium and Pyerite. Good choice for those starting their mining careers. Available primarily in high security status star systems.
Copious Cobaltite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Cobaltite, the ore is called Copious Cobaltite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Cobaltite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Cobalt, a significant element of many advanced materials.
Copious Euxenite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Euxenite, the ore is called Copious Euxenite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Euxenite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Scandium, a significant element of many advanced materials.
Copious Scheelite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Scheelite, the ore is called Copious Scheelite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Scheelite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Tungsten, a significant element of many advanced materials.
Copious Titanite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Titanite, the ore is called Copious Titanite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Titanite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Titanium, a significant element of many advanced materials.
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Crimson Arkonor
While fairly invisible to all but the most experienced miners, there are significant molecular differences between arkonor and its crimson counterpart, so-named because of the blood-red veins running through it. Miners who search for this diamond in the rough will be rewarded with mineral yields 5% higher than standard arkonor. Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ores in the known universe. A sizable nugget of this can sweep anyone from rags to riches in no time. It has high amount of Megacyte, and also contains some Mexallon and Pyerite. Available primarily in null security status and wormhole systems.
Crokite
Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Crystalline Crokite
Crystalline crokite is the stuff of legend. Not only does it give a 10% greater yield than regular crokite, but chunks of the rock glitter beautifully in just the right light, making crystalline crokite popular as raw material for jewelry. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Crystalline Icicle
Interstellar ices are formed by accretion of gas molecules onto silicate dust particles. These crystalline formations can be found scattered around many stellar ice fields, but "crystalline icicles" have a very low isotope count compared to other minable ices, making it relatively worthless. It's simply "space ice."
Cthonic Attar
The unstable chemical flux of minerals designated as Chromodynamic Tricarboxyls can be obtained by reprocessing the rare ore Cthonic Attar. This is obtained from unique Cthonic Attar asteroids altered by the strange gravitational and electromagnetic effects of certain deadspace pockets lying in the intermediate zones between 'shallow', stable deadspace and the truly twisted depths of Abyssal Deadspace itself. Chromodynamic Tricarboxyls may be unstable but they have many uses, including use as a catalyzing material in synaptic acceleration implants and boosters. A darker use is the refinement of the strange material into "Deathglow", a deeply mind-altering illegal booster that has recently found its way into the underground markets of New Eden.
Cubic Bistot
This extremely rare and valuable variant of bistot ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard bistot when reprocessed. Bistot is a very valuable ore as it holds large portions of Zydrine and Pyerite. It also contains a decent amount of Mexallon.
Cubic Kangite
Kangite is rare in the extreme on planets but can be found in asteroids in sufficient quantities to commercially exploit it. As the mineral bears the highly useful scandium rare earth element, used in the manufacture of advanced materials by the Minmatar, the Republic has an obvious interest in exploiting it. Republic Fleet Ordnance operations rapidly arrive to organize the mining of any asteroid fields in their territory where kangite is located. Cubic kangite asteroids are loaded with large numbers of kangite crystals compared to the average kangite-bearing asteroids and are highly sought-after by Minmatar miners.
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.
Dark Ochre
Considered a worthless ore for years, dark ochre was ignored by most miners until improved reprocessing techniques managed to extract the huge amount of Isogen and Mexallon inside it. Dark ochre also contains useful amounts of Nocxium. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Dazzling Spodumain
This extremely rare and valuable variant of spodumain ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard spodumain when reprocessed. Spodumain is amongst the most desirable ore types around, as it contains high volumes of the most heavily demanded resource and some amounts of the more precious minerals. Huge volumes of Tritanium and moderate amounts of Isogen, Nocxium, Zydrine and Megacyte can be obtained by refining these rocks.
Dense Veldspar
In asteroids above average size, the intense pressure can weld normal veldspar into what is known as dense veldspar, increasing the yield by 10%. Veldspar is the most common ore type in the central regions of known universe. It is still in constant demand as it holds a large portion of the much-used Tritanium mineral. Available primarily in high security status star systems.
Diamond Moissanite
Moissanite serves as an excellent alternate source of some of the key raw materials used to manufacture crystalline carbonide, the favored advanced material of Gallente shipbuilders. The Federation has a keen interest in exploiting moissanite deposits in asteroid fields and the Federal Strategic Materiel corporation will swiftly arrive with mining operations when deposits are located. Diamond moissanite asteroids are rich in this crystalline resource as well as containing diamond in some quantities, adding to the allure for the Gallente military's industrial support operations.
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.
Euxenite
A common ore commercially mined from moons, Euxenite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Scandium, a significant element of many advanced materials.
Faded Volatile Ice
Metaliminal volatile ice storms are filled with fields of ice and frozen material that may hold immense riches. All manner of novel and unique resources have been found to be trapped in the volatile ices of such fields, including items apparently lost by other travelers in space. Faded volatile ice ores are those from which the most valuable and useful materials have been extracted, or have dissipated into space. Even so, there are still riches to be found in these frozen fragments of material, and perhaps peculiar salvage items can be discovered.
Fiery Kernite
Known as Rage Stone to veteran miners after a discovery of a particularly rich vein of it caused a bar brawl of epic proportions in the Intaki Syndicate. It has a 10% higher yield than basic kernite. Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields fair amounts of Mexallon and Isogen. Available primarly in low and null security status and wormhole systems.
Flawed Arkonor
Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ore in the known world. Flawed Arkonor on the other hand is very rarely sought after. In fact more than a few inexperienced miners have turned red-faced when discovering their 'valuable' cargo was in fact flawed and worth only a handful of ISK ...
Flawed Gneiss
Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. Flawed Gneiss however has the same properties as fools gold, in the sense that it looks like the original but is worth almost nothing in comparison.
Flawed Jaspet
Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium. Flawed Jaspet, unfortunately, is rather harder to sell, as it is practically devoid of usable minerals and is good only for duping the unwary.
Flawless Arkonor
This extremely rare and valuable variant of arkonor ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. This moon ore produces 15% more minerals than standard arkonor when reprocessed. Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ores in the known universe. A sizable nugget of this can sweep anyone from rags to riches in no time. It has high amount of Megacyte, and also contains some Mexallon and Pyerite.
Fools Crokite
Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of nocxium for any ore in the universe. Fools Crokite on the other hand is infamous for making inexperienced miners look like fools. It closely resembles the real Crokite, while having very little usable mineral content.
Fresh Volatile Ice
Metaliminal volatile ice storms are filled with fields of ice and frozen material that may hold immense riches. All manner of novel and unique resources have been found to be trapped in the volatile ices of such fields, including items apparently lost by other travelers in space Fresh volatile ice ores are those with the most valuable icebound resources in plentiful supply and ready to be extracted. A huge bounty of rich materials are to be found in these frozen fragments, and perhaps rare salvage items also await discovery.
Friable Volatile Ice
Metaliminal volatile ice storms are filled with fields of ice and frozen material that may hold immense riches. All manner of novel and unique resources have been found to be trapped in the volatile ices of such fields, including items apparently lost by other travelers in space Friable volatile ice ores are those where the most valuable materials have been extracted, with the ice itself beginning to crumble in the glare of stellar radiation. Quick workers will still find plenty of valuable material in these frozen fragments, perhaps including unusual salvage items.
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.
Geodite
Geodite ore used to be common, but was mined heavily in the early years of interstellar industry, before the discovery of Crokite. The quality of nocxium taken from Geodite is very poor by today's refining standards, making the ore nearly worthless.
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.
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 0.4 security status solar systems or lower.
Glazed Hedbergite
Asteroids containing this shiny ore were formed in intense heat, such as might result from a supernova. The result, known as glazed hedbergite, is a more concentrated form of hedbergite that has 10% higher yield. Hedbergite is sought after for its high concentration of Pyerite and Nocxium. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Gleaming Spodumain
Once in a while Spodumain is found with crystalline veins running through it. The 10% increased value this yields puts a gleam in the eye of any miner lucky enough to find it. Spodumain is amongst the most desirable ore types around, as it contains high volumes of the most heavily demanded resource and some amounts of the more precious minerals. Huge volumes of Tritanium and moderate amounts of Isogen, Nocxium, Zydrine and Megacyte can be obtained by refining these rocks.
Glistening Bitumens
Bitumens ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glistening Bitumens and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Bitumens are very useful as they yield good quantities of Hydrocarbons used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Bitumen ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite.
Glistening Coesite
Coesite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glistening Coesite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Coesite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Silicates used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Coesite ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite.
Glistening Sylvite
Sylvite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glistening Sylvite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Sylvite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Evaporite Deposits used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Sylvite ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite.
Glistening Zeolites
Zeolites ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glistening Zeolites and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Zeolites are useful as they yield good quantities of trapped Atmospheric Gases used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Zeolites ores will also yield Mexallon and Pyerite.
Glossy Scordite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of scordite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard scordite when reprocessed. Scordite is amongst the most common ore types in the central regions of known universe. It has a fair bit of Tritanium and Pyerite. Good choice for those starting their mining careers.
Glowing Carnotite
Carnotite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glowing Carnotite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Carnotite is valuable as it yields good quantities of Technetium, a key element of many advanced materials. Carnotite ores will also yield Cobalt and Atmospheric Gases.
Glowing Cinnabar
Cinnabar ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glowing Cinnabar and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Cinnabar is valuable as it yields good quantities of Mercury, a key element of many advanced materials. Cinnabar ores will also yield Tungsten and Evaporite Deposits.
Glowing Pollucite
Pollucite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glowing Pollucite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Pollucite is valuable as it yields good quantities of Caesium, a key element of many advanced materials. Pollucite ores will also yield Scandium and Hydrocarbons.
Glowing Zircon
Zircon ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Glowing Zircon and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Zircon is valuable as it yields good quantities of Hafnium, a key element of many advanced materials. Zircon ores will also yield Titanium and Silicates.
Gneiss
Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. Available primarily in low security status and wormhole systems.
Golden Omber
Golden Omber spurred one of the largest gold rushes in the early days of space faring, when isogen was the king of minerals. The 10% extra yield it offers over common Omber was all it took to make it the most sought after ore for a few years. Omber is a common ore that is still an excellent ore for novice miners as it has a sizeable portion of Isogen, as well as some Pyerite. A few trips of mining this and a novice is quick to rise in status. Available primarily in low security status and wormhole systems.
Granitic Polycrase
Polycrase is a good source of rare earth minerals, including Titanium, particularly for those who have developed the necessary techniques to break down this radioactive ore. The Caldari State has led the way in searching for sources of titanium-bearing minerals as it uses tremendous quantities of the material in its ships. The State Military Stockpile will eagerly exploit new finds of polycrase in asteroid fields. Granitic polycrase asteroids have excellent quantities of large polycrase crystals compared to the normal deposits found on polycrase-bearing asteroids.
Green Arisite
Green Arisite is a close cousin to Gneiss, although it is much less commonly found in known space. It is not at all valuable to miners or refiners, however, since its byproducts tend to foul up refining equipment, thus requiring exorbitant maintenance costs.
Hadal Bezdnacine
Intense neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield significant amounts of Tritanium whilst also yielding smaller amounts of Isogen and Megacyte.
Hadal Rakovene
Protracted neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield significant amounts of Tritanium whilst also yielding smaller amounts of Isogen and Zydrine
Hadal Talassonite
Light neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield significant amounts of Tritanium whilst also yielding smaller amounts of Nocxium and Megacyte.
Heavy Cthonic Attar
The unstable chemical flux of minerals designated as Chromodynamic Tricarboxyls can be obtained by reprocessing the rare ore Cthonic Attar. This is obtained from unique Cthonic Attar asteroids altered by the strange gravitational and electromagnetic effects of certain deadspace pockets lying in the intermediate zones between 'shallow', stable deadspace and the truly twisted depths of Abyssal Deadspace itself. Chromodynamic Tricarboxyls may be unstable but they have many uses, including use as a catalyzing material in synaptic acceleration implants and boosters. A darker use is the refinement of the strange material into "Deathglow", a deeply mind-altering illegal booster that has recently found its way into the underground markets of New Eden.
Hedbergite
Hedbergite is sought after for its high concentration of Pyerite and Nocxium. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Hemorphite
With a large portion of Nocxium, hemorphite is always a good find. It is common enough that even novice miners can expect to run into it. Hemorphite also has some amount of Isogen. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Hiemal Tricarboxyl Condensate
Spectrographic analyses of ice asteroids of this type have indicated the presence of trace condensates of chromodynamic tricarboxyls trapped in the frozen material. Processing this ice material at an appropriate facility should yield usable quantities of chromodynamic tricarboxyls.
Immaculate Jaspet
This extremely rare and valuable variant of jaspet ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard jaspet when reprocessed. Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium.
Iridescent Gneiss
Gneiss is often the first major league ore that up and coming miners graduate to. Finding the more expensive variation of Gneiss, called Iridescent Gneiss, is a major coup for these miners due to its 5% greater mineral yield. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. Available primarily in low security status and wormhole systems.
Jaspet
Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Jet Ochre
This extremely rare and valuable variant of dark ochre ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard dark ochre when reprocessed. Considered a worthless ore for years, dark ochre was ignored by most miners until improved reprocessing techniques managed to extract the huge amount of Isogen and Mexallon inside it. Dark ochre also contains useful amounts of Nocxium.
Kangite
Kangite is rare in the extreme on planets but can be found in asteroids in sufficient quantities to commercially exploit it. As the mineral bears the highly useful scandium rare earth element, used in the manufacture of advanced materials by the Minmatar, the Republic has an obvious interest in exploiting it. Republic Fleet Ordnance operations rapidly arrive to organize the mining of any asteroid fields in their territory where kangite is located.
Kernite
Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields fair amounts of Mexallon and Isogen. Available primarly in low and null security status and wormhole systems.
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.
Lavish Chromite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Chromite, the ore is called Lavish Chromite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Chromite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Chromium, an important element of many advanced materials. Chromite ores will also yield Hydrocarbons.
Lavish Otavite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Otavite, the ore is called Lavish Otavite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Otavite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Cadmium, an important element of many advanced materials. Otavite ores will also yield Atmospheric Gases.
Lavish Sperrylite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of sperrylite, the ore is called lavish sperrylite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Sperrylite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Platinum, an important element of many advanced materials. Sperrylite ores will also yield Evaporite Deposits.
Lavish Vanadinite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Vanadinite, the ore is called Lavish Vanadinite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Vanadinite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Vanadium, an important element of many advanced materials. Vanadinite ores will also yield Silicates.
Loparite
An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Loparite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Promethium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Loparite ores will also yield Platinum, Scandium and Hydrocarbons.
Luminous Kernite
Prophets tell of the mystical nature endowed in luminous kernite. To the rest of us, it's an average looking ore that has 5% more yield than normal kernite and can make you rich if you mine it 24/7 and live to be very old. Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields fair amounts of Mexallon and Isogen. Available primarly in low and null security status and wormhole systems.
Lustrous Hedbergite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of hedbergite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard hedbergite when reprocessed. Hedbergite is sought after for its high concentration of Pyerite and Nocxium.
Lyavite
Lyavite is a relatively rare ore quite similar in some respects to Kernite. However, due to the circumstances under which this ore is formed, it is highly unstable when refined; this quality renders it worthless to all but the most desperate of miners.
Magma Mercoxit
Though it floats through the frigid depths of space, magma mercoxit's striking appearance and sheen gives it the impression of bubbling magma. If this visual treasure wasn't enticing enough, the 5% higher yield certainly attracts admirers. Mercoxit is a very dense ore that must be mined using specialized deep core mining techniques. It contains massive amounts of the extraordinary Morphite mineral. Available primarly in null security status star systems.
Massive Scordite
Massive Scordite was the stuff of legend in the early days of space exploration, due to a 10% higher mineral yield than standard scordite. Though it has long since been taken over in value by other ores it still has a special place in the hearts of veteran miners. Scordite is amongst the most common ore types in the central regions of known universe. It has a fair bit of Tritanium and Pyerite. Good choice for those starting their mining careers. Available primarily in high security status star systems.
Mercium
The rare mineral Mercium is thought to be closely related to Omber, varying slightly in chemical composition; in fact, these ores were classified as separate types only recently. However, current refining technologies have been found to do irreparable damage to Mercium ore, rendering it unusable for all practical purposes.
Mercoxit
Mercoxit is a very dense ore that must be mined using specialized deep core mining techniques. It contains massive amounts of the extraordinary Morphite mineral. Available primarly in null security status star systems.
Moissanite
Moissanite serves as an excellent alternate source of some of the key raw materials used to manufacture crystalline carbonide, the favored advanced material of Gallente shipbuilders. The Federation has a keen interest in exploiting moissanite deposits in asteroid fields and the Federal Strategic Materiel corporation will swiftly arrive with mining operations when deposits are located.
Monazite
An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Monazite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Neodymium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Monazite ores will also yield Chromium, Tungsten and Evaporite Deposits.
Monoclinic Bistot
Monoclinic bistot is a variant of bistot with a slightly different crystal structure. It is highly sought-after, as it gives a 10% higher yield than its straightforward counterpart. Bistot is a very valuable ore as it holds large portions of Zydrine and Pyerite. It also contains a decent amount of Mexallon. Available primarily in null security status and wormhole systems.
Nephrite
Obsidian Ochre
Obsidian ochre, the most valuable member of the dark ochre family, was only first discovered a decade ago. The sleek black surface of this ore managed to absorb scanning waves, making obsidian ochre asteroids almost invisible. Advances in scanning technology revealed these beauties at last. This ore's 10% higher mineral yield makes it more than worth the effort required to find it. Considered a worthless ore for years, dark ochre was ignored by most miners until improved reprocessing techniques managed to extract the huge amount of Isogen and Mexallon inside it. Dark ochre also contains useful amounts of Nocxium. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Oeryl
Very similar in composition to Dark Ochre, Oeryl has come into the spotlight only since advanced refining techniques have made Dark Ochre highly sought after for its high isogen content. While refining processes for Oeryl remain utterly ineffective, making this ore worthless to most manufacturers, scientists believe it may become equally as valuable as its Ochre counterpart given a few years of research.
Omber
Omber is a common ore that is still an excellent ore for novice miners as it has a sizeable portion of Isogen, as well as some Pyerite. A few trips of mining this and a novice is quick to rise in status. Available primarily in low security status and wormhole systems.
Onyx Ochre
Shiny black nuggets of onyx ochre look very nice and are occasionally used in ornaments. But the 5% higher mineral yield is what miners are really after. Like in all else, good looks are only an added bonus. Considered a worthless ore for years, dark ochre was ignored by most miners until improved reprocessing techniques managed to extract the huge amount of Isogen and Mexallon inside it. Dark ochre also contains useful amounts of Nocxium. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Opulent Pyroxeres
This extremely rare and valuable variant of pyroxeres ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard pyroxeres when reprocessed. Pyroxeres is a common ore available in all regions of space. It has fair amounts of Pyerite and Mexallon.
Otavite
An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Otavite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Cadmium, an important element of many advanced materials. Otavite ores will also yield Atmospheric Gases.
Pellucid Crokite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of crokite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard crokite when reprocessed. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore.
Pithix
Pithix (sometimes spelled Pythix), sister ore to Jaspet, also contains a myriad of mineral types, but is found only in asteroids of a certain age; this oddity, combined with the fact that current Pithix refining methods are quite inefficient, makes the ore little more than a minor curiosity to the scientific community as a whole.
Plagioclase
Plagioclase is not amongst the most valuable ore types around, but it contains a large amount of Tritanium and is thus always in constant demand. It also yields some Mexallon. Available primarily in high security status star systems.
Platinoid Omber
This extremely rare and valuable variant of omber ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard omber when reprocessed. Omber is a common ore that is still an excellent ore for novice miners as it has a sizeable portion of Isogen, as well as some Pyerite. A few trips of mining this and a novice is quick to rise in status.
Pollucite
A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Pollucite is valuable as it yields good quantities of Caesium, a key element of many advanced materials. Pollucite ores will also yield Scandium and Hydrocarbons.
Polycrase
Polycrase is a good source of rare earth minerals, including Titanium, particularly for those who have developed the necessary techniques to break down this radioactive ore. The Caldari State has led the way in searching for sources of titanium-bearing minerals as it uses tremendous quantities of the material in its ships. The State Military Stockpile will eagerly exploit new finds of polycrase in asteroid fields.
Polygypsum
One of the rarest and most valuable ores in the known universe, Arkonor, has a less well known cousin called Polygypsum. While the two are very similar in chemical composition, the latter is quite unstable, having a tendency to ignite when handled roughly. While posing little danger to a spacecraft, which is built to withstand tremendous heat, this property makes the ore too dangerous under any other circumstances - such as in the business of refining.
Prime Arkonor
Prime arkonor is the rarest of the rare; the king of ores. Giving a 10% greater mineral yield than regular arkonor, this is the stuff that makes billionaires out of people lucky enough to stumble upon a vein. Arkonor is one of the rarest and most sought-after ores in the known universe. A sizable nugget of this can sweep anyone from rags to riches in no time. It has high amount of Megacyte, and also contains some Mexallon and Pyerite. Available primarily in null security status and wormhole systems.
Prismatic Gneiss
Prismatic Gneiss has a fracturized molecule-structure, which explains its unique appearance. It is the most sought after member of the Gneiss family, as it yields 10% more than common Gneiss. Gneiss is a popular ore type because it holds significant volumes of three heavily used minerals, increasing its utility value. It has quite a bit of Mexallon as well as some Pyerite and Isogen. Available primarily in low security status and wormhole systems.
Pristine Jaspet
Pristine Jaspet is very rare, which is not so surprising when one considers that it is formed when asteroids collide with comets or ice moons. It has 10% better yield than normal Jaspet. Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
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.
Pure Jaspet
Pure Jaspet is popular amongst corporate miners who are looking for various minerals for manufacturing, rather than mining purely for profit. Pure Jaspet contains fewer waste compounds than most asteroids, allows for approximately 5% better mineral yield from the same volume of ore. Jaspet has two valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Pyroxeres
Pyroxeres is a common ore available in all regions of space. It has fair amounts of Pyerite and Mexallon. Available in all known space and wormhole systems.
Radiant Hemorphite
Hemorphite exists in many different color variations. Interestingly, the more colorful it becomes, the better yield it has. Radiant hemorphite has 10% better yield than its more bland brother. With a large portion of Nocxium, hemorphite is always a good find. It is common enough that even novice miners can expect to run into it. Hemorphite also has some amount of Isogen. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Rakovene
Protracted neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield huge amounts of Tritanium and Isogen whilst also yielding high amount of Zydrine.
Raspite
A useful source of tungsten often found in asteroid fields that have been commercially developed by the Amarr Empire. The necessary processes to efficiently extract useful quantities of high quality tungsten from this ore have been perfected by the Amarr, and the Imperial War Reserves are always interested in exploiting newly surveyed fields where raspite is in abundance.
Replete Carnotite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Carnotite, the ore is called Replete Carnotite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Carnotite is valuable as it yields good quantities of Technetium, a key element of many advanced materials. Carnotite ores will also yield Cobalt and Atmospheric Gases.
Replete Cinnabar
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Cinnabar, the ore is called Replete Cinnabar and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Cinnabar is valuable as it yields good quantities of Mercury, a key element of many advanced materials. Cinnabar ores will also yield Tungsten and Evaporite Deposits.
Replete Pollucite
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Pollucite, the ore is called Replete Pollucite and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Pollucite is valuable as it yields good quantities of Caesium, a key element of many advanced materials. Pollucite ores will also yield Scandium and Hydrocarbons.
Replete Zircon
When chunks of ore mined out of moons yield above-average densities of Zircon, the ore is called Replete Zircon and reprocessing returns approximately 15% higher quantities of useful material. A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Zircon is valuable as it yields good quantities of Hafnium, a key element of many advanced materials. Zircon ores will also yield Titanium and Silicates.
Resplendant Kernite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of kernite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard kernite when reprocessed. Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields fair amounts of Mexallon and Isogen.
Rich Plagioclase
With rich plagioclase, having 10% better yield than the normal one, miners can finally regard plagioclase as a mineral that provides a noteworthy profit. Plagioclase is not amongst the most valuable ore types around, but it contains a large amount of Tritanium and is thus always in constant demand. It also yields some Mexallon. Available primarily in high security status star systems.
Scheelite
A common ore commercially mined from moons, Scheelite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Tungsten, a significant element of many advanced materials.
Scintillating Hemorphite
This extremely rare and valuable variant of hemorphite ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard hemorphite when reprocessed. With a large portion of Nocxium, hemorphite is always a good find. It is common enough that even novice miners can expect to run into it. Hemorphite also has some amount of Isogen.
Scordite
Scordite is amongst the most common ore types in the central regions of known universe. It has a fair bit of Tritanium and Pyerite. Good choice for those starting their mining careers. Available primarily in high security status star systems.
Sharp Crokite
In certain belts, environmental conditions will carve sharp, jagged edges into crokite rocks, resulting in the formation of sharp crokite. The increased density of these formations leads to a 5% greater mineral yield than standard crokite. Crokite is a very heavy ore that is always in high demand because it has the largest ratio of Nocxium and Mexallon for any ore in the known universe. Valuable deposits of Pyerite can also be found within this rare ore. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Shimmering Chromite
Chromite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shimmering Chromite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Chromite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Chromium, an important element of many advanced materials. Chromite ores will also yield Hydrocarbons.
Shimmering Otavite
Otavite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called shimmering otavite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Otavite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Cadmium, an important element of many advanced materials. Otavite ores will also yield Atmospheric Gases.
Shimmering Sperrylite
Sperrylite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shimmering Sperrylite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Sperrylite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Platinum, an important element of many advanced materials. Sperrylite ores will also yield Evaporite Deposits.
Shimmering Vanadinite
Vanadinite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shimmering Vanadinite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Vanadinite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Vanadium, an important element of many advanced materials. Vanadinite ores will also yield Silicates.
Shining Loparite
Loparite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shining Loparite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Loparite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Promethium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Loparite ores will also yield Platinum, Scandium and Hydrocarbons.
Shining Monazite
Monazite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shining Monazite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Monazite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Neodymium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Monazite ores will also yield Chromium, Tungsten and Evaporite Deposits.
Shining Xenotime
Xenotime ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shining Xenotime and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Xenotime is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Dysprosium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Xenotime ores will also yield Vanadium, Cobalt and Atmospheric Gases.
Shining Ytterbite
Ytterbite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Shining Ytterbite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Ytterbite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Thulium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Ytterbite ores will also yield Cadmium, Titanium and Silicates.
Silvery Omber
Silvery Omber was first discovered some fifty years ago in an asteroid belt close to a large moon. The luminescence from the moon made this uncommon cousin of normal Omber seem silvery in appearance, hence the name. It is still considered a lucky find by miners across New Eden due to a roughly 5% improved mineral yield compared to standard omber. Omber is a common ore that is still an excellent ore for novice miners as it has a sizeable portion of Isogen, as well as some Pyerite. A few trips of mining this and a novice is quick to rise in status. Available primarily in low security status and wormhole systems.
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.
Solid Pyroxeres
Solid Pyroxeres, sometimes called the Flame of Dam'Torsad, is a relative of normal Pyroxeres. The Flame has 5% higher yield than its more common cousin. Pyroxeres is a common ore available in all regions of space. It has fair amounts of Pyerite and Mexallon. Available in all known space and wormhole systems.
Sparkling Plagioclase
This extremely rare and valuable variant of plagioclase ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard plagioclase when reprocessed. Plagioclase is not amongst the most valuable ore types around, but it contains a large amount of Tritanium and is thus always in constant demand. It also yields some Mexallon.
Sperrylite
An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Sperrylite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Platinum, an important element of many advanced materials. Sperrylite ores will also yield Evaporite Deposits.
Spodumain
Spodumain is amongst the most desirable ore types around, as it contains high volumes of the most heavily demanded resource and some amounts of the more precious minerals. Huge volumes of Tritanium and moderate amounts of Isogen, Nocxium, Zydrine and Megacyte can be obtained by refining these rocks.
Stable Veldspar
This extremely rare and valuable variant of veldspar ore was recently discovered by ORE engineers during early field tests of new moon mining technology. Subsequent testing has confirmed that this ore produces 15% more minerals than standard veldspar when reprocessed. Veldspar is the most common ore type in the central regions of known universe. It is still in constant demand as it holds a large portion of the much-used Tritanium mineral.
Sylvite
A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Sylvite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Evaporite Deposits used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Sylvite ores will also yield Pyerite and Mexallon .
Talassonite
Light neutron deposition from the chaotic radiations observed near Abyssal Conduits have morphed the mineralogical composition of this Asteroid type, suspected to be formerly of the Scordite family. Reprocessing it will yield huge amounts of Tritanium and Nocxium whilst also yielding smaller amount of Megacyte.
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.
Titanite
A common ore commercially mined from moons, Titanite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Titanium, a significant element of many advanced materials.
Triclinic Bistot
Bistot with a triclinic crystal system occurs very rarely under natural conditions, but is highly popular with miners due to its extra-high concentrations of minerals. The yield from triclinic bistot is approximately 5% higher than from equivalent volumes of standard bistot. Bistot is a very valuable ore as it holds large portions of Zydrine and Pyerite. It also contains a decent amount of Mexallon. Available primarily in null security status and wormhole systems.
Twinkling Cobaltite
Cobaltite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Twinkling Cobaltite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Cobaltite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Cobalt, a significant element of many advanced materials.
Twinkling Euxenite
Euxenite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Twinkling Euxenite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Euxenite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Scandium, a significant element of many advanced materials.
Twinkling Scheelite
Scheelite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Twinkling Scheelite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Scheelite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Tungsten, a significant element of many advanced materials.
Twinkling Titanite
Titanite ores carved out of moons can occasionally yield very high densities of the valuable minerals. When this happens the ore is called Twinkling Titanite and reprocessing such ores will yield twice the normal volume of useful material. This material was often used to manufacture high-status weapons in ancient times. A common ore commercially mined from moons, Titanite is very useful as it yields good quantities of Titanium, a significant element of many advanced materials.
Vanadinite
An uncommon ore commercially mined from moons, Vanadinite is quite valuable as it yields good quantities of Vanadium, an important element of many advanced materials. Vanadinite ores will also yield Silicates.
Veldspar
Veldspar is the most common ore type in the central regions of known universe. It is still in constant demand as it holds a large portion of the much-used Tritanium mineral. Available primarily in high security status star systems.
Viscous Pyroxeres
Viscous Pyroxeres is the secret behind the success of ORE in the early days. ORE has since then moved into more profitable minerals, but Viscous Pyroxeres and its 10% higher mineral yield still holds a special place in the hearts of all miners dreaming of becoming the next mining moguls of EVE. Pyroxeres is a common ore available in all regions of space. It has fair amounts of Pyerite and Mexallon. Available in all known space and wormhole systems.
Vitreous Mercoxit
Vitreous mercoxit gleams in the dark, like a siren of myth. Found only in rare clusters in space vitreous mercoxit is very rare, but very valuable, due to its much higher 10% yield. Mercoxit is a very dense ore that must be mined using specialized deep core mining techniques. It contains massive amounts of the extraordinary Morphite mineral. Available primarly in null security status star systems.
Vitric Hedbergite
When asteroids containing hedbergite pass close to suns or other sources of intense heat can cause the hedbergite to glassify. The result is called vitric hedbergite and has 5% better yield than normal hedbergite. Hedbergite is sought after for its high concentration of Pyerite and Nocxium. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
Vivid Hemorphite
Hemorphite exists in many different color variations. Interestingly, the more colorful it becomes, the better yield it has. Vivid hemorphite has 5% better yield than its more bland brother. With a large portion of Nocxium, hemorphite is always a good find. It is common enough that even novice miners can expect to run into it. Hemorphite also has some amount of Isogen. Available primarily in low security status star systems.
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.
Xenotime
An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Xenotime is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Dysprosium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Xenotime ores will also yield Vanadium, Cobalt and Atmospheric Gases.
Ytterbite
An exceptional ore commercially mined from moons, Ytterbite is highly valuable as it yields good quantities of Thulium, a vital element of many advanced materials. Ytterbite ores will also yield Cadmium, Titanium and Silicates.
Zeolites
A ubiquitous ore commercially mined from moons, Zeolites are useful as they yield good quantities of trapped Atmospheric Gases used as basic elements of some advanced materials. Zeolites ores will also yield Pyerite and Mexallon .
Zircon
A rare ore commercially mined from moons, Zircon is valuable as it yields good quantities of Hafnium, a key element of many advanced materials. Zircon ores will also yield Titanium and Silicates.
Zuthrine
Zuthrine is one of the most dense ores in known space, a close relative of Mercoxit, it also contains enormous amounts of Morphite. It is found only in the very core of asteriods it requires specialized deep core mining techniques to extract.