Jaspet

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 three valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of mexallon plus some nocxium and zydrine. This ore is a compressed and much more dense version of the original ore.
Compressed Jaspet
Jaspet has three valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of mexallon plus some nocxium and zydrine. This ore is a compressed and much more dense version of the original ore.
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 three valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of mexallon plus some nocxium and zydrine. This ore is a compressed and much more dense version of the original ore.
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 three valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of mexallon plus some nocxium and zydrine. This ore is a compressed and much more dense version of the original ore.
Flawed Jaspet
Jaspet has three valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of mexallon plus some nocxium and zydrine. Flawed Jaspet, unfortunately, is rather harder to sell, as it is practically devoid of usable minerals and is good only for duping the unwary.
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 three valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of Mexallon plus some Nocxium and Zydrine. Available primarily through moon mining.
Jaspet
Jaspet has three valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of mexallon plus some nocxium and zydrine. Available primarily in 0.4 security status solar systems or lower.
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.
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 three valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of mexallon plus some nocxium and zydrine. Available primarily in 0.4 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 three valuable mineral types, making it easy to sell. It has a large portion of mexallon plus some nocxium and zydrine. Available primarily in 0.4 security status solar systems or lower.