Manufacture & Research
Raw Moon Materials
All Raw Moon Materials
Pure elements and other raw materials from nature.
Nitrogen, oxygen, neon, helium, xenon, methane, nitrous oxide, ozone - a host of trapped vapours that can be used to catalyze numerous chemical processes.
A soft, malleable metal often occuring with zinc ores. Has a wide variety of applications; used in electroplating, superconductors, and as an alloy in various types of structure and equipment.
A golden Alkali metal used primarily in propulsion systems. Also performs a variety of catalytic functions in the nuclear and photoelectric arenas.
A steel-gray, lustrous metal with a wide variety of applications. Commonly used as a catalyst for chemical processes.
A silvery ferromagnetic element, used among other things in superalloys, magnetics, battery electrodes, and various metals and steels.
A relatively rare soft metal, easily dissolvable in mineral acids. Used primarily in the production of laser materials.
Deposits formed by the precipitation of mineral-rich water. Usable for many purposes, mostly as building-block components for more complex materials.
A silvery, corrosion-resistant metal used in various metal alloys and, to a lesser extent, in hybrid weapons systems.
Raw fossil fuels such as petroleum and mineral oil. Hydrocarbons are crucial building blocks in the production of organic chemicals, plastics and waxes, and are thus one of the most useful materials harvestable from any source.
Also known as quicksilver, mercury is a silvery liquid metal whose primary characteristic is the ease with which it forms amalgamatic alloys with other metals. It is therefore extremely useful as a base-block component.
A rare, silvery metal. Due to its atmospheric reactiveness, Neodymium is used primarily for light-refractive purposes and as a colorant for other materials.
A corrosion-resistant precious metal with an extremely wide range of applications. Often used as a chemical catalyst.
An extremely radioactive luminescent metal, sometimes used as a heating component and a building block for laser generators.
A transition element harnessed from rare minerals, Scandium commonly sees use as a component of high-intensity light fixtures for deep-space environments, as well as being a strong building block in many deep-space structures and spacecraft due to its extremely high melting point.
Various types of silicon-based and oxygen-based rock formations.
A silvery metal, primarily used as a corrosion inhibitor and a superconductor.
A soft, rare, silvery-gray metal. Used in the creation of lasers, in addition to possessing a range of radiation-related production applications.
An extremely fatigue-resistant yet light-weight metallic element, useful as a refractory metal and employable in a wide variety of potential scenarios. One of the primary building blocks of a whole host of materials.
One of the hardest metals in existence. Able to form extremely durable alloys with various other elements, and very useful in a number of deep-space scenarios.
A soft, white metal with a wide-ranging arsenal of applications both nuclear and structural. Also a versatile catalyst in compound form.