All Omber

Sub-types of omber ore.

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 ore is a compressed and much more dense version of the original ore.
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 ore is a compressed and much more dense version of the original ore.
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 ore is a compressed and much more dense version of the original ore.
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 ore is a compressed and much more dense version of the original ore.
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.
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.
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.
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.