Space Hub 154, mostly called Omega-Station, is home of the newly formed Omega-Command. Omega-Command will be responsible for fleet tactics and fleet logistics around Omega Sector and the outer territories of human space.
Omega sector became very interessting for earth, after recon missions found asteroid fields and planetary systems rich of ressources in Omega and the sourrounding areas.
The sector is also a waypoint for further expansion and possible colonisation efforts.
Omega-Station therefor will serve as an outpost for both, military and civil aspects. Yet, most civil moduls of the complex are still in a phase of planing and will be constructed in the coming years.
The most distinctive part of the station at the moment is the main docking area. It is abled to repair and service capital ships up to the size of Auriga-Class carriers. Building of these ships would be possible too, but at the moment the effort to take all the raw materials needed to construct capital ships to Omega-Station is too high. Also it woul block the docking area for a long time.
Omega station will be also home of the local government, lead by a director and his staff. The director is also commander of the station, supported by a millitary officer, who makes the second in command and is leader of the omega-command.
Live will mostly take place in the two upper towers, which are the heart of the station.
The Janeway type transport is a small ship used by Earth force an civillians alike. It is cheap and easy to build. If a transporter should be lost it can be easily replaced in almost no time - just as if it was never gone...
Docking terminals with starliners. If you choose to visit the station you might land here
Starliner above Omega-Station
Main docking area
View at the docking connectors for capital ships
Upper section of the station with the two massive towers. The main control center, living areas and public areas are located here.
Main antenna array
Service tower (with tanks on the outside). Main power plant and service areas are located in this section.
i LOVE space stations and this one is sweet! i don't think i see them often enough either to be honest -- maybe a micro-scale ship size needs to be determined before a station could possibly be theorized. boy i sure do wish LEGO's could float though. *only* LEGO's...