Icosahedron Station (Oolite)
|Size (metres, W×H×L)||1000 x 1000 x 1000|
|Energy recharge rate||100|
|OXP or standard||Standard|
The Icosahedral station, or ‘Ico’, was introduced in 3137 as part of the GalCop galaxy wide upgrade. GASEC was again offered a contract to design the new prototype. The original design again offered some innovations over the DODO. It was now possible to park more ships in less space due to more efficient storage systems. So while externally ICO stations are about the same size of Coriolis and DODO stations it can store larger quantities of cargo and ships, planets often needed just one in orbit.
The Icosahedron stations landing dock size is the standard; 192m x 64m x 250m (WxHxL)
See analysis of different stations here: P.A. Groove Stations backgrounds.