Hello, once again. The UNF has been, over the past nine months been working on a large scale project alongside several other smaller endeavors that have been announced in the past, and it has come time for us to step forward and unveil our current ongoing primary project. A long-term Terraforming and Arcology construction initiative on the uninhabited Storm class world of Eugales VI, currently designated Shine Ekhlel by UNF construction and assembly crews, a phrase meaning ‘New Beginnings.’
Over the past six months since entering active phase, crews on the surface have been slowly working on foundations for Arcology and Terraforming centers across the surface in various locations. This was hampered for a time by material shortages caused by the brief conflict in the system between the UNF and the forces of CRIME NET et al, but has since resumed in full force, with a recent large commitment of industrial materials to the world helping to bolster the project back toward its original timeline.
The project itself will use atmospheric processing and other techniques and equipment based on prototype designs from the now defunct Walkai Terraforming Industries, as well as other sources, with the hope of eventually bring the massive world storm shrouding the planet to a tamer, more hospitable disposition over the next several years.
The primary Arcology and Terraforming Center, Masariin Gazar, started at the beginning of this project’s active phase, is beginning to near completion in a relatively shielded rift valley near the planet’s equator, adjacent to a handful of prefabricated command centers and space port structures which have been the primary receiving points for the materials being distributed across the world. It currently stands as the most complete Arcology Center on the planet, with others still in early construction or foundation laying.
Once the primary arcology reaches full completion, it will be opened to civilian habitation and capsuleer access, along with further major and minor arcologies eventually being opened in similar manner as they are completed.
The UNF would like to thank those who have, up to this point, supported the project in its early phase, from Sapphire Interstellar Capital Holdings, Shield Wall Technologies and Logistics Ltd, and others, who at this time wish to remain unnamed.
Further information will be released at a later date.
Thank you all for your time.