B03 Moonbase
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BY JASEMAN
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At the early stages of colonisation, one or more of these standard moonbase modules are deployed to site. Each module can be adapted and fitted out with beds, tables or computer consoles, or they can be unpopulated and used as storage units.

The back wall features four windows, and the roof has four skylights. The roof also contains a large communication dish which can be rotated and angled in order to send updates and requests back to headquarters or to relay information to other settlements or fleets. The interior is well lit and there are 8 roof-level voice-activated computer monitors that can be configured to display a range of information from nearby remote survey units. At either side of the module there are wall mounted tools and equipment.

On the outer edges of the module are interface ports for connecting additional oxygen tanks and battery recharging equipment or solar arrays.

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