The Structure Browser contains information about what structures and stations are accessible and what services they offer.
The structure browser is in the NeoCom or by setting a shortcut in the ESC menu
All players can see the "All Structures" tab and this will show all structures which they have docking access to and the services available within them. From here players can search for specific types of structures or specific services.
Only players with the roles of Station Manager, Director, or CEO will see the "My Structures" tab.
The My Structures tab is where members of the corporation with the correct roles can see what profiles they have and to which structures they are assigned. The "My Structures" tab is also where the different access rights, tax rates, and ISK fees can be set. The "My Structures" tab will also show how much fuel the structures have remaining and what state of vulnerability they are currently in.
Structures such as Citadels do not consume fuel, but the Service Modules that are installed in them do. There is an initial onlining cost of 3 days worth of fuel which is taken from the fuel bay when a Service is onlined. There is an additional running cost which will take fuel from the Fuel Bay every hour that the Service is online.
Different Services use different amounts of fuel, and the details are shown on each Service Module.
Structures like the Citadel offer a bonus to the amount of fuel used by Citadel specific service modules.
Structures will accept any of the 4 currently available fuel blocks:
- Helium Fuel Block
- Oxygen Fuel Block
- Nitrogen Fuel Block
- Hydrogen Fuel Block
Once the anchoring process of a structure is complete, a Quantum Core must be inserted into the structure before it can be brought online.
These cores are sold by NPC corporations and each structure has a corresponding core.
|Structure||Required Core||Value (ISK)||Core Volume|
|Astrahus||Astrahus Upwell Quantum Core||600,000,000||500 m3|
|Athanor||Athanor Upwell Quantum Core||700,000,000||500 m3|
|Raitaru||Raitaru Upwell Quantum Core||800,000,000||500 m3|
|Fortizar||Fortizar Upwell Quantum Core||4,000,000,000||50,000 m3|
|Tatara||Tatara Upwell Quantum Core||3,500,000,000||50,000 m3|
|Azbel||Azbel Upwell Quantum Core||3,000,000,000||50,000 m3|
|Keepstar||Keepstar Upwell Quantum Core||30,000,000,000||95,000 m3|
|Sotiyo||Sotiyo Upwell Quantum Core||10,000,000,000||95,000 m3|
Once a core is inserted into an anchored structure it can be brought online.
Cores will always drop from destroyed structures that had them installed. Likewise, when a structure is decommissioned (unanchored) the Quantum Core will be moved into a container in space.
More information about installing a Quantum Core, as well as anchoring structures, can be found here: Upwell Structure Deployment and Unanchoring
Structure Power State
Structures can be in two different power states, depending on if they have any service modules online.
If a structure has at least one service module online, it is considered to be in "Full Power" mode and will undergo an additional reinforcement cycle should it come under attack. If no service modules are installed or online, the structure will be considered to be at "low power" and will be considerably easier to destroy. A structure in low power mode will be indicated in the structure browser with the following symbol:
More details on structure vulnerability can be found within the article Upwell Structures Vulnerability States.