Mars Base - Science Department

Science Annex | Engineering | Medical | Security Complex | Intel Floor | Pilot Complex | Offbase Faclities



Nuclear Physics (with Particle Accelerator), Storage Bay 1-4, Cryogenics

Ground floor

General Purpose Labs 1- 10 and associated offices, Annex generator- Detached building, Ground floor reception
Science department maintenance facilities, Arboretum- Separate facility

Second Floor

Stellar Cartography, Geology, Immunology, Planetary Mapping, Xenobiology, Labs 11- 15, Lab Offices

Third Floor

Auditorium (325 seat capacity), Astrophysics, High Energy Particle Physics, Microparticle research, Lab offices

Forth Floor

Senior Officers quarters, Exercise Rooms, Gymnasium

Fifth Floor

Administrative offices, CSRD Office #2, CSO Office #4, Holodecks 1-3 and Holosuites 1-5

"Mars?" Keira said... "Starfleet wouldn't have accomplished anything without the Engineers, Technicians and Operations that put it all together. Rebuilding Utopia Planitia, a base on Mars itself, refitting an old Akira Class, the Mystique, an Oddyssy Class, the Republic and building two top of the line ships, the Illuminar and the Exeter, all thanks to the Engineers."- Excerpt from an Interview with Lt. Cmdr. Keira Merek 2O/CEO, USS Exeter. Stardate: 2446.01.29

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