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Lower core

Deep Space 9's lower core

The lower core was a section of Deep Space 9 and other Nor-class space stations. The lower core was situated at the bottom of central core section and at it's widest point 184.46m in diameter. The lower was effectively the engineering section of the station, the bottom section of it being taken up with the fusion core the station's power plant, which housed six fusion reactors and could be detached in emergency situations. (DS9 reference: Technical Manual; DS9 novels: Avatar, Book One, Avatar, Book Two)

In the initial assembly of Terok Nor the lower core was the first section to begin construction following assembly of mid core, the lower core's fusion core was then added once the upper core had begun construction. Like the rest of the central core sections the lower core's structure was composed of 31% kelindide, 65% rodinium and 4% toranium dicorferite, all of which was sourced from Bajor. (DS9 reference: Technical Manual)

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Deep Space 9 sections, facilities and establishments (original station)
sections central core (upper coremid-corelower core - fusion core) • habitat ringdocking ringdocking pyloncrossover bridgedefense sail Ufp-emblem BajoranEmblem Starfleet Command logo DS9 insignia
facilities amphitheatre (01-005) • assay officeBajoran Consulate (01-501) • Bajoran Customs Office (01-484) • Bajoran templeCargo Loading and Transfer (01-106) • chief engineer's office (01-409) • dockmaster's office (01-843) • Federation Consulate (02-375) • geological assay office (02-487) • Klingon Consulate (02-620) • Import Protocol Office (02-583) • infirmary (02-682) • lodging and accommodations (02-294) • Medical Doperations centerpromenaderunabout padschoolroom (03-855) • spacecraft resupply (02-992) • security officestation commander's officestation operations (03-658) • station security (03-582) • subspace communications (03-584) • Tourism OfficeVulcan Embassy (03-589) • wardroom
establishments Andorian Fast Food (01-754) • Bal CabarinBanzai Institute (01-088) • Berman's Dilithium Supply (01-034) • bowling alley (01-854) • Cavor's Gravity Devices (01-332) • Curry's Martial Arts Training (01-112) • Del Floria's Tailor Shop (01-383) • Diet Smith Corporation (01-892) • Diva Droid Corporation (01-874) • Forbin Project (02-874) • Fredrickson's Squid Vendor (02-587) • Garak's Clothiers (02-485) • Gocke's House of Mirrors (02-875) • Jacobson's Used Photons (02-754) • Jupiter Mining Corporation (02-842) • Milliways (02-984) • Pancho's Happy Bottom Riding Club (02-111) • Quark's (02-854) • ReplimatReplimat Café (02-395) • Richarz' Accessories (02-734) • Rush Dilithium Crystals (02-742) • Sirius Cybernetics Corporation (02-643) • Spacely Sprockets (02-023) • Tom Servo's Used Robots (03-585) • Vince's GymYoyodyne Propulsion Systems (03-853) • Chez Zimmerman (03-841) • Celestial CaféGalactic AdventuresGalactic PetsGames BazaarGarak's ClothiersGreengrocersKalaw's Klingon KitchenKlingon restaurantMultiplexSpican JewelersStarlight LoungeT'Pril'sWaverly's Wonderful World of Duotronics
Deep Space 9 facilities and establishments (second station)
facilities HubMemorial DeckNanietta Bacco ParkObservation GalleryPlazaSector GeneralStockade complex
establishments Alidosa's Fine ArtBella's ConfectionsCafé ParisienneQuark'sReplimatSports & Recreation Reservation OfficeStarlight Gems & JewelryVestel's Deep Space Night ClubWorlds Apart

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