Deuterium

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Deuterium
Deuterium
Type High Energy Substance
Total Value 34.0 Units.png
Symbol D
Release NEXT

Deuterium is a resource.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Deuterium (D) is a resource.

There are blue plants scattered accross planetary surfaces that are described as "Deuterium-rich plants". However, interacting with these plants does not grant the player the Deuterium resource (it is unkown if this is on purpose or if it's a bug). Instead, the plant gives a short-term boost to the player's jetpack when interacted with. This can help the player travel greater distances using the "jetpack + melee" combo.

Because of this, the element Deuterium, which is required for some craftable items, has to be obtained from alternative means (see below).

Game description[edit | edit source]

A stable hydrogen isotope used heavily in both small-scale fusion reactors and neutron-scattering shield technology.

Deuterium very rarely occurs naturally. Most of the galaxy's supply comes from the processing of Di-hydrogen in Refiners.

Sources[edit | edit source]

Deuterium can be obtained in a variety of ways:

  • purchased from terminals or NPCs
  • harvested from some plants in outposts
  • refining process
  • dismantling Deuterium-based technology

Refining[edit | edit source]

This operation requires a medium or large refiner.

Deuterium can be refined using a Refiner with the following (combinations of) resources:


Deuterium is used as a blueprint ingredient when crafting the following products:

    Crafting[edit | edit source]

    Items that contain Deuterium as a crafting ingredient:

    Additional information[edit | edit source]

    • The game description can be misleading, as it specifically does not mention that the refinement process requires additional resource (Tritium), beside Di-hydrogen.

    Release history[edit | edit source]

    • NEXT - this item was added as a resource.

    Gallery[edit | edit source]