They can only be obtained by mining them from icy Planetary Ring Systems. Market demand is typically very low, as they are extremely expensive because of their rarity.
Where can I find low-temperature diamonds EDDB?
I use EDDB to locate them https://eddb.io/body enter Pristine into ‘System Reserve’ and Icy into ‘Ring type’ and you will get a list of them. Travel to whichever system you choose and using your new probes fire them into the ring. You will then be able to see any LTD ‘hot spots’ in the ring and then fly and mine them.
Can you laser mine low-temperature diamonds?
By forming a wing and laser mining either Painite or Low-Temperature Diamonds when using a large-class ship, such as the Type-9 or Imperial Cutter you can earn a rather substantial 240M credits per hour when you include the 5% you’ll earn as each of your wingmates sells their cargo.
Do you need a refinery for low temperature diamonds?
You need a refinery. Also sometimes a fragment is a whole diamond. Sometimes its part of one and you need more fragments.
Why can’t I find low temperature diamonds?
Low Temperature Diamonds are a Mineral Commodity. They can only be obtained by mining them from icy Planetary Ring Systems.
What are void opals?
Void opals are a mineraloid prized by various cultures. Their lack of reflectivity means that they seem almost to absorb light, hence their name. In-Game Description. Void Opals are a rare Mineral Commodity that can be mined from Hotspots in icy Planetary Ring Systems.
How do you mine for void Opal?
Head to a void opal hotspot. Upon arrival, use your PWA and prospectors to find bright, orange and red asteroids. Use the missiles to hit asteroid fissures on asteroids with void opals. Deploy collection limpets and use blasters to remove surface deposits.
Where can I mine in Ed?
Locations. Mining is currently possible at asteroid belts or planetary rings (including icy as of 2.1/1.6), although it is the most profitable in a Pristine Metallic area. They can be targeted and flown to in supercruise, just like any destination within a system.