What are LIGHT Sources?

Research special LIGHT Sources to generate them in your spaceship. Whenever you collect a LIGHT Source LIGHT gets created. Start gathering LIGHT with small Sources and grow to the biggest objects in space!

Research Certificates

Generate a LIGHT Source a certain number to unlock precious Research Certificates! Each certificate gives you access to new research possibilities.

01 Dark

Dark Certificate

Unlocks access to advanced research possibilities.

02 Dim

Dim Certificate

Gives you a good SPARKS reward.

03 Flickering

Flickering Certificate

Unlocks access to luminous flux research.

04 Unstable

Unstable Certificate

Unlocks access to luminous exposure research.

05 Stable

Stable Certificate

Gives you a good PEARLS reward.

06 Shining

Shining Certificate

Unlocks access to illuminance reseach.

07 Sunlight

Sunlight Certificate

Unlocks access to luminous efficacy research.

08 Star

Starlight Certificate

Unlocks access to luminance research.

09 Holy

Holy Certificate

Gives you access to a special glow spot on this source.

10 Infinite

Infinite Certificate

Gives you a huge PEARLS reward.

Source Stability

The main goal for your LIGHT Source research is a stable source! You can achieve that by upgrade various physical properties of this source.

Luminous Intensity

Luminous Intensity

in candela ( = lumen per steradian)

Luminous Flux

Luminonus Flux

in lumen ( = candela steradians)

Luminous Exposure

Luminous Exposure

in lux seconds

Illuminance

Illuminance

in lux ( = lumen per square metre)

Luminous Efficiency

Luminous Efficacy

in lumen per watt

LumiCenter

Luminance

in candela per square metre

Full Source List

Yocto Cores

#1 LIGHT Core

< 1 yoctometre

0_LIGHT core

LIGHT Core

1_Glowing Fragment

Glowing Fragment

Quantum

#2 Quantum

< 1.5 femtometre

0_String

String

1_Quantum foam

Quantum Foam

2_Neutrino

Neutrino

3_Higgs boson

Higgs Boson

4_Photon

Photon

5_Quark

Quark

6_Electron

Electron

7_Neutron

Neutron

8_Proton

Proton

Nano

#3 Nano

< 5 picometre

0_Positron

Positron

1_Nuclues

Nuclues

2_Gamma Ray

Gamma Ray

3_Plasma

Plasma

4_Ion Beam

Ion Beam

5_Isotope

Isotope

6_X-Ray

X-Ray

Atoms

#4 Atoms

< 31 picometre

0_Atom

Atom

1_Hydrogen

Hydrogen

2_Carbon

Carbon

3_Nitrogen

Nitrogen

4_Oxygen

Oxygen

5_Magnesium

Magnesium

6_Phosphorus

Phosphorus

7_Sulfur

Sulfur

8_Chlorine

Chlorine

Noble Gases

#5 Noble Gases

< 152 picometre

0_Helium

Helium

1_Neon

Neon

2_Argon

Argon

3_Krypton

Krypton

4_Xenon

Xenon

5_Radon

Radon

6_Oganesson

Oganesson

Molecules

#6 Molecules

< 350 picometre

1_Molecule

Molecules

2_Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide

3_Carbon Dioxide

Carbon Dioxide

4_Water Molecule

Water Molecule

5_Glucose

Glucose

6_Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous Oxide

7_Methan Gas

Methan Gas

8_Polyethylen

Polyethylen

Ionic Compounds

#7 Ionic Compounds

< 400 picometre

0_Hydroxide ion

Hydroxide Ion

1_Oxonium ion

Oxonium Ion

2_Iron (III) - oxide

Iron (III) - Oxide

3_Pyrite

Pyrite

4_Sodium Chloride

Sodium Chloride

5_Calcium Sulfate

Calcium Sulfate

00 08 Acids and Bases

#8 Acids and Bases

< 520 picometre

01 Carbonic Acid

Carbonic Acid

02 Hydrochloric Acid

Hydrochloric Acid

03 Sulfric Acid

Sulfric Acid

04 Ammonia

Ammonia

05 Nitric Acid

Nitric Acid

06 Sodium Hydroxide Solution

Sodium Hydroxide Solution

07 Phosphoric Acid

Phosphoric Acid

08 Formic Acid

Formic Acid

09 Acetic Acid

Acetic Acid