By the end of 2018, the Hellion station will have two buildings.
The first building is a construction hub and the second is a new facility that will be used to store, package and ship water and other supplies.
The station will be staffed by engineers and will feature two new modules, the Power & Cool Module (PCM) and the Thermal Generator Module (TGM).
The TGM will be a small modular building that can be built and assembled to provide cooling to the station.
It will be constructed on the upper level of the station and can be equipped with heaters and heat pumps.
The TGM is also a modular module that can also be stacked on top of each other to provide extra cooling.
The Power & Control Module (P&C) will be another new module, which is used to control the station’s electrical and mechanical systems.
The P&C will be equipped on the station with two additional modules, a Thermocouple Module and a Pressure Sensor Module.
The Thermoconnect module, in particular, will be built to provide the station a low-voltage, high-current connection.
This will allow the station to function without any external power source.
It can be configured to automatically turn on and off to supply power to the rest of the system, or can be set to continuously run on AC or DC power.
The module will also feature a battery pack that can power a battery, as well as an external power supply, if it is needed.
The Water Generator Module will be an optional module, designed to provide a large-capacity water storage tank.
It’s equipped with an electrical and hydraulic pump, and can also hold a number of other items.
The pump will be connected to the Water Generator module, and a large tank of water can be attached to the bottom of the Water Module, to help store it and distribute it to other stations in the facility.
The Thermal Generator will be powered by two separate modules, which are connected to a thermostat and a liquid oxygen tank.
Both of these modules are powered by a single internal power source, and each will be able to draw up to 12A.
The Thermal Generator can be installed at the front of the facility to help reduce the thermal strain on the existing equipment and equipment around it.