Level 01 - Externally Visible
Level 01 of Ulysses Station is one of two levels of the facility that can be seen externally. This level of the facility is home to the Operations Center, rooms that have been converted for use by command staff as offices and briefing rooms and also the upper level of the large internal Docking Bay.
Level 02 of Ulysses Station is the second level externally visible and is the largest in the facility. Most of the level is dominated by the internal Docking Bay and the facilities and resources required to service the auxiliary craft that survived the destruction of the Ulysses. What space is left on level 02 is located deep inside the Moon's surface (ideal for protection) and is designated for habitat and recreation purposes. Habitat space is at a premium, with even the senior staff bunking with, at minimum, one other person (with the exception of the Captain, who has a private quatrters). Makeshift mess facilities, cinemas and other areas have been created to service the recreational needs of the crew during these trying times.
Level 03 is entirely submerged beneath the surface of the Moon, with the level dominated by a high tech medical lab and other science facilities which have been augmented with parts salvaged from the wreck of the Ulysses. Level 03 is also the location of various cargo bays and storage units which have been converted into fabrication and salvage bays.
Level 04 is entirely comprised of engineering related facilities, such as the computer core, communications equipment and the like. It is also via level 04 that access to the reactor core, the main source of power for the station, is achieved.
Located some 200 meters beneath level 04, from where access to the reactor is achieved by turbo lift (or a very long set of ladders), the reactor core is the main source of power for the station, harvesting much of its energy from the core of the Moon itself. On the reactor level, various stations are provided so engineers can monitor and work on the reactor to ensure its continued stability after many decades offline.