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Basics New Star Systems

Sol System - Sol Directorate

Type G2 Yellow Dwarf Star – 332,900 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 4,700 to 5,700 degrees celsius

9 Planets

Mercury

0.055 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -183 to +427 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

Venus

0.815 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 93 x Earth volume, CO2, high Sulphuric Acid and SO2 clouds in the mesosphere

Surface temperature - 500 degrees Celsius.

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None.

No Moons

Earth

Habitable / Inhabited Planet

Moons – Moon – Rocky, no Atmosphere

Mars

0.107 x Earth Mass

Terraformed Planet – Since Badly Damaged

Atmosphere – 70% of Earth normal

Surface Temperature – now 30 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None.

Moons – 3 Deimos, Phobos, Havoc – Rocky, no Atmosphere

Asteroid Belt

Many Asteroids of different sizes – Rocky, Iron and some other Metals

Jupiter

Gas Giant – 318 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -108 degrees Celsius

Moons – 63 of various sizes

Saturn

Gas Giant – 95 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -139 degrees Celsius

Moons – 62+ of various sizes

Rings – Many, prominent.

Uranus

Ice Giant – 14 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -197 degrees Celsius

Moons – 27 of various sizes

Neptune

Ice Giant – 17 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -200 degrees Celsius

Moons – 13 of various sizes

Pluto – Dwarf Planet

Rock and Ice - 0.0024 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Very thin – Nitrogen, Methane, CO1

Surface Temperature - -229 degrees Celsius

Linked to Dwarf Planet Charon

Mostly Ice, and Rock – 0.000254 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -229 degrees Celsius

Satellites – Nix, Hydra, Styx and Kerberos

Attican System – Attican Republic

Type F2 Yellow-White Star – 500,870 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 5,900 degrees celsius

4 Planets

Ithica ( Alpha I )

0.97 x Earth Mass

Terraforming is being accelerated - to allow the Colony to be expanded.

Atmosphere – Earth-like - 100% of required volume.

Hydrosphere – 50% of required volume.

Surface Temperature – 10 degrees Celsius

Moons – Athene, Hecate

Argos ( Alpha II )

1.2 x Earth Mass

Ex Habitable Planet – Now Uninhabitable

Atmosphere – Earth-like - 100% of required volume

Surface temperature - 80 degrees Celsius.

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 40% coverage.

Radioactive surface - being reprocessed.

Four Moons – Syracuse ( large ), Ephesus, Galatia, Tyre

Asteroid Belt

Very Wide - comprising many Rocky and Metallic Asteroids

Carthage ( Alpha III )

Gas Giant – 650 x Earth mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -190 degrees Celsius

Inner Moons – 50+ - rocky

Extensive Gas Rings – clearly visible

Outer Moons – 200+ - Rocky, Water Ice, Dry Ice, Frozen Ammonia

Largest Moon – Rhodes – Research Station on rocky Aseroid.

Kraken ( Alpha IV ) - Dwarf Planet

Rock and Ice - 0.005 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Very thin – Nitrogen, Methane, CO1

Surface Temperature – -240 degrees Celsius

Beta System – Phoenix Confederation

Type K9 Orange Star – 380,259 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 3,100 degrees celsius

5 Planets

Beta I

0.45 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Acidic composition, H2SO4, HNO3, H2O, low volume

Surface Temperature – -12 to +150 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

Inhospitable to human life – but with a wealth of precious minerals.

No Ozone layer or Magnetic field.

Beta II

0.62 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Acidic composition, H2SO4, HNO3, H2O, low volume

Surface Temperature – -8 to +80 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

Inhospitable to human life – but with a wealth of precious minerals.

No Ozone layer or Magnetic field.

Beta III

0.75 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Nitrogen and Ammonia x 60% of Earth volume.

Surface Temperature – Average 7 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

Two Moons BIIIA, BIIIB

With a wealth of precious minerals.

Beta IV

0.93 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Nitrogen and Ammonia x 70% of Earth volume.

Surface Temperature – Average 10 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

Four Moons BIVA, BIVB, BIVC, BIVD

Some precious minerals – surface only.

Beta V

Gas Giant – 150 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -130 degrees Celsius

Prominent dust and particle Rings

Moons – 21 of various sizes

Beta VI

Ice Giant – 10 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -300 degrees Celsius

Moons – 8 of various sizes

System Excelsis ( Ex System ‘X’ ) – Attican Republic

Type F1 Yellow-White Star – 280,600 x Earth mass

Surface @ 6,900 degrees celsius

Asteroid Belt

An Asteroid Belt of great width - from 1.1 AU to 10 AU ( 1 AU = Earth Orbit )

Comprising a vast number of Asteroids, both Rocky, Iron and Metallic.

Several very large Asteroids have sizes of 0.009 x Earth mass to 0.05 x Earth mass.

System Wyandot ( Ex System ‘Y’ ) – Attican Republic

Type G0 Yellow Star – 380,100 x Earth mass

Surface @ 5,700 degrees celsius

Inner Asteroid Belt

An Asteroid Belt from 0.4 AU to 0.8 AU ( 1 AU = Earth Orbit )

Comprising a large number of small Asteroids, both Rocky, Iron and Metallic.

Outer Asteroid Belt

An Asteroid Belt from 1.2 AU to 2.5 AU ( 1 AU = Earth Orbit )

Comprising a number of Asteroids, both Rocky, Iron and Metallic.

These are larger types.

Several large Asteroids have sizes of 0.01 x Earth mass to 0.05 x Earth mass.

System ‘H’The Halthoe - IPC

Type K2 Orange Star – 551,920 x Earth mass

Surface @ 3,900 degrees celsius

H I

0.062 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -200 to +300 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

H II

0.652 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 16 x Earth volume - Methane and CO2, SO2

Surface Temperature – 350 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

H III

0.920 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 85% x Earth volume - Nitrogen, Oxygen, CO2, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 14 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 50% planet coverage

Two Moons

Asteroid Belt Many Asteroids – of Rocky and Iron type

H IV

Gas Giant – 101 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -136 degrees Celsius

Prominent dust and particle Rings

Moons – 40 of various sizes

H V

Ice Giant – 8 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -350 degrees Celsius

Moons – 11 of various sizes

System ‘G’ – The Goram - IPC

Type F4 White Star – 397,150 x Earth mass

Surface @ 6,820 degrees celsius

G I

0.039 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -180 to +330 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

G II

0.920 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 95% x Earth volume - Nitrogen, Oxygen, CO2, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 16 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 58% plaet coverage

Three Moons

Asteroid Belt

Very wide Asteroid Belt - Many Asteroids of Rocky, Iron type and Metallic type

Mining Operations – A wealth of useful minerals and materials

G III

Gas Giant – 101 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -136 degrees Celsius

Prominent dust and particle Rings

Moons – 40 of various sizes

G IV

Ice Giant – 8 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -350 degrees Celsius

Moons – 11 of various sizes

System ‘K’ – The Kolee - IPC

Type G2 Yellow Star – 280,600 x Earth mass

Surface @ 5,250 degrees celsius

K I

0.062 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -200 to +300 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

K II

0.55 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 12 x Earth volume - Methane and CO2, SO2

Surface Temperature – 390 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

K III

1.100 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 91% x Earth volume - Nitrogen, Oxygen, Water Vapour, CO2

Surface Temperature – Average 15 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 78% planet coverage

Three Moons

K IV

2.5 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 0.9 x Earth volume – Methane, Ammonia

Surface Temperature – Average -50 degrees Celsius

Moons - 0

K IV

Gas Giant – 309 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -160 degrees Celsius

Prominent dust and particle Rings

Moons – 56 of various sizes

K V

Ice Giant – 10 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -400 degrees Celsius

Moons – 23 of various sizes

System Pandora ( Ex – Zetan )

Type F1 Yellow Star – 380,100 x Earth mass

Surface @ 7,100 degrees celsius

Pandora I

0.8 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 91% x Earth volume - Nitrogen, Oxygen, Helium, CO2

Surface Temperature – Average 18 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 62% planet coverage

Carbon–based Eco-System, suitable for colonization

One Moon

Pandora II

1.1 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 110% x Earth volume - Nitrogen, Oxygen, Helium, CO2

Surface Temperature – Average 12 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 50% planet coverage

Carbon–based Eco-System, suitable for colonization

Two Moons

Pandora III

1.15 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 120% x Earth volume - Ammonia, CO1, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 8 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere – none

Recent Science Input indicates that bacteria in a water environment may be used to break down ammonia – into Nitrogen and Oxygen ( plus Hydrogen ).

Terraforming could be performed, once a Hydrosphere ( water areas ) has been created.

Three small Moons

Pandora IV

1.2 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 150% x Earth volume - Ammonia, CO1, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 5 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere – none

Recent Science Input indicates that bacteria in a water environment may be used to break down ammonia – into Nitrogen and Oxygen ( plus Hydrogen ).

Terraforming could be performed, once a Hydrosphere ( water areas ) has been created.

Two small Moons

System Delta – Attican Republic

Type K0 Orange Star – 410,150 x Earth mass

Surface @ 5,020 degrees celsius

Delta I

0.022 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -150 to +450 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

Delta II

0.98 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 98% x Earth volume - Nitrogen, Oxygen, CO2, Hydrogen

Surface Temperature – Average 8 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 70% planet coverage

Two small Moons

Carbon-based Eco-System around equator, suitable for colonization

Delta III

Gas Giant – 600 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -250 degrees Celsius

Moons – 41 of various sizes

Delta IV

Gas Giant – 95 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -359 degrees Celsius

Moons – 50+ of various sizes

Rings – Many, prominent.

System Epsilon – An Ancient Battleground

Type F2 Yellow-White Star – 410,150 x Earth mass

Surface @ 6,050 degrees celsius

Asteroid Belt

An Asteroid Belt of great width - from 0.6 AU to 6 AU ( 1 AU = Earth Orbit )

Comprising a vast number of Asteroids, both Rocky, Iron and Metallic.

Several very large Asteroids have sizes of 0.01 x Earth mass to 0.09 x Earth mass.

Several very large artifical structures in orbit – from 8 AU to 10 AU

System Gamma Sol Directorate

Type G8 Yellow Star – 600,150 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 5,900 degrees celsius

Gamma I

Rocky Planet – 300 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 150 x Earth Volume - CO2, SO2, Nitrogen, Hydrogen, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 400 degrees Celsius

Geologically violently active

Moons – 3 GIA, GIB, GIC – many smaller Moons

Gamma IA

Rocky - 0.89 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 98% x Earth volume - Nitrogen, Oxygen, CO2, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 12 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 58% planet coverage.

Gamma IB

Rocky - 0.78 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 80% x Earth volume - Nitrogen, Oxygen, CO2, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 12 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 25% planet coverage.

No geological activity – solid core

Gamma IC

Rocky – 1.02 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 99% x Earth volume - Nitrogen, Oxygen, CO2, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 12 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 67% planet coverage

Many smaller Moons of Rocky, Iron and Metallic type, with mineral concentrations

Theta System – Sol Directorate

Type K8 Orange Star – 410,520 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 3,400 degrees celsius

8 Planets

Theta I

0.075 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -150 to +500 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

Theta II

0.75 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Acidic composition, H2SO4, HNO3, H2O, low volume

Surface Temperature – Average 28 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 10% surface coverage

Moons – one large TIIA.

Theta III

1.12 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 1.2 x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Oxygen, CO2, Water Vapour

Surface temperature - Average12 degrees Celsius.

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 60% surface coverage.

Moons – one large TIIIA, two very small TIIIB, TIIIC.

Asteroid Belt

Many small and some large Asteroids – comprising rocky, metallic and other mineral types

Theta IV

0.85 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Nitrogen and Ammonia x 70% of Earth volume.

Surface Temperature – Average 6 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

Two Moons TIVA, TIVB.

Theta V

Gas Giant – 280 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -120 degrees Celsius

Moons – 72 of various sizes

Theta VI

Gas Giant – 100 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -150 degrees Celsius

Moons – 53+ of various sizes

Rings – Many, prominent.

Theta VII

Ice Giant – 20 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -200 degrees Celsius

Moons – 20+ of various sizes

Theta VIII

Ice Giant – 10 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -300 degrees Celsius

Moons – 9 of various sizes

Lambda System – Broderick’s Science Consortium

Type F4 Yellow-White – 390,210 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 6,700 degrees celsius

7 Planets

Lambda I

0.075 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -100 to +360 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

Lambda II

0.8 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 0.75 x Earth volume, Ammonia, Nitrogen, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 40 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

Moons – two medium LIIA, LIIB.

Lambda III

0.98 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 0.99 x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Oxygen, CO2, Water Vapour

Surface temperature - Average14 degrees Celsius.

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 68% surface coverage.

Moons – one large LIIIA, one very small LIIIB.

Lambda IV

0.6 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 0.7 x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Ocygen, CO2, CO1, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 8 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 40% of surface coverage.

Moons – two medium LIVA, LIVB

Lambda V 0.3 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Nitrogen and Ammonia x 30% of Earth volume.

Surface Temperature – Average 2 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

Moons – four small TVA, TVB, TVC, TVD.

Lambda VI

Gas Giant – 300 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -100 degrees Celsius

Moons – 60 of various sizes

Rings – Many, prominent.

Lambda VII

Gas Giant – 100 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -220 degrees Celsius

Moons – 45+ of various sizes

Mu System – The “Dragon System” – Attican Republic

Complex Star cluster – 3 main Stars and 2 “micro-stars”.

Type K1 Orange – 600,240 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 4,500 degrees celsius

Type F2 Yellow-White – 380,490 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 6,000 degrees celsius

Type G4 Yellow – 180,320 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 5,500 degrees celsius

Type A8 White – 0.28 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 9,100 degrees celsius

Type A2 White – 0.19 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 8,500 degrees celsius

8 Planets

Mu IDr 1

0.06 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – Average 250 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

Asteroid Belt 1

Many small Asteroids of rocky and metallic types.

Mu 2 – Dr 2

0.98 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 0.99 x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Oxygen, CO2, Water Vapour

Surface Temperature – Average 16 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 65% of surface area.

Note – functioning eco-system – very similar to Earth in the Caboniferous Epoch.

Moons – two medium Dr IIA, Dr IIB.

Mu 3 – Dr 3

1.02 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 1.02 x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Oxygen, CO2, Water Vapour

Surface temperature - Average 12 degrees Celsius.

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 80% surface coverage.

Note – functioning eco-system – very similar to Earth in the Ordovician Epoch.

Moons – one largish Dr IIIA, one very small Dr IIIB.

Asteroid Belt 2

Many Asteroids - including sveral very large Asteroids up to 0.05 x Earth mass, and several smaller Asteroids – both rocky and iron types.

Mu 4 – Dr 4

Gas Giant – 445 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – 1,400 degrees Celsius

Moons – 60+ of various sizes

Asteroid Belt 3

Many Asteroids – of rocky, metallic, and ice composition.

Mu 5 – Dr 5

Gas Giant – 300 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -108 degrees Celsius

Moons – 50+ of various sizes

Mu 6 – Dr 6

Gas Giant – 40 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -250 degrees Celsius

Moons – 30+ of various sizes

Rings – Many, prominent.

Mu 7 – Dr 7

Ice Giant – 1.25 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -380 degrees Celsius

Moons – 20+ of various sizes

Mu 8 – Dr 8

Ice Giant – 0.42 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -500 degrees Celsius

Moons – 4 of various sizes

Gas Rings – “The Smoke Ring”

A ring of gas and dust around the whole Star System, extending well out into space – faintly illuminated.

Psi System – Attican Republic

Type G5 Yellow – 420,350 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 5,500 degrees celsius

No Planets

Asteroid Belt

A very wide belt of a very great many Asteroids – from 0.4 AU to 100 AU.

Asteroids with sizes from 0.1 x Earth Mass down to 0.001 x Earth Mass and smaller. Comprising rocky, iron, metallic and mineral Asteroids – with ice Asteroids near the outer edge.

Omega System – Attican Republic

Type K8 Orange – 340,120 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 4,900 degrees celsius

7 Planets

Omega I

0.05 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -90 to +420 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

Omega II

0.8 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 0.75 x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Water Vapour, CO2, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 16 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 40% surface coverage

Moons – two medium OIIA, OIIB.

Omega III – “Piscemund”

1.02 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 1.2 x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Water Vapour, CO2

Surface temperature - Average14 degrees Celsius.

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 95% surface coverage.

Note – the seas were found to contain very prolific water life.

Moons – one large OIIIA, one small OIIIB.

Omega IV – “Panthalassa”

0.98 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 0.98 x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Water Vapour, CO2

Surface Temperature – Average 10 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 99% of surface coverage.

Moons – two medium OIVA, OIVB

Omega V

0.5 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 50% x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Oxygen, CO2, Water Vapour.

Surface Temperature – Average 8 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 40% of surface coverage.

Moons – three small OVA, OVB, OVC.

Asteroid Belt

Belt of many Asteroids, small types - being rocky and metallic Asteroids.

Omega VI

Gas Giant – 400 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -150 degrees Celsius

Moons – 80 of various sizes

Rings – Many, prominent.

Asteroid Belt

Belt of many Asteroids, small types - being rocky and icy Asteroids.

Omega VII

Ice Giant – 100 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -320 degrees Celsius

Moons – 40 of various sizes

Sigma System – The IPC ( Korgoth )

Type G2 Yellow – 420,320 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 4,800 degrees celsius

7 Planets

Sigma I

0.09 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -100 to +390 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

Sigma II

0.8 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 0.75 x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Water Vapour, CO2, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 30 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 40% surface coverage

Moons – two medium SIIA, SIIB, one very small SIIC.

Sigma III

1.05 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 1.2 x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Water Vapour, CO2

Surface temperature - Average13 degrees Celsius.

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 62% surface coverage.

Moons – one large SIIIA, two small SIIIB, SIIIC.

Sigma IV

0.98 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 0.99 x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Water Vapour, CO2

Surface Temperature – Average 11 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 68% of surface coverage.

Moons – one large SIVA, one small SIVB.

Sigma V

0.5 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 60% x Earth volume, Nitrogen, Oxygen, CO2, Water Vapour.

Surface Temperature – Average 5 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 35% of surface coverage.

Moons – two small SVA, SVB.

Sigma VI

Gas Giant – 400 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -90 degrees Celsius

Moons – 90 of various sizes

Rings – Many, prominent.

Asteroid Belt

Belt of many Asteroids, small types - being rocky, and icy Asteroids.

Sigma VII

Ice Giant – 90 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -400 degrees Celsius

Moons – 45 of various sizes

Asteroid Belt

Belt of many Asteroids, small to large types - being rocky, and icy Asteroids.

Iota System

Type T4 “Brown Dwarf” Star - Magenta

350,788 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 810 degrees C

2 Planets, 1 Dwarf Star with Planetoids

Jinx” ( Io I )

0.9 x Earth Mass

Prolate Spheroid ( Rugby Ball ) –

Ratio 1.2 : 1

Atmosphere at Equator – 1.1 x Earth - N2, O2, Water Vapour, CO2, Heliumr

Atmosphere at Poles – None

Surface Temperature at Equator – 15 degrees C

Surface Temperature at Poles -80 degrees C

Geologically Active – Magnetic Field

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 30% coverage - at Equator, Sea Life

Eco-System in two rings, north and south of the Equatorial Sea.

Signs of an irregular mid-oceanic ridge – and Volcanoes on land, near to the Sea Coasts.

Two Moons

Asteroid Belt

Many Asteroids of different sizes – from 2 AU to 40 AU

Rocky, Iron and some other Metals.

It II

Ice Planet – 1.2 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -300 degrees Celsius

Moons – None

Iota B

Type DB3 White Dwarf Star

10,000 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 15,000 degrees C

Moons – 6 Mini-Planets

ItB I

0.005 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – 400 degrees C

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

ItB II

0.015 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – 200 degrees C

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

ItB III

0.05 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Earth-like – N2, O2, CO2, Helium

Surface Temperature – 16 degrees C

Hydrosphere – 10% coverage.

Moons – Large IoB IIIA, small IoB IIIB

ItB IV

0.15 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Earth-like – N2, O2, CO2, Helium

Surface Temperature – 12 degrees C

Hydrosphere – 20% coverage.

Moons – IoB IIIA, IoB IIIB

ItB V

0.25 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Earth-like – N2, O2, CO2, Helium

Surface Temperature – 8 degrees C

Hydrosphere – 40% coverage.

Moons – IoB IVA, IoB IVB, IoB IVC

ItB VI

0.5 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere –Hydrogen, Helium

Surface Temperature -200 degrees C

Hydrosphere – None.

Moons – 8.

Nu System

Type F3 Yellow-White Star – 600,130 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 5,600 degrees celsius

5 Planets

Nu I

0.045 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -170 to +440 degrees C

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

Nu II

0.97 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Earth-like – N2, O2, CO2, Helium

Surface Temperature – 8 degrees C

Hydrosphere – 35% coverage.

Moons – Large NuII A, small NuII B

Nu III

1.2 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Earth-like – N2, O2, CO2, Helium

Surface temperature – 11 degrees C

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 70% coverage.

Four Moons – Large NuIII A, smaller NuIII B, NuIII C

Asteroid Belt

Very Wide - comprising many Rocky and Metallic Asteroids

Nu IV

Gas Giant – 400 x Earth mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -190 degrees Celsius

Inner Moons – 50+ - rocky

Extensive Gas Rings – clearly visible

Outer Moons – 200+ - Rocky, Water Ice, Dry Ice, Frozen Ammonia

NU V

Ice Planet – Rock and Ice 1.2 x Earth mass

Atmosphere – 1.2 x Earth – Nitrogen, Methane, CO1

Surface Temperature – -240 degrees Celsius

Chi System

Type K4 Orange Star – 450,120 x Earth Mass

Surface @ 2,950 degrees C

5 Planets

Chi I

0.25 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Acidic composition, H2SO4, HNO3, H2O, low volume

Surface Temperature – -12 to +150 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

No Ozone layer or Magnetic field.

Chi II

0.62 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Acidic composition, H2SO4, HNO3, H2O, low volume

Surface Temperature – -8 to +80 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

No Ozone layer or Magnetic field.

Chi III

1.2 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 1.5 x Earth Volume, N2, O2, CO2, Water Vapour, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 10 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 80% coverage

Two Moons ChiIII A, ChiIII B

Chi IV

2.0 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 3 x Earth Volume, N2, O2, CO2, Water Vapour, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 14 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 50% coverage

Four Moons ChiIV A, ChiIV B, CiIV C, ChiIV D

Signs of an Intelligent Alien Species – some small Cities and several Warships on the Ground, one being very large. Approx 200 Million people.

( The Rhynwyr - Rimstalkers ).

Chi V

Gas Giant – 190 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -144 degrees Celsius

Prominent dust and particle Rings

Moons – 30 of various sizes

Chi VI

Ice Giant – 12 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -290 degrees Celsius

Moons – 8 of various sizes

Upsilon System

Type K1 Orange Star

601,200 x Earth mass

Surface @ 4,100 degrees celsius

Up I

0.078 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -200 to +300 degrees C

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

Up II

0.72 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 1.2 x Earth volume – NH3, CH4, CO2, O2

Surface Temperature – Average 8 degrees C

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 40% coverage

No Moons

Up III

1.05 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 1.3 x Earth volume – N2, O2, CO2, Water Vapour, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 15 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 60% planet coverage

Two Moons

Asteroid Belt

Many Asteroids – of Rocky and Iron type

Up IV

Gas Giant – 101 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -110 degrees C

Prominent dust and particle Rings

Moons – 100 of various sizes

Up V

Ice Giant – 20 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -300 degrees C

Moons – 20 of various sizes

Stigma System

Type F4 Yellow-White Star

750,400 x Earth mass

Surface @ 6,400 degrees celsius

5 Planets.

St I

0.054 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – None

Surface Temperature – -190 to +440 degrees C

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

St II

0.72 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 1.2 x Earth volume – NH3, CH4, CO2, O2

Surface Temperature – Average 4 degrees C

Hydrosphere ( water ) – None

No Moons

St III

1.05 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – 1.1 x Earth volume – N2, O2, CO2, Water Vapour, Helium

Surface Temperature – Average 14 degrees Celsius

Hydrosphere ( water ) – 70% planet coverage

Water – single Species of Edible Algae.

Land – single Species of Humanoids.

Two Moons

Inhabited by 1.25 Billion Intelligent Humanoids in a Pre-Stone Age level of culture / civilization – forced into cannibalism.

Asteroid Belt

Many Asteroids – of Rocky and Iron type

St IV

Gas Giant – 80 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -150 degrees C

Prominent dust and particle Rings

Moons – 20 of various sizes

St V

Ice Giant – 10 x Earth Mass

Atmosphere – Hydrogen and Helium

Surface Temperature – -350 degrees C

Moons – 8 of various sizes

Phi System – Phoenix Confederation/Primian Federation

Type S4 Red Giant Star

2,630,200 x Earth Mass Surface

@ 4,300 degrees Celsius No Planets

Inner Asteroid Belt

Belt of many Asteroids – largely small, but including a number of Giant Asteroids. Composition – both Rocky and Metallic, with Heavy Metals. Prospecting has proved the presence of significant amounts of Zirconium Oxide, Titanium Oxide, Vanadium Oxide, Yttrium Oxide, Technetium, Cyanogen, Lithium, Tungsten, Platinum, Rhodium and Rhenium. Significant amounts of Copper have also been found. These are all important and valuable metals – with the exception of Technetium and Cyanogen which have very limited use. Some of these are extremely rare metals on earth, but if Mined in the apparent quantities available on these Asteroids – they may be used to develop new and important Alloys.

Outer Asteroid Belt

Belt of many Asteroids, small types – being Rocky, Metallic and icy Asteroids. Prospecting has proved the presence of significant amounts of Aluminium, Beryllium, Titanium, Lithium, Sodium, Magnesium, and Nickel. These metals may be Mined from these Asteroids in significant amounts – and will be of considerable value.

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