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Essia System

The Essia System is a part of the Yamatai Star Empire (since YE 29) and homeworld of the Separa'Shan.

System

Essia is a binary system with many rich astroid belts. The stars are named Vanishun and Pythushun It has two planets Essia and Ssinisa.

Vanishun

This star of the Essia system is a F0 star. Below are statistics for the star.

  • Name: Vanishun
  • Type: F0
  • Mass: 10.52 M☉

Pythushun

This star of the Essia system is a F0 star. Below are statistics for the star.

  • Name: Pythushun
  • Type: F0
  • Mass: 10.37 M☉

Planetary Data

There are 2 planets in this system. Below is their statistical information.

Planetary Overview
Order Name Type Distance Mass Radius Gravity
1 Essia Terrestial 2.22 AU 4.2 M⊕ 6,760 mi 2.2g
2 Ssinisa Terrestial 4.2 AU 3.3 M⊕ 5,960 mi 2.3g

Essia

  • Type:
  • Orbital Radius: 2.22 AU
  • Period: 3.2 year(s)
  • Gravity: 2.2 g
  • Planetary Population: 285 million as of the end of YE 39
  • Natural Satellites: Largis
  • Facilities: 1 Orbital Shipyard, 1 Large Space Station, several Small Spaceports, 1 Millitary Frontier Starport.
More information

Homeworld of the Separa'Shan. In YE 34, the Star Army of Yamatai constructed a Frontier Starport. It is the only permanent Star Army presence in the Essia System. The largest cargo shipping provider is Trinary Star Shipping, which has storefronts in all of the planet's major cities.

Ssinisa

  • Type:
  • Orbital Radius: 4.2 AU
  • Period: 6.5 year(s)
  • Gravity: 2.3 g
  • Planetary Population: 15 million as of the end of YE 39
  • Facilities: 1 Small Spaceport
More information

Colonized by the Separa'Shan in YE 36. Its population is on average much younger than on Essia.

Other Information

There are also several mining platforms around the Essia system. The Essia system has numerous asteroid belts some of which contain large deposits of rare raw materials. However, there are no raw materials that are unique to the Essia system. The Essia system is relatively young, only a few million years old. Astrophysicists say the natural formation and evolution on these timescales is impossible. Communications in the system are provided by a network of Emrys Satellites placed in YE 36.

OOC Notes

Soban updated this article on 2018/05/28 12:19.

system/essia.txt · Last modified: 2018/06/04 16:00 by soban