The She'sha'sho star system was discovered initially by a passing Kingdom of Neshaten exploratory probe, much of the system is shrouded in mystery largely due to an strange interference that resulted in the probe to malfunction and stop sending telemetry. What scientists do know is that its central star is strangely dimly lit, and there was no evidence of other planetary bodies in the area; although scans did show large numbers of asteroid fields. The system is covered in an anti-FTL interdiction field, with its sun emitting a gravitic field that permeates even FTL space, this results in it affecting any ship that comes within eight light-years of the system.
The system is located to the 'south east' of Jui'varen(System)
This here is a list of data related to this system
DB6 is the main sequence star found within the She'sha'sho star system, the star is constantly active and always spewing out solar flares at a rate of once every few seconds; its gravity is slowly pulling other objects toward it. The star alternates between white and red as seasons go by, giving off the impression that 'something' is happening within the star itself. There are violent eruptions on its surface that can spew out molten ores up to hundred and twenty thousand kilometers away from the surface.
DB6 was originally located on the systems outskirts, but a mystery event has resulted in it now being the main sequence.
|Name:||DB6 White Dwarf|
|Radius:||6.22 x 103 km (0.01 x sol)|
|Mass:||2.19 x 1030 kg (1.10 x sol)|
|Luminosity:||1.43 x 1024 W (0.00 x sol)|
K7 V was She'sha'sho's original main sequence star, but an event eons ago resulted in its destruction; what remained were large pockets of cold debris that has a crystalline appearance to them, reflecting light from DB6 to other areas of the system.
Located throughout the star system are various pockets of debris that are in relatively stable orbit around the main sequence star. These fields contain a variety of different asteroids, including Metallic, Siliceous, Carbonaceous, Gelidaceous and Aggregate types. Many of these pockets have debris that is covered in a glimmering, crystalline surface that further reflects sunlight from the systems star.
Their locations bear some resemblance to the locations of where planets once were.