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Âyemovi (End of Space)

The system Âyemovi is located at the furthest west star in the Lumujo Saei (Territory). The star system is one that the ships of clan could visit briefly. But the planet was designated as being held in trust. In 754 CY the Tanoi (Council) reaffirmed its status when the subject of colonization began.

History

In 755 CY (YE 36) the Âmuso Ibâka explored the system. They discovered that an unidentified group of Poku'vonai had established a settlement. This discovery resulted in the loss of most of the crew and family aboard it.

Note: Due to this system not being officially explored, the system objects besides Pilano are only numbered.

Star Data

The primary of the system is a middle age star.

  • Type: G1 V Yellow Main Sequence
  • Radius: 8.35 x 105 km (1.20 x sol)
  • Mass: 2.84 x 1030 kg (1.43 x sol)
  • Temperature: 5800 K
  • Luminosity: 3.88 x 1026 W (1.01 x sol)

Close Companion

The companion star helped to shape the inner mechanics of the system.

  • Type: M2 V Red Dwarf
  • Distance: 4.73 x 107 km (0.32 AU)
  • Radius: 2.42 x 105 km (0.35 x sol)
  • Mass: 3.93 x 1029 kg (0.20 x sol)
  • Temperature: 3100 K
  • Luminosity: 1.55 x 1025 W (0.04 x sol)

Planet Pilano

This is the only habitable world in the system, its status is reserved by the clan. Its orbit is is oblique to the plane of the system. It is suspected that the interaction between the companion and jovian caused the orbital shift.

Pilano

  • See more details Pilano (Betrayal)
  • Type: Terrestrial World
  • Orbital Radius: 1.74 x 108 km (1.16 AU)
  • Period: 8.60 x 103 hours (0.98 earth years)
  • Physics: Small ocean
  • Gravity: 6.01 m/s2 (0.61 x earth)
  • Hydrosphere: 97 % water, 56 % ice
  • Atmosphere: Standard breathable
  • Special: Electromagnetic storms

Planet 2

This planet dominates the inner system, the gravitational pull affecting travel to the inner planet.

  • Type: Jovian Planet
  • Orbital Radius: 3.21 x 108 km (2.15 AU)
  • Period: 2.16 x 104 hours (2.47 earth years)
  • Gravity: 25.86 m/s2 (2.64 x earth)
  • Special: Planetary rings, 6 small moons, 12 large moons

Planet 3

This is a lifeless rock, as there has been no exploration it is unknown as to what resources it may offer.

  • Type: Rock Planet
  • Orbital Radius: 6.28 x 108 km (4.20 AU)
  • Period: 5.90 x 104 hours (6.75 earth years)
  • Gravity: Gravity 6.01 m/s2 (0.61 x earth)
  • Special: Trace atmosphere

Planet 4

Analysis of the field conducted by the original survey team, determined that it is the remnants of a world that was torn apart by the tidal stresses from the inner system.

  • Type: Asteroid Belt
  • Orbital Radius: 1.15 x 109 km (7.72 AU)
  • Period: 1.47 x 105 hours (16.83 earth years)

Planet 5

This world is a frozen orb with a solid core. The ice surface is irregular and the depth ranges from 1 mile to 10 miles.

  • Type: Ice Planet
  • Orbital Radius: 2.16 x 109 km (14.42 AU)
  • Period: 3.76 x 105 hours (42.98 earth years)
  • Gravity: 8.31 m/s2 (0.85 x earth)

Planet 6

Analysis of the field determined that it is left over material from the formation of the system.

  • Type: Asteroid Belt
  • Orbital Radius: 4.54 x 109 km (30.33 AU)
  • Period: 1.15 x 106 hours (131.04 earth years)

Planet 7

This planet is a cold lifeless world. Initial surveys detected large mineral deposits. The surface is covered in layers of ice up to 1000 meters deep.

  • Type: Ice Planet
  • Orbital Radius: 8.81 x 109 km (58.87 AU)
  • Period: 3.10 x 106 hours (354.45 earth years)
  • Gravity: 16.38 m/s2 (1.67 x earth)

Planet 8

Tectonic activity has shaped the ice layers into sweeping sections that reach towards the stars like blades. The ice ranges from light grey to black from interaction with the output of the volcanoes.

  • Type: Ice Planet
  • Orbital Radius: 1.64 x 1010 km (109.80 AU)
  • Period: 7.89 x 106 hours (902.75 earth years)
  • Gravity: 8.90 m/s2 (0.91 x earth)
  • Special: Heavy volcanism

Planet 9

Another lifeless rock with a thin layer of ice, 100-500 meters. Geological survey not conducted.

  • Type: Ice Planet
  • Orbital Radius: 3.63 x 1010 km (242.96 AU)
  • Period: 2.60 x 107 hours (2971.52 earth years)
  • Gravity: 16.73 m/s2 (1.71 x earth)
system/spaceend.txt · Last modified: 2018/01/18 11:22 by wes