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Original submission for Gagarin Gate

Original submission, by Richard Fluiraniz M. [2022-10-30 19:42:34]
Billy Chase
Gagarin Gate
Gru Hypue KS-T d3-31
Deep Space Outpost
Inner Scutum-Centaurus Arm
This planetary outpost is part of the Colonia Connection Highway network built in 3302. A great place to replenish and disembark, featuring the Vostok-1 Nebula in the background at all times.

Gagarin Gate is a small outpost with a total of 10,000 colonists living within its walls. It features most of the services passing travelers would look forward, such as Vista Genomics and Universal Cartographics. The planet itself is tidally locked, offering a permanent view of the Vostok-1 Nebula behind while the base is permanently on the night side.

The current government seems to be in a cooperative boom economy (subject to change), that despite been in the system for several years it hasn't expanded towards other planets in the system; contrary to other similar operations deep in the black. Thus Gagarin Gate seems to be the only planetary base in a 2000 light year radius.

Finally, the planetary base features a relatively closed circuit highway for SRVs. Visitors are encouraged to at least disembark on their vehicles and take a lap or two.

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