|Original submission for Baroque Mantle
|Original submission, by CMDR dkO [2022-11-13 03:45:22]
|Flyiedgiae QZ-M d8-233
|Sights and Scenery
|Inner Orion Spur
|Brown Dwarf Y class star (11) C Ring measures at a whopping 81.31ls and also hosts three shepherd moons. Moons 7 B & 7 C are collision candidates.
Just under 200 ly from Conflux Delta Site is where this mysterious system is located. The main G class star has a total of 11 bodies containing some interesting moon choices as well as planets.
Body 11 is a sight to behold. This Brown Dwarf Y class star sits furthest from the main star and hosts three large rings. It is quite obvious that C Ring is the most noticeable and exaggerated....which gives it the fitting title: Baroque Mantle.
This Brown Dwarf has a total of 4 moons, three Shepherd Moons orbiting in-between B Ring & C Ring and a beautiful white Class I Giant in orbit just on the edge of the gigantic C Ring.
This ring is visible throughout the entire system depending on the lighting on surfaces. (Body 1)
This system has two moons for collision candidate. Moon 7 B has a Orbital Period of 5.06816 days and 7 C has a Orbital Period: 5.19182 days.
Body 10 e (Thin Carbon Dioxide Atmosphere w/ 4 biological) has incredible terrain and features some beautiful scenic views.
Body 8, a Class IV Gas Giant. When eclipsed by the main Class G star it gives off a beautiful rich cyan glow.
There is plenty to explore throughout this system including: