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 - Galactic Exploration Catalog - 
Revision for Green Pentagon

Previous Revision, by CMDR Marx [2022-07-12 13:40:31]Selected revision, by CMDR Marx [2022-07-12 13:44:12]
DISCOVERER
Barden FayleBarden Fayle
NAME
Green PentagonGreen Pentagon
SYSTEMNAME
Lysoovsky BH-L d8-26Lysoovsky BH-L d8-26
CATEGORY
Green Gas GiantsGreen Gas Giants
CATEGORY 2
REGION
Inner Orion SpurInner Orion Spur
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
CALLSIGN
SUMMARY
A green gas giant with a unique coloration: the green is concentrated around one pole of the planet, and forms a pentagon.A green gas giant with a unique coloration: the green is concentrated around one pole of the planet, and forms a pentagon.
DESCRIPTION

This green gas giant, found roughly along the Sol-Colonia route, has a unique look: its green clouds are found alongside one of its poles, and not elsewhere. The borders are shaped like a pentagon, in which the green cloud bands swirl. There are also distinct purple bands on the gas giant, which give way to the characteristic blue of class III gas giants in the center. To top it all off, this giant has rings as well, lending it an even more impressive appearance.

There are six landable moons circling the planet as well, all rocky bodies without an atmosphere, and the closest moon has volcanism. Landing there should offer Commanders some nice views on foot.

This green gas giant, found roughly along the Sol-Colonia route, has a unique look: its green clouds are found alongside one of its poles, and not elsewhere. The borders are shaped like a pentagon, in which the green cloud bands swirl. There are also distinct purple bands on the gas giant, which give way to the characteristic blue of class III gas giants in the center. To top it all off, this giant has rings as well, lending it an even more impressive appearance.

There are six landable moons circling the planet as well, all rocky bodies without an atmosphere, and the closest moon has volcanism. Landing there should offer Commanders some nice views on foot.

Image credit: Barden Fayle

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