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Baroque Mantle

Created: 2022-11-13 03:45:22 Last Edited: 2022-11-13 12:23:09
  Submitted by: CMDR dkO on behalf of Andy_0161
Star System:Flyiedgiae QZ-M d8-233
Coordinates:-3045.56 / -57.25 / 8651.12
Sol Distance: 9,171.73 ly
Region:Inner Orion Spur
Category:Sights and Scenery
 



Summary:

A Brown Dwarf Y class star (11) which's C Ring measures at a whopping 81.31 ls and also hosts three shepherd moons. Moons 7 b and 7 c are collision candidates.

 
Description:

This system has plenty of sights to see, and it's just under 200 ly from the Dynasty Project's Conflux sites. The main G class star has a total of 11 bodies, some of which are orbited by interesting moons.

Body 11 is a sight to behold. This class Y brown dwarf star sits the farthest from the main star and hosts three large rings. It is quite obvious that the C Ring is the most noticeable and exaggerated....which gives it the fitting title: Baroque Mantle.

This brown dwarf has a total of four moons, three of which are shepherd moons orbiting in-between the B and C rings, and a beautiful white Class I gas giant orbiting just beyond the edge of the gigantic outer ring.

Body 1's ring is visible throughout the entire system, also on the night skies of the landable bodies.

This system also has two moons which are candidates for a collision. Moon 7 b has an orbital period of 5.06816 days and 7 c has an orbital period of 5.19182 days. They are both landable, with thin Ammonia atmospheres, and 6 biological signals.

Body 10 e, a moon with a thin Carbon Dioxide atmosphere and 4 biological signals, has varied terrain and features some beautiful scenic views.

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Body 8, a Class IV Gas Giant. When eclipsed by the main star its atmosphere gives off a beautiful rich cyan glow.

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There is plenty to explore throughout this system, including:

  • 31 landable bodies (6 of which are atmospheric)
  • 3 Thin Ammonia landables, with 6 biological signals each
  • 2 Thin Carbon Dioxide landables
  • 1 Thin Sulfur Dioxide landable
  • 8 geological landable bodies

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ID64 Address:8015658863819
EDSM ID:62214400

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Revision History:

 Edited By  Edited Date 
 CMDR Marx   2022-11-13 12:23:09 
 CMDR Marx   2022-11-13 12:17:18 
 CMDR dkO  2022-11-13 03:45:22 
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