Maanean

The star Maanean is an F7 V Yellow-white Main Sequence star, somewhat larger than Sol, but generally similar in characteristics.

Maanean I

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Maanean II

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Maanean II is a small terrestrial planet just inside the Goldilock’s Zone. It is home to several undergroud xeno complexes. Evidence suggests the planet was used to extract the vast quantities of Bauxite and Hubernite underneath the surface. No Bauxite or Hubernite can be found on Maanean II today.

Neera

Neera is the third planet from Maanean and is a Mars-sized terrestrial world with a thin oxygen-nitrogen atmosphere. Chemical conditions on the planet permit the existence of carbonmonoxide in the atmosphere, which is toxic to humans. Visitors are required to carry filter masks when travelling outside the cities. The hydrography is 60% water, which leads to dryer air than standard atmospheric conditions.

METADATA: B547745-10 STNG Ag Ga

Maanean IV

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Maanean V

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Maanean VI

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Maanean VI is an ice-world the size of Luna with a small moon orbiting. Maanean VI is known best as the site of the UNS Olympus’ first battle, fighting the pirate gang Wylde Boys. Having defeated the fleet, the planetary pirate base was orbitally bombarded with the Olympus’ then experimental KKS-G Gauss Artillery. The misfiring of the experimental KKS-G due to rapid discharge lead to the deaths of three engineers aboard the Olympus. Pirate causalities were estimated to 13,000. A monument was set up planetside in honor of the only UN casualities during the battle at Maanean VI: The three engineers who lost their lives due to the KKS-G misfire.

Maanean VII

Maanean VII is a red small Jovian planet with 20 moons. The planet is used to harvest hydrogen and helium from the atmosphere. The moons are most well known for their mineral wealth. The largest moon being the site of the discovery of the extremely rare material Transnewtonite. A so called ‘trans-newtonian’ material used in the creation of more advanced Alcubierre Drives.