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Planet Lit in system Solona (LAA135)

    Litt  
Alita
  Rocen  
Alitan
  Enspenyect   Creotiaq   Espador  
Entinn
 
Entten
  Pentil  
Lespanyor
 
Greetil
  Rentil  
Sandalor
  Rocent  
Tintigan
 
Blunst
  Rett  
Yenetistil
  Ret  

Lit

Lit (lit) is the closest celestial body to solona in LAA135. The two small moons and even the planet itself used to be gigantic asteroids obiting eachother and the planet itself. In the begining of the known galaxy itself, there were few life forms and fewer habitable planets. Hovever in the far left corner of the galaxy stood the Karvactiah Empire. Not much is known about this small empire but one thing is known for sure, they had marvelous terraforming technologies. In the early days of the empire, Solona and it's celestial bodies were immediatley put under their control. They used their terraforming technologies and completely rounded out lit and it's two moons. The entire planet was turned into a factory and the karvachs siezed their moons aswell. As the empire fell, the factory shut down and every single bolt and metal peice was scrapped by the flash workers who later visited LAA135 millennia later. (More coming soon, giving history to 23 planets is hard!)

Moons
This planet has 2 moons:
Lit 1 small moon
Lit 2 small moon

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This solar system belongs to user 'dexxoy'.

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dragonspice - january 7, 2013:
Looking good.
asuras - november 7, 2012:
very cool ;) but is there more ?

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