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Planet Nabrinmir in system Darwin Arae (TAE557)

  Amesos   Koralia   Ihnatar   Tundaloth   Ryoobah  
    Isuriara   Valinorr   Kadagua   Athoth   Cellesteica  
  Chrasnar   Harsnos   Meronn  


Nabrinmir is among the smallest of the planets in the mid solar system, but by far the most habitable and capable of life, with one small frozen surface ocean of solid water ice, a vast warm subsurface ocean, and two small rocky continents.

Nabrinmir has a cold climate altogether, but it's equatorial region is surprisingly warm, this heat is generated by internal heat from it's huge, wildly spinning core of molten rock. Frozen oceans of liquid water are present on the surface of Nabrinmir, however Nabrinmir has no known native species. The Koralian people became ambitious about this planet when they first suspected that it could potentially harbor subsurface oceans of liquid water, (14,000 years ago) but did not begin to migrate to Nabrinmir until superliminal travel was regularly used.

Nabrinmir is a dim world, because of the lack of light that reflects off of the planet's surface.

50 billion Koralians, Qiramese, Rydial and Aalarian people call this distant land home, however those that live here must wear protective gear in order to stay alive while traveling outside of their habitats because of the freezing temperatures. A further 15 billion people live in orbiting space habitats, and about 1 billion people live in the underground cities in the moons of Nabrinmir. Most of the citizens of Nabrinmir live in or around the planet's capital city Vhederon, located in the Southern hemisphere, very near the planet's equatorial zone.

This planet has 3 moons:
Naino Naino is the largest moon in the Nabrinmir system, at about 820km across. Naino has a very thin and whispy atmosphere consisting mainly of Nitrogen and oxygen. The near side of Naino is relatively smooth, with few craters or extending plateaus or mountain ranges. However the far side of Naino is heavily cratered. Huge volcanic mountains alternate with bottomless regions of massive craters. Naino is very rich in precious resources, such as gold, platinum, silver, and rhodium. about 500 million people live on the surface of Naino, most of whom are Qiramese, who are connected to the Darwin Empire's commercial mining program on Naino, however those who live here must wear protective gear outside of their habitats, due to the extreme cold and the thin atmosphere. Naino is tidally locked to Nabrinmir, and completes an orbit in about 11 days.
Nahdo Nahdo is the second largest moon in the Nabrinmir sytem, at about 410km across. The surface of Nahdo is composed mainly of smoothe Antimony-rich rock, making the rocky surface quite reflective and slightly warmer than Nabrinmir's other satellites. Nahdo is home to about 300 million people, the majority of whom are Qiramese, most of those that live here are in some way connected to the Darwin Empire's many commercial mining bases on Nahdo, those that live here must wear protective gear while traveling outside of their habitats in order to stay alive because of the freezing temperatures, and because of the lack of atmosphere that surrounds Nahdo. Nahdo is tidally locked to Nabrinmir, and completes an orbit about every 30 days.
Nhudo Nhudo is the smallest moon in the Nabrinmir system, at about 200km across at it's equator. Nhudo is a dusty world, remarkable for its incredibly smooth surface. Nhudo holds countless precious resources within it's dense mantle of silicate rock. It is not know how many commodities Nhudo holds within it's rocky mantle, however, large amounts of platinum, iron ore, zinc, ereimious, boron, gold, germanium, gallium, and even francium have been excavated. Nhudo is home to about 200 million people, most of whom are Qiramese, and most of whom are in some way connected with the Darwin Empire's extensive mining operations here, those who live here must wear protective gear in order to stay alive, due to the lack of atmosphere and freezing temperatures. Nhudo is tidally locked to Nabrinmir, and completes and orbit every 50 days.


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This solar system belongs to user 'gavino29'.


gehenna - may 31, 2015:
Nice, that chronology is awesome. Kudos.
thebigh - december 29, 2011:
Excellent. 😀

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