Basil Minor SystemEdit

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Universe-->Basilicus Prime Cluster-->Basilicus Prime Galaxy-->Erepacus Arm-->Novaxen Sector-->Basil Minor System


The star from the Basil Minor System is a 1.0 class star, at 13,252 kin, 1.52E+30 Tetral mass, and a radius of about 25,000,000 millipars.


1. Zenopolis Prime - A large gas giant, Zenopolis prime has pulled in many moons and asteroids in its time, and the immense friction of the center gives off a heat source of it's own. Zenopolis prime is orbited by three moons: Zenopolis Minor, Reltub, and Dravrah.

2. Zenopolis Minor - The largest of the moons of Zenopolis Prime, Zenopolis Minor is about the size of a small planet, and is the only planet in the Basil Minor System that supports life. Due to great volcanic activity at it's beginning due to the combined forces of heat from Zenopolis Prime and the Basil Minor Star, many large mountain ranges were created, but as it drifted away from Zenopolis Prime, caught between its gravity and the intervening star's, Zenopolis Minor became a moon that could support life. Because of the rich atmosphere created by the tall mountains, plants reach high into the sky, and the Tribonians are a prominent species.

3. Reltub and Dravrah - The other two moons of Zenopolis prime, Reltub is still locked in the tight grip of Zenopolis Prime, and is, like early Zenopolis Minor, is heavily molten and volcanic. Dravrah, on the other hand, was thrown out of a close proximity with Zenopolis Prime long ago, and is a mountainous iceland, locked in it's slow orbit behind Zenopolis Prime, preventing it from getting real sunlight.

4. Sarius, Fero, and Gehrle - These three planets are far from the star, and are seen as nothing more than stars by the Tribonians. Each seems to glow a different color, Gehrle a pale orange, Fero a deep green, and Sarius a bright red. It is speculated that this is caused by certain minerals that are in abundance on these planets.

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