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by The Stellar Ascendancy of Solariia. . 7 reads.

List of Planets and Megastructures of Solariia

The Solarii Star System


Stellar Orbital Chart


General Overview

Age
4.434 billion years

Spherical Distance
260 billion kilometers

Solar Mass
5.28
⠀⠀┗ Solarii I: 3.6
⠀⠀┗ Solarii II: 0.69
⠀⠀┗ Solarii III: 0.71
⠀⠀┗ Solarii IV: 0.28


Planetary System Populations

Stars
1

Planets
22

Inhabiting Nations
Solariia

The Solarii System is a quaternary star system gravitationally bound by Solarii I. The system contains four major stars, twenty-two planets, hundreds of moons and other celestial bodies. The system's most notable features are Solarii I's relatively large size compared to other stars its size and the mutual orbit of Solarii II and III.

The Solarii System formed 4.4 billion years ago from the gravitational collapse of a giant interstellar molecular cloud. The vast majority of the system's mass is found within the four stars. All planets within the system are capable of supporting life following terraforming efforts by Autropolis. The original eleven planets capable of supporting life were: Aracelia, Arielis, Aureum, Aureus, Avitius, Liberius, Naevius, Piria, Pompeius, Pris, and Saveria.

Stars


Icon

Name

Designation

Description

Solarii I

Class A Star

These relatively young white or bluish-white main-sequence stars are typically among the most visible to the naked eye. They are large and rotate very quickly, but will eventually evolve into slower and cooler red giants. This star is notably much larger than its typical Class-A counterparts warranting further research.

Solarii II

Class G Star

Often referred to as yellow dwarves, G-type stars actually range in color from white to slightly yellow. Main-sequence stars fuse hydrogen for roughly 10 billion years before they expand and become red giants. Although their lifespans are shorter than K-type stars, worlds inside the habitable zone of a G star often enjoy optimal conditions for the development of life.

Solarii III

Class G Star

Often referred to as yellow dwarves, G-type stars actually range in color from white to slightly yellow. Main-sequence stars fuse hydrogen for roughly 10 billion years before they expand and become red giants. Although their lifespans are shorter than K-type stars, worlds inside the habitable zone of a G star often enjoy optimal conditions for the development of life.

Solarii IV

Class M Star

The most common stars in the universe, often referred to as red dwarves. Their low luminosity means they are difficult to observe with the naked eye from afar. Although they typically have an extremely long lifespan, red dwarves emit almost no UV light resulting in unfavorable conditions for most forms of life.

Planets


Icon

Name

Star

Designation

Description

Aelia

Solarii IV

Mining World

Due to the presence of a unique ore, strip mines, quarries, boreholes, and heavy machinery dominate this planet's surface.

Aelius

Solarii IV

Mining World

Due to the presence of a unique ore, strip mines, quarries, boreholes, and heavy machinery dominate this planet's surface.

Aracelia

Solarii I

Rural World

The nature of this planet's production dispenses with the need for major urban centers.

Arielis

Solarii I

Tech-World

This world is a seat of scientific research and technological advancement.

Auraxii

Solarii IV

Fortress World

Dominated by planetary defenses, bunkers and strongholds, foreign invasion and civil unrest will prove difficult on this world.

Aureum

Solarii II, III

Ecumenopolis

A densely populated planet; vast complexes of urban centers, factories and forges span this endless city-wide planet with no particular specialization.

Aureus

Solarii II, III

Capital World - Ecumenopolis

The densely populated capital planet of an interstellar civilization; vast complexes of government buildings, bureaus and agency headquarters blend into vast urban complexes in this seemingly endless city-wide planet specializing in interstellar government administration.

Avitius

Solarii II, III

Rural World

The nature of this planet's production dispenses with the need for major urban centers.

Kassia

Solarii I

Mining World

Strip mines, quarries, boreholes, and heavy machinery dominate this planet's surface.

Kiridau

Solarii II, III

Forge World

The heat of alloy foundries can be felt almost everywhere on this planet.

Laurus

Solarii II, III

Fortress World

Dominated by planetary defenses, bunkers and strongholds, foreign invasion and civil unrest will prove difficult on this world.

Liberius

Solarii I

Refinery World

Much of the planet surface is covered in a vast network of pipes, refineries, and distilleries.

Naevius

Solarii II, III

Tech World

This world is a seat of scientific research and technological advancement.

Nazarius

Solarii II, III

Refinery World

Much of the planet surface is covered in a vast network of pipes, refineries, and distilleries.

Omicron

Solarii IV

Fortress World

Dominated by planetary defenses, bunkers and strongholds, foreign invasion and civil unrest will prove difficult on this world.

Orson

Solarii I

Rural World

The nature of this planet's production dispenses with the need for major urban centers.

Piria

Solarii II, III

Industrial World

This planet specializes in manufactories, workshops, and civilian industries.

Pompeius

Solarii II, III

Agri-World

Picturesque pastoral landscapes featuring flourishing crops are effaced only minutely by the ever-present scent of fertilizer.

Pris

Solarii I

Mining World

Strip mines, quarries, boreholes, and heavy machinery dominate this planet's surface.

Sal

Solarii IV

Forge World

The heat of alloy foundries can be felt almost everywhere on this planet.

Saveria

Solarii II, III

Generator World

Nigh-endless complexes of generator plants hum and glow on this planet.

Spirius

Solarii IV

Fortress World

Dominated by planetary defenses, bunkers and strongholds, foreign invasion and civil unrest will prove difficult on this world.

Megastructures


Icon

Name

Designation

Description

Auraxii-Omicron Segment One

Fortress Ring Segment

A massive ringworld segment dedicated to military research and live exercises.

Auraxii-Omicron Segment Two

Fortress Ring Segment

A massive ringworld segment dedicated to military research and live exercises.

Auraxii-Omicron Segment Three

Research Ring Segment

An immense ringworld section dedicated to the advancement of knowledge.

Auraxii-Omicron Segment Four

Research Ring Segment

An immense ringworld section dedicated to the advancement of knowledge.

Auraxii-Omicron Segment Five

Agriculture Ring Segment

Endless fields are supported by the infrastructure of this ring world section to maximize growing potential.

Auraxii-Omicron Segment Six

Generator Ring Segment

Linking generator segments together across this ring world section provides efficiencies of scale.

Auraxii-Omicron Segment Seven

Commercial Ring Segment

If you can't buy it here, it either doesn't exist or you didn't really want it anyway.

Aureum Arcology Ring

Orbital Arcology Ring

A small ringworld around Aureum, providing additional districts.

Aureus Arcology Ring

Orbital Arcology Ring

A small ringworld around Aureus, providing additional districts.

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