Burgundy

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Burgundy
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System
Governing House Flag-gallia.png Gallia
Region Gallia
Connected
Systems
Champagne
Dauphine
Ile-de-France
Lorraine

No description available.

System Overview

Astronomical Bodies
Stellar Objects

Medium White

  • TYPE: G8
  • LUMINOSITY: IV
  • COLOR: White
  • TEMPERATURE: 5K
  • MASS: 2.00 x 10e30 kg
  • DIAMETER: 1.85 x 10e7 km

Medium Blue

  • TYPE: B2
  • LUMINOSITY: IV
  • COLOR: Blue
  • TEMPERATURE: 14K
  • MASS: 2.12 x 10e30 kg
  • DIAMETER: 1.69 x 10e7 km
Auxerre.jpg
Auxerre
Uninhabited
Clamency.jpg
Clamency
Uninhabited
Le Creusot.jpg
Le Creusot
Uninhabited
Marigny.jpg
Marigny
Uninhabited
Planet Beaune.jpg
Planet Beaune
Uninhabited
Planet Maligny.jpg
Planet Maligny
Uninhabited
Planet Orville.jpg
Planet Orville
Uninhabited
Planet Tonerre.jpg
Planet Tonnerre
Uninhabited
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Saulieu
Uninhabited




























  • None
  • Autun Nebula
  • Cote-d'Or Asteroid Field
  • Genlis Debris Field
  • Morvan Asteroid Field
  • Tille Debris Field
  • Voiron Asteroid Field
Industrial Development
Faction Presence
Lawful Factions
Corporations & Guilds
Unlawful Factions



System Map


Areas of Interest

Nebulae

Autun Nebula

A vast nebula consistent mainly of small ice particles.

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Saint-Remy Nebula

A medium-sized nebula of ice particles located within the Nievre Asteroid Field.

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Asteroid Fields

Voiron Asteroid Field

A relatively large asteroid field in the densely populated area of the Burgundy system. Council activity is known to be high within the field, with pirates of various kinds also present.

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Morvan Asteroid Field

An asteroid field in a populated area of Burgundy system. Gallic Brigands activity is known to be high within the field borders, and civilians are advised to keep their distance.

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Cote-d'Or Asteroid Field

A large asteroid field in a remote region of Burgundy. Remains largely unexplored.

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Artificial Formations

Genlis Debris Field

A medium-sized field of large space debris remaining after construction of the Dijon Station. This area was also used to dump debris remaining after other Burgundy base construction sites. Junkers have made an attempt to clear outer parts of the field, but after the start of Second Gallic War it became obvious that this operation won't reach completion anytime soon.

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Tille Debris Field

A debris field located not far from Alesia Station, formed after construction of Alesia, Avallon and nearby trade lanes in 600-700 A.S.

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Planet Tonnerre

A planet of immense size and gravitation, Tonnerre is the center of the explored parts of the Burgundy system. Located between two stars, this gas giant is not only the largest planet in all Gallia (and probably in all Sirius)), but also has the largest known system of planetary rings. The rings consist of three distinct parts: colorful inner rings containing dust and rock asteroids, and a white outer ring consisting mainly of ice asteroids and small ice particles. Tonnerre has four moons, namely Yonne, Auxerre, Chatillion-sur-Seine, and Saulieu. Simulations indicate that another two planetoids in the system used to orbit it as well.

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Jump Gates/Holes


See Also