Sigma-59

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Sigma-59
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System
Governing House
Region Border Worlds
Connected
Systems
Okinawa
Omicron Sigma
Sigma-19
Sigma-21

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System Overview

Astronomical Bodies
Stellar Objects

Blue Giant

  • TYPE: B7
  • LUMINOSITY: III
  • COLOR: Blue
  • TEMPERATURE: 13252K
  • MASS: 5.12 x 10e32 kg
  • DIAMETER: 7.31 x 10e8 km
Planet Nagaoka.jpg
Planet Nagaoka
uninhabited
Planet Toyohara.jpg
Planet Toyohara
uninhabited









  • None
  • Aniva Nebula
  • Kamo Belt
  • Koryu Cloud
  • Nagaoka Belt
  • Okha Nebula
Industrial Development
Faction Presence
Lawful Factions
Corporations & Guilds
Unlawful Factions



System Map


Areas of Interest

Nebulae

Aniva Nebula

>>>WARNING: NAVIGATIONAL HAZARD<<<<

A vast nebula of carbonaceous and rock asteroids combined with a hodgepodge of hydrogen-based Crow gases and dust from the central planetary fragments. Likely of a nominally brown color, the light from the intense Blue Giant at the system's center turns the foreboding cloud purple.

The GMG ascertained that space aboard Niigata could be granted for hydrocarbon mining or otherwise, pending more thorough exploration. Said exploration has been hampered by a minimum of scanner penetration through the chaotic mixture of dust. Oddly, rumors claim that Samura ships have been sighted within.


Koryu Cloud

A lonely wandering wisp of the Edge Nebula. Traffic within is sporadic due to only minor electric disturbances, although there are rumors of a jump hole within.


Okha Nebula

>>>WARNING: NAVIGATIONAL HAZARD<<<<

A medium-sized nebula of ionized hydrogen and helium. The GMG has announced interest in constructing miners to exploit its resources, but the plans have been halted due to considerable levels of pirate activity within.


Asteroid Fields

Kamo Belt

>>>CAUTION<<<

A field of planetary debris dragged into close orbit of the intense blue giant at the system's heart. Scientific surveys based from Niigata determined that the rocks were once a moon of the gas giant Nagaoka that was wrenched from its orbit by the star's gravity well, and destroyed by the incredible heat.

Intense solar radiation at a distance so near the star poses a tremendous risk to the ships of any curious sightseers, and the GMG has cautioned and tourists from Niigata from drawing too close.


Nagaoka Belt

A field of asteroids in tight orbit of the sizable Planet Nagaoka, likely attracted from the nearby Koryu Nebula. Nobeoka Platform was constructed nearby, though at a safe distance from any collision.


Jump Gates/Holes


See Also