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|systemname = Munich
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| name = Munich
|image = Munich.jpg
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| nickname =
|region = [[Rheinland]]
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| image = Munich.jpg
|owner = [[Federal Republic of Rheinland]]
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| government = {{House Link | Rheinland}}
|description =  
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| region = Rheinland
|settledplanets =
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| neighbors = [[Frankfurt]]<br/>[[Omicron Xi]]<br/>[[Sigma-15]]<br/>
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|description =
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An ongoing series of experiments by scientists from Kishiro and Samura, has resulted in a slight eccentricity in one of Munich's suns developing into a catastrophic stellar ejection event. These Kusari corporations had leased land on Nuremburg, and in orbit near Augsburg, in order to experiment with gate technology and jump drives. Over several months, the orbital deviation of its smallest star was observed to become larger. It was a 'perfect storm' of the wrong experiments being performed, in the wrong place at the wrong time. Whilst there was plenty of time to evacuate the residents of Augsburg Orbital Colony, the political impact could not be avoided. Kishiro and Samura were forced to pay significant reparations to the Rheinland government. In turn, the Bundestag had to pay for new accommodations for the well-connected elites who made Augsburg their home. Most ended up re-settling on Baden Baden, with the less wealthy residents and workers moving to Nuremberg and Holstein.
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The Augsburg colony took the worst blow when the Munich Disaster struck. Much of the base ended up mired in the irradiated murk that now surrounds the system, which has rendered the base all but uninhabitable. ALG is attempting a salvage operation, rebuilding the station using components salvaged from the wreck, but many parts of it are irreparably damaged. The Junkers have also been drawn to the wreck, and have begun stripping down parts of it - salvaging whatever valuables or information the wealthy inhabitants may have left behind during the evacuation. Aside from ALG and Junker salvage vessels, few civilian ships are able to safely operate inside the irradiated belt, so the Rheinland authorities have not been able to put a stop to the Junker activities.
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Although the Augsburg colony took extreme damage during the Munich Disaster, it was not considered to be a total writeoff. In what may be the largest salvage contract since the Yanagi project, ALG was tasked by Republican to dismantle still functional parts of the Augsburg colony, and reassemble them into a new station outside of the irradiated zone. Analysts are sceptical that the current state of Munich will be a large attraction to wealthy inhabitants, and expect that Republican will turn the station into a production facility of sorts.
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In 827 AS when the Rheinland Civil War started the munich system has become one of the most important resistance stronghold of the [[Federalists]]
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| suns =
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'''Medium Blue Green'''
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* TYPE: A4
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* LUMINOSITY: IV
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* COLOR: Blue-Green
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* TEMPERATURE: 8K
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* MASS: 2.01 x 10e30 kg
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* DIAMETER: 1.55 x 10e7 km
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'''Green Dwarf'''
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* TYPE: F4
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* LUMINOSITY: V
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* COLOR: Green
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* TEMPERATURE: 6K
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* MASS: 1.50 x 10e30 kg
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* DIAMETER: 0.96 x 10e7 km
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| fields =
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* Alps Clouds
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* Chiemsee Asteroid Fields
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* Schwarzwald Cloud
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| lawful-factions =
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* [[Federalists]]
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* [[Rheinland Military]]
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* [[Rheinland Police]]
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| trade-factions =
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* [[Junkers]]
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* [[ALG Waste Disposal]]
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| unlawful-factions =  
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* [[Bundschuh]]
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* [[Corsairs]]
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* [[Unioners]]
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|stations=
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* '''[[Fort Augsburg]]''' -- ''[[Federalists]]''
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* '''[[Eltmann Moor]]''' -- ''[[Bundschuh]]''
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* '''[[Ingolstadt Station]]'''--''[[Junkers]]''
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* '''[[Leipheim Base]]''' -- ''[[Unioners]]''
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* '''[[Neu Augsburg Outpost]]''' -- ''[[ALG Waste Disposal]]''
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* '''[[Passau Outpost]]''' -- ''[[Federalists]]''
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* '''[[Raubling Station]]''' -- ''[[Federalists]]''
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|planets=
 
|planets=
*{{Planet|Planet Nuremberg|Inhabited|Nuremberg.jpg}}
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{{Planet|Nordlingen|Uninhabited|Nordlingen.jpg}}
{{Planet|Planet Bodensee|Uninhabited|Bodensee.jpg}}
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{{Planet|Planet Bodensee|Uninhabited|Planet Bodensee.jpg}}
{{Planet|Nordlingen|Uninhabited|Planet_Nordlingen.jpg}}
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{{Planet|Planet Nuremberg|destroyed|Planet Nuremberg.jpg}}
{{Planet|Planet Rosenheim|Uninhabited|Rosenheim.jpg}}
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{{Planet|Planet Rosenheim|Uninhabited|Planet Rosenheim.jpg}}<br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/>
|stations =
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*[[Ingolstadt Station]]
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| mining-zones =  
*[[Battleship Regensburg]]
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*[[Augsburg Orbital Colony]]
 
*[[Augsburg Docking Wing]]
 
*[[Raubling Station]]
 
*[[Eltmann Outpost]]
 
*[[Leipheim Base]]
 
|unsettledplanets =
 
|lawfulnpcs =
 
* [[Rheinland Military]]
 
* [[Rheinland Federal Police]]
 
* [[Daumann Heavy Construction]]
 
* [[Republican Shipping]]
 
|semi-lawfulnpcs =
 
*[[Junkers]]
 
|unlawfulnpcs =
 
*[[Unioners]]
 
*[[Bundschuh]]
 
|commodities =
 
*[[Military Vehicles]]
 
|mineable =
 
*[[Copper]]
 
 
}}
 
}}
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==System Map==
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{{Spoiler|[[File:Munich Navmap.jpg|700px|]]|Spoiler: Navmap 4.91}}
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=Areas of Interest=
 
=Areas of Interest=
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==Nebulae==
 
==Nebulae==
===Schwarzwald Cloud===
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A beautiful cloud of green dust and asteroids in the west of the Munich system, the Schwarzwald Cloud contains significant amounts of cobalt that Kruger Minerals has mined for centuries, although in recent decades it has suffered considerable setbacks after continual raids on the mining platforms by pirates. The Unioners and the Bundschuh often frequent the cloud, sometimes launching attacks against Augsburg Orbital Colony. However, the colony is well protected, and the pirates may only succeed in hijacking the occasional trading convoy. The Bundschuh are also believed to have a base in the cloud, although its location is unknown.
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'''Alps Clouds'''
===Alps Cloud===
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A beautiful cloud of green dust and asteroids in the north of the Munich system, the Alps Cloud contains significant amounts of Silicon that Kruger Minerals has mined for centuries, although in recent decades it has suffered considerable setbacks after continual raids on the mining platforms by pirates. Up until a few years ago, Corsairs were often sighted in the cloud and it was believed to be the primary meeting point for the Unioners and Corsairs. Since the ending of the Corsair-Unioner alliance, the Unioners have used the cloud as a hideout to launch attacks against Ingolstadt, and it is believed they have a base located somewhere within its confines.
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A once beautiful cloud of green dust and asteroids in the north of the Munich system, the Alps Cloud contains significant amounts of silicon. The Munich disaster has dispersed large portions of the field, but two major fragments remain at the edge of the Munich system. All civilian travel into these fields has stopped, as any minerals within are now heavily contaminated. Corsairs and Unioners frequent the fields, using it as cover to launch raids on the tradelanes.  
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[[Image:Alps_Cloud_(2).jpg|150px|thumb|left|Alps Cloud]]
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'''Schwarzwald Cloud'''
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A once beautiful cloud of green dust and asteroids in the west of the Munich system, the Schwarzwald Cloud has managed to survive the Munich disaster relatively intact. Any resources within are contaminated and useless. The Bundschuh have a strong presence in the field, and Unioners have been spotted inside as well.
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[[Image:Schwarzwald_Cloud.jpg|150px|thumb|left|Schwarzwald Cloud]]
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==Asteroid Fields==
 
==Asteroid Fields==
===Chiemsee Asteroid Field===
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A mineable asteroid field named after a large German lake, Chiemsee is currently mined by the Daumann Heavy Constructions. Raubling Station was built by Daumann in the vicinity of the field.
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'''Chiemsee Asteroid Fields'''
=Notable Events=
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A mineable asteroid field named after a large German lake, Chiemsee is currently mined by the Daumann Heavy Constructions. The Munich disaster fractured the field into two smaller pieces.  
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==Other Stellar Phenomena==
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'''Nuremberg Dark Matter Storm'''
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Dark matter storms related to the Munich Disaster, engulfing much of the Munich system, with this one encompassing [[Planet Nuremberg]] and [[Nordlingen]] on the right side of the system.
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[[Image:Nuremburg_Storm.png|150px|thumb|left|Nuremberg Dark Matter Storm]]
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'''Left Munich Dark Matter Storm'''
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This dark matter storm, also a result of the Munich Disaster, encompasses [[Planet Bodensee]] and [[Fort Augsburg]] on the left middle of the system. It is a smaller storm then the Nuremberg storm, and only encompasses the middle of the left hand side of Munich.
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[[Image:Left_Bodensee_Storm.png|150px|thumb|left|Left Munich Dark Matter Storm]]
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==Jump Gates/Holes==
 
==Jump Gates/Holes==
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!Target System!!Location!!Type
 
!Target System!!Location!!Type
 
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|[[Frankfurt]]||E7||Jump Gate
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|[[Frankfurt]]||D8||Jump Gate
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|[[Frankfurt]]||B3||Jump Hole
 
 
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|[[Halle]]||C7||Jump Hole
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|[[Frankfurt]]||A6||Jump Hole
 
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|[[Luneburg]]||D3||Jump Hole
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|[[Omicron Xi]]||H1||Jump Hole
 
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|[[Sigma-17]]||F3||Jump Hole
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|[[Sigma-15]]||A3||Jump Hole
 
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[[Category: Systems]]
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=See Also=
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[[Category: Rheinland]]
 
[[Category: Rheinland]]
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[[Category: Federalists]]

Latest revision as of 04:33, 20 June 2020

Munich
Munich.jpg
System
Governing House Flag-rheinland.png Rheinland
Region Rheinland
Connected
Systems
Frankfurt
Omicron Xi
Sigma-15

An ongoing series of experiments by scientists from Kishiro and Samura, has resulted in a slight eccentricity in one of Munich's suns developing into a catastrophic stellar ejection event. These Kusari corporations had leased land on Nuremburg, and in orbit near Augsburg, in order to experiment with gate technology and jump drives. Over several months, the orbital deviation of its smallest star was observed to become larger. It was a 'perfect storm' of the wrong experiments being performed, in the wrong place at the wrong time. Whilst there was plenty of time to evacuate the residents of Augsburg Orbital Colony, the political impact could not be avoided. Kishiro and Samura were forced to pay significant reparations to the Rheinland government. In turn, the Bundestag had to pay for new accommodations for the well-connected elites who made Augsburg their home. Most ended up re-settling on Baden Baden, with the less wealthy residents and workers moving to Nuremberg and Holstein.

The Augsburg colony took the worst blow when the Munich Disaster struck. Much of the base ended up mired in the irradiated murk that now surrounds the system, which has rendered the base all but uninhabitable. ALG is attempting a salvage operation, rebuilding the station using components salvaged from the wreck, but many parts of it are irreparably damaged. The Junkers have also been drawn to the wreck, and have begun stripping down parts of it - salvaging whatever valuables or information the wealthy inhabitants may have left behind during the evacuation. Aside from ALG and Junker salvage vessels, few civilian ships are able to safely operate inside the irradiated belt, so the Rheinland authorities have not been able to put a stop to the Junker activities.

Although the Augsburg colony took extreme damage during the Munich Disaster, it was not considered to be a total writeoff. In what may be the largest salvage contract since the Yanagi project, ALG was tasked by Republican to dismantle still functional parts of the Augsburg colony, and reassemble them into a new station outside of the irradiated zone. Analysts are sceptical that the current state of Munich will be a large attraction to wealthy inhabitants, and expect that Republican will turn the station into a production facility of sorts.

In 827 AS when the Rheinland Civil War started the munich system has become one of the most important resistance stronghold of the Federalists

System Overview

Astronomical Bodies
Stellar Objects

Medium Blue Green

  • TYPE: A4
  • LUMINOSITY: IV
  • COLOR: Blue-Green
  • TEMPERATURE: 8K
  • MASS: 2.01 x 10e30 kg
  • DIAMETER: 1.55 x 10e7 km

Green Dwarf

  • TYPE: F4
  • LUMINOSITY: V
  • COLOR: Green
  • TEMPERATURE: 6K
  • MASS: 1.50 x 10e30 kg
  • DIAMETER: 0.96 x 10e7 km
Nordlingen.jpg
Nordlingen
Uninhabited
Planet Bodensee.jpg
Planet Bodensee
Uninhabited
Planet Nuremberg.jpg
Planet Rosenheim.jpg
Planet Rosenheim
Uninhabited












  • None
  • Alps Clouds
  • Chiemsee Asteroid Fields
  • Schwarzwald Cloud
Industrial Development
Faction Presence
Lawful Factions
Corporations & Guilds
Unlawful Factions



System Map


Areas of Interest

Nebulae

Alps Clouds

A once beautiful cloud of green dust and asteroids in the north of the Munich system, the Alps Cloud contains significant amounts of silicon. The Munich disaster has dispersed large portions of the field, but two major fragments remain at the edge of the Munich system. All civilian travel into these fields has stopped, as any minerals within are now heavily contaminated. Corsairs and Unioners frequent the fields, using it as cover to launch raids on the tradelanes.

Alps Cloud



Schwarzwald Cloud

A once beautiful cloud of green dust and asteroids in the west of the Munich system, the Schwarzwald Cloud has managed to survive the Munich disaster relatively intact. Any resources within are contaminated and useless. The Bundschuh have a strong presence in the field, and Unioners have been spotted inside as well.

Schwarzwald Cloud



Asteroid Fields

Chiemsee Asteroid Fields

A mineable asteroid field named after a large German lake, Chiemsee is currently mined by the Daumann Heavy Constructions. The Munich disaster fractured the field into two smaller pieces.


Other Stellar Phenomena

Nuremberg Dark Matter Storm

Dark matter storms related to the Munich Disaster, engulfing much of the Munich system, with this one encompassing Planet Nuremberg and Nordlingen on the right side of the system.

Nuremberg Dark Matter Storm



Left Munich Dark Matter Storm

This dark matter storm, also a result of the Munich Disaster, encompasses Planet Bodensee and Fort Augsburg on the left middle of the system. It is a smaller storm then the Nuremberg storm, and only encompasses the middle of the left hand side of Munich.

Left Munich Dark Matter Storm



Jump Gates/Holes


See Also