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Solar sys

Different types of solar systems exists in the Out There universe. Solar system names are referred to by the type of star within each system.

Each type of system seems to have different probabilities of containing different types of planets and anomalies.

Yellow DwarfEdit

  • Rich in fuel
  • Dangerous Atmosphere
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A yellow dwarf orbited by 3 garden planets

May contain anomalies, gas giants, rocky planets and garden planets. It seems to have higher probability of containing a garden planet. 

Red GiantEdit

  • Rich in Fuel
  • Dangerous Atmosphere
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A red giant orbited by a garden planet, a rocky planet, and a gas giant

May contain anomalies, gas giants, rocky planets and garden planets.

Red DwarfEdit

  • Rich in Fuel
  • Dangerous Atmosphere
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A red dwarf orbited by 2 rocky planets and 1 gas giant

May contain anomalies. Usually contains zero or one gas giant, two or three rocky planets, and no garden planets. Garden planets are rarely found if ever present.

Blue GiantEdit

  • Rich in Fuel
  • Dangerous Atmosphere
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A blue giant orbited by 3 gas giants

May contain anomalies, gas giants, rocky planets and garden planets. They seem to have a higher chance of being orbited by gas giants.

White DwarfEdit

  • Rich in Fuel
  • Suicidal Atmosphere
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    A white dwarf orbited by a single rocky planet

Usually contains one a single rocky planet with no gas giants or garden planets.

Neutron StarEdit

  • Rich in Fuel
  • Suicidal Atmosphere
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A neutron star orbited by a gas giant and a rocky planet

May contain anomalies, gas giants, rocky planets and garden planets. Less likely to host a garden planet. They typically have one gas giant, one rocky planet, and 0 or 1 garden planets.

SupernovaEdit

  • Rich in Fuel
  • Very Dangerous Atmosphere
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A supernova near a gas giant, rocky planet, and garden planet

May contain anomalies, gas giants, rocky planets and garden planets. They seem to always have one rocky planet, 0 or 1 gas giants, and 0 or 1 garden planets.

Black HoleEdit

  • Dangerous Atmosphere
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A naturally-formed black hole, with an abandoned ship being all that orbits it

Naturally-occurring black holes only contain anomalies (space station or beacon) and do not hold any planets.

Yellow dwarf, after death seed

An artificially-formed black hole, orbited by 3 rocky planets that once supported life

Black holes formed from planting a death seed in other stars will still hold all planets and anomalies initially within the same star system, garden planets will become rocky planets.

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