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System : Byae Phlue NW-W d1-38 - EDSM
Planet : Byae Phlue NW-W d1-38 A 5 - EDSM




Map Status : None - You need to be logged if you want to do the surface mapping.
Biological : 1
 Type : High metal content world
Radius : 2943.46 km - Area : 108.874 Mm²
Temperature : 239 K
Mass : 0.096 Earth Mass
Gravity : 0.453 G
Terraforming : Candidate for terraforming

Composition : Rock (67.13%), Metal (32.87%), Ice (0%)
Volcanism : No volcanism

Atmosphere : Thin Carbon dioxide
Pressure : 0.013 atm
 Materials :
    iron (23.57%)
    nickel (17.82%)
    sulphur (16.72%)
    carbon (14.06%)
    phosphorus (9%)
    zinc (6.4%)
    germanium (4.91%)
    zirconium (2.74%)
    cadmium (1.83%)
    molybdenum (1.54%)
    yttrium (1.41%)


Last update with EDSM : 3308-08-06 08:12:44



POI : Bacterium
Type : Aurasus
Name : Bacterium Aurasus - Lime

First discovered for ExTool : Kenjyo
True unicellular extremophiles capable of living in the full spectrum of temperatures, chemical soups and atmospheres. They form a kaleidoscopic range of patterns and colours based on their method of metabolism. They derive energy from photosynthetic chemosynthetic or thermosynthetic processes. These are believed to be the precursors for many life forms, and are often found in conjunction with other species. Links between the biochemistry of bacterial colonies and neighbouring organisms are likely but as yet unproven.

These bacteria thrive on sunlight in atmospheres rich with carbon clioxicle. They cause blanket coloration across a planetary surface.

DatePlanetNear coordinateDist2D3DTypeTXT1
3308-08-06 08:12:11Byae Phlue NW-W d1-38 A 5(10.6465,-132.1484)0 s2D3DOrgaSample - $Codex_Ent_Bacterial_01_Name;
3308-08-06 08:11:21Byae Phlue NW-W d1-38 A 5(10.6536,-132.1266)0 s2D3DOrgaSample - $Codex_Ent_Bacterial_01_Name;
3308-08-06 08:10:26Byae Phlue NW-W d1-38 A 5(10.645,-132.1094)0 s2D3DCodex$Codex_Ent_Bacterial_01_F_Name; - 2320104
3308-08-06 08:10:26Byae Phlue NW-W d1-38 A 5(10.645,-132.1094)0 s2D3DOrgaLog - $Codex_Ent_Bacterial_01_Name;


Original idea by SteFBlood & Sileo
Developed by Sileo
Planetary map by NASA WorldWind
Celestial map by D3-Celestial
Thx to Wing Atlantis, CMDR EfilOne, CMDR tonio-GMNH & CMDR Derek Windstorm