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Planet Praia in system Centax (NHA149)

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Praia

This planet is home to one of the only fully terraformed colonies of the Ma'sono. The gas giant itself has been the source of gas mining for decades and was the destination of the first interplanetary expedition launched by the Ma'sono Republic, with the 12th moon, known as Sona, becoming the first colony outside of the vicinity of Secal.

The crumbling remains of an underground Progenitor facility were discovered on the moon of Sona about seven years before the outbreak of the Interplanetary War. In the bottom level of the facility a research team discovered a device that seemed to create artificial wormholes when it was first used. Translated records have shown that it was built and activated around the time the Progenitors disappeared. Studies on the device have shown that, while the technology used to build it is obviously very advanced, the Progenitors never figured out how to pinpoint exact coordinates in space. Anyone who goes through that thing would come out in an unknown location within or outside the galaxy. If the Progenitors actually did use the device, then it would be almost impossible to pinpoint their exact location, assuming they didn't end up inside a star or other stellar object, from the Centax system. The device itself seemed to be just big enough to allow small spacecraft through.

There was also evidence that many more of this type were created, but were either destroyed, lost, or never completed. There was also evidence that this particular device was activated twice, with the second activation lasting only mere minutes while the first lasted days. This suggests that any Progenitors or 'far-outsiders' that traveled through may have been transported to another location than those who journeyed through during the first activation.

Moons
This planet has 62 moons:
NHA149.5.1 (no information available yet)
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Sona This moon had sufficient size and atmospheric composition to allow for complete terraforming by the Ma'sono during the Expansion Period, thus allowing for its inhabitants to exist on the surface without the aid of environmental suits or breathing apparatuses.
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User 'alpha117' updated this system february 10, 2016.
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User 'revco' updated this system march 12, 2012.
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gehenna - november 15, 2015:
Hmmmm.. mountains five thousand billion kilometers high? seriously? considering an A.U. (the distance between our sun and earth is close to 150 million kms, the size of those mountains is, frankly, ridiculous. Other than that, nice system and story.

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