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Planet Jem in system Lyxan Prime (QBJ556)

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Jem

A large asteroid is being heated up and inflated to form a bubble. Once it is cooled it will be hollow inside creating a miniature outside in world. This is the first step in creating larger artificial structures to orbit a star and support life. The rings are artificial and made of a highly reflective metals that will be used to heat up the planetoid then later as solar panels to transfer power to Jem's power plants. The single moon will help create tides within the structure if successful.

The time has come now that Jem has cooled to inspect the interior is suitable to begin working on. If there are no flaws then construction and planting will begin to make the inside livable and self sustaining.

A partial atmosphere has been created inside to begin the terra forming process of making Jem habitable.

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This planet has 1 moons:
Dravin Used to monitor Jem's transformation.

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User 'dragonspice' updated this system november 5, 2013.
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wert - april 3, 2012:
Well thought out and a great depth of infomation.

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