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Planet Quequet in system Pequate (RCE144)

  Skarbuqu   Bliquez     Noquid   Quilder  
Plounque
  Liquim   Verquys   Moniquuf   Koqueej  
Sawquuv
 
Boqui
  Flengliqua  
Kilmonquich
 
Pleaquith
 
Quyxuzoik
 
Onquelta
 
Himquealokon
 
Greezquab
  Shauequau   Shunequea  

Quequet

The inhabitants of Quequet are paranoid.
They are a quite evolved species of beings, high intelligence and creativity. But they are paranoid. Extreme xenophobes and not willing to even acknowledge signals sent from other star systems.

They have taken paranoia to the extreme by using all the resources available within the system to create a layer of mines around their entire star system. At a distance of just under 60000*10^6 km from the star (outside the Oort and Kuyper belts) is a field of magnetic mines approximately 2000km thick, averaging around 1km apart. This is a staggering number of mines, so many that it is impossible to keep track of without hundreds of thousands of dedicated supercomputers.
Each mine consists of a small hydrogen fusion device on the order of 10mt. Detonation of one will activate any within 10 km to seek out the center of the explosion and search for the cause.
Dedicated mine producing facilities exist on every planet (or one of the moons) and is ready to replace any mine at a moments notice. Using small shielded warp jump ships they can place any mine where it is needed within hours.

Moons
This planet has 35 moons:
RCE144.3.1 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.2 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.3 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.4 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.5 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.6 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.7 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.8 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.9 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.10 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.11 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.12 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.13 (no information available yet)
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RCE144.3.21 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.22 (no information available yet)
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RCE144.3.26 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.27 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.28 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.29 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.30 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.31 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.32 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.33 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.34 (no information available yet)
RCE144.3.35 (no information available yet)

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User 'revco' updated this system march 30, 2012.
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