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Planet Koyasa in system Rimis (WBH655)

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Koyasa

Koyasa was originally the only planet orbiting around Langer. Millions of years ago, a neutron star passing by captured it. The inhabitants, a race of winged insectoids named Ruhnstani, made a giant effort to install warp engines on the planet crust, to make the world escape from the neutron star gravity, and travel for 200.000 years until the Rimis system. During the journey to the new star, the Ruhnstani lived in large caves, far below the surface, where the atmosphere was completely frozen in an iced cap. Thousands of years before the arrival, the scientists began to bring the engines back to life. ...

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This planet has 11 moons:
Chaver (no information available yet)
Nee (no information available yet)
Roske (no information available yet)
Asayrero (no information available yet)
Ausdin (no information available yet)
Dzugara (no information available yet)
Siber (no information available yet)
Ingerly (no information available yet)
Meil (no information available yet)
Bomad (no information available yet)
Hean (no information available yet)

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