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Planet Sangga in system Kaaraee (TDK007)

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Sangga

While the planet itself is a frigid ball of water ice and methane, incapable of supporting sentient life, three of the planet's large companion moons support complex life.

Gravitational pull between the moons and Sang'ga creates intense tectonic movement, which in turn generates vast amounts of geothermal heat, allowing life to exist here.

Sangga #1

The first moon of note is riddled with caverns, dug by huge silicon-based worm-like creatures. Despite all attempts by the Sangeeli (see below), they have not shown the ability to communicate. A variety of other burrowing creatures live in the nitrogen-rich subsurface, all of which either use powerful acids to free the life-sustaining minerals from the rock matrix, or cultivate such creatures in their bodies.

Sangga #2

The second moon is entirely covered by dense jungle, and is a world entirely populated by vegetation. When the Sangeeli first landed on this planet, they introduced a handful of animals unintentionally, and almost ruined the ecosystem.

Only a rapid effort to kill the loose animals saved large areas from total deforestation. The Sangeeli have found ruins here, and spent vast resources deciphering the runes and pictograms found here. Indeed, it is from these pictograms that the Sangeeli learned how to travel between the stars. A sample of the writing is thus:



-|----|--|-||--|--|------|-----|-|--||---|--||----|------|--||||-|-|-|-|-|-|--|---|------|---|||-|--||||-|---|--

-|-|--||--|----|-|-|-|||-|--||||-|-|--|--|---|----|------|--|--|-|-|--||--|------|-|-|---|--|----|---|-|-|-||--|

--|--|||-|-|-||--|---|-|--|------|---||--|--||||-|-|-|-|-|--|||--|---|----|------|-|-|-|-|-|--||--|------|-----|

-|--|||--|---|----|------|-----|-|-|--|--|---|-|--|------|----||-|--||||-|--||-|-|--|--|-|--|||--|---|||--|----|



Sangga #28

The last moon is perhaps the most interesting, since it is home to the system's sentient life. The moon Sang'a is home to the Sangeeli species, and is a water-world, completely covered by liquid or solid water.



TBC

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This planet has 28 moons:
TDK007.3.1 (no information available yet)
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User 'revco' updated this system october 7, 2011.
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