Helios System Description
Helios is a unique system because of the helium-strong type B star at its center. It creates fierce solar wind that can interfere with ship sensors. The UEE military takes advantage of this phenomenon to shield their exact activities at Hephaestus Station and Helios IV. Recently, the beautiful, oceanic planet of Tangaroa (Helios II) has become a popular tourist destination.
Tangaroa - Helios II
Frequent volcanic activity on this large ocean world results in the creation of temporary landmasses that are often used as brief recreational sites by visiting watersport enthusiasts. The planet’s more permanent residents traditionally live in underwater
- Helios I
A barren, coreless world whose proximity to the sun makes its limited resources difficult to access.
- Helios III
A large hydrogen-rich gas giant.
- Helios IV
Helios IV has been completely reserved for military use by the UEE and houses numerous bases and classified facilities.
- Hephaestus Station
A restricted access military station in orbit around Helios II that is frequently used by the Navy for training exercises.
Name Type Size Habitable Membership Designation STAR 4567894 NO 0 Helios Tangaroa PLANET 8152 YES 2505 Helios II PLANET 1646 NO 2446 Helios I PLANET 137932 NO 2447 Helios III PLANET 1917 YES 1411 Helios IV MANMADE 0 YES 2506 Hephaestus Station Divisional Intrest