Oso System Description
The most advanced primitive species ever discovered by the UEE lives in the Oso System and is a source of endless fascination for scientists. Because the native species is so advanced, the UEE has built Observation Base Chimera to monitor traffic in the system.
- Oso I
This tidally locked planet features a lightside that is a churning sea of lava while its darkside is a cold, stark iron-rich landscape.
- Oso II
The planet has a lush biosphere and breathable atmosphere that would make it ideal for Human habitation if it weren’t for the discovery of the Osonians. This multi-limbed, primitive creature is one of many unusual species found to inhabit the Fair Chance
- Oso III
This gas giant is believed to have been a rogue Jupiter that was pulled into orbit around Oso’s star. It is slightly green and white in color due to silicate clouds.
- Oso IV
A planet lacking both a core and an atmosphere. While initial scans showed its surface was rich in minerals, recent scans show those reserves much depleted causing speculation that miners have found their way past the UEE patrols in the system.
- Oso V
An ice giant with a highly lethal atmosphere of ammonia vapor.
- Oso VI
A rocky dwarf planet completely lacking in resources.
Yogi Station - OB Chimera
Staffed by a rotating military contingent ordered to protect the system from outside interference. A recent Senate report revealed corruption among the staff and portrayed them as being less than diligent about doing their jobs.
Name Type Size Habitable Membership Designation STAR 839456 NO 0 Oso PLANET 6049 NO 2375 Oso I PLANET 4313 YES 2426 Oso II PLANET 48344 NO 2370 Oso III PLANET 6906 NO 2369 Oso IV PLANET 27693 NO 2460 Oso V PLANET 3205 NO 2461 Oso VI Yogi Station MANMADE 0 YES 2462 OB Chimera Primary Intrest Indigenous Life Research Secondary Intrest Observation Station, Protection Divisional Intrest