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  • Kallis System

    Kallis System Description

    Kallis is a developing system whose planetary masses are still in the process of forming, much to the interest of the scientific community. Even though it lacks any lifeforms, it is currently protected by the Fair Chance Act so that researchers may take advantage of this unique opportunity to watch a system’s formation firsthand.

    - Kallis

    - Kallis I
    A small mass believed to be developing into a protoplanet.

    - Kallis II
    A rocky terrestrial world forming between two asteroid belts. Currently shares an orbit with Kallis III.

    - Kallis III
    Sharing the same orbital path as Kallis II, scientists are eagerly watching and wondering if one of the planets will subsume the other.

    - Kallis IV
    A world dominated by volcanic activity that appears to be forming an atmosphere. Members of the scientific community are particularly fixated on Kalis IV, survey number DXP-55.7c, and track its progress from the edge of the system with orbital platforms a

    - Kallis V
    A rocky terrestrial planet without an atmosphere. It is believed that a massive meteor strike created the accretion disk swirling around this world. The coalescing debris has some scientists hypothesizing that the disk may form into a moon.

    - Kallis VI
    A forming terrestrial, carbon planet still early in its development.

    - Kallis VII
    Scientists are watching this burgeoning gas giant’s atmosphere closely to study storm formations.

    - Kallis Belt Alpha
    This belt features an unusual amount of motion as asteroids are pulled out of their orbits by the formation of larger bodies throughout the system making for hazardous traversal.

    - Kallis Belt Beta
    This belt is mostly dust and smaller than average asteroids, which have caused some to theorize that it may be composed of remnants from the formation of Kallis II and Kallis III.

    OB Station Gryphon - Science Station
    An observation post for scientists studying the developing system.

    - Kallis V Accretion Disk

    - Kallis VIII
    Witnessing the formation of this ice giant is of great interest to the scientific community as there are still debates as to the exact process. Composed of heavier elements than normal gas giants, it is currently believed that Kallis VIII formed closer to

    - Kallis IX
    This small dwarf planet’s surface is a barren icy tundra dotted with active cryovolcanoes that spew freezing magma into the tumultuous ammonia-rich atmosphere. Scientists theorize that Kallis IX will slowly grow dormant over the next few millennia.

    PLANET4268NO2357Kallis I
    PLANET6573NO2351Kallis II
    PLANET3593NO2347Kallis III
    PLANET6873NO2342Kallis IV
    PLANET7645NO2339Kallis V
    PLANET6692NO2338Kallis VI
    PLANET56837NO2337Kallis VII
    ASTEROID_BELT0NO0Kallis Belt Alpha
    ASTEROID_BELT0NO0Kallis Belt Beta
    OB Station GryphonMANMADE0YES2539Science Station
    ASTEROID_BELT1NO0Kallis V Accretion Disk
    PLANET32342NO2542Kallis VIII
    PLANET2698NO2540Kallis IX
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