Tyrol System Description
Tyrol is a binary star system in danger of going nova. The looming cataclysmic, stellar explosion has left this system unclaimed and most of its planets uninhabited. Although the scientific community is keen to study the last stages of a star’s life, it is believed that the bulk of the system’s population are mainly criminals and those with nowhere else to go.
- Tyrol A
- Tyrol I
This small planet’s rocky surface is being burned away by the dying star.
- Tyrol II
Based on planetary analysis, scientists speculate that this planet might have formerly been a super-Earth.
- Tyrol III
Various scientific expeditions to study the planet have led to a debate whether this coreless world was destroyed by the star’s evolution or never completely formed.
- Tyrol IV
Classified as a chthonian planet, it is a former gas giant that lost its atmosphere. The remaining, dense planet core is a source of gemstones.
- Tyrol V
A former ice giant that has been melted down to its rocky surface. Home to the system’s largest settlement, Haven, which has been built into the side of a vast canyon. Considered a bastion for those with no place left to go, living here is dangerous in ma
- Tyrol VI
A typical gas giant orbiting the system’s outer reaches. Useful as a refueling spot.
- Tyrol VII
A protoplanet so small some scientist debate whether it qualifies as one.
- Tyrol Belt Alpha
A dense asteroid belt that has valuable minerals for those willing to extract them.
Lanisto - Tyrol 1a
Small communities of smugglers and squatters now occupy abandoned research facilities on this moon.
Name Type Size Habitable Membership Designation STAR 3277584 NO 0 Tyrol A PLANET 2561 YES 2143 Tyrol I PLANET 5414 NO 2293 Tyrol II PLANET 3434 NO 2145 Tyrol III PLANET 11210 NO 2286 Tyrol IV PLANET 14620 YES 2149 Tyrol V PLANET 61793 NO 2150 Tyrol VI PLANET 1031 NO 2471 Tyrol VII ASTEROID_BELT 0 NO 0 Tyrol Belt Alpha Lanisto SATELLITE 0 YES 0 Tyrol 1a Divisional Intrest