Tamsa System Description
The Tamsa System is the most recent addition to the UEE and contains two planets in orbit around a black hole. It was discovered in 2943 by Banu explorer Cothi Bat-Thel-Ma, who named it after visual artist Tamsa Wheel. Currently, the system is unavailable to the public while UEE surveyors assess the system as required by the Fair Chance Act.
- Tamsa I
A rogue planet orbiting close to a black hole.
- Tamsa II
Scientists are currently researching how this gas giant avoided the fate of its planetary partner.
Name Type Size Habitable Membership Designation BLACKHOLE 0 NO 0 Tamsa PLANET 7067 NO 2290 Tamsa I PLANET 25080 NO 1853 Tamsa II Jump Points Banshee Primary Intrest - Secondary Intrest Black Hole Centre Divisional Intrest