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Corvus System

The Corvus system is the starting location of the player. Corvus is predominantly Hegemony, Independent, and Pirate.

Corvus, Yellow StarEdit

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A G2 type primary sequence star, estimated age is five billion years. Surface temperature is only about six thousand degrees, while core temperature could well exceed fifteen million degrees."

–In-Game

Center of the Corvus System.

Asharu, Desert WorldEdit

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A desert planet, product of an abortive terraforming project from before the collapse. Populated by a few fiercely independent settlers, criminals, and oddballs. The Hegemony claims domain over Asharu but maintains no permanent administration, sending patrols only to chase down pirates or impose heavy but infrequent tariffs on what little commercial activities remain.

–In-Game

Orbits Corvus

Independent base

  • Frontier
  • 10^4 Population
  • Desert World

Abandoned Terraforming PlatformEdit

Orbits Asharu

Abandoned base

  • Vital part of Starsector as it is free storage for all of the player's ships and cargo.

Jangala, Jungle WorldEdit

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Jewel of the Corvus system, Jangala possesses a lush native biosphere. The world's farms and seas, often hidden by churning cyclones of megastorms, are a major source of organic feedstock, food products, and exotic xenobiological materials. Considerably holy by most Luddic sects.

–In-Game

Orbits Corvus

Spawn point for the player.

Hegemony base

  • Organics Mining Complex
  • Autofactory - Heavy Industrial Blueprints
  • Orbital Burns
  • Military Base
  • Orbital Station
  • Regional Capital
  • Urbanized Polity
  • 10^5 Population
  • Jungle World

Jangala StationEdit

Orbits Jangala

Extension of Jangala base

Jangala RelayEdit

Orbits Jangala

Jangala GateEdit

Orbits Jangala

Jump Point

Barad, Gas GiantEdit

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Primarily composed of hydrogen and helium gasses. The temperature and pressure at the core are extreme, but not enough to sustain the deuterium fusion that would turn the planet into a brown star.

–In-Game

Orbits Corvus

No Significance

Barad A, Cryovolcanic WorldEdit

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The thick, frozen crust of this world is fed by cryovolcanoes that dot the surface. These frozen wastes are scored by mass-driver gantries from a time when the volatile elements of this world were extracted on a massive scale to feed the ATC's terraforming efforts elsewhere in-system. Some of the old equipment has been appropriated by scattered bands of independent miners who scratch out a meagre living between the glaciers of ammonia-ice.

–In-Game

Orbits Barad

Pirate base

Hidden Pirate BaseEdit

Orbits Barad A

Extension of Barad A base

Barad B, Barren WorldEdit

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Radiation from the nearby star ravages the surface world due to the lack of an atmospheric ozone layer. No significant geological activity. No indigenous life forms.

–In-Game

Orbits Barad

Pirate base

Somnus, Barren-Bombarded WorldEdit

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A lifeless rocky world, the battered surface tells an aeons-long story of intermittent meteor bombardment. What atmosphere there is clings to the scarred crust near-vacuum. There is no significant magnetic field or tectonic activity. Deep regolith prevails, crossed by lava channels and spotted by ancient lava seas formed by especially large impacts.

–In-Game

Orbits Corvus

Possible place for bounty pirate fleets

Mors, Frozen WorldEdit

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Water or ammonia ice is the primary surface feature of this world. Below the surface, there may be a liquid ocean or a rocky crust.

–In-Game

Orbits Corvus

Bountied pirate fleets often orbit this planet

TriviaEdit

  • Corvus constellation in the real universe
  • Corvus is the genus of crows
  • Mors (in versions before 0.65a) was the main (and only) Tri-Tachyon base.

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