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Aquarius

Aquarius is the only star present in the Kinosmo System. It is approximately 4.6 billion years old, and is a main sequence star (See Star Life Cycle), with an estimated 600,000 years before it becomes a Red Giant.

In transforming, two outcomes will occur: the black hole orbiting Aquarius will drag the planets further away, keeping everything on them alive, or the planets remain where they are and are swallowed by the star.

History

Aquarius began as all stars do, as a clump of cosmic dust and debris known as a nebula. At this time, Aquarius was treated as an outpost for the Melan Meraeni, a group of intergalactic spies that have spent billions of years attempting to take down the most prolific rulers of the Yonderverse. As the core of Aquarius grew and gravity became stronger, Aquarius morphed into a protoster.

As a protostar, Aquarius collected three planets before it turned into a main sequence star. These three planets became a trio of predators in the Milky Way. Their native sophonts became galactic rulers, governing over five hundred planets in countless solar systems, only to succumb a minor virus and all die out.

Kinosmo System

Aquarius is the only star in the Kinosmo System. It is orbited by eight planets and five dwarf planets.

Planets

  • Mercury
  • Venus
  • Earth
  • Mars
  • Jupiter
  • Saturn
  • Uranus
  • Neptune
  • Dwarf Planets

  • Ceres
  • Makemake
  • Haumea
  • Eris
  • Pluto
  • Fauna

    Aquarius is an oasis for high-temperature space megafauna. Herds of vibrant thermal dragons flock to Aquarius to drink the golden rivers, while sunfins call this place a permanent home. Aquarius has a total of 613 recorded migrant species, that arrive at random intervals to mate, feed, or to converse with conspecifics or other species.

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    Apr 18, 2023 18:14 by Dr Emily Vair-Turnbull

    Ooo, Aquarius is our Sun?

    Apr 18, 2023 20:43 by Mochi

    Yep!

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