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6.c Planets

The Diamond Planet

WatiGua-has eight times the mass of DianToz, and three times the radius. WatiGua averages temperatures around 1700 °C as it circles MiTaz our 2nd sun. Watigua is indeed one of the hotter planets. But what makes this particular heavenly body uncommon, is the fact that the crust of WatiGua is covered in graphite and diamond rather than water and granite. WatiGua is known as a carbon planet.

This Diamond planet has a deep core that consist of a solid steel-iron alloy. This inner core spins at a different speed than the rest the planet. This is what causes WatiGua’s magnetic field. 

When the solar wind blows upon WatiGua’s magnetic poles, the molecules from the hot atmosphere create an unceasing borealis. Surrounding the core is a deep layer that is mixed of molten silicon carbide and titanium carbide. 

Covering this carbide lava is a layer of carbon in the form of graphite, which is intermixed with a kilometers-thick substratum of diamond that becomes created from the tremendous pressure from within.

During seismic eruptions, huge diamond boulders from deep within the interior, thrust majestically upwards till they reach the surface; giving new birth to mountains of diamonds and silicon carbides. Frozen lakes of liquid hydrocarbons such as tar, methane and carbon monoxide pepper the surface.

A  Rare Jewell of a Planet in any galaxy.

BanGe

BanGe is the 2nd closest planet to our first star, SoVran.

BanGe is known as an Expansion Planet because of its massive radius and shallow density. 

Intense solar heat from SoVran combined with internal heating within BanGe created the perfect storm that became the major contributor to inflating the atmosphere.

The final piece of this mix is the part that the stellar winds play. The planet’s magnetosphere interplays with the stellar wind thus creating an ongoing electrical current that deliberately heats up,  thus boosting the expansion.

A  spectacular view from above the surface paints quite an aboriginal planet, for BanGe has a multitude of JetRings within the surface.

These narrow multi-colored bands extend horizontally from the equator reaching far north and south to the magnetic poles, thus, spanning the entire planet.

A great curiosity that remains unanswered is why the JetRings exhibit distinctive color changes in a seasonal pattern… 

 

 

 

Planet of The Islands

One of the planets orbiting our third sun Telios, is BeLise

BeLise is about 1.2 times larger than DianToz. Like all planets and moons, Belise has been subjected to major impacts from asteroids, at various times in its history.  The antiquity of BeLise is filled with countless mass extinctions, forcing the origin of life in a perpetual reboot.  In some of these epoch extinctions, BeLise was left with only microscopic organisms.

In our current timeline, BeLise has evolved into a world of abundant plant, animal, and sea life.

Regrettably, there was never enough time for a higher intelligence to evolve on land. 

One side of the planet was battered particularly hard, so much so; that collective impacts of the asteroids did not allow any continents to form. Instead, you will find a world dotted with islands on the one half, and only the boundless ocean on the far side of the world. 

Because BeLise is a world where half of the planet is covered with legions of islands, here is home to arguably the most alluring beaches in The Tri-System.  We refer to BeLise as “Planet of the Islands”.

BeLise has 3 moons, with the largest moon MaTos having it’s very own set of rings around it.  Many believe “The Rings of MaTos” to be one of The Great Wonders of The Tri-System.

Sailing the alien, exotic seas at night with the Rings of MaTos visible in the night sky is considered a spiritual treasure. It is said(according to The Alpha Scout Archives) that upon frequenting this Sphere of wonder, one is imbued with a transcendental odyssey.