PS Zadies Xogoara moons
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Galaxy 1 : Zadies System : Xogoara Moon System
- Moon-like bodies ordered by orbital distance from planet Xogoara:
- # 30. Moon Parare with Radius 2071 km , Tilt 14 degrees, Rotation 391.9 hours, is a airless moon of Xogoara.
- Orbital radius 1.2517e+05 km, inclination 7.5 degrees, ascending node 257.1 degrees.
- Activity : Moderately high, TL : -14, Pop 42 (Human Colonials) Prod 158.5 Cr , Isolated structures present.
- Moon analysis : Expeditions engaged in exploration, or military activities on this large body.
- Politics : Dependent recognized Feudal, Economic profile : Poor Ind.
- Description : The airless body Parare is threatened by killer edible arts graduates.
- # 2. Moon Incaca with Extent 66x71x84 km , Tilt 19 degrees, Rotation 415 hours, is a large planetesimal moon of Xogoara.
- Orbital radius 1.3003e+05 km, inclination 0 degrees, ascending node 38.1 degrees.
- Activity : Moderately high, TL : -21, Pop 0 , Prod 0.4 Cr , Abandoned items.
- Moon analysis : Occasional eruptions could disrupt the future integrity of this small body.
- Politics : None, Economic profile : Very limited
- Description : None available.
- # 23. Moon Iyapu with Extent 15x15x15 km , Tilt 23 degrees, Rotation 32.6 hours, is a planetesimal moon of Xogoara.
- Orbital radius 5.8362e+05 km, inclination 21 degrees, ascending node 212.6 degrees.
- Activity : Moderately low, TL : -36, Pop 0 , Prod 0 Cr , No space-faring technology identified.
- Moon analysis : An eruption recently occurred on this very small body.
- Politics : None, Economic profile : None
- Description : Removed exaggerated claims.
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