|Astronomical Object Summary|
|Location||Orbits Bremen (star)|
Considered by locals (without a significant body of evidence) to be the star’s “guardian planet” for its role in keeping comets clear of the inner worlds, Bremen IV is a massive ice giant. This swirling mass of hydrogen and other gasses is interspersed with variable fields of ice, making for a particularly beautiful planetscape. Unfortunately, raw refueling operations at Bremen IV are nigh impossible, owing to the lack of clear gas fields. It is not uncommon to find the wreckage of stubborn Starfarers or Caterpillars that have attempted this, in decay orbits around the world.