|Location||Orbits Helios (star)|
The third planet in the Helios system is a large gas giant. Helios III is an unremarkable globe save for its use as a pit stop: the planet is a source of readily accessible hydrogen with minimal impurities. Helios III does approach the upper bound for gas giants in terms of size, a fact that has attracted the occasional scientific survey. The planet itself is unattractive, lacking the distinct bands of color and the complicated lunar systems found on many Jovian planets.
|Locations in the Helios System|