|System Type||Single Star|
|Star Type||Main Sequence Dwarf-K|
Oretani was just one of many systems that were being discovered during the rapid Expansion era of the 25th century. The surveyors noticed nothing in the system’s six worlds of immediate importance. Only one planet seemed to be a viable candidate for terraforming. The terraforming Corp that won the bid sent a mid-level team (and their families) into the system to start processing when the only jump point into the system collapsed. Scientists scrambled to figure out a solution, but it was the first time an incident like this had occurred. As years stretched into decades, people studied the area around the former jump point, hoping for a sign that it had reopened, but after time they gave up. After all this time, Oretani is only ever debated among select number of historians. Most believe that without support, the initial terraformers probably died out, but no one really knows what to expect on the other side if that jump point ever reopens.
Oretani I had been listed as a dwarf planet in the initial system assessment.
A large non-oxygen ocean world, Oretani II was immediately cleared for terraforming.
Surveyors had been in the process of analyzing this ice world as a potential terraforming candidate.
The thick, expansive atmosphere of this gas dwarf had not been thoroughly examined.
A large churning ball of hydrogen and helium.
A dwarf planet on a lonely orbit around the edge of the system.
A line of large asteroids that were estimated to be mineral-rich. The jump point collapsed before mining could begin.
Known Jump Points
There are no known jump points.