|Location||Orbits Oso (star)|
The system’s first planet is a tidally locked world that features one of the most impressive ‘day and night’ differences in the explored galaxy. The side locked towards the sun is an endless sea of lava while the dark side is a stark, black iron-rich landscape too cold to ever sustain Human life (though a landing with proper equipment is possible). Extensive mineral surveys of Oso I’s night side were conducted before the system was placed under the Fair Chance Act, but little of value was ultimately discovered. Today, the planet is best known for its impressive visual display (viewed remotely) rather than for anything worth extraction.
|Locations in the Oso System|