|Daymar : Stanton 2b|
|Equatorial Radius||1,771 km (Lore)|
295.2 km (Ingame Scale)
|Atmospheric Pressure||1.45 Earths|
|Sidereal Rotation||14.9 SEH|
|Orbital Period||10.94109954 SED|
|Orbital Speed||4.223 km/s|
|Orbital Radius||0.00423 AU|
Daymar or Stanton 2b is a natural satellite of Crusader. It is named after one of the siblings from a tale called A Gift for Baba. The nearly circular orbit is said to represent 'his ease at getting lost in the story'. Darnell Ajay built the first permanent homestead on Daymar in 2906.
- 1 Atmospheric Composition
- 2 Locations
- 3 Surface Outposts
- 4 Artificial Satellites
- 5 Gallery
- 6 References
Daymar has a thick (1.5 Earths), non-breathable nitrogen-methane atmosphere with trace amounts of hydrogen and is toxic to humans without breathing equipment.
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Approximately 240 km from ArcCorp Mining Area 141. The nearest orbital marker is OM2.
A mining facility owned and operated by ArcCorp.
Bountiful Harvest Hydroponics is dedicated to growing the best nature has to offer. Crusader Industries commends Bountiful Harvest Hydroponics for their extraordinary response to those in need on Vega II. Following the horrific Vanduul attacks on 2945-10-05, Bountiful Harvest produced and donated more emergency food supplies for the Vega relief effort than any other outpost on Crusader's moons. This outpost's extraordinary sacrifice serves as a reminder that the UEE will always stand behind those who come face-to-face with the Vanduul threat.
An unmarked scrapyard outpost.
This ridge was named for Crusader's former CEO August Dunlow. Many credit Dunlow's vision as instrumental into transforming Crusader Industries into the company it is today. With that in mind, Dunlow Ridge, with its expansive view of the Daymar landscape, was named in his honor.
This section of Daymar became known as Eager Flats after an eccentric artist who called it home. Norman Eager gained notoriety in the 2920s for constructing a series of art installations so massive they could be seen by ships flying above the flats. Deemed 'ephemeral art' by Eager, the pieces were not meant to be permanent. Instead, they were slowly degraded and buried by the moon's constantly swirling sands.
An independent mining facility.
Caution: Hazardous Waste Site. Authorized Personnel Only.
A mining facility owned and operated by Shubin Interstellar.
Situated above a junction of multiple canyons, Wolf Point earned its name thanks to Crusader surveyor Cally Stroble who had noted excitedly in her initial report that "Against all odds, it seems a family of wolf-like creatures somehow has found a way to settle the area. Their cries can be heard for kilometers around." However, when further investigation proved that the wolves were merely a prank by a fellow surveyor, the name stuck.
Formerly Covalex’s prime shipping hub for the system, Gundo suffered a catastrophic accident that resulted in an explosion and the deaths of all the employees aboard the station. Covalex has since moved their operations to Orison directly.
On 2904-03-17, Meiko Norwood collapsed here while loading soil samples into her ship. She passed away later that day due to complications with an artificial heart valve, making her the first person to die on Daymar.
|Locations in the Stanton System|