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Indira is a planetary system orbiting a yellow G-class star.  The system lies in the Orion Constellation of the Gemini Region.

The Indira system was a settled by a mixture of colonists from both the Gemini and Betelgeuse Regions.  The system's habitable primary world is covered in dense forests, this lured many of the original settlers who looked to exploit the planet's resources.


The primary planet has a lower gravity when compared to many of the other habitable worlds throughout the inner sphere.  The planet's forests grew and thrived in this lower gravity, vast forests spread across the planet with trees easily growing hundreds of meters tall. Logging quickly grew into the planet's biggest industry, as Indira hardwoods became famous throughout the region.


As the logging industry grew, deforestation started to occur at a large scale affecting the planet's environment.  In order to slow the rate of deforestation, the planet's government enacted strict laws against laws against logging, though illegal logging operatios have continued.

System: Indira

Primary Star: TYC132121

Stellar Type: G3V ☼

Mass (Sol): 1.10

Luminosity: 1.52x Sun

Distance: 316.36 ly

Constellation: Orion

Region: Gemini

Population: 1.1 Billion


Indira Planets

Indira B
Indira B is a gaseous Neptune sized world orbiting close to the parent star.  The planet is composed of various gaseous compounds and a mixture of hot ices deep below the layers of clouds.

Distance: 0.22 AU

Orbit: 36 days

Temp: 512 K

Mass: 21.11 Earth

Radius: 26881 km

Gravity: 1.19 g

Rotation: 15 hours

Moon(s): 0


Indira C
Indira C is a small terrestrial world with a relatively low gravity when compared to other habitable worlds.  The planet's rocky terrain is covered in deep, dense forests with towering trees that grow tall in the lower gravity.  Many of the forests are connected through complex root systems, meaning many of the trillions of trees are technically one single organism.

Distance: 1.48 AU

Orbit: 629 days

Temp: 276 K

Mass: 0.41 Earth

Radius: 4912 km

Gravity: 0.70 g

Rotation: 38 hours

Moon(s): 1


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