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Raines is a planetary system orbiting a yellow G-class star.  The system lies in the Cetus Constellation of the Schemali Region.

The Raines System's primary planet is a habitable world settled by migrants primarily from Schemalian Prime.  After being settled the planet quickly grew a strong a strong industrial base becoming one of the Schemali Region's manufacturing centers.


The planet's government formed a unique system that guaranteed employment for every resident and migrant that came to the world.  The guaranteed employment along with other economic reasons continued to draw settlers to the planet, allowing its population to grew into the billions.

System: Raines

Primary Star: HD 224883

Stellar Type: G0V ☼

Mass (Sol): 0.98

Luminosity: 1.23x Sun

Distance: 270.01 ly

Constellation: Cetus

Region: Schemali

Population: 1.7 Billion


Raines Planets

Raines B
Raines B is a warm terrestrial world that orbits inside the habitable zone.  The planet is extremely dry, it contains a thin carbon dioxide atmosphere with traces of nitrogen.

Distance: 0.50 AU

Orbit: 131 days

Temp: 384 K

Mass: 0.65 Earth

Radius: 5,896 km

Gravity: 0.76 g

Rotation: 42 hours

Moon(s): 1


Raines C
Raines C is a habitbale, terrestrial world that's covered in around 50% water.  The planet's land areas are primarily located in a large super-continent named Rainnaterra.  A much smaller continent is located off the large continents's eastern coastline.

Distance: 1.34 AU

Orbit: 571 days

Temp: 277 K

Mass: 1.38 Earth

Radius: 7,295 km

Gravity: 1.05 g

Rotation: 30 hours

Moon(s): 1


Raines D
Raines D is a common hydrogen and helium gas giant that is more massive than Jupiter.  A number of floating stations are located in the planet's upper atmosphere, they are used to extract helium-3 from the atmosphere.

Distance: 12.35 AU

Orbit: 43.9 years

Temp: 71 K

Mass: 1.11 Jupiter

Radius: 65,445 km

Gravity: 3.33 g

Rotation: 13 hours

Moon(s): 14


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New Troy



Schemalian Prime






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