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Redradge is a planetary system orbiting a yellow/white f-class star.  The system lies in the Cassiopeia Constellation of the Borealis Region.

During the early years of colonization in the Borealis Region, Redradge was an important world that fueled Lucidenium's colonization efforts.  Redradges's primary world was rich in valuable metals needed to build interstellar ships.


Lucidenium heavily mined the planet surface, extracting the valuable metals needed to build their colonization ships.  Excessive mining operations were carried out with little regard for the planet's environment, which was poisoned with sulfur gasses and arsenic.


As the planet's resources were tapped out, most of the Lucidenium based mining operations left the planet, leaving behind a small population who live in enclosed complexes protected from the toxic atmosphere.

System: Redradge

Primary Star: TYC18431461

Stellar Type: F5V ☼

Mass (Sol): 1.25

Luminosity: 3.63x Sun

Distance: 184 ly

Constellation: Cassiopeia

Region: Borealis

Population: 1 Million


Redradge Planets

Redradge B
Redradge B is a terrestrial world that was once rich in valuable metals.  Extensive mining operations extracted much of the planet's treasured resources.  The planet's atmosphere is composed of carbon dioxide with a modest amount of oxygen.  Prior to the planet being mined, an unprotected human could survive short periods of time on the surface.  The mining operations released large amounts of sulfur and arsenic in the air, making the surface toxic without protective gear.

Distance: 1.70 AU

Orbit: 933 days

Temp: 278 K

Mass: 0.63 Earth

Radius: 5463 km

Gravity: 0.90 g

Rotation: 39 hours


Redradge C
Redradge C is a large ice giant less massive than Jupiter, but more massive than Uranus and Neptune.  The planet's atmosphere is composed of hydrogen and helium, with methane and water ices.

Distance: 16.44 AU

Orbit: 59.6 years

Temp: 82 K

Mass: 0.24 Jupiter

Radius: 46,770 km

Gravity: 1.38 g

Rotation: 19 hours



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