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Traveler's Guide to the Galaxy 003 - Siron II

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Mysteries of the Red Planet

 

The second planet in the Siron system, Siron II is a small and inhospitable planet that is largely devoid of organic life. Wracked by frequent seismic activity and covered with volcanoes, visiting the planet is highly dangerous; however, Siron II is rich in rare and valuable minerals, which has resulted in various mining operations throughout the years, both legal and illegal. Although it doesn’t drive nearly as many people to Siron II as mining does, the planet’s unique tectonic activity, as well as a few ruins from what appear to be an extinct indigenous population, also bring a variety of scientists and archaeologists to the planet in search of new discoveries, as well as to study the planet’s infamous killer crystals.

 

The Traveler’s Guide to the Galaxy series is devoted to bringing you the latest and greatest news from the fringes of the galaxy. Whether it’s reports of new alien civilizations that we’ve only just made contact with, or detailed profiles of flora and fauna from the corners of the galaxy, or gazetteers of whole new worlds just waiting to be explored, if you want to expand your horizons and chart a course for adventure, look no further than the Traveler’s Guide to the Galaxy.

 
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