The Spheron Empire found this aberrant G2VKr star. The star is composed of barium, krypton, and hydrogen.

Star Color


Pie Chart Again



There is only one planet known of in this system.

Moons of MP-23

  • MP-23-L


MP-23's features are truly amazing. Image below:

Planet Even Less Blurry (3)

Planet Even Less Blurry (4)

Planet Even Less Blurry (4) copy

Topographic Map

Planet Even Less Blurry Topographic Map

Color Image (without clouds)

Planet Even Less Blurry Color

Temperature Map (Ground) Day and Night (Animation)

Planetary Temperature

Landing Gallery



Thermal Map


Topographic Map


KM9 Discoveries

Planet Data

The data taken by KM9 so far yields the following table

Mass Radius SMA Eccentricity
1.25 MJ ± .5 MJ 1.2 RJ ± .3 RJ 5 AU ± .1 AU <0.2

Spectral Lines

The spectral lines of the star taken by KM9 are below:

Spectral green

Planet Images

The following image shows a vertical temperature slice of the planet's atmosphere.

Planet temp scanvertical

The following image was taken by KM9 using the radio transmitter overlayed onto another image of the planet.

Planet scan

The following image was taken by KM9 using the secondary camera due to the failure of the main camera, in the KP-ZZ1-ASZ system on 62.4, at a distance of 5 AU. It shows the gaseous dense atmosphere.

Planet fail

The following image was taken using the Vertical Differential Temperature Apparatus on the KM9 probe on 62.4. It measured the temperature of the clouds.

Planet temp scan1Planet temp scan2 Planet temp scan3

This image was taken at a closer range than above with the clearer Thin Range Radio Scanner, rather than the low quality wide scan.



The last image ever made before contact was lost. A map.


New image that was transmitted, just before entrance to the atmosphere.


This is the first picture ever from KM9 since the crash. The CCD failed, with damage to the blue filter.


KM13's Discoveries

Moons of MP-23

Using radial velocity detection on the planet, KM13's sensitive instruments detected at least 2 moons orbiting the planet.

Name SMA Ecc Diameter Mass
KP-ZZ1-ASZ b I ? ? ? ?
KP-ZZ1-ASZ b II ? ? ? ?
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