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Astrological database / planet ALInos


 name  Alinos


 classification  XII Planet


 location  Tetra Galaxy


 discovery date  2XX1


 mass  2.2 billion teratons


 size  16,000,000 radi


 known sattelites  1 Moon


 atmospheric anaylsis  Nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, helium and hydrogen with trace gasses and sulfuric deposits from the planet's core.


Alinos, subjected to a cataclysmic core explosion, exhibits profound geological alterations characterized by extensive damage to its crust extending towards the inner core. The detonation has induced seismic upheavals, creating fractures and fissures that traverse the planetary lithosphere. This unprecedented event has not only reconfigured the surface topography of Alinos but has also unveiled unprecedented insights into planetary core dynamics, offering a unique scientific vantage point to study the aftermath of such a formidable celestial event.

  planetary history             


In the annals of cosmic history, Alinos emerges as a poignant testament to the ebb and flow of planetary vitality. A flourishing world adorned with lush, calcified wood forests and teeming oceans in its southern hemisphere, Alinos bore witness to the enigmatic presence of the Alimbics. This advanced race, stewards of the planetary realm, erected structures that harmoniously integrated with the planet's natural grandeur. However, the zenith of Alinos' chronicles pivoted with the initiation of the Alimbic Cannon's construction—a colossal undertaking shrouded in mystery. At an indeterminate point following its completion, a momentous chain of events transpired, culminating in a catastrophic detonation at the planet's core. This cosmic upheaval unleashed torrents of magma upon the surface, fracturing the planetary crust and enveloping Alinos in an infernal tapestry of fire, dust, and smoke. Today, the lingering aftermath of this celestial cataclysm renders Alinos a perilous realm, a testament to the enduring scars etched into its geological canvas.

Yet, within this cosmic tragedy, remnants of the Alimbic civilization persevere against the odds. The once-thriving structures that bear silent witness to Alinos' tempestuous history stand as enigmatic sentinels amidst the planet's transformed landscape. The Alimbic Cannon, now an echo of a bygone era, serves as an enduring enigma, prompting ongoing inquiry into the sequence of events that led to the planet's catastrophic upheaval. As exploratory endeavors continue, Alinos unfolds as a cosmic puzzle, its narrative intricately woven with the vestiges of an ancient civilization and the indelible scars of a cosmic calamity.



  planetary geology             


Alinos, now a tableau of seismic scars, harbors an intricate tapestry of geological features reflective of its tumultuous history. The planet's once-intact crust, now fractured and splintered, manifests as a labyrinth of cracks and fissures that wind through its shattered surface. Within these jagged crevices lie chasms filled with molten lava, radiating intense heat that permeates deep into the planet's core. The planetary lithosphere, gripped by perpetual upheaval, propels tectonic plates in constant motion, exposing the inner rock layers to the discerning eyes of cosmic observers.

The geological revelation on Alinos extends beyond its ruptured crust, offering glimpses into the inner workings of the planet's subterranean realm. Exposed rock layers unveil an array of minerals and concealed formations, each layer serving as a stratigraphic record of Alinos' geological evolution. Miraculously, remnants of Alimbic architecture endure amid this tumultuous setting, defiant testimonies to the structural resilience of a civilization confronted by planetary convulsions. This juxtaposition of geological tumult and ancient architectural endurance renders Alinos a compelling subject for further scientific scrutiny, an open book narrating the profound consequences of celestial machinations.


  biological assessment        


The cataclysmic incident precipitated by the Alimbic Cannon wrought profound ecological transformations, culminating in the extinction of Alinos' original inhabitants. However, within the crucible of destruction, life, ever resilient, found footholds within the altered landscape. The surviving organisms, having undergone radical evolutionary adaptations, now navigate a precarious existence amid the planet's hostile environs. The ceaseless emission of hazardous gases from Alinos' diminishing core has propelled these life forms into the protective embrace of the labyrinthine canyons and the remnants of ancient Alimbic ruins.

The surviving fauna, starkly divergent from their predecessors, have evolved specialized adaptations to thrive in the post-cataclysmic environment. The intertwining canyons, once dormant geological features, have become sanctuaries shielding life from the perils of atmospheric turbulence. Amid the ancient ruins, organisms have established ecological niches, displaying remarkable resilience and resourcefulness. The relentless pursuit of survival has given rise to an intricate interplay of life within Alinos' tumultuous ecosystem, a testament to the adaptive capacity of organisms when confronted with the crucible of planetary upheaval. As researchers continue to unveil the intricacies of life on Alinos, the planet stands as a unique laboratory, showcasing the tenacity of life amidst cosmic adversity.