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Astrological database / planet Bilium


 name  Bilium


 classification  XIII Planet


 location  FS-176 System


 discovery date  2X12


 mass  3.8 billion teratons


 size  25,000,000 radi


 known sattelites  3 Moons


 atmospheric anaylsis  Carbon dioxide, methane, oxygen, hydrogen trace gases.


Quaratined: Plantwide occupation of Miteralis (Miteralis Napius) has expired all life on the planet. //          

 distinct features  

Bilium, situated in a proximal retrograde orbit around its sun, stands as the closest planet to its stellar counterpart. This unique orbital configuration presents a captivating astronomical anomaly, challenging conventional planetary dynamics. Further enhancing its celestial intrigue, Bilium finds itself in close proximity to an adjacent asteroid field, contributing to the complexity of its cosmic environment. Additionally, Bilium's classification as a gas giant underscores its fundamental composition, characterized by a predominantly gaseous atmosphere enveloping its massive celestial form.

  planetary history             


Bilium, a colossal gas giant ensconced within the FS-176 System, witnessed a dramatic narrative shift during the cosmic era of 21X1. In the secluded expanse of the sector, the Bilian, celebrated for their mastery of atmospheric manipulation technologies, became unwitting targets of an expansive Space Pirate onslaught. The Space Pirates, driven by a relentless pursuit of the Bilian's atmospheric secrets, unleashed Miteralis, a genetically engineered virus exhibiting a newfound Sentient Thought adaptation. Over several millicycles, Miteralis systematically eradicated the entire Bilian population, transforming Bilium into a spectral monument. The abandoned gas giant now orbits in desolate solitude, its turbulent atmospheres concealing the only surviving life form—the sentient Miteralis virus—an eerie testament to the Space Pirates' malevolent fascination with bioweaponry.


Bilium, now a celestial graveyard, stands as a somber reminder of the perilous consequences borne from unbridled technological greed, illustrating the ruthless extent to which Space Pirates deploy their arsenal of biotechnological weaponry.



  planetary geology             


Bilium, once characterized by tumultuous atmospheric phenomena and sporadic storms within its gaseous layers, displayed a mesmerizing dance of cosmic dynamics spanning millicycles. The enigmatic features of Bilium's atmospheric tapestry include towering cyclonic structures and oscillating gas currents that swirl amidst its dense clouds. These cosmic phenomena are manifestations of the planet's profound atmospheric dynamics, governed by the interplay of gaseous elements within its colossal expanse. Overlaid against this turbulent backdrop, large cyclonic patterns bear witness to the cosmic forces shaping the gas giant's colossal form.


Bilium's abyssal realms extend beyond mere atmospheric tumult, revealing a complex interplay of gaseous currents and turbulent vortices within its atmospheric layers. Large disturbances, analogous to celestial craters, punctuate the atmospheric canvas, concealing unique atmospheric ecosystems adapted to the perpetual tumult. Throughout Bilium's cosmic evolution, atmospheric anomalies akin to the flight of luminous "sky jellyfish" herds have emerged—a testament to the extraordinary atmospheric biodiversity that once flourished within this colossal gas giant.


 ► biological assessment        


Bilium's cosmic evolution, influenced by gravitational interactions with significant celestial bodies, has given rise to atmospheric anomalies resembling celestial disturbances akin to craters on terrestrial planets. These features house intricate atmospheric ecosystems, where dynamic gaseous currents shape the evolution of unique atmospheric life forms. The atmospheric depths of Bilium harbor elusive sky-dwelling creatures that navigate the colossal gas currents, akin to the flight of terrestrial fauna. Remarkably, Bilium's atmospheric oceans, appearing as vast churning vortices, manifest within the largest disturbances—a spatial ballet of atmospheric elements perpetuating the gas giant's dynamic environmental tapestry.


The evolutionary journey of Bilium has witnessed the adaptation of atmospheric phylums, with entities resembling "sky jellyfish" herds now drifting within the upper atmospheric layers. This atmospheric spectacle, set against the backdrop of Bilium's tragic history, underscores the resilience of atmospheric biodiversity in adapting to the diverse cosmic forces shaping the gas giant's existence. As an intricate interplay of atmospheric dynamics and cosmic evolution, Bilium stands as a testament to the enduring vibrancy of life within the dynamic tapestry of the gaseous cosmos.