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Astrological database / planet bryyo


 name  Bryyo


 classification  XIV Planet


 location  Kalandor System


 discovery date  19X4


 mass  2.4 trillion teratons


 size  12,000,000 radi


 known sattelites  None


 atmospheric anaylsis   Hydrogen, sulfur, oxygen with heavy moisture deposits in the air around the planet's equatoral regions.

 distinct features 

Bryyo's unique axial tilt and rotational characteristics induce a perpetual diurnal-nocturnal cycle, causing one hemisphere to experience constant daylight while the opposite remains in perpetual darkness. This phenomenon results from the synchronized alignment of Bryyo's axial tilt and rotation, creating a lasting state of shadow on one side. The enduring day-night cycle adds complexity to the planet's ecosystems, influencing the distribution of flora and fauna, with the crucial note that this phenomenon is not naturally occurring.

  planetary history             


Bryyo, once inhabited by the sentient Bryyian species, witnessed an era marked by intellectual prowess and resourcefulness, as they harmonized with their planetary environment. Their encounter with the Chozo catalyzed a substantial exchange of knowledge, leading to the creation of remarkable societal advancements. However, blinded by their intellectual achievements, the Bryyians disregarded the Chozo's admonition to balance science and nature, culminating in a fleeting golden age. The intellectual elite, self-proclaimed as "The Lords of Science," seized control, sparking a profound schism between adherents of science and traditionalists. A protracted conflict ensued, resulting in the eventual defeat of the Lords of Science, with subsequent societal collapse. Despite the demise of both factions, the gel fuel harvesters and generators, Bryyo's primary energy sources, persistently functioned over the centuries.



  planetary geology             


Owing to intense historical conflicts, the majority of Bryyo remains inhospitable, characterized by pervasive toxic dust storms and seismic activities lethal to organic life. A scant 2% equatorial strip stands as the sole habitable region on the planet, featuring diverse landscapes, including temperate forests, lush tropical jungles, and volcanic zones.


  biological assessment        


Preceding and succeeding the extinction of the Lords and Primals, Bryyo harbored diverse life forms within its varying landscapes. The planet's creatures, predominantly diminutive, include reptilians in deserts and herbivores in jungles. Notably, Federation scientists hypothesize that the Reptiicius may be remnants of the ancient Bryyian Primals, necessitating further investigation for confirmation.