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Astrological database / planet sr388


 name  (Survey Reconnaissance) SR388


 classification   XVI Planet


 location  SR380 System


 discovery date  20X5


 mass  2.7 billion teratons


 size  21,000,000 radi


 known sattelites  No moons, presence of asteroid belt surrounding the planet.


 atmospheric anaylsis  Nitrogen, methane, carbon dioxide, uraniuoxide, sulfur concentrated in high pockets above the atmosphere.

 distinct features 

Within the confines of the planetary expanse of SR388, an intricate tapestry of environmental dynamics is woven, featuring acidic lakes, ceaseless seismic disturbances, and enduring volcanic activity. The planetary canvas is shaped by the persistent interplay of geological and chemical forces, giving rise to a dynamic terrain molded by the relentless influences of acidity, seismic events, and volcanic phenomena.

  planetary history             


Designated as SR388, denoted by its nomenclature derived from the stellar system of discovery, this solitary celestial body stands as the exclusive occupant within its orbital framework. Explored by the pioneering Survey Team Mika-70 Wolf, SR388 eluded previous astral cartographic documentation and remained beyond the purview of traditional survey endeavors during the nascent era of spacefaring expansion. Situated in an exceedingly distant sector of the cosmos, SR388 occupies an isolated spatial locale, rendering it a prime candidate for the concealment of entities or phenomena escaping previous scrutiny.



  planetary geology             


The absence of discernible terrestrial features from orbital perspectives is attributed to the pervasive presence of voluminous acidic cloud formations, obstructing visibility to approximately 500 feet above ground level. While the planet exhibits qualities conducive to clandestine activities, such as smuggling, the impracticality arises from the inherent toxicity of the atmosphere, saturated with acidic compounds and sulfuric trace gases with each respiratory cycle.


Elevated humidity levels, coupled with elevated ambient temperatures, characterize the atmospheric conditions of the planetary environment. Topographical mapping encounters considerable challenges, given the incessant volcanic activity and frequent lava tube eruptions occurring throughout diurnal cycles. Additionally, the planetary vicinity is subject to recurrent meteor storms originating from the proximate asteroid field designated as MRT 62.4.


The planetary crust appears structurally compromised, displaying characteristics suggestive of hollowness attributable to the continual expulsion of acidic substances through volcanic processes. Extensive labyrinthine structures, spanning considerable distances, intertwine to form intricate mazes across the planetary surface. Delving into the subterranean recesses for further exploration is deemed impracticable due to substantial risks, including tunnel collapses and lava tube disruptions. The potential peril of becoming ensnared beneath the perilous planetary terrain dissuades survey teams from embarking on such ventures, as the pursuit of scientific inquiry contends with the formidable hazards inherent to this celestial body.


  biological assessment        


Postulated as the putative planetary origin of the Metroid species, SR388 sustains a precarious equilibrium at the apical tier of its ecological hierarchy, navigating the intricate interplay between predation and prey dynamics. The indigenous life forms within this habitat have undergone evolutionary processes that mirror the inherent harshness of SR388 itself. The planet's inhospitable nature is met with resilience from its denizens, who have not only adapted to the prevalent atmospheric acidity but have thrived prolifically in expansive swarms.


Observations reveal the presence of mechanized apparatuses traversing the planetary corridors, prompting inquiries into their origin and purpose. The entities responsible for their deployment and the nature of the objects under their custodianship remain enveloped in mystery. Notably, remnants indicative of an enigmatic civilization have been identified, alluding to a bygone era of robust societal structures. However, despite these archaeological findings, no extant specimens of this civilization have been encountered to date, further contributing to the enigma surrounding SR388.