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Vornel System
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Published: August 18, 2017
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This is the Vornel System, located within the Norayis Sector 
in my AU Abramsverse  New Start series.
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It’s colonized by the Tkarites 

NORAYIS SECTOR
The Norayis Sector is in the Alpha Quadrant
It is about 100 light years ‘south west’ from Earth.
It’s 20 light years ‘south’ of Talos and 40 light years ‘east’ of Klingon space. 
It is located within the territory of the United Federation of Planets
Norayis Sector by SeekHim

LOCATION
The Vornel System is located near at the southern edge of the sector.
It is referred to as the ‘Southern Gate’ 

SYSTEM INFO
Star:1 
Vornel is a G type yellow star

Planets:5
The system has five planets:

Vamu
Class: O  (Ocean)
Population: 20 million
Moon: 1 Zykel (Class D: Barren, rocky, lifeless)

Vamu is a world of warm oceans and scattered tropical islands.
The islands are famous for their fruit trees and lovely beaches.
The cities are known for their stunning harbors and is home to some of the Freehold’s finest sailors and boat-makers.
The economy is based on agriculture, fishing and tourism.
Vamu is extremely popular as a resort throughout the Freehold and has millions of tourists year yound.

Rockla
Class: M (Earthlike)
Size: Earth
Population: 1 billion
Moons: 3  (Nmeera, Cosee, Trytee (All Class D)

Rockla is unofficially viewed as the capital planet of the system.
It has the largest population and is a seat of politics, art and culture.

The planet is moderate in climate and comprised of verdant plains and grasslands.
The economy is based on agriculture, animal husbandry and services.
Ranching is a major industry and Rocklan meats are famous throughout the Freehold.
Rockla is also known for its wines and beers.

Seemo
Class: M (Earthlike)
Size: Earth
Population: 150 million
Moon: 1 Jorleen (Class D)

Seemo is a cool, mountainous planet with countless fertile valleys.
The economy is based on both agriculture and mining.
The mountains produce many important ores, including dilithium

Yrey
Class: J (Gas giant)
Size: Neptune)
Moons: 24

Inhabited moon: 1
Nyvga: Class K (Adaptable: Mars-like)
The moon is famous for its vivid colors and is a source of dilithium.
Population: 30,000

Zeenta
Class: J (Ringed gas giant
Size: Neptune)  
Moons: 20
Inhabited moons: 2

Calee: Class K  (Adaptable: Mars-like)
Population: 10,000

Ceetera: Class L (Marginal)
Population: 6000
Ceetera has a breathable atmosphere but is rocky and frigid

HISTORY
The Tkarites originated in the Droyana System
They became space faring in 1694 and colonized their system.

They became warp capable in 1956, developing Warp 1 engines.
In 1960 they sent the Anliya to the Vornel System, which arrived after a four year journey.

They didn’t find intelligent life but they did find three habitable worlds 
Over the next  several years several ships explored the System.

In 1978 the Three Colonies were established
Vamu
Rockla
Seemo

In 1987 the Tkarites developed warp 2 ships, enabling them to reach the Vornel System in a matter of months.
Many ambitious/adventurous Tkarites flocked to the colonies and their populations swelled.

A mining colony was established on Nyvga in 2020

Colonies were established on Calee and Ceeteera in 2090

Although colonies were also established on other worlds in the system, the system is still called the System of the Three Colonies

NEIGHBORS
Four light years northeast is the Droyana System, home of the Tkarites, founders of the Norayis Alliance 
which controls half the sector.

Droyana (Tkarite) System by SeekHim
 
Its other close neighbors are the Bortiz System, five light years to the east, colonized by the C'tekians, members of the Alliance.


Bortiz System by SeekHim

The Ogen System five light years northwest, colonized by the Rylarin, also Alliance Members
Ogen System by SeekHim

And the Iskan System ten light years west, homeworld of the Rylarin


Iskan System: (Inner Planets) by SeekHim

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I am making my own planet map and was wondering how you worked out the classification of the planets and what each letter means
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SeekHimHobbyist Writer
I used this system
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Tre…

Hope this helps!

GOD bless
John 3:16

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Thank you. That will make life a lot easier!
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Glad to be of service!

There are stellar(star classifications too.
From Hottest to coldest


Type O : (Violet-White)
Temperature: 28,000 - 50,000ºK
Mass: 10 - 30 Solar Masses
Radius: 2.5 - 3.0 Solar Radii
Luminosity: 1,000 - 100,000 SOL
Composition: Ionized atoms, esp. Helium
Example: Mintaka (O1-3 III)


Type B: (Blue-White)
Temperature: 10,000 - 28,000ºK
Mass: 3-5 Solar Masses
Radius: 2.0 - 3.5 Solar Radii
Luminosity: 10 - 1,000 SOL
Composition: Natural Helium, some Hydrogen
Example: Alpha Eridani A (B3 V-IV)


Type A: (White)
Temperature: 7,500 - 10,000ºK
Mass: 2 - 3 Solar Masses
Radius: 1.5 - 2.0 Solar Radii
Luminosity: 5 - 10 SOL
Composition: Strong Hydrogen, some ionized metals
Example: Sirius A (A0-1 V)


Type F: (Yellow - White)
Temperature: 6,000 - 7,500ºK
Mass: 1 - 2 Solar Masses
Radius: 1.0 - 1.5 Solar Radii
Luminosity: 1 - 5 SOL
Composition: Hydrogen and ionized metals, calcium and iron
Example: Procyon A (F5 V-IV)


Type G: (Yellow)
Temperature: 5,000 - 6,000ºK 
Mass: 0.8 - 1 Solar Masses 
Radius: 0.8 - 1.0 Solar Radii
Luminosity: 0.1 - 1 SOL 
Composition: Ionized calcium, both neutral and ionized metals
Example: Sol (G2 V)


Type K: (Orange)
Temperature: 3,500 - 5,000ºK
Mass: 0.5 - 0.8 Solar Masses
Radius: 0.5 - 0.8 Solar Radii 
Luminosity: 0.01 - 0.1 SOL
Composition: Neutral metals
Example: Alpha Centauri B (K0-3 V)


Type M: (Red)
Temperature: 2,500 - 3,500ºK
Mass: 0.02 - 0.5 Solar Masses
Radius: 0.01 - 0.5 Solar Radii 
Luminosity: 0.00001 - 0.01 SOL
Composition: Ionized atoms, especially helium
Example: Wolf 359 (M5-8 V)

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Here's another list of planet classification in order of distance from their suns

PLANET CLASSIFICATION

HOT ZONE
Class B (Geomorteus)
Age: 0 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 1,000 - 10,000 km
Location: Hot Zone
Surface: Partially molten, high surface temperature
Life-Forms: None
Examples: Mercury


Class H (Desert)
Type: Desert
Age: 4 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 8,000 - 15,000 km
Location: Hot Zone / Ecosphere
Surface: Hot and arid, little or no surface water
Life-Forms: Drought- and radiation-resistant plants, animal life


HABITABLE ZONE
Class E (Geoplastic)
Type: Geoplastic
Age: 0 - 2 billion years
Diameter: 10,000 - 15,000 km
Location: Ecosphere
Surface: Molten, high surface temperature
Evolution: Cools to become Class F
Life-Forms: Carbon-cyle (ie. Excalbian)


Class F (Geometallic)
Type: Geo metallic
Age: 1 - 3 billion years
Diameter: 10,000 - 15,000 km
Location: Ecosphere
Surface: Volcanic eruptions due to molten core
Evolution: Cools to become Class G
Life-Forms: Silicon-based (ie. Horta)


Class G (Geocrystalline)
Type: Geocrystalline
Age: 3 - 4 billion years
Diameter: 10,000 - 15,000 km
Location: Ecosphere
Surface: Still crystallizing
Atmosphere: Carbon Dioxide, some toxic gases
Evolution: Cools to become Class K, L, M, N, O, or P
Life-Forms: Primitive single-celled organisms
Examples: Delta Vega


Class K (Adaptable)
Type: Adaptable
Age: 4 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 5,000 - 10,000 km
Location: Ecosphere
Surface: Barren, little to no surface water
Atmosphere: Thin, mostly carbon dioxide
Life-Forms: Primitive single-celled organisms; adaptable for humanoid colonization
through the use of pressure domes
Examples: Mars, Mudd


Class L (Marginal)
Type: Marginal
Age: 4 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 10,000 - 15,000 km
Location: Ecosphere
Surface: Rocky and barren, little surface water
Atmosphere: Oxygen / argon, high concentration of carbon dioxide
Life-Forms: Limited to plant life; suitable for humanoid colonization


Class M (Earth-like)
Type: Terrestrial (Minshara Class)
Age: 3 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 10,000 - 15,000 km
Location: Ecosphere
Surface: Surface water abundant
Atmosphere: Nitrogen, oxygen, trace elements
Life-Forms: Extensive vegetation, animal life, humanoids
Examples: Earth, Vulcan, Cardassia Prime
Notes: Class M planets can vary widely in color, cloud cover, and overall appearance.
Most Class M planets are characterized by a relatively thin, techtonically active crust


Class N (Reducing)
Type: Reducing
Age: 3 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 10,000 - 15,000 km
Location: Ecosphere
Surface: High surface temperature due to greenhouse effect; water exists only as vapor
Atmosphere: Extremely dense, carbon dioxide and sulfides
Examples: Venus


Class O (Oceanic)
Type: Pelagic
Age: 3 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 10,000 - 15,000 km
Location: Ecosphere
Surface: Liquid water covers 80% or more of surface area
Atmosphere: Nitrogen, oxygen, trace elements
Life-Forms: Aquatic vegetation, animal life, humanoids


Class P (Glaciated)
Type: Glaciated
Age: 3 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 10,000 - 15,000 km
Location: Ecosphere
Surface: Water ice covers 80% or more of surface area
Atmosphere: Nitrogen, oxygen, trace elements
Life-Forms: Hardy vegetation, animal life, humanoids


Class Q
Type: Variable
Age: 2 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 4,000 - 15,000 km
Location: Hot Zone / Ecosphere / Cold Zone
Surface: Ranges from molten to water and/or carbon dioxide ice, due to eccentric orbit or variable output of star
Atmosphere: Ranges from tenuous to very dense
Life-Forms: Unknown
Examples: Genesis Planet


Class Y (Demon)
Type: Demon
Age: 2 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 10,000 - 50,000 km
Location: Hot Zone / Ecosphere / Cold Zone
Surface: Temperature can exceed 500ºK
Atmosphere: Turbulent, saturated with toxic chemicals and thermionic radiation
Life-Forms: Mimetic (Delta Quadrant)
Examples: "Class-Y Planet" in Delta Quadrant


COLD ZONE
Class A (Geothermal)
Type: Geothermal
Age: 0 - 2 billion years
Diameter: 1,000 - 10,000 km
Location: Ecosphere / Cold Zone
Surface: Partially molten
Atmosphere: Primarily hydrogen compounds
Evolution: Cools to become Class C
Life-Forms: None
Examples: Gothos


Class C (Geoinactive)
Type: Geoinactive
Age: 2 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 1,000 - 10,000 km
Location: Ecosphere / Cold Zone
Surface: Low surface temperature
Atmosphere: Frozen
Life-Forms: None
Examples: Pluto, Psi 2000


Class I (Super-giant)
Type: Gas Supergiant
Age: 2 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 140,000 - 10 million km
Location: Cold Zone
Surface: Tenuous, comprised of gaseous hydrogen and hydrogen compounds; radiates heat
Atmosphere: Zones vary in temperature, pressure and composition; water vapor may be present
Life-Forms: Unknown
Examples: Q'tahL, Jupiter


Class J (Gas giant)
Type: Gas Giant
Age: 2 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 50,000 - 140,000 km
Location: Cold Zone
Surface: Tenuous, comprised of gaseous hydrogen and hydrogen compounds; radiates some heat
Atmosphere: Zones vary in temperature, pressure and composition
Life-Forms: Hydrocarbon-based (Jovian)
Examples: Saturn


Class S-T (Ultra-giant)
Type: Ultragiant
Age: 2 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 10 - 50 million km (Class S); 50 - 120 million km (Class T)
Location: Cold Zone
Surface: Tenuous, composed of gaseous hydrogen and hydrogen compounds; radiates considerable heat
Atmosphere: Zones vary in temperature, pressure and composition; water vapor may be present
Life-Forms: Unknown
Examples: Unknown


Class D (Moon)
Type: Asteroid / Moon
Age: 2 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 100 - 1,000 km
Location: Hot Zone / Ecosphere / Cold Zone; found primarily in orbit of larger planets or in asteroid fields
Surface: Barren and cratered
Atmosphere: None or very tenuous
Life-Forms: None

Examples: Moon (Sol IIIa), Lunar V (Bajor VIIe)

Class R (Rogue)
Type: Rogue
Age: 2 - 10 billion years
Diameter: 4,000 - 15,000 km
Location: Interstellar space, cometary halos
Surface: May be temperate due to geothermal venting
Atmosphere: Primarily volcanic outgassing
Life-Forms: Non-photosynthetic plants, animal life

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Here are the links I use most

Planets
wiki.starbase118.net/wiki/inde…

Stars
wiki.starbase118.net/wiki/inde…


joey-and-rattata's avatar
joey-and-rattataHobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much for giving me all this information!
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SeekHimHobbyist Writer
I've always loved to give out information!
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Miller-DefenseStudent Digital Artist
It looks like Vamu is becoming more of a tropical summer-like planet than our mother planet! It reminds me of taking a trip to the ocean through islands and coastal beaches on Earth. As for two other planets, they must be becoming more popular than before. I'm hoping that you can continue to develop something similar to the previous star systems, like bases of your sectors. And please don't forget about the fortresses of Vamu in orbit next time.
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Looks like a nice place to visit! Clap 
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SeekHimHobbyist Writer
This is the first system I had done for this series!

Revla (Nlian) System by SeekHim
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SeekHimHobbyist Writer
Thanks!
This pic's proven to be very popular with my watchers, its gotten a lot of faves!
Nice to hear from you again!
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I've been hugely busy lately, but I hope to be commenting more soon. :) (Smile) 
HolyCross9's avatar
Yrey reminds me more of Jupiter than Neptune.
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The difference is in size
A Class J is a gas giant (Uranus, Neptune, Saturn size)
Yrey is small, about the size of Neptune
Jupiter is a class I Supergiant.

I'm curious, of all the systems of the Droyana Sector you have a favorite?
Where would you like to live?
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HolyCross9's avatar
I didn't get a chance to look through them yet to make a decision.
GYdEONE's avatar
What a pity that this is the last ... Are you going to continue something similar in the future? .. There, for example, stations in this sector, other sectors, the planets themselves, and not just the systems .. It's just very cool !!!
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SeekHimHobbyist Writer
Thank you so much!
I'm curious, of all the systems of the Droyana Sector you have a favorite?
Where would you like to live?
GYdEONE's avatar
Perhaps I would travel from planet to planet, from system to system ... Each planet is unique in its own way ... well, I would start with Takara1 :)
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And very beautiful!!✨
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It's incredible!
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Forget just Star Trek, this also works for any number of puter space series. Star Wars and Warhammer 40k come to mind for me off the top of my head.

But that is just me.
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Thank you!

GOD bless
John 3:16
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This is very interesting! I sure do love astronomy!
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SeekHimHobbyist Writer
Me too!
You can see the rest of the sector here!
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Let me know which you like best!

GOD bless
John 3:16
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