Another of Kubindi`s three moons, Kubindi A is thought to have formed in a similar manner as to Kubindi B. It is likely that some of the material from the impact formed Kubindi A while the remaining formed Kubindi B. Like Kubindi B this moon is lacking in many of the heavier elements such as iron which is thought to have been reabsorbed by Kubindi after the impact which ejected the material which formed the two principle moons. Kubindi A has also suffered a major impact at some point in the past as seen by the large crater from space. This particular impact might have been large enough for an extinction level event had it struck Kubindi instead of the moon. Like Kubindi B, Kubindi A was a site of mining in the early space travel history of the Kubindi. Kubindi A was mined primarily for its Helium-3 isotopes which helped provide fuel for the early fusion engines used by Kubaz explorers.