5: 13: 47
Coordinates: (195, 140)
Because of its unusual gravity conditions, the system is of great interest to scientists from all over the galaxy. In normal systems the planets go around a single sun in perfect ellipses, but here their orbit is partially deformed at the position, which bring a planet close to the neighboring star.
The Chorios system remained uninhabited for centuries, though there are two planets with ideal conditions for colonizing. Brachnis Chorios and Peddicus Chorios both have breathable atmosphere and moderate temperature range. The planets aren't very large, but a few cities were eventually established on their surface without any serious danger for the environment.
Brachnis Chorios has it's own moon which is registered as XR-564412-01B.
The system also includes an asteroid field, registered as XRV-519249651-2C1. Presumably the asteroids are the remains of another body that once orbited one of the five suns, but had a much shorter geological life-span than its sister planets.
Another remarkable feature of the Chorios system is the Chorios Hell. A small moon orbiting the Chorios I star, the planetoid basks in the searing heat of the nearby star, which causes its surface temperatures to be high enough that most non-synthetic materials are reduced to ash before ever reaching its fiery surface.
Other planets of the system include two gas giants, Gast Chorios and Almeyda, a cold planet of Num Chorios and four hot planets: Ampliquen, Hord Chorios, Budpock, King`s Galquek and the last five of them have breathable atmospheres.
|Lantillies Sun||2, 4||Sun||30x30||0||-||-|
|Lantillies I Companion||5, 10||Moon||3x3||0||-||-|
|Lantillies I||7, 11||Hot/breathable||8x8||50,338||-||-|
|Lantillies Moon||15, 6||Moon||3x3||9,425,962||-||-|