Versaos (Ver-Say-Ous) is a warm class M planet. the native species are only single-celled bacteria and plants, but human colonies are also present.
- Tes (dwarf)
- Valos (dwarf)
- Cea (dwarf)
- Xath (dwarf)
The planet is in the milky way galaxy.
Twin Star Barycenter: RS 8474-2738-6-90995-10.
it is one of two habitable planets in the system.
it is orbiting the Orange Dwarf
Atmosphere: CO2, (Carbon Dioxide), N2 (Nitrogen), O2 (Oxygen), SO2 (sulfur Dioxide),
Versaos was formed from multiple asteroids and dwarf planets that clumped together. dust particles from the protoplanetary disk that was around the twin stars at the time. the final recorded impact happened shortly after humans achieved FTL travel, when a large dwarf planet crashed into Versaos, killing all multicellular life, but turned the frozen ice caps they fed on into a nice, warm liquid ocean. it is also believed that this collision created two of its moons, the most likely being Tes and Valos. it may have also disrupted the orbit of Xath, which is why it is leaving the planetary system. to gather more information about the collision, multiple science bases were created. they made some interesting discoveries
- a moon, a Selena similar in size to Luna, once orbited Versaos. it was brought down by the dwarf planet that crashed into Versaos. the moon is now called "Sev"
- before the crash, Versaos was a Titan world. the crash may have brought in oxygen molecules.
- if this is the case, the plant cells existing on Versaos might have came from the dwarf planet
- atmospheric scans had shown that the dwarf planet DID have a thin atmosphere, and plant life might have been present on it.
- caves on the planet have old tools inside them that indicate a sentient species lived on the planet, probably killed by the dwarf planet. a body or even fossils have yet be be uncovered, so no one knows what they look like. however, carving on the tools suggest that they were insectiod. this species was named "Sevos", named after the moon was destroyed along with the species
The labs proved humans could survive on Versos surface, and it was chosen to be colonized during the third age. however, few wished to move to the backwater planet, and less then two-thousand people currently live here