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🔭 Research Impact
Research Impact is an attribute that summarizes the rarity of each DexoWorld. By combining the probabilities of each of the other attributes, one can calculate the probability of generating another planet that's exactly the same. The lower this probability, the higher the impact is on the fictional research community of the Veran Way.
Ordinary Unusual Noteworthy Interesting Remarkable Extraordinary Groundbreaking
5790 3811 685 352 227 93 50
52.60% 34.62% 6.22% 3.20% 2.06% 0.84% 0.45%
☁️ Size and Composition
DexoWorlds come in all different sizes, just like the planets in our solar system. You'll notice here that larger planets are easier to come by— astronomers have found many more large planets than smaller ones. Is this because extra large planets are truly more common, or just because they're easier to find when they're big?
XL Gas S Rocky M Rocky L Gas XS Rocky XL Rocky XL Liquid L Rocky L Liquid M Gas M Liquid S Liquid XS Liquid
1636 1377 1297 1099 994 837 827 820 809 445 440 316 111
14.86% 12.51% 11.78% 9.98% 9.03% 7.60% 7.51% 7.45% 7.35% 4.04% 4.00% 2.87% 1.01%
As you might know already, worlds can come in all sorts of beautiful colors and patterns. Just check out Jupiter and some of its moons to see how diverse it can get, even in the same neighborhood. The color that you see from above is cause by either the chemical makeup of its surface, atmosphere, or both. And while there aren't any rainbow worlds in our solar system, who knows... maybe we'll a rainbow exoplanet someday.
Blue Red Orange Yellow Purple Green Pink Gray Black Rainbow
2019 1916 1854 1524 1180 1039 646 417 311 102
18.34% 17.41% 16.84% 13.84% 10.72% 9.44% 5.87% 3.79% 2.83% 0.93%
🔡 Order of Orbit
Every planetary system consists of one or more worlds orbiting around a singe (or sometimes binary) star. In the case of our solar system, we have eight (or nine if you're old school). In other cases, there could be a single, lonely planet orbiting its star. In the Veran Way Galaxy, there can be anywhere from one to eleven planets orbiting a single star. Each planet is named after its central star, and a letter is appended to the end in alphabetical order to mark the order of the planets from closest to farthest, just like when a real exoplanetary system is discovered.
1st Planet (a) 2nd Planet (b) 3rd Planet (c) 4th Planet (d) 5th Planet (e) 6th Planet (f) 7th Planet (g) 8th Planet (h) 9th Planet (q) 10th Planet (x) 11th Planet (z)
2500 2218 1904 1504 1120 775 491 276 140 62 18
22.71% 20.15% 17.30% 13.66% 10.17% 7.04% 4.46% 2.51% 1.27% 0.56% 0.16%
🌟 Star System Sizes
Some star systems can have no planets in orbit at all, and some can have tens of planets! In the Veran Way galaxy, one can find planets that are orbiting alone around their star, or they can have up to ten siblings, for a maximum of 11 planets. At some point soon, stars will be available as NFTs in the Veran Way galaxy, and, in order to get one, you will have to collect every planet orbiting around each star. If your DexoWorld is the only one orbiting its particular star, it's your lucky day because you already qualify! If yours is 1 in 11, well, good luck, but the reward could be worth it!
3 Planets 4 Planets 5 Planets 2 Planets 6 Planets 1 Planet 7 Planets 8 Planets 9 Planets 10 Planets 11 Planets
400 384 345 314 284 282 215 136 78 44 18
16.00% 15.36% 13.80% 12.56% 11.36% 11.28% 8.60% 5.44% 3.12% 1.76% 0.72%
🗺️ Number of Planets
These rarities represent the number of DexoWorlds in systems with N total worlds in orbit. For example, the most worlds are orbiting in star systems with 5 total planets. In addition, there are 282 planets in 1-planet systems, meaning they have no sibling planets. These so-called "1/1" systems guarantee a DexoStar NFT during the next phase of the project!
5-planet system 6-planet system 4-planet system 7-planet system 3-planet system 8-planet system 9-planet system 2-planet system 10-planet system 1-planet system 11-planet system
1725 1704 1536 1505 1200 1088 702 628 440 282 198
15.67% 15.48% 13.95% 13.67% 10.90% 9.88% 6.38% 5.70% 4.00% 2.56% 1.80%
🌙 Moons (Large Satellites)
Some planets have moons, also known as natural satellites, and some do not. That's just the way it is. And some have a lot of moons . In the Veran Way Galaxy, each planet can have up to 60 moons. However, most of these moons will likely be very small. Certainly too small to be visible from your shuttle. For every 15 satellites a DexoWorld has, I will have 1 large satellite visible in its image.
No Moons 1 Moon 2 Moons 3 Moons 4 Moons
5412 3773 1559 246 18
49.16% 34.28% 14.16% 2.23% 0.16%
Planetary rings are a beautiful sight to behold, and can hide many interesting clues about a world's composition or origins. The famous rings of Saturn, for example, are mostly made of bits of water ice, ranging in size from a grains of sand to that of a large building! That said, Saturn isn't the only planet with rings in our solar system. DexoWorlds can have rings too, that are either gray-green in color or a magnificent pink-blue. While we don't expect to find these special rings in the Milky Way, we still love them just the same.
None Thick Dark Normal Dark Thin Dark Thick Special Normal Special Thin Special
7738 1568 1068 560 41 21 12
70.29% 14.24% 9.70% 5.09% 0.37% 0.19% 0.11%
In the Milky Way, we've only found life on one planet thus far. And most likely, you're on it right now. (If you're not... well, DM me). Could there be other life out there? Some even ask, how could there not be with so many planets? Others might respond, well if they're there, how come we haven't found them? The truth is, with only one example, it's very hard to say one way or the other until we find evidence. Don't despair though, In the Veran Way Galaxy there are many planets that host all different forms of life. With microbial life, unfortunately you can't tell by looking at an image. For intelligent life, you will see orbiting a manmade satellite in orbit, and if there is interplanetary life, you will find a space shuttle! (Unfortunately there's no way to know if the civilization is warp-capable or not).
None Microbial Intelligent Interplanetary
10690 156 101 61
97.11% 1.42% 0.92% 0.55%
✨ Background Stars
The color of the background stars of a DexoWorld is mainly related to its location in the galaxy. Towards the center, and and along the spiral arms, there are a lot of young, bright blue stars. Far out from the center, most of the stars are old, red stars that have been around for billions upon billions of years. Elsewhere in the galaxy, there is a good mix of all different stellar types, rendering white background stars. Then, every now and then, just for fun, the background stars might be green for no reason at all... something that doesn't happen in our universe. This is one of the big unsolved mysteries stumping the scientists of the Veran Way Galaxy.
White Blue Red Green
6327 3572 1060 49
57.48% 32.45% 9.63% 0.45%
📍 Location in Galaxy
The Veran Way Galaxy has a spiral shape, just like our Milky Way. Spiral galaxies often have a straight bar in the center, and arms that snake outward from there. Some are wound tightly and some have wide-sweeping arms. In the Milky Way, scientists have named these different arms. The Veran Way Galaxy has many galactic neighborhoods as well, from the crowded Hypatian and Marshan arms to the sparse Outerlands.
Nether Arm Jacobian Spur Ridean Spur Marshan Arm Hypatian Arm Outerlands Galactic Bar
2679 2014 1668 1415 1329 1061 842
24.34% 18.30% 15.15% 12.85% 12.07% 9.64% 7.65%