Epsilon Mynos System

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The Epsilon Mynos system was an single star, inhabited planetary system with a sole primary. For centuries, legends identified this system as the location of the fabled civilization on Aldea. In 2364, Aldea made first contact with the Federation starship USS Enterprise-D.

Planetary System

I. Ekasi

Ekasi, also known as Epsilon Mynos I, was a planet, the first planet in the Epsilon Mynos star system. Ekasi was a class F planet, located close to the central star, too close in fact to support any semblance of a lifeform-supporting planetary atmosphere.

II. Zevae

Zevae, also known as Epsilon Mynos II, was a planet, the second planet in the Epsilon Mynos star system. Zevae was a class F planet, located close to the central star, too close in fact to support any semblance of a lifeform-supporting planetary atmosphere.

III. Aldea (Episilon Mynos III)

For more information on Aldea, visit its page in this database.

IV. Deadara

Deadara, also known as Epsilon Mynos IV, was a planet, the fourth planet in the Epsilon Mynos star system. Deadara was a class L planet, a world with the possility of sustaining a lifeform-supporting planetary atmosphere. However, the closest civilization, the Aldeans of Epsilon Mynos III, had never made any attempts to colonize or terraform Deadara.

V. Chynne

Chynne, also known as Epsilon Mynos V, was a planet located in the space of the galaxy's Alpha or Beta Quadrants, the fifth planet in orbit of the Epsilon Mynos star system. Chynne was a class J planet, a gas giant, too tenuous to support any semblance of a lifeform-supporting planetary atmosphere.

VI. Seosire

Seosire, also known as Epsilon Mynos VI, was a planet, the sixth planet in the Epsilon Mynos star system. Seosire was a class J planet, a gas giant, too tenuous to support any semblance of a lifeform-supporting planetary atmosphere.

VII. Telea

Telea, also known as Epsilon Mynos VII, was a planet, the seventh planet in the Epsilon Mynos star system. Telea was a class J planet, a gas giant, too tenuous to support any semblance of a lifeform-supporting planetary atmosphere.

VIII. Phaldos

Phaldos, also known as Epsilon Mynos VIII, was a planet, the eighth planet in the Epsilon Mynos star system. Phaldos was a class D planet, located far from the central star, too far in fact to support any semblance of a lifeform-supporting planetary atmosphere.