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Patsayev
Patsayev
Planet View
Orbital Distance 4.2 AU
Orbital Period 8.6 Earth Years
Keplerian Ratio 1.002
Radius 6,351 km
Day Length 18.9 Earth Hours
Atm. Pressure Trace
Surface Temp −118 °C
Surface Gravity 1.0 g
Mass 0.984 Earth Masses
Satellites N/A

Location: Milky WayHades NexusPamyat System Third planet

Prerequisite: Star Chart from Baria Frontiers store (Mass Effect 2)
Prerequisite: Priority: Rannoch (Mass Effect 3)

DescriptionEdit

Mass Effect 2Edit

A rock planet encased in frozen oceans, Patsayev is notable for the largest written message ever created by a human being. Andrei Kobzar, a disgruntled miner whose fortunes were spent prospecting for eezo, used the mass accelerator cannon of a local mercenary group's A-61 Mantis gunship to carve a 208-kilometer long message in the ice saying "Zdes' nichego net," Russian for "There's nothing here."

The message can easily be seen from space. Ironically, the message itself, intended to discourage future colonists, now draws small tourist crowds.

Mass Effect 3Edit

A rock planet encased in frozen oceans, Patsayev was notable for the largest written message ever created by a human being. Andrei Kobzar, a disgruntled miner whose fortunes were spent prospecting for eezo, used the mass accelerator cannon of a local mercenary group's A-61 Mantis gunship to carve a 208-kilometer long message in the ice saying "Zdes' nichego net," Russian for "There's nothing here."

The message used to be visible from low orbit. Ironically, the message itself appears to have been melted away by another determined individual with heavy equipment, and now, truly, there is nothing here.

Mineral DepositsEdit

Initial Scanner Result: Rich

Mineral Amount Approximate Value
Palladium Medium 5,000
Platinum High 17,000
Iridium Medium 6,400
Element Zero None 0

Trivia Edit

  • Even though the galactic codex states that the disgruntled miner's message is visible from space, it is visible neither in the planet scanner nor the planet overview.
  • Patsayev is most likely named after Viktor Patsayev, a Soviet cosmonaut who died during space flight.

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