|Orbital Distance||8.0 AU|
|Orbital Period||22.7 Earth Years|
|Day Length||16.5 Earth Hours|
A relatively small hydrogen-helium gas giant, Pollino remains undeveloped while its sister planet Metaponto garners all the attention. This was not always the case - in 2180, news stories seeded throughout the extranet claimed that element zero was being found on Pollino's moons in record lodes. This turned out to be a scam spread by the Dunawurachum Consortium, an elcor corporation trying to scare up investors. After a small fleet of space probes scouted the area, the hype quickly deflated, and the myth only persists now in unwanted extranet e-mail messages.
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- Pollino may be named after a massif in the Apennines in southern Italy.