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Location: Andromeda / Heleus Cluster / Pytheas

Pytheas is a large system with six planets and an asteroid belt.

The system is named after the ancient Greek explorer Pytheas of Massalia who explored Europe in antiquity.

AsteroidEdit

DATA:

  • M-type asteroid
  • Diameter: 420 km
  • Surface gravity: 0.034 G

ANALYSIS:
An iron-nickel rich asteroid. Its dust indicates the same Scourge contamination that affects Eos.

EosEdit

Eos is the second planet orbiting the star Pytheas.

Main article: Eos

H-060Edit

H-060 is the first planet orbiting the star Pytheas.

Main article: H-060

H-276Edit

H-276 is the fourth planet orbiting the star Pytheas.

Main article: H-276

Kett Orbital Cache 1Edit

DATA:

  • Multiple drop pods
  • Kett foodstuffs (theoretical)
  • Mixed resources
  • Mixed arms, armor

ANALYSIS:
Significant resource value, as predicted by tech Darket Tiervan.

Kett Orbital Cache 2Edit

DATA:

  • Multiple drop pods
  • Kett foodstuffs (theoretical)
  • Mixed resources
  • Tech components

ANALYSIS:
Significant resource value, floating on the vector that Darket Tiervan predicted.

KhonsuEdit

Khonsu is the sixth planet orbiting the star Pytheas.

Main article: Khonsu

NanukEdit

Nanuk is the fifth planet orbiting the star Pytheas.

Main article: Nanuk

PeleEdit

Pele is the third planet orbiting the star Pytheas.

Main article: Pele

ZK Resource TrackerEdit

DATA:

  • Satellite ID: Encrypted
  • Power readings: ERROR
  • System report: ERROR
  • Status: ERROR

ANALYSIS:
This satellite tracks Initiative shipments and allocates emergency drops without authorization. No ZK-Tracker satellites were authorized or deployed by the Nexus.

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