Classification of planets in the Black Eye Galaxy

Friends, today we want to introduce you to the types of planets that are present in the Black Eye Galaxy

At the moment, there is no one generally accepted classification of the planets. Therefore, we took the Star Trek fan site classifier as a basis and extended it to cover all variants of our galaxy

Class D Planetoid or moon with little to no atmosphere. Extraction of resources is usually not difficult, but the construction of a ground station can be irrational due to the small size of the object

Class H Uninhabitable. Usually rocky planet with no or minimal atmosphere. Natural resource extraction is usually straightforward. Depending on the nature of the formation of the planet, there can be both poor and very rich in valuable and rare minerals

Class I Ice planets. Planets with very low temperatures are partially or completely covered with ice. Due to the presence of ice in large quantities, they can be the basis for small planet bases

Class K Habitable, as long as pressure domes are used. Could be terraformed to class M

Class M Earth-like, with atmospheres containing oxygen and, typically, nucleogenic particles. Largely habitable for humanoid life forms

Class N Dense toxic atmosphere. The surface and core of the planet are rockier than that of class T planets. In the low layers of the atmosphere, constant strong hurricanes usually rage. Extraction of natural resources can be difficult

Class T Gas giant. Composed mainly of hydrogen and helium. They have high pressure and temperature in the lower atmosphere. Extraction of natural resources could be very difficult

Class Y Lava planet. Volcanic planets with numerous active volcanoes and high surface temperatures. Extraction of natural resources is usually difficult

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