Gromar

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Type Planet
System Columbia
Cluster Voyager Cluster

Gromar is a planet in Mass Effect. Gromar is located in the Columbia system within the Voyager Cluster. Planets can be explored while you traverse the galaxy, sometimes you can land on them and other times you only can survey them from the Normandy to obtain resources.

 

Gromar Information

Gromar is a rocky, terrestrial world with a trace atmosphere of krypton and xenon. The frozen surface is mainly composed of copper with deposits of calcium. Prior to the Alliance's expansion into the Voyage Cluster, Gromar hosted half of a Turian interferometric telescope array. Connected with similar telescope in the Attican Beta cluster by an expensive chain of FTL comm buoys, the two functioned as a virtual "lens" with an effective aperture equal to the thousands of light years between them. The Turians used this to map the Terminus Systems with great accuracy.

Orbital Period: 115.6 Earth Years
Radius: 4911 km
Day Length: 30.3 Earth Hours
Atmospheric Pressure: 0.13 Earth Atmospheres
Surface Temperature: -218 Celsius
Surface Gravity: 0.28 G

Gromar Assignments

UNC: Locate Signs of Battle

  • x1 League of One Medallion

 

Gromar Notes and Tips

  •  Notes and tips go here
 
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