Sesmose

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Type Planet
System Newton
Cluster Kepler Verge

Sesmose is a Planet in Mass Effect. Sesmose is located in the Newton system within the Kepler Verge 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.

 

Sesmose Information

Sesmose is an ice dwarf world, its surface composed almost entirely of frozen water. Normally a planetoid this small would not rate inclusion on the system’s charts, but Sesmose's unusually large and beautiful ring of ice crystals has made it a popular subject for visual artists.

The ring is the result of a glancing equatorial impact, which left a large "trench," and threw a great deal of melted water into the atmosphere. The rings are a temporary feature that will completely decay in a few thousand years.

Orbital Period: 272.2 Earth Years
Radius: 3111 km
Day Length: 23.9 Earth Hours
Atmospheric Pressure: 0.00 Earth Atmospheres
Surface Temperature: -188 Celsius
Surface Gravity: 0.09 G

Sesmose Missions and Assignments

 N/A

 

Sesmose Notes and Tips

  •  Notes and tips go here
 
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