Thegeuse

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Type Planet
System Tereshkova
Cluster Armstrong Nebula

Thegeuse is a Planet in Mass Effect. Thegeuse is located in the Tereshkova system within the Armstrong Nebula 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.

 

Thegeuse Information

Thegeuse is a terrestrial world with an atmosphere of chlorine and krypton. The surface is mainly composed of silicates with deposits of carbon. Thegeuse has a low mass for its size, and is tidally locked to the star Tereshkova-A. The temperature difference between the sunward "hot pole" and the dark side "cold pole" creates constant gale-force winds across the terminator.

Orbital Period: 25.3 Earth Years
Radius: 5130 km
Day Length: 5.2 Earth Hours
Atmospheric Pressure: 0.49 Earth Atmospheres
Surface Temperature: -141 Celsius
Surface Gravity: 0.47 G

Thegeuse Missions and Assignments

UNC: Valuable Minerals

  • x1 Heavy Metal (Mercury)

 

Thegeuse Notes and Tips

  •  Notes and tips go here
 
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