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Aisatsush ZO425

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The subject of this article is from the Foundation update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 7 March, 2017.
Aisatsush ZO425
Aisatsush ZO425
Star system HUB-G-1F8 RobertJohnson
Region Rentocniijik Expanse
Galaxy Euclid
Biome Lush - No Water
Weather Mild Rain
Resources Pt, Pu, Zn
Sentinels Low Security
Flora Frequent
Fauna Typical
Discovered by Syn1334
Release Foundation

Aisatsush ZO425 is a planet.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Aisatsush ZO425 2.jpg

Aisatsush ZO425 is a planet in the HUB-G-1F8 RobertJohnson system.

This lush planet is not particularly welcoming, as 3 of its 5 terrestrial species are predators. This includes a large (4.25m) predator six-legged cow, Easturare Omesfa, and a "true beetle" with claws, Heweididum Incraan.

This planet's name is quite similar to the name of a different lush planet, Drogradur NO425.

Atmosphere and climate[edit | edit source]

Aisatsush ZO425 1.jpg

Slightly hazy blue skies with airborne plant particulates visible above ground. This planet's habitable climate presents no drain on exosuit shields or life support systems.

1.0 Rad/18.9 Tox, 6.3 °C

Waypoints[edit | edit source]

Notable locations[edit | edit source]

Life[edit | edit source]

Fauna[edit | edit source]

Fauna Completion %[edit | edit source]

PS4: 70% (Remaining species are most likely subterranean, but I spent a long time in the caves and didn't find a single species, even after leaving & returning.)

PC:

Fauna Temperament Gender Diet Height Genus
Easturare Omesfa Hunter Radical (pictured), Exotic Insect-eater 4.11-4.25m Hexungulatis Easturare Omesfa.jpg
Heweididum Incraan Unpredictable Rational (pictured), Asymmetric Scavenger 0.83-0.91m Conokinis Heweididum Incraan.jpg

Flora[edit | edit source]

Red and blue "lollipop grass," with various, mostly blue trees.

Gallery[edit | edit source]