System colours (Atlas)

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Disambig.png This article is about the Atlas Rises version of System colours. For the Visions version, see System colours.

System colours classify star systems based on colour.

Summary[edit | edit source]

The colour of a star provides many clues as to what forms of life, resources, and other items appear on its planets.

Yellow Systems[edit | edit source]

  • Warp Reactor Required: Hyperdrive
  • Best chance for lush planets, no chance of exotic.
  • Unique Resource: Emeril, Gold, and/or Aluminium.
    • Note: these resources don't pertain to yellow stars only, they can be found in deposit form only in yellow stars.
  • Sparse rare materials
  • 0-1 Exotic materials per planet

Red Systems[edit | edit source]

  • Warp Reactor Required: Sigma
  • Highest chance for exotic planets, average chance for lush planets
  • Unique Resource: Rubeum
  • Uncommon rare materials
  • 0-1 Exotic materials per planet, usually 0

Green Systems[edit | edit source]

  • Warp Reactor Required: Tau
  • Average chance for lush planets, average chance for exotic planets
  • Unique Resource: Viridium, Emeril
  • Common rare materials
  • 0-1 Exotic materials per planet

Blue Systems[edit | edit source]

  • Warp Reactor Required: Theta
  • Average chance for lush planets, above average chance for exotic planets
  • Unique Resource: Cymatygen
  • Abundant rare materials
  • 1-2 Exotic materials per planet

Release information[edit | edit source]

A star's colour is indicated by the first letter of the star's Spectral class. Much of the above information is courtesy of LoneSeeker777's post on Reddit.[1] Note that these are general results, and there may be exceptions.

Exception: this indicator was not present during the Atlas Rises updates 1.30 through 1.37

References[edit | edit source]

  1. LoneSeeker777 (4 December 2016). PSA: Contents of Solar Systems and Planets have Changed. Here's What's Confirmed.. Reddit. Retrieved 17 December 2016