Hope Submerge (HS-63B)

Hope Submerge (HS-63B)

pieman101
Description
A planet nearly completely water. At the top and bottom, there are great expanses of ice, but that's all the land. Beneath the water are millions of billions of sea creatures, some are carnivorous and lethal, whilst some feed on the various coral and plant life. Scans show that the water is about 20km deep all over, and if we were to colonize here, the only good place would be the ice, or in it's atmosphere. Why not, ON the water? Well, more scans show that there a creatures down there that are probably as big as New York City. Incredibly rare and worth a fortune, but also hard to catch and the deadliest sea creature of all of them. Why no clouds? This is because it has hardly any atmosphere, and so all of the evaporated water floats into space, and then falls as 'space rain' or rain that has collected in space and entered HS-63B's gravitational pull. It has no moon, so there are no tides. The water rages everywhere. Next to Hope Manta, this is also a near ideal planet. #hope #hope_submerege #new_york_city #pieman101 #planet #sea_creatures #submerge #tides #water
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