Adad: The Furthest Aquarium
Adad is a relatively young terrestrial planet (equivalent to Jurassic period in Earth time) that is frequently prodded by storms and earthquakes in its still unstable tectonic structure. Nonetheless, life is abundant on Adad, where the majority is compromised of marine biology that inhabit the oceans that make up 85% of Adad. Adad is not known to hold civilized life.
Adad is part of a planetary system that revolves around the star 22 Cygni. Adad has two natural satellites: Hani and Wer, providing dynamic activity to Adad's seas through its complicated gravitational tides.
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