The Suvaxiyul

Solar System concept – Map taken from NASA website, and altered.

The Suvaxiyul (soo-vaks-ee-yool) is a gravitationally bound system comprising of a star, Suva, and the objects that orbit it: Yulia (yoo-lee-ah), Yulada (yoo-lah-dah), Ramaxicon (ra-maks-ee-kon), Tharso (th-are-so), Ramarixicon (ra-mar-eeks-ee-kon), Suvaxicon (soo-vaks-ee-kon), Zaxicol (zaks-ee-kol), and Ramyul (ram-yool). The Suvaxiyul sits in the Uruzgat (er-es-gaht) Limb, 26,000 light-years from the center of the Glacial Wave.

The Suvaxiyul formed 4.6 billion years ago. The vast majority of the system’s mass is in Suva, with most of the remaining mass contained in Ramarixicon. Four smaller inner objects, Yulia, Yulada, Ramaxicon and Tharso, are terrestrial planets, composed of rock and metal. The four outer objects are giant planets, more massive than the terrestrials. The two largest, Ramarixicon and Suvaxicon, are gas giants, composed of hydrogen and helium; the two outermost planets, Zaxicol and Ramyul, are ice giants, composed of ices, such as water, ammonia, and methane.