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The Solar System is a galaxy location where every planet, star and moon are located. One galaxy is known as the Milky Way where one yellow star is inhabited, famously known as the Sun, with a total of nine planets; Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. Each planet has satellites, which are known as Moons.

History

Prelude

Everything in the Solar System was completely normal until in 2009, the nine planets in the Solar System aligned themselves, with a massive solar flare erupting from the Sun, with an unprecedented amount of neutrinos soaring through the Solar System. Earth, the third planet from the Sun, was hit by the solar flare but was protected by its magnetic field. However, due to the alignment of the planets and the neutrinos from the solar flare heating up the Earth's core, it caused a cataclysmic event to occur on Earth, resulting in the planet coming to an end after its crust became unstable.

2012 apocalypse

On December 21st 2012, the worldwide apocalypse impacted the doomed Earth, with three geological natural disasters wrecking and destroying every continent on the planet; earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and gigantic tsunamis. Major cities and nations were severely damaged from the unprecedented strength from the earthquakes, regions and places were rendered uninhabitable by the volcanic eruptions, including supervolcanic eruptions. The tsunamis then flooded each continent on the planet, resulting in major damage and shutdown to all electricity and radio relays.

The apocalyptic event resulted in the deaths of millions of humans, living on Earth in cities, towns, villages and nations. However, the Earth governments were preparing for the upcoming apocalypse, by building nine Arks to save more than 400,000 people. After the Earth's crust shifted more than a thousand miles, one of the Arks suffered damage due to a roof collapse from the shifting of the Earth's crust. When the final tsunami hit the continent of Asia, the three remaining Arks survived the apocalypse with a total of more than 400,000 humans on board.

Aftermath

As a result of the apocalypse, Earth is left with extreme damage and is rendered uninhabitable, and its population of humans became critically endangered, due to over 6 billion humans being killed in the apocalypse, leaving more than 400,000 survivors. When time was reset to year one, the global floodwaters from the tsunamis began to recede and the African continent had risen (which is the only continent that did not suffer extreme damage), allowing the 2012 survivors to begin a new life and rebuild humanity. All across the Solar System, time has started over with the Earth displaying a new landscape.

Planets

A table of planets in the Solar System include:

Planet Name Atmosphere Status
Mercury Hydrogen, Oxygen, Sodium, Helium, Water Vapor, Calcium, Potassium Active
Venus Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen, Sulfur Dioxide Active
Earth Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen, Neon, Argon Destroyed/Uninhabitable
Mars Carbon Dioxide, Molecular Nitrogen, Argon Active
Jupiter Molecular Hydrogen, Helium Active
Saturn Hydrogen, Helium, Methane, Water Ice Active
Uranus Methane, Hydrogen, Helium, Vapor Active
Neptune Hydrogen, Methane, Helium Active
Pluto Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide, Methane Active

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