First moon to its mother planet Yorao, Norako is a medium size desert moon with large
oasis patches. The dunes of Norako are harsh and the oasis' are strewn with colonies
of small micro bacteria that thrive in the warm muddy blue waters. The oasis' are
what remains of a once lush and beautiful moon and in time will dry up completely
rendering the planet void of organic life. The biggest cluster of oasis' are the
ones on the northern half of the planet, the higher elevations show signs of internal
volcanic activity where pockets of lava light up the horizon.
The dark deep mystery lakes seem to span for hundreds of miles. If any life was to
be possible on Yorao, it would be in the deep waters of its continent sized lakes.
The lakes have an almost crystalline look to them, with none of the water reflections
that are typical to hydrosphere lakes.
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