Ignibum Falaria, is a superheated gas giant planet in the Falaria System, situated in the Anthrovian Cosmos of the Palioxis Starfield. As a gas giant, the atmosphere of Ignibum Falaria is primarily composed of hydrogen and helium, with a smaller percentage of it's composition going to gasses such as ammonia.
Ignibum Falaria is slowly dying, with it's atmosphere being stripped away by it's parent star in a process called an hydronomic escape. Ignibum Falaria's atmosphere is being stripped so fast, that it is estimated that it only has two thousand years left. After the two thousand years, the planet is nothing but an insignificant remainder of the once great gas giant, the core of Ignibum Falaria.
The orbit of Ignibum Falaria is decaying as a result of tidal interactions between the planet and the host star Falaria. Due to this decay, the orbital period will get shorter and the planet will get closer to the host star, until it will become part of the star. The planet has only an estimated hundred thousand years left till that event.
It is currently uncertain what caused Ignibum Falaria to have a decaying orbit. This knowledge can be unlocked once the atmosphere is stripped away from the planet by it's parent star, and it's core is revealed. It is theorized that Ignibum Falaria was struck by a large planet or a moon in the far past. This collision would leave many markings on the core of the planet. A few orbital anomalies and irregularities in the Falaria System also contribute to that theory, almost entirely proving it to be true.
A deep dive mission into the atmosphere revealed the existence of an alien structure situated nearly twenty thousand kilometers deep inside the atmosphere of Ignibum Falaria. The structure, called Renesian cryolab, is shaped like a large cube with various blue lines running throughout it's external hull. The inside is composed of many corridors and a singular large central room containing many primitive cryogenic pods inside it.
These cryogenic pods host an entire sapient species in cryosleep. This species has been dubbed the Alpha Aizawans, named after their homeworld of Aizawa in the Falaria System. This might be because the Alpha Aizawans were never close to inventing a faster-than-light engine, and in nearly two million years, a star would pass the Falaria System, with the distance between the two stars being only 0.64 light years at their closest approach.
This structures, as with the species, will meet their end. As in two thousand years, the Renesian cryolab will simply fall down to the remaining core of the gas giant, ultimately destroying it, along with bringing the species to their ultimate extinction. Throughout the local government, many plans of putting the Alpha Aizawan species out of cryosleep and introducing them to the highly advanced society of Cosmoria have been proposed. Currently, the proposal is being looked through, and may be accepted in the near-future.
Many far smaller structures reside deep within the clouds of Ignibum Falaria, situated near the Renesian Cryolab. These structures have been officially states as Renesian Arks. While smaller, Renesian Arks host many species in large controlled environments, taken from various worlds in the Falaria system, ranging from worlds such as Aizawa, to even Ignibum Falaria itself.
The structure and looks of Renesian Arks vary a little compared to the Renesian Cryolab. Instead of green lines, Renesian Arks contain blue lines running throughout the external hull. Other visual appearance, however, is identical to the Renesian Cryolab.
As of today, Ignibum Falaria has two extremely close-orbiting dwarf moons called Kighe and Hjien. As dwarf moons, most of them are water-ice and metal-rich asteroids.
In the past, however, Ignibum Falaria was estimated to have been the center of the largest theorized moon system in the Falaria System. An estimated amount of seven major moons likely used to orbit the vast gas giant. Many smaller dwarf astesroids moons also orbited Ignibum Falaria, with the amount of them being in hundreds. These statements, however, have not been proven.