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|name = KS-159
 
|name = KS-159
|aka = Cappa Nine Seven <br /> Delfestes <br /> Delfus-Orestes
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|aka = {{il|Cappa Nine Seven|Delfestes|Delfus-Orestes}}
 
|type = [[Asteroid]]
 
|type = [[Asteroid]]
 
|location = Gamatra Sector
 
|location = Gamatra Sector
 
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|appearances = [[PROSE]]: ''[[Tears of the Oracle]]''
 
|appearances = [[PROSE]]: ''[[Tears of the Oracle]]''
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'''KS-159''' was the location of the [[Oracle of the Lost]], a sentient statue that could foretell the future.
 
'''KS-159''' was the location of the [[Oracle of the Lost]], a sentient statue that could foretell the future.

Revision as of 15:08, April 7, 2013

KS-159 was the location of the Oracle of the Lost, a sentient statue that could foretell the future. It was an asteroid that, despite its size, had a relatively normal gravity. It was located in a system with a large, ringed planet within view from the asteroid. (PROSE: Tears of the Oracle)

Hayward Denson was the last person to own KS-159, prior to Irving Braxiatel. Irving Braxiatel won KS-159 in a card game he played against Hayward Denson on Vega Station.

The Temple of the Lost

The Temple of the Lost was located on KS-159, and looked like a Greco-Roman temple, the Oracle sat within the temple. There were also coins littered about with the Oracle's likeness on them. (PROSE: Tears of the Oracle)

2515 expedition to KS-159

Doctor Oleg Mikelz, his wife Louisa Mikelz and his personal assistant Gregor, began an expedition to KS-159 in 2115. On September 11 2115 Edward Watkinson followed up Mikelz's expedition, but died on KS-159. (PROSE: Tears of the Oracle)

Braxiatel Collection

See Braxiatel Collection

Following his winning the asteroid Irving Braxiatel decided to set up his collection on KS-159.

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