The Atlas of Unvisted Places
Region name: Aspynthia
Entered into The Atlas on: Day 9 of the Month of January, Year 7518
Signals roughly 900 lightyears from the planet Earth have indicated a necessity for a new entry into the Atlas of Unvisted Places. Clear photos rendered via the satellite Aspynth have given us an idea of what to expect of the region, but could not pinpoint its exact coordinates, as the onboard navigation system was down. Named after its discovering satellite, Aspynthia is a very blue region, much more so than any on planet Earth. There is about .009% land in the area, which exhibits a blue hue in the soil (presumably the result of the rare, yet unnamed mineral in the soil also found in Rebetha on the planet Amonorius). A fog roughly 200 meters in height settles around the entirety of the area, over both its land and water.
Photos indicate an above-average population size, estimated to be around 23 000 people per square kilometre. It seems that living structures and related survival structures (e.g., farming pods) span many storeys below the surface of the land, as opposed to aboveground, as is custom here on earth. This enables such a large population to be maintained on so little land. Consequently, the surface of the land appears as if relatively untouched by humans or artificial intelligence. Plant life is in abundance, though most foliage exhibits the same blue colour as the land itself. Images transmitted to Home Earth Base also indicate docks lined with many boats, presumably used to navigate the oceans surrounding the area and as a primitive means of transportation from one region to the next.
Will update this log with additional information immediately after the return of Aspynth’s sister satellites, within two years’ time.