|Location:|| Alpha- 25:28:12|
|Surface Gravity:||29.011 G|
|Surface Temperature:||4025 K|
|Mean Density:||1531 kg/m|
|Luminosity:||2.97 x 10^26 W|
|Core Temperature:||20,000,000 K|
|Satellites of note:||Ch'Rihan, Ch'Havran|
Sensor scans of Eisn betray strong signs of calcium as well as similar metals throughout this star's upper atmosphere. It is a small star, with a cooler than average surface temperature, a reduced gravitational impact, and less luminosity than average solar bodies. These values are quite regular for this class of stars, however. Finally, readings taken at periodic intervals indicate that this is a very young star with enough fuel to last for billions of years.
With the exception of the M-Class planets Romulus and Remus and a few rocky planets along the inner orbits, the Eisn system is a system of gas giants. Five of these massive planets share the outer orbits. The first three are strikingly beautiful, sporting broad rings and vibrant storms. The fourth is a protostar, lacking the mass to begin the fusion process, but dwarfing all other bodies in this system. The fifth planet is the smallest of the giants. Its distance from Eisn and slow rotation have robbed it of the energy that the other planets exhibit in their stormy atmospheres.
The Eisn system does not contain an asteroid belt, nor does it have a very large number of comets on its outermost rim. Most of this mass was probably absorbed during the formation of Eisn and its planets. Where most solar systems form imperfectly and leave behind asteroids and planetoids, the Eisn system must have formed quickly enough that the available matter in the region was all captured in a planet.
This is the center of Romulan space. It was discovered by a band of Vulcan refugees at about the time that humans were constructing their pyramids and has remained in Romulan control ever since. The entire Romulan Star Empire relies on this system; the Romulan Senates are located here, as are the primary shipyards, and communication disseminators.