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replenishment from space to planet resources

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you know how there are solar storms and spacial anomalies like space weather. well those pass through systems to replenish the planets resouces, like on earth the planet sometimes reacieves alien matter from space and it comes down in rain form. well for other planets their atmosphere maniplulates these space storms in different ways to obtain its special resources; for instance the jovan planets versus the terrestial planets they have different atmosphere to collect their needed substances to stay rolling and to keep their balance in there repective solar system. you have to look at solar systems like cultures. i like to use cheese as a reference to much of one thing make the cheese change it culture and im guessing the same goes for the solar system, each one is special in its own way. this would be a good addition for exploration studying the different resources and space storms each system have. this systems also lets the planets get replenished naturally, this happens from the activity in the solar systems from the natural gravitys push and pull.

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botany, chemistry and organic chemistry would be a nice addition for exploration using those mechanics would add more content and some value to the econonmy think of the possible plant genetics that can be crossed/ created from traveling to different systems.

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