Santa Fe Arms M-59
U.S built copy of the Italian Beretta BM-59, a rifle based on the M1 Garand but uses a detachable box magazine. The M-59 is chambered in 7.62x51mm. Generally these Santa Fe models are assembled with rewelded receivers of questionable quality control. While a real BM-59 can cost upwards of $2,500+, the M-59 within reason is maybe around $1,000 or even less. (GRH)
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Pictures of the Day 2 - December 30, 2018
Here we come across an Earth-like world with violet hued skies. This planet supports marine life and orbits a star within a globular cluster. There are 137 star systems just within 5 light years of this planet, and the planet’s sky is lit up with their light. Most of the stars are close enough to be visible during the day. Additionally, this planet is located within a quandary star system consisting of an K type orange dwarf orbited three smaller red dwarfs in a wide complex orbit.
While Earth-Like, there are notable differences from Earth. First, the planet has almost no obliquity meaning it has no axial tilt and therefore does not experience seasons. Massive ice caps cover both poles. The planet also spins very slowly with a solar day lasting almost 3.86 Earth days. Only 4 small asteroid moons orbit the planet. Additionally, life is limited to the oceans, and the atmosphere is almost entirely made up of carbon dioxide.
Space Engine System ID: RSC 5581-4-4-2706-51 A4 to visit the system in Space Engine.
Planet Stats Below:
Radius: 5,268.61 km (0.83 x Earth)
Mass: 0.59 Earth Masses
Orbital Distance: 0.43 AU
Length of Year: 118.88 Days
Length of Solar Day: 3.86 Days
Gravity: 0.86 g
Average Temperature: 277 K (39° F)
Atmospheric Pressure: 0.52 Atmospheres
Atmospheric Composition: 92.7% Carbon Dioxide, 4.23% Nitrogen, 3.02% Oxygen, 0.05% Sulfur Dioxide.
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