Planet Costellon, home world of the Interstellar Covenanted States rendered in full 3D.
Due to issues with the screen capture, the actual animation was not possible. On the other hand, the music is the actual music in the walkthru.
The song, Cradle of Life, is the anthem to the home world, and was used as the opening to the animation in the walk thru.
Planet Costellon is a large, habitable world that has been the center of much discussion since life has been found beyond its solar system. Being much like Earth in every form, Costellon has had nations that rose and fell with the currents and tides, four time periods of advanced life that lead to the Bahn-Humans; and even ages therein the fourth time period. Costellon is vibrant, enjoying an ecological powerhouse dominated by mammals, especially Bahn-Humans, and intense shifts in ecosystem layout, largely responsible for the size of the planet and its twenty four hour orbit. Costellon is much like Earth, with a large ocean, and Co2/Oxygen atmosphere among other gasses. It has a thick atmospheric layer, and an extremely large population. For twenty million years, Costellon evolved and grew, as a ‘thinking’ world. It's Bahn/Human population formed nations, fought wars, and eventually found a means to unite three years ago to form the Interstellar Covenanted States, a sovereign entity calling Costellon home since then. Although Costellon is vibrant in culture, science and the arts; it is the center of government for the Covenanted States, and roughly 900 planets within that republic. The capitol of the Covenanted States is located in the western shore of Costellon, along the coast known as Punium Bay, in the former country of Genesikos. While Costellon is ever changing and growing, it has a vast, proud natural heritage and ecosystem, particularly mammals, and a warm climate. Overall, Costellon is a must for tourists everywhere, in particular, the capitol of Amani Unus. The city of Amani Unus is highlighted along the Punium Bay in order to showcase its location on planet.