
This is a diagram of the P9 Polar Star core structure. I have not modeled any solutions off of it as I feel it is too distended to represent a good candidate for the light isotopes. More spherical solutions must be sought out. This core structure may be used in heavy nuclei, or excited states of an isotope, but that remains to be seen. 
Required Snap Points: P=90 N=99 Available Snap Points: __ Pinned Vector Bosons: __  
L1 = ?" (Structural) L2 = ?" (Equatorial) L3 = ?" (Filler) L4 = ?" (Polar) 
Model Diameter: ?" Loop Ratios: (1:2): ? (1:3): ? (1:4): ? (2:3): ? (2:4): ? (3:4): ? 
Loop Equation: 9(L1) + ?(L2) + ?(L3) + ?(L4) = 459"  
Snap Point Equation: 9(?) + ?(?) + ?(?) + ?(?) = __ A.S.P.  Radical Strings: + __ P.V.B. = 90 R.S.P. (99 for N9) 