Named for the first landing of the human explorer Leif Eriksson, Helluland's crust is largely composed of aluminum with sulfur deposits, brought to the surface via volcanic activity.
A valuable light metal. This deposit is close to the surface and relatively easy to mine.
Awards a random small amount of Aluminum when scanned.
The planet is named after the North American region of the same name, which was visited by Lief Eriksson, the system's namesake.