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|Anatar/Drexilthar (Reaver's Deep 2128)|
|Classic Era (1115)|| |
|New Era (1200)|| |
Anatar is a barren garden world with no overt population, government, or law level.
- It is a garden world with a near-ideal, utopian environment conducive to most sophonts.
- This world is valuable property, as a garden world, and will likely soon be populated...
- It is a Non-Aligned world dominated by human sophonts located in the Drexilthar Subsector of Reaver's Deep Sector.
Description (Astrography & Planetology)
No information yet available.
Primary: Drathler, spectral class G0 V. ICN S4K0508G0V. Mass 1.04 standard. Stellar diameter 1.03 standard. Luminosity 1.21 standard.
Planetary System: Seven major bodies. One Inhabited world (Tharrill, IV), one potentially habitable world (Anatar, V). Two gas giants, two planetoid belts, one captured planet (Anatar, V), which fails to follow accepted planetary progression laws, in system.
V Anatar: Mean orbital radius, 194.48 million kilometers (1.3 AU). Period, 530.87 days ... No satellites ... Diameter, 11,509 kilometers. Density, 1.04. Mass, 0.697 standard. Mean surface gravity, 0.91 G. Rotation period: 18 hours, 28 minutes, 35 seconds. Axial Inclination, 16°5'5.0" Orbital eccentricity, .100 ... Albedo, .30 ... Surface atmospheric pressure, 1.5atm; composition, standard oxygen-nitrogen mix with viral taint. Requires filter mask to breathe atmosphere directly. Hydrographic percentage, 71%; composition, liquid water. Mean summer surface temperature (at apastron), 11°C. Mean winter surface temperature (at periastron), 9.5°C.
History & Background (Dossier)
Remarks: Anatar, Tharrill's sister world, was settled by the Carrillian Assembly and was, with the exception of a considerably chillier climate, virtually equal in potential to Tharrill itself. Both colonies thrived until, about two centuries ago, disaster struck Anatar. The Red Plague of 922 was one of the most horrible catastrophes in human history.
- Rumor has it that, during the evacuation, a starship carrying a large shipment of valuable paintings, sculpture and other priceless pieces from the Planetary Museum crash landed somewhere in the wilderness northwest of the capital city. Two expeditions have visited the world in hopes of locating and salvaging the lost artwork; both of them contracted the Red Plague - two survivors came back from the first expedition and none from the second. This has caused fresh consideration of the problem and has led to the theory that the virus can be absorbed through exposed skin as well as through the lungs. No one has been willing to test this assumption, however, by another visit to Anatar.
References & Contributors (Sources)
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- J. Andrew Keith. Far Traveller 1 (FASA, 1982), TBD.
- Dale Kemper. Far Traveller 2 (FASA, 1983), TBD.
- Jim Cunningham, John Harshman, J. Andrew Keith, Marc W. Miller, Gordon Sheridan. Atlas of the Imperium (Game Designers Workshop, 1984), TBD.
- J. Andrew Keith, Marc Miller, John Harshman. Aslan (Game Designers Workshop, 1984), TBD. (named but no further data)
- William H. Keith, Jr.. Duneraiders (Gamelords, 1984), TBD.
- J. Andrew Keith. Ascent to Anekthor (Gamelords, 1984), TBD.
- J. Andrew Keith. Pilot's Guide to the Drexilthar Subsector (Gamelords, 1984), TBD. (data-generated)
- J. Andrew Keith. Escape (Marischal Adventures, 1987), TBD.
- Gary L. Thomas. The Travellers' Digest 16 (Digest Group Publications, 1989), TBD.
- James Holden, Joe D. Fugate Sr., Terrance McInnes. Vilani & Vargr (Digest Group Publications, 1990), TBD. (dot map provided)
- Peter G. Celella, James Holden. Solomani & Aslan (Digest Group Publications, 1991), TBD. (dot map provided)
- Loren Wiseman. Challenge 54 (Game Designers' Workshop, 1991), 20.
- Kevin Knight. "Pilot's Guide to the Caledon Subsector." Traveller Chronicle 05 (1994): TBD.
- Kevin Knight. Traveller Chronicle 06 (Sword of the Knight Publications, 1994), TBD.
- Kevin Knight. "A Pilot's Guide to the Caledon Subsector." Traveller Chronicle 07 (1995): TBD.
- William H. Keith Jr., J. Andrew Keith. Scam (Cargonaut Press, 1998), TBD.
- Paul Sanders, J. Andrew Keith. Reaver's Deep Sector Sourcebook (Cargonaut Press, 1998), TBD.
- Steve Jackson, Loren Wiseman. Alien Races 4 (Steve Jackson Games, 2001), TBD.
- GURPS Traveller: Humaniti, pgs. 79-85
- Brett Kruger. Into the Deep 4 (BKP, 2011), TBD.
- EXTERNAL LINK: Into the Deep #1 Link
- EXTERNAL LINK: Archive.org RingSurf Reavers' Deep Net Ring by Author & Contributor: Keven R. Pittsinger of the RingSurf Reavers' Deep Net Ring
- EXTERNAL LINK: Caledon Subsector - Jimmy Simpson
- EXTERNAL LINK: JTAS Library Data
- EXTERNAL LINK: Non-Canon Traveller Library (defunct)
- Traveller Wiki Editorial Team
- Author & Contributor: Mitchberg
- Author & Contributor: IISS Junior Administrator and Master Astrographer Ensign Phillips
- Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master of Sophontology Maksim-Smelchak of the Ministry of Science