Chell (Di 3201) (world)

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Chell/Sithula (Divide 3201)
Classic Era (1115)
?475???-?
Starport? Error in Starport Decode
Size4 Small (6,400 km, 0.32g - 0.46g)
Atmosphere7 Standard (tainted)
Hydrographics5 Wet World 50%
Population? Error in Population Decode
Government? Error in Government Decode
Law? Error in Law Decode
Tech Level? Error in Tech Decode
See also UWP
System Details
Primary M0 V
Planetoid Belts 0
Gas Giants 4
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Jump map from Travellermap.com [1]

Chell (Di 3201) does not meet the criteria for any standard classification.


Astrography and Planetology[edit]

This star system is detailed using the Fringian Variant System Description.

Monostellar System[edit]

Chell Monostellar System
Star Name Hierarchy Color Classification Remarks
Chell Primary Red M0 V


System Data[edit]

Chell System[edit]

The primary is an Unnamed ordinary red main sequence star. It has a luminosity of 0.04 Sols, a mass of 0.489 Sols, and a diameter of 764,000 km. (I) Chell orbits within the habitable zone and is designated the mainworld. (II) an exotic atmosphere stormworld, (III) an exotic atmosphere bigworld, (IV) a very large gas giant, (V) a ringed large gas giant, (VI-I) a small gas giant, and (VI-II) a small ice giant form the outer system. Many of the worlds retain satellites.

Mainworld Data[edit]

(I) Chell[edit]

(I) Chell is designated the mainworld. It orbits the primary at a mean distance of 0.15 AU (22.4 million km), within the habitable zone. It has an orbital period of 30 days 8 hours: it is tidally locked to the primary. The axial tilt is 2 degrees. Chell has a diameter of 6,182 km, a density of 4.67 g/cm³, and a surface gravity of 0.41 G. Tidal stresses generated by the gravitational pull of the primary cause frequent geological activity. Its atmosphere is rated as Standard, Tainted, with a mean surface pressure of 0.89 bar and a composition of 80% nitrogen (N2), 19% oxygen (O2), and 1% argon (Ar), water vapor (H2O), carbon dioxide (CO2), neon (Ne) and other trace gases. The taint is caused by airborne radioactive dust: radiation levels exceed 2 rads per hour. Approximately 52% of the surface is covered in oceans of liquid water: average tidal ranges exceed 0.5m. Mean surface temperature: 31°C. The atmosphere is active and strong weather systems driven by the star and the oceans sweep across the globe. The climate is static.

Native Lifeforms[edit]

Chell, the mainworld, has extensive native life, consisting of multicellular organisms and stromatolite-parallels that can be found in almost every ecological niche. Their metabolic functions drive the process of atmospheric renewal.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The Chell system has been studied by the Local Astrographical Survey Project, a part of the Astronomy Department of the University of Selasia.

World starport[edit]

Chell has no listed Starport data.

World technology level[edit]

Chell has no listed Technology Level data.

World government[edit]

Chell has no listed Government data.

World military[edit]

No information yet available.

World economy[edit]

No information yet available.

Trade data[edit]

No information yet available.

World demographics[edit]

Chell has no listed Population data.

World culture[edit]

No information yet available.

Historical data[edit]

No information yet available.

World timeline[edit]

No information yet available.

UWP listing[edit]

No information yet available.

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