Daibei Rimward Corridor
The Daibei Rimward Corridor is a main of sixty systems extending through six subsectors (Dudin Subsector, Gaalorn Subsector, Hermes Subsector, Mulaar Subsector, Narya Subsector and Zhemi Subsector. There is one arm and two clusters that separate from the main.
- The Zhemi Arm extends from the main at Haden (Zhemi Subsector, 0830). It is an arm of fifteen mainworlds extending through two subsectors (Mulaar Subsector and Zhemi Subsector).
- The Dudin Trace is a trace of five mainworlds that extends from the main at Panorama Ridge (Dudin Subsector, 1829]]. The trace is located entirely in the Dudin Subsector.
- The Kuguuri Cluster is a cluster of five mainworlds that extends from the Zhemi Arm at Repin (Mulaar Subsector, 0929]]. The cluster is located entirely in the Mulaar Subsector.
- All sixty of the main's mainworlds are located in the Daibei Sector (A complete listing of all sixty mainworlds may be found in the below).
History & Background / Dossier
The highest population world on the main, with approximately ninety billion inhabitants, is Zhemi (Zhemi Subsector), 0627). The lowest population world on the main is Wheeler (Mulaar Subsector, 0924) with approximately ten inhabitants.
The Daibei Rimward Corridor is an important trade main located in the rimward portions of the Daibei Sector. First explored during the Rule of Man the corridor historically served as a major route for commerce and colonization of both the rimward and spinward portions of the Daibei Sector.
Worlds & Sectors / Astrography
This astrographic feature is primarily found in the following areas:
- Daibei Sector
Corridor Member Data
Daibei Rimward Corridor:
- Byers World
- Juuri Banii
- Panorama Ridge
- Phillips World
- Port Kells
- Saint Dalmatia
- Sheikh Taya
- Vlaska AKA Gershunas
- White Mountain
World Listing: 1105
References & Contributors (Sources)
- Traveller Wiki Editorial Team
- 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