Forlorn (SR 2132) (world)

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Forlorn/Gemini (Solomani Rim 2132)
Classic Era (1115)
C596365-9
StarportC Routine: No Construction, Major Repair, Unrefined fuel
Size5 Medium (8,000 km)
Atmosphere9 Dense (tainted)
Hydrographics6 Wet World 60%
Population3 Low (2 thousand)
Government6 Captive Government/Colony
Law5 Moderate Law (no concealable weapons)
Tech Level9 Early Stellar (fusion)
See also UWP
System Details
Primary M3 V
Planetoid Belts 2
Gas Giants 4
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Jump map from Travellermap.com [1]

Forlorn (SR 2132) is a high-population world with a billion or more sophonts in population size.

Description (Planetology)[edit]

Non-canon: Ross 619 is one of the closest stars to Terra, a mere three jumps away in Gemini subsector. Its main world, Forlorn, is one of three Garden-class worlds (the others being Inferno and Calgary) in the dead-end Rimward Pocket. Unfortunately all three are flawed and unpleasant in one or more ways. Both Inferno and Forlorn have too much carbon dioxide, making it impossible for Humans to breathe without aid. While Inferno suffers in the usual steamy manner for having an excess of greenhouse gas, Forlorn arrived at its state in a peculiar way, which makes it interesting to many Confederation scientists.


IISS Astrographics Survey[edit]

2132 Forlorn (Imperial)

Starport: Class III.

Diameter: 4,000 miles (6,400 km). Gravity: 0.71g.
Atmosphere: Dense, tainted oxygen-nitrogen.
Hydrographics: 62%.
Climate: Cold.
Population: 2,600.
Government: Captive (Hephaistos).
Control Level: 3.
Tech Level: 10.
World Trade Number: 3.


History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Forlorn is a low-population Imperial world located in the Outback within Gemini Subsector of the Solomani Rim.

Forlorn is owned by the Hephaistos Company, and is being used as the new testing ground for the company’s terraforming research.

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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  1. "Jump Map API" and map location from Travellermap.com