Hiroshi (SR 2001) (world)

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Hiroshi/Concord (Solomani Rim 2001)
Classic Era (1115)
A558774-C
StarportA Excellent: Starship Construction, Overhaul, Refined fuel
Size5 Medium (8,000 km)
Atmosphere5 Thin
Hydrographics8 Wet World 80%
Population7 Moderate (10 million)
Government7 Balkanization
Law4 Moderate Law (no light assault weapons)
Tech LevelC Average Stellar (robots)
See also UWP
System Details
Primary G6 V
Planetoid Belts 2
Gas Giants 0
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Jump map from Travellermap.com [1]

Hiroshi (SR 2001) is an agricultural world.

Description (Planetology)[edit]

It is an agricultural world with two small moons.


IISS Astrographics Survey[edit]

2001 Hiroshi (Imperial)

Starport: Class V.

Diameter: 4,000 miles (6,400 km). Gravity: 0.75g.
Atmosphere: Thin oxygen-nitrogen.
Hydrographics: 81%.
Climate: Chilly.
Population: 19 million.
Government: Multiple.
Control Level: 2.
Tech Level: 11.
World Trade Number: 5.


History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Hiroshi (SR 2001) is an Imperial agricultural world with two small moons, located in Concord Subsector of the Solomani Rim. Hiroshi was originally settled by Vilani, but early in the Rule of Man a Buddhist organization based on Terra (Solomani Rim 1827) chose the planet for the site of an isolationist colony. Many of the Vilani population accepted at least some Buddhist ideas and the local religion -- an offshoot of Zen Buddhism with distinctly Vilani overtones -- remains important.

One unusual feature of Hiroshian society is the importance of higher mathematics, which manifests in unique local art forms featuring mathematical designs or motifs, and an unusual number of talented mathematicians among the populace.

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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