Khakhan Track

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The Khakhan Track is an astrographic feature located in Reaver's Deep Sector and Daibei Sector.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Khakhan Track is a trace of twenty one systems.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The highest population world on the trace, with approximately ninety billion inhabitants, is Khakhan (world) (Nightrim Subsector, 3220). The lowest population world on the trace is Judgement (world) (Woomera Subsector, 0420) with approximately 80 inhabitants.

The trace is named for the mainworld Khakhan (world) (Nightrim Subsector, 3220). This high population, high technology planet is a major economic power in the region and also possesses a large naval base. It is the seat of the House of Khakhan which as ruled the system for over 700 years.

Worlds & Sectors (Astrography)[edit]

The Khakhan Track is found in the following areas:

World Member Data for the Khakhan Track (by subsector)[edit]

The mainworlds found in the Khakhan Track are:

  1. Caledon Subsector
    1. Ikuna
    2. Lurammish
  2. Drexilthar Subsector
    1. Diablo
  3. Nightrim Subsector
    1. Havant
    2. Khagish
    3. Khakhan
    4. Koath
    5. Lore
    6. Maiden
    7. Merisun
    8. Orkney
    9. Tower
  4. Urlaqqash Subsector
    1. Astoria
    2. Hela
    3. Inura
    4. Lavnia
    5. Marianne
  5. Woomera Subsector
    1. Illyana
    2. Judgement
    3. Shinnar
    4. Vonid

World Listing: 1105[edit]

The following systems and worlds are associated with this astrographic feature:

21 of 21 World articles in Khakhan Track
Astoria (RD 2622)  •  Diablo (RD 2423)  •  Havant  •  Hela (RD 2721)  •  Ikuna  •  Illyana  •  Inura  •  Judgement (Da 0420)  •  Khagish  •  Khakhan  •  Koath  •  Lavnia  •  Lore  •  Lurammish  •  Maiden (RD 2920)  •  Marianne  •  Merisun  •  Orkney (RD 2919)  •  Shinnar  •  Tower (RD 2519)  •  Vonid  •  
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References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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