Laidlaw (world)

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Laidlaw/New Mars (Magyar 2528)
Classic Era (1115)
C99A400-C
StarportC Routine: No Construction, Major Repair, Unrefined fuel
Size9 Large (14,400 km, 1.03g - 1.33g)
Atmosphere9 Dense (tainted)
HydrographicsA Water World 100%
Population4 Moderate (90 thousand)
Government0 No Government structure
Law0 No Law
Tech LevelC Average Stellar (robots)
See also UWP
System Details
Primary M0 V
Planetoid Belts 0
Gas Giants 3
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Jump map from Travellermap.com [1]

Laidlaw is a nonindustrial water world, which has 90% or more of its surface covered in an ocean of water.

  • The inhabitants of this world live on the roughly 10% of exposed land mass, in underwater colonies, on city ships, or similar arrangements.
  • As a nonindustrial world, it requires extensive imports of outside technology to maintain a modern, star-faring society. The need to import most manufactured and high technology goods drives the price of these goods up in the open market.
  • This a "high technology" world with technology achievements at, near, or over technology standards for Charted Space.
  • It is a member of the Solomani Confederation in the New Mars Subsector of Magyar Sector.


Description (Astrography & Planetology)[edit]

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Monostellar System[edit]

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


History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

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References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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