Tessla (world)

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Tessla/Aslani (Beyond 2933)
Classic Era (1115)
E6B4000–0
StarportE Frontier - no facilities
Size6 Medium (9,600 km, 0.60g - 0.81g)
AtmosphereB Exotic (corrosive)
Hydrographics4 Wet World 40%
Population0 Barren ()
Government0 No Government structure
Law0 No Law
Tech Level0 Pre-Industrial (primitive)
See also UWP
System Details
Primary G4 V
Planetoid Belts 0
Gas Giants 0
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Jump map from Travellermap.com [1]

Tessla is a barren fluid world with oceans of a liquid other than water such as ammonia, methane, or hydrocarbons, or other exotic liquids.

  • Much of the rock of this world's crust is radioactive. [2]
  • The atmosphere of this world is both "corrosive" and radioactive. [3]

Description (Astrography & Planetology)[edit]

No information currently available.

  • Much of the rock of this world's crust is radioactive. [4]
  • The atmosphere of this world is both "corrosive" and radioactive. [5]

Monostellar System[edit]

Tessla Monostellar System
Star Name Hierarchy Color Classification Remarks
Tessla Primary Yellow G4 V


History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

No information currently available.

World Starport[edit]

Tessla has a frontier quality starport.

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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  1. "Jump Map API" and map location from Travellermap.com
  2. Donald P. Rapp. Beyond (Paranoia Press, 1981), 20.
  3. Donald P. Rapp. Beyond (Paranoia Press, 1981), 2,20.
  4. Donald P. Rapp. Beyond (Paranoia Press, 1981), 20.
  5. Donald P. Rapp. Beyond (Paranoia Press, 1981), 2,20.