Thalassa (TR 1613) (world)

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Thalassa/Dpres (Trojan Reach 1613)
Classic Era (1115)
StarportB Good: Spacecraft Construction, Overhaul, Refined fuel
Size8 Large (12,800 km, 0.80g - 1.08g)
Atmosphere8 Dense
HydrographicsA Water World 100%
Population8 Moderate (500 million)
Government8 Civil Service Bureaucracy
Law9 High Law (no weapons out of home)
Tech Level8 Pre-Stellar (superconductors)
See also UWP
System Details
Primary F8 V M9 V
Planetoid Belts 0
Gas Giants 5
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Thalassa (TR 1613) is a rich water world with a moderate population over a hundred million, but not yet at a billion sophonts in population size.

  • Its surface is 90% or more 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.
  • This is a rich world with a prosperous and thriving world economy.
  • This world has high-grade living conditions with a good climate and a non-harmful environment. As such, this world is much sought after with large queues for immigration here.
  • Most observers think that the planet's economy and population will prosper in the near future barring outside forces.
  • It is a Non-Aligned world dominated by human sophonts located in the Dpres Subsector of Trojan Reach Sector.

Description (Planetology)[edit]

No information yet available.

Binary Solar System[edit]

Thalassa (TR 1613) Binary Star System
Star Name Hierarchy Color Classification Remarks
Thalassa (TR 1613) Primary Primary Yellow-White F8 V
Thalassa (TR 1613) Companion Secondary Red M9 V

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Thalassa is a rich, non-aligned water world located in the Dpres Subsector of the Trojan Reach.

  • The world is rich in life and Thalassan technology is almost entirely organic, using the alien biosphere to support their agriculture and industry.
  • Thalassan cities are built on huge floating platforms of woven reeds, some of which are more than twenty kilometers across and support hundreds of thousands of citizens.

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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  1. "Jump Map API" and map location from