Yuhaoioukheal (world)

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Yuhaoioukheal/Kyahiyleakhaw (Touchstone 1502)
Classic Era (1115)
StarportX No Starport
Size9 Large (14,400 km, 1.03g - 1.33g)
AtmosphereC Exotic (insidious)
Hydrographics5 Wet World 50%
Population0 Barren ()
Government0 No Government structure
Law0 No Law
Tech Level0 Pre-Industrial (primitive)
New Era (1200)
StarportC Routine: No Construction, Major Repair, Unrefined fuel
Size9 Large (14,400 km, 1.03g - 1.33g)
AtmosphereC Exotic (insidious)
Hydrographics5 Wet World 50%
Population7 Moderate (0 million)
GovernmentL Aslan major clan control
Law7 Moderate Law (no firearms)
Tech LevelA Early Stellar (jump drive)
See also UWP
Jump map from Travellermap.com [1]

Yuhaoioukheal was the strangest conquest ever made by an invading clan. The world's primary is a violent flare star surrounded by an enormous belt of charged particles, created by interaction with the magnetic fields of the system's gas giants, out to 100 AUs. Bathed in lethal radiation, the world carries an induced electrical charge that can destroy the unwary. Tralyeaeawi ihatei took the world in 1128, using it as a resupply station for advances into neighboring Koenig/Beyond. Subsequent surveys discovered untouched minerals resources, and the radiation belts created a formidable natural fortification against attack, and so the clan developed the world into a major industrial center and naval base.

Ships that jump insystem do so within the shadow of the outermost gas giant, and unload their cargo at a number of shielded freight stations located in its orbit. Travel to the inner system is restricted to heavily armored shuttles or ships carried aboard large tenders. Inhabitants on planet live in large underground facilities, specially degaussed against the worlds prevailing EM fields.

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