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The [[Environment]] are the factors associated with a  specific location within [[Charted Space]] usually a planet or world through the study of  [[planetology]].  
 
The [[Environment]] are the factors associated with a  specific location within [[Charted Space]] usually a planet or world through the study of  [[planetology]].  
 
* Typically environments are associated with specific [[life]]-supporting factors on terrestrial worlds.
 
* Typically environments are associated with specific [[life]]-supporting factors on terrestrial worlds.
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Please see the following [[AAB]] articles for more information:
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=== Library Data Referral Tree ===
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Please refer to the following [[AAB]] [[Library Data]] for more information: <br>
 
* [[Planetology]]
 
* [[Planetology]]
 
** [[Environment]]al Classifications  
 
** [[Environment]]al Classifications  

Revision as of 09:51, 6 September 2019

The Environment are the factors associated with a specific location within Charted Space usually a planet or world through the study of planetology.

  • Typically environments are associated with specific life-supporting factors on terrestrial worlds.

Library Data Referral Tree

Please refer to the following AAB Library Data for more information:

Description (Specifications)

These various factors include:

  • Physical factors: What is the surface of the world, if present, solids or liquids? Perhaps even gases?
    • Atmosphere
    • Gravity
    • Hydrographics
    • Size
  • Biological factors: Does the environment support life?
  • Chemical factors: Does the environment support a beneficial biochemistry?
    • CHNOPS

Biotic vs. Abiotic

  • Life-supporting environments are called biotic as in capable of supporting organic lifeforms.
  • Environments which do not support conventional life are known as abiotic, or not capable of supporting organic lifeforms.

History & Background (Dossier)

The IISS typically classifies worlds with hostile environments as hellworlds.

Sophontigraphic Designators

References & Contributors (Sources)

This article was copied or excerpted from the following copyrighted sources and used under license from Far Future Enterprises or by permission of the author.