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Revision as of 09:09, 13 May 2019

Solomani Rim Sector
Magyar Diaspora Alpha Crucis
Solomani Rim style="width: 250px; height: 350px; border: solid 1px black;"
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Aldebaran
Subsectors
Ultima Suleiman Concord Harlequin
Alderamin Esperance Vega Banasdan
Albadawi Dingir Sol Arcturus
Jardin Capella Gemini Kukulkan
Sector Data
No. of Worlds 410
Population 1,659,576 million
Majority Control Third Imperium - 77.5%
Secondary Control Solomani Confederation - 22.5%
Domain Domain of Sol
Solomani Sphere
Capital Dingir
Gross Sector Product BCr15,647,087
Trade Volume BCr421,514
Imperial Coordinate +0 / -3
This sector has a trade map
This sector has economic data
This sector has sector data
This sector has a climate file
This sector has sector data

Solomani Rim style="width: 250px; height: 350px; border: solid 1px black; float: right; clear: left"

The Solomani Rim is a long-settled, well-established sector which lies on the rimward frontier of the Third Imperium.

  • The humans of Terra, a world in this sector, have dominated interstellar history for the past three thousand years, and their racial name, "Solomani", is applied to the sector.
  • The rest of the sector name comes from its position on the edge of the Third Imperium closest to the galactic rim.

Meta-History & Background: 2019-0513

Solomani Rim Sector was originally designed by John Harshman and first appeared in Classic Traveller Supplement 10: The Solomani Rim (GDW, 1982). [1]


  1. In 1977, the Imperium board game was published.
  2. In 1981, Marooned/Marooned Alone was published.
  3. In 1982, Supplement 10 The Solomani Rim was published.
  4. In 1983, Nomads of the World Ocean was published.
  5. In 1984, the Classic Traveller Atlas of the Imperium was published.
  6. In 1984, Signal GK (book) was published.
  7. In 1984, the article: "Luna: A Traveller's Guide" was published in Dragon Magazine #87.
  8. In 1986, the Classic Traveller Solomani (Alien Module) was published.
  9. In 1987, The MegaTraveller Imperial Encyclopedia was published.
  10. In 1989, the periodical The Travellers' Digest 13 was published.
  11. In 1990, MegaTraveller Alien - Vilani & Vargr was published.
  12. In 1993, Luna: Travellers Guide was published.
  13. In the late 1990's, The Solomani Rim Sector was the focus of an acclaimed non-canon New Era adventure campaign called the Children of Earth featured in the fanzine, the Traveller Chronicle.
    1. In 1996, the periodical Traveller Chronicle 10 was published.
    2. In 1996, the periodical Traveller Chronicle 11 was published.
    3. In 1997, the periodical Traveller Chronicle 12 was published.
  14. In 2000, GURPS Traveller: Rim of Fire, a GURPS Solomani sourcebook, was released, which had a number of story conflicts and has had some parts of it since declared non-canon.
  15. In 2006, GURPS Traveller: Interstellar Wars was published.
  16. In 2012, the Mongoose Traveller: Solomani Rim book, was published.

  • This sector was programmed into the Traveller RPG Wiki in 2016. It could use updating again.
  • It has been T5 Second Survey reviewed and updated to T5 standards.

Description (Specifications)

While not very diverse in terms of sophont species, the area is fantastically rich in culture and material wealth with thousands of years of active history. Conquerors have crossed this astrographic region since the time of the First Imperium, the Ziru Sirka.

Toponyms: 1105

This sector has been known by different names to different groups over its existence including the following:

Solomani Rim Sector Names
Culture Toponym Polity
Third Imperium Solomani Rim Third Imperium
Aslan Solomani Rim Aslan Hierate
Droyne Unknown Droyne Oytrip Yatroy
Hiver Solomani Rim Hive Federation
K'kree Unknown Two Thousand Worlds
Solomani Solomani Rim Solomani Confederation
Vargr Solomani Rim Vargr Extents
Vilani Kushuggi Third Imperium
Zhodani Solomani Rim Zhodani Consulate

Linguistic Topography: 1105

The following languages are among the most commonly encountered within this astrographic region:

History & Background (Dossier)

The Solomani Rim is a highly civilized area with a long history spanning several millennia.

  • The Vegans are among the best known of the indigenous sophont species, having long been caught between opposing factions. Vegan society is still rebuilding and recovering from the collateral damage from the more recent Solomani Rim War.
  • In more recent millennia, the Terrans moved in a number of Terragens species, including the Dolphins. Some believe that many more undiscovered Terragens lifeforms may be hidden on the many worlds of the Rim.

Native Sophonts (NILs): 1105

The following races (sophont species) are believed to have originated within this area:

Demographics: 1105

Significant populations of the following races (sophont species) reside within this area:

Demographics Table: 1105

Significant populations of the following sophont races exist within this area:

Significant Sophont Demographics
(Populations 250+ million)
Race Population Type Remarks
Humaniti* 1,499.9 billion Major Race (Various) Humaniti is the dominant species on the many thousands of worlds within the Third Imperium and while most humans are of Solomani, Vilani, or mixed ancestry, literally dozens of other races and sub-species of humans exist: Minor Human Races, Human Chimerae, Variant Races, ethnic groups, and nearly every other possibility imaginable. Humans are a prolific species and can be found in large numbers throughout vast tracts of both the Third Imperium and Charted Space.
Vegans 0154.8 billion Non-Human Race The Vegans are a strange human-like race of arid, low-gravity, near-vacuum desert-dwellers. Their communal culture with its distinctive tuhuirs has long baffled human observers. Their society and space empire has long been a crossroads and pawn between larger major races.
Aslan 0002.7 billion Major Race
  • Imperial Aslan
The Aslan are a young and powerful race, united in spirit, but not in temporal power. Their often quarreling empire, the Aslan Hierate lies rimward and many Aslan have settled in the Solomani Rim, along both sides of the border. While most Aslan in the region are Imperial citizens, there are populations and enclaves of non-Imperial Aslan in residence.
Dolphins 0001.7 billion Non-Human Race Dolphins, an aquatic species and variant race from Terra, were brought by the Solomani to interstellar space. They have prospered ever since and their keen astrogational skills are in high demand.
Gurungans 0000.4 billion Non-Human Race The Gurungans are a pseudo-octopoidal race of aquatic hexapods, who strongly value their privacy after an initial period of exploitation by outside species. Their homeworld and colonies are largely under imperial stewardship and controls. While largely insular and isolationist, an increasing number of Gurungans have been engaging in interstellar trade and even intercultural exchanges, especially with other aquatic species with whom environmental accommodations are more easily managed.
  • Includes Solomani and Vilani combined.
    • Base calculations made by Nathan Brazil using T5SS data.

Demographics Notes

Notes: The Solomani Rim Sector has a population of more than 1.66 trillion individuals:

Historical Eras

General Overview: No information yet available.

History-Era: Mileu 1100

No information yet available.

Major Historical Events Timeline: 1116

These are some of the more important historical events that have affected this sector:


Politics & Diplomacy (Interstellar Relations)

The Solomani Rim is a highly civilized area with a long history, and a population of more than 1.66 trillion individuals under the control of three major interstellar governments:

Notes:

  1. The Third Imperium rules the majority of the sector, primarily as a result of the of its occupation following the Solomani Rim War.
  2. The Vegan Autonomous District, an area within Imperial-dominated territory, is a nominally independent region which acknowledges ultimate authority of the Third Imperium.
  3. The Solomani Confederation governs the rest of the sector.

Polity Listing: 1105

The following polities can be found within this sector:

Polity Descriptions: 1105

Here are several synopses of the polities found in this sector:

  1. Alleg: ImDs: "Third Imperium, Domain of Sol"
  2. Alleg: ImVd: "Third Imperium, Vegan Autonomous District"
  3. Alleg: NaHu: "Non-Aligned, Human-dominated"
  4. Alleg: SoCf: "Solomani Confederation"

Imperial Territory: 1105

This is an Imperial frontier area.

Imperial Duchies & Districts:

The Imperial part of the Marches is divided into several duchies and districts:

Trade Routes (Economic Astrography)

The following astrographic features and trade routes can be found within this area:

Mains, Branches & Arms

Clusters & Traces

  1. Aquitaine Cluster
  2. Azaremiid Cluster
  3. Near Boötes Cluster
  4. Scandia Cluster
  5. Shulimik Cluster
  6. Wulfe Pack
  7. Yrsai Hook

Rifts, Voids & Jump Bridges

Other Astrographic Features

Worlds, Systems & Sectors (Political Astrography)

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The Solomani Rim is best known as the location of Terra, the likely homeworld of the Terrans or Solomani, and possibly of all Humaniti. It is a region of great contrasts:

  • There are many rich clusters and traces of resource-laden systems and worlds.
  • Which were unfortunately very difficult to reach before the advent of FTL star travel due to the presence of many rifts and mini rifts between those rich worlds.
  • There are several sophont species in the sector, but many of these species were killed or went extinct due to the xenophobic excesses of local powers.
  • All in all, the Rim is an astrographic region rich in opportunity and adventure.
  • It is an area of medium to high stellar density.

Capital/s: 1105

  • The Imperial sector capital is at Dingir (Solomani Rim 1222).
  • The Solomani sector capital is at TBD.

Sector Summary: 1105

The Solomani Rim sector has 400 worlds with an estimated population of 1,659 billion, a per capita income of Cr9,436, and a total economy is BCr15,655,348. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr378,902 through 379 starports (199 Class A, 88 Class B, 77 Class C, 15 Class D) employing 59,121,595 people. Driving this interstellar trade are 33 Agricultural (Ag) worlds, 56 Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds, 26 Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, 64 Pre-Industrial (Pi) worlds, 27 Rich (Ri) worlds, and 28 Industrial (In) worlds. The governments in Solomani Rim maintain 55 Naval bases, 16 Military bases, nine Scout bases, nine Way stations, and one Naval depot. The average technology level is 11 (with most between 8 and 14). The highest technology level is 15 at Easter (Solomani Rim 1802), Khiirshag (Solomani Rim 2010), Aosta (Solomani Rim 2902), Karpaty (Solomani Rim 3001), Shululsish (Solomani Rim 0214), and Yrsai (Solomani Rim 0511).

The Solomani Rim sector contains 585 stars and 4,437 identified planets; 235 monostellar systems, 149 binary systems, 14 trinary systems, and two systems with four or more stars. 326 of the 400 systems (81%) have native gas giants. There are 23 Asteroid (As) belts, ten Desert (De) worlds, 31 Garden (Ga) worlds, 19 Ice-capped (Ic) worlds, 68 Poor (Po) worlds, 42 Vacuum (Va) worlds, and 31 Water (Wa) or Ocean (Oc) worlds.

Solomani Rim has an estimated population of 1,659 billion distributed across 125 High population (Hi) worlds, 79 Moderate population (Ph) worlds, 85 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, 38 Low population (Lo) worlds, and seven Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population worlds are Azaremiid (Solomani Rim 1405), Aosta (Solomani Rim 2902), Sebasta (Solomani Rim 0923), Kidashi (Solomani Rim 0528), Twylo (Solomani Rim 1034), and Muan Gwi (Solomani Rim 1717). The population consists of 8 sophont groups including four native sophonts.

8 identified sophont populations in Solomani Rim
  • Humaniti of Terra (Solomani Rim 1827): 1,479 billion on 362 worlds.
  • Vegan of Muan Gwi (Solomani Rim 1717): 174 billion on their homeworld and 63 worlds.
  • Aslan of Kusyu (Dark Nebula 1226): 3 billion on four worlds.
  • Dolphin of Terra (Solomani Rim 1827): 1 billion on five worlds.
  • Gurungan of Ugarup (Solomani Rim 0502): 420 million on their homeworld and one world.
  • Chip: 30 million on their homeworld.
  • Droyne of Eskayloyt / (Droynia) (Unknown location): 25 million on one world.
  • mino: 2 million on their homeworld.


Polities

Third Imperium, Vegan Autonomous District

The Third Imperium, Vegan Autonomous District has jurisdiction over 311 worlds with an estimated population of 1,390 billion, a per capita income of Cr9,906, and a total economy is BCr13,770,406. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr347,119 through 296 starports (156 Class A, 70 Class B, 61 Class C, 9 Class D) employing 54,468,145 people. Driving this interstellar trade are 25 Agricultural (Ag) worlds, 46 Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds, 17 Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, 52 Pre-Industrial (Pi) worlds, 21 Rich (Ri) worlds, and 24 Industrial (In) worlds. The governments in Third Imperium, Vegan Autonomous District maintain 39 Naval bases, nine Scout bases, nine Way stations, and one Naval depot. The average technology level is 11 (with most between 8 and 14). The highest technology level is 15 at Easter (Solomani Rim 1802), Khiirshag (Solomani Rim 2010), Aosta (Solomani Rim 2902), Karpaty (Solomani Rim 3001), Shululsish (Solomani Rim 0214), and Yrsai (Solomani Rim 0511).

The Third Imperium, Vegan Autonomous District has an estimated population of 1,390 billion distributed across 100 High population (Hi) worlds, 62 Moderate population (Ph) worlds, 63 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, 27 Low population (Lo) worlds, and five Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population worlds are Azaremiid (Solomani Rim 1405), Aosta (Solomani Rim 2902), Sebasta (Solomani Rim 0923), Kidashi (Solomani Rim 0528), Muan Gwi (Solomani Rim 1717), and Ganesh (Solomani Rim 2518). The population consists of 7 sophont groups including three native sophonts.

Third Imperium, Vegan Autonomous District capitals

Solomani Confederation

The Solomani Confederation has jurisdiction over 88 worlds with an estimated population of 269 billion, a per capita income of Cr7,007, and a total economy is BCr1,884,942. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr31,783 through 82 starports (43 Class A, 18 Class B, 16 Class C, 5 Class D) employing 4,653,450 people. Driving this interstellar trade are eight Agricultural (Ag) worlds, ten Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds, nine Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, 12 Pre-Industrial (Pi) worlds, six Rich (Ri) worlds, and four Industrial (In) worlds. The governments in Solomani Confederation maintain 16 Naval bases, and 16 Military bases. The average technology level is 11 (with most between 8 and 13). The highest technology level is 14 at Thalassa (Solomani Rim 0833), Twylo (Solomani Rim 1034), Mirabilis (Solomani Rim 1332), Sequoyah (Solomani Rim 1337), Teucer (Solomani Rim 1435), and Saxe (Solomani Rim 1437).

The Solomani Confederation has an estimated population of 269 billion distributed across 25 High population (Hi) worlds, 17 Moderate population (Ph) worlds, 22 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, ten Low population (Lo) worlds, and two Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population worlds are Twylo (Solomani Rim 1034), Kukulcan (Solomani Rim 2835), Polyphemus (Solomani Rim 1537), and Saxe (Solomani Rim 1437). The population consists of 3 sophont groups including one native sophont.

Solomani Confederation capitals

Non-Aligned, Human-dominated

There are one Non-Aligned Human-dominated worlds in Solomani Rim with an estimated population of less than 1 million.

World Listing: 1105

The following systems and worlds can be found within this sector:

413 Worlds in the Solomani Rim Sector
Aegir  •  Aeneas  •  Agidda  •  Ahhunsal  •  Ai Jabry  •  Akhamin  •  Akimasi  •  Albrecht  •  Alizarin  •  Alphanor  •  Alpher  •  Alsatia  •  Altair  •  Altiplano  •  Amaterasu  •  Amkhalarug  •  Anacreon  •  Andiirish  •  Anenerkuk  •  Aosta (SR 2902)  •  Apishal  •  Aqilat  •  Aquitaine  •  Arcturus (SR 2921)  •  Dipuska  •  Arisia  •  Aristotle  •  Arkiirkii  •  Arrukir  •  Arukhur  •  Ascalon (SR 1207)  •  Ashtagz Tyui  •  Aspidistra  •  Asteroid Belt (SR 1827)  •  Asterr Tyui  •  Atalanta (SR 0304)  •  Athene (SR 0706)  •  Azaremiid  •  Azun  •  Azure (SR 2708)  •  Bajavanang  •  Banasdan  •  Baraka  •  Barnard  •  Barsoom  •  Basil (SR 0207)  •  Basse Terre  •  Beal  •  Beatus  •  Bellerophon  •  Bemidshii  •  Bethe  •  Biggles  •  Bolivar (SR 3127)  •  Boqueron  •  Boskone  •  Cadmus  •  Calgary (SR 2031)  •  Cambria  •  Cambyses  •  Cameroon  •  Cantania  •  Capella  •  Caprice (SR 3035)  •  Carchemish  •  Carlyle (SR 3101)  •  Castor (SR 2339)  •  Catania (SR 2618)  •  Cathay  •  Catseye  •  Cephesa  •  Champa  •  Charuth  •  Chernozem  •  Chinon  •  Chrysolite  •  Cicero (SR 0938)  •  Colmar  •  Coriolanus  •  Cuchulain  •  Culdee  •  Cyan (SR 2937)  •  Cymbeline  •  Cyprian  •  Darrukesh  •  Depot (SR 1911)  •  Desdemona  •  Dimmurak  •  Dingir  •  Diomedes  •  Dipuska  •  Dirac (SR 1340)  •  Dismal (SR 2330)  •  Dolfuss  •  Dolor  •  Duikin Tyui  •  Dunsinane  •  Durgha  •  Duriim  •  Dzadwahtyan  •  Dzim Zhia Gwi  •  Easter  •  Edaazun  •  Eleusis  •  Elsinore  •  Ember (SR 2227)  •  Eneldun  •  Enki Kalamma  •  Ephemir  •  Epirus  •  Erech  •  Eshellim  •  Esperance  •  Esterhazy  •  Estigarribia  •  Ewmiak  •  Eyck  •  Fafhrd  •  Faiwyd  •  Fenris  •  Finnegans  •  Flanders (SR 1517)  •  Fomalhaut (SR 1024)  •  Forlorn (SR 2132)  •  Furioso  •  Gadden  •  Gaea  •  Galishgu  •  Ganelon  •  Ganesh  •  Gashidda  •  Gashurzid  •  Gladstone  •  Glaucas  •  Goliad  •  Goshen  •  Gramercy  •  Grendel (SR 0111)  •  Gulimaru  •  Gunashnan  •  Gustav (SR 0424)  •  Gwathui   •  Gwynedd  •  Haddad (SR 1137)  •  Hades  •  Halo (SR 0726)  •  Hamilcar  •  Hanuman  •  Harappa  •  Hariksiat  •  Hasdrubal  •  Hathor  •  Hayt  •  Hephaistos  •  Herakles  •  Heraklion (SR 3221)  •  Hibernia  •  Hieronymus  •  Hiroshi (SR 2001)  •  Hoatzin (SR 0617)  •  Hokchor  •  Hsivyu  •  Hsuarrdzan  •  Hsuilzish  •  Hsuishlesh  •  Huy Braseal  •  Iddamakur  •  Iilike  •  Iipshidan  •  Ikaakur  •  Ikuk  •  Imarir  •  Imkhammash  •  Immir  •  Inferno  •  Inidu  •  Ippuraash  •  Irashdaa  •  Irashnar  •  Ishadar  •  Ishimshulgi  •  Ishkur  •  Ishmael (SR 0922)  •  Ishumled  •  Isseydo  •  Leonore  •  Jackoyo  •  Jade (SR 2502)  •  Jael  •  Janosz  •  Jardin  •  Jarslav  •  Jocasta  •  Jorjor  •  Junction (SR 1929)  •  Jupiter  •  Kaguk  •  Karkhar  •  Karpaty  •  Kasaan  •  Kesirisu  •  Khalikkam  •  Khedish  •  Khiggun  •  Khiirshag  •  Khugi  •  Khulampu  •  Kidashi  •  Kilennur  •  Kinunir  •  Kirillishur  •  Kishakhpap  •  Kitchener  •  Kraken  •  Krokinole  •  Kropotkin  •  Krypton  •  Kukulcan  •  Kurland  •  Labrys  •  Lagash  •  Lakamsal  •  Lamarck  •  Langelos  •  Laputa  •  Leonore  •  Liberte  •  Limerick (SR 0226)  •  Llewellyn  •  Loki (SR 2228)  •  Lompoc  •  Ludmilla  •  Ludovic  •  Luna  •  Luuru  •  Luzon  •  Lyonesse  •  Madder  •  Mandrake  •  Markhashi  •  Mars  •  Mashaddun  •  Medea  •  Mekashish  •  Melchior  •  Menelaus  •  Mercury (SR 1827)  •  Merganser  •  Meshan  •  Miasma  •  Midway  •  Mimiis  •  Mirabilis  •  Miskatonic  •  Morgana  •  Muan Gwi  •  Muan Ialour  •  Muan Irrzudh  •  Muan Issler  •  Muan Kwoyen  •  Mudge  •  Mukhaldim  •  Munilgan  •  Murphy (SR 2517)  •  Mushiddun  •  Nasu  •  Nepal-in-Exile  •  Neptune  •  New Greenpernt  •  Newcomb  •  Ninkhur Sagga  •  Ninshien  •  Nisinasha  •  Nonsuch  •  Noricum (SR 2918)  •  Nukaash  •  Nusku (SR 1822)  •  Nuugashur  •  Nyarlathotep (SR 2720)  •  Oberon  •  Obrichenny  •  Ochre  •  Odysseus (SR 0835)  •  Ogier  •  Okefenokee  •  Okotah  •  Omsk  •  Onathy  •  Oort  •  Opar  •  Ormadz  •  Orruiltan Tyui  •  Oudh  •  Oz  •  Pagliacci  •  Pajang  •  Palnu  •  Parsifal (SR 1739)  •  Pavel  •  Peraspera  •  Phireene  •  Pilgham  •  Pinnashdug  •  Pluto  •  Poictesme  •  Pollux  •  Polyphemus  •  Ponsonby Beta  •  Porlock  •  Poseidon (SR 0910)  •  Prometheus  •  Ptolemy  •  Purdishi  •  Quaver  •  Rann (SR 3106)  •  Ranulf  •  Remulak  •  Rild  •  Rilke  •  Rimmon  •  Rith (SR 3204)  •  Rossyg  •  Santorini  •  Sarmaty  •  Sarpedon  •  Sase  •  Sashingun  •  Saskatoon  •  Sathyos  •  Saturn  •  Saxe (SR 1437)  •  Scandia  •  Scaramouche  •  Scipio  •  Sebasta  •  Sequoyah  •  Seym  •  Shaabipili  •  Shaalgar  •  Shani  •  Shapam  •  Shazam  •  Shiranshar  •  Shulgi  •  Shulgiasu  •  Shulgiili  •  Shulimik  •  Shululsish  •  Shuruppak  •  Sidon (SR 0308)  •  Sionnach  •  Sirius  •  Sishera  •  Sithuan Hsarr  •  Siva (SR 2337)  •  Skanderbeg  •  Skyron  •  Smade's Planet  •  Strackenz  •  Stralsund  •  Suleiman  •  Surt  •  Swinburne  •  Syzygy  •  Tamarind  •  Tammuz  •  Tarsus (SR 1136)  •  Terra (SR 1827)  •  Teucer  •  Tewfik  •  Thalassa (SR 0833)  •  Thamber  •  Thars  •  Theseus (SR 0237)  •  Thetis  •  Thorwald  •  Tisiphone  •  Tlaloc  •  Tonopah  •  Trapezus  •  Tsamis  •  Tunguska  •  Tunshaon Tyo  •  Twylo  •  Tyudhuar  •  Ugarup  •  Ukarin  •  Uku (SR 3015)  •  Umber  •  Umieh  •  Upirzanu  •  Uranus  •  Urizen  •  Urud  •  Vanefa  •  Vantage  •  Venus (SR 1827)  •  Vyborg  •  Wallach (SR 0832)  •  Wanish Tyo  •   Weipu   •  Xantippe  •  Xiwa  •  Yenisei  •  Yeremyh  •  Ymir  •  York (SR 0624)  •  Yrsai  •  Ys  •  Zaggisi  •  Zapuushar  •  Zayeel  •  Zhongguo  •  


World Notes

Note: The Solomani Rim Sector contains 400 worlds including Terra (SR 1827) (world) plus 10 of the worlds of Terra (system).

  • That makes 400 worlds in Solomani Rim Sector proper plus 10 worlds from Terra (system) for a total of 410 worlds.
  • Plus 2 non-canon worlds for a total of 412 worlds.

Terran System Planets:

  1. Asteroid Belt (SR 1827) (world)
  2. Jupiter (world)
  3. Luna (world)
  4. Mars (world)
  5. Mercury (SR 1827) (world)
  6. Neptune (world)
  7. Pluto (world)
  8. Saturn (world)
  9. Uranus (world)
  10. Venus (world)

Subsector Listing: 1105

The following subsectors can be found within this sector:

  1. Subsector A: Ultima Subsector
  2. Subsector B: Suleiman Subsector
  3. Subsector C: Concord Subsector
  4. Subsector D: Harlequin Subsector
  5. Subsector E: Alderamin Subsector
  6. Subsector F: Esperance Subsector
  7. Subsector G: Vega Subsector
  8. Subsector H: Banasdan Subsector
  9. Subsector I: Albadawi Subsector
  10. Subsector J: Dingir Subsector
  11. Subsector K: Sol Subsector
  12. Subsector L: Arcturus Subsector
  13. Subsector M: Jardin Subsector
  14. Subsector N: Capella Subsector
  15. Subsector O: Gemini Subsector
  16. Subsector P: Kukulkan Subsector

Territorial Overview: 1105

The following table details the subsectors within this area:

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Territorial Chart Key

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  1. Jim CunninghamJohn HarshmanJ. Andrew KeithMarc W. MillerGordon Sheridan. Atlas of the Imperium (Game Designers Workshop, 1984), 2.