Planetoid Belt World

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A Planetoid Belt World is an asteroid belt is a circumstellar disc in a system occupied by numerous irregularly shaped bodies called asteroids or minor planets.

Please see the following AAB Library Data articles for more information:

Description / Specifications[edit]

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Planetary Characteristics[edit]

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TC Vacuum World Series (Inhospitable) (IISS Scout Handbook, pgs. 490-491)
Type Code Size Atm Hyd Pop Gov Law Remarks
Asteroid Belt World As 0 0 0 -- -- -- Asteroid. Part of belt. MW.
Planetoid Belt None 0 0 0 -- -- -- Planetoid. Part of belt. Non-MW.
Vacuum World Va 123456789 0 -- -- -- -- Vacuum. Asteroid or planetoid belt. Usually Co or Fr.

Probably Planetary Orbit & Climate[edit]

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World Placement by Zone (IISS Scout Handbook, pgs. 490-491) (← starward) Habitable Zone / HZ] (staraway →)
TC Inner (-) HZ-2 HZ-1 HZ HZ+1 HZ+2 Outer (+) Remote & Far Systems Remarks
As Unlikely Belt Belt Unlikely Belt Belt Unlikely Possible A belt as a Main World.
Va Unlikely Likely Likely Possible Likely Likely Unlikely Possible A world without an atmosphere.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

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Asteroids vs. Planetoids![edit]

Asteroid and Planetoid Belts: The terms asteroid and planetoid are effectively synonymous; they mean small or minor planets. Each term refers to a belt of many similar small planets in orbit around the central star.

References & Contributors / Sources[edit]

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  1. Marc Miller. Scouts (Game Designers Workshop, 1983), 39.