|Sanglamore/Stane (Astron 0738)|
|Classic Era (1115)|
Sanglamore is a barren water world with no overt population, government, or law level.
- Its surface is 90% or more covered in an ocean of water.
- Any inhabitants of this world would need to live on the roughly 10% of exposed land mass, in underwater colonies, on city ships, or similar arrangements.
- This world could be populated if anyone had an inclination to do so...
- It is an unclaimed Non-Aligned world located in the Stane Subsector of Astron Sector.
- This is a moist tropical world, with a climate of high temperatures.
Description (Astrography & Planetology)
Sanglamore has a solitary primary star.
- It is an orange main sequence.
This system is part of the Armory Cluster.
Sanglamore Monostellar System Star Name Hierarchy Category Mass (Sol) Temp (K) Luminosity (Sol) Sanglamore
Primary Main Sequence 0.723 3700 - 4600 0.284 Unit Diameter Min Distance Hab Zone Jump Shadow M-Drive Limit AU 0.00718 0.0442 0.42 - 0.69 0.718 7.18 Orbit # * * 2 2 6 Remarks None
The worlds of the system have been surveyed. They consist of:
- The mainworld.
- x10 secondary rocky worlds.
- x2 planetoid belts.
- x1 gas giant.
The mainworld orbits within the star's Habitable Zone.
- It lies within the zones prime H region.
- It receives moderate levels of stellar energy.
- The world orbits inside the stars Jump Shadow.
Mainworld Size (S)
Sanglamore is a Meso World between 12,000km and 13,500km in diameter. The world has a standard gravity between 0.8G and 1.1G. The horizon will appear about 5.1km away. Vessels with 1G of thrust should check with local starport authorities before attempting to land using emergency power.
Mainworld Atmosphere (A)
Sanglamore has a pressure of 1.50 to 2.49 atmospheres. A Dense Atmosphere requires no survival gear although it may be hard on sophonts not accustomed to it.
Mainworld Hydrosphere (H)
Sanglamore has 95-100% of its surface covered by liquid water with only a few islands and archipelagos. Wilderness refueling is possible. Such worlds are Water Worlds or Ocean Worlds.
- The vast oceans are storm-wracked and turbulent.
Sanglamore retains a small vacuum moon.
- It orbits once every few weeks.
Mainworld Geography and Topography
No centrally held map of the world exists within AAB Library Data records.
- Locally, detailed maps may be available.
- Verified updated charts are constantly sought.
- Detailed survey data commands premium prices.
(Placeholder chart, predominantly watery world.)
Abundant, diverse aquatic native life filling every available ecological niche. Its metabolic functions drive the process of atmospheric renewal.
History & Background (Dossier)
The system is a frontier, a wild and lonely place that rarely sees visitors. Many of the planets and moons within it have ever have had an intelligent being visit them.
- Information about the system is limited.
- The resources of the system are largely untapped.
Note that social data, though only 40 years old, may be out of date: previously undocumented groups may now inhabit the system and maintain their own culture, forms of government, and systems of law.
- Verified updated data is constantly sought.
World Starport (St)
Sanglamore does not have a starport. The Class X Starport is an indication that no starport exists in the system. There are no facilities or services available, and no site marked for landing.
World Technology Level (T)
Sanglamore possesses a Tech Level of TL–0.
- The world has no technological base.
World Government (G)
Sanglamore has no government or ruling authority of any kind.
World Law (L)
Sanglamore has no law level. No laws of any kind are enforced.
- Resources: B (abundant)
- Labor: 0 (none)
- Infrastructure: 0 (none)
- Efficiency: -5 (extremely poor)
No information yet available.
World Demographics (P)
Sanglamore is unpopulated.
- Homogeneity: 0 (none)
- Acceptance: 0 (none)
- Strangeness: 0 (none)
- Symbols: 0 (none)
- 300-420: the First Survey charts the system.
- 995-1065: the Second Survey charts the system.
- 1065: the Second Survey is published.
References & Contributors (Sources)
- Peter G. Celella, James Holden. Solomani & Aslan (Digest Group Publications, 1991), 50, 51. (Sector named, dot map provided locating world).
- Paul Drye, Hans Rancke-Madsen, Robert Prior. Sword Worlds (Steve Jackson Games, 2004), 75. (Armory Cluster).
- Author & contributor: Jo Grant of CORE (generated data) / Geir Lanesskog (refinement of data).
- Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master Scout Emeritus Adie Alegoric Stewart of the IISS
- ↑ "Jump Map API" and map location from Travellermap.com