Tarin Sink (world)
|Tarin Sink/Ashishinipar (Corridor 1432)|
|Classic Era (1115)|
|Primary||K7 V M1 V|
Tarin Sink is a low-population world with a population of less than 10,000 sophonts in size.
- This world has yet to take off economically or otherwise and the population remains low for reasons largely unknown.
- This world has a research station engaged in the scientific pursuit of knowledge.
- It is a client state of the Third Imperium in the Ashishinipar Subsector of Corridor Sector.
- During the Long Night this world was know as Gizika.
No information yet available.
Binary Solar System
Tarin Sink Binary Star System Star Name Hierarchy Category Mass (Sol) Temp (K) Luminosity (Sol) Tarin Sink
Primary Main Sequence 0.5376 3100 - 3900 0.064 Unit Diameter Min Distance Hab Zone Jump Shadow M-Drive Limit AU 0.0052 0.02098 0.2 - 0.33 0.52 5.2 Orbit # * * 0 1 6 Star Name Hierarchy Category Mass (Sol) Temp (K) Luminosity (Sol) Tarin Sink
Secondary Main Sequence 0.4574 2600 - 3500 0.033 Unit Diameter Min Distance Hab Zone Jump Shadow M-Drive Limit AU 0.00475 0.01516 0.15 - 0.24 0.475 4.75 Orbit # * * 0 1 6
Point of Interest: Research Station Gamma
After the late 300's settlement of this world, the Imperium constructed a separate facility staffed by its own personnel.
- This station grew until it was officially designated Research Station Gamma.
Gamma serves as a clearing house for unexplained phenomena.
- Within it are records of bizarre happenings and mysterious relics dating back tens or hundreds of millenia.
- Untranslated nonhuman accounts and strange engines predating the First Imperium await the person able to read or operate them.
- Many items in the station's collection are so odd that they are freely displayed to the public, although Tarin Sink's position within the Great Rift limits the number of visitors.
- Imperial researchers, completely baffled by these objects, hope that someday, someone will pass through the station who can shed some light on these mysteries.
History & Background (Dossier)
- The planet was colonized by nine extended families during the wave of spinward expansion in the late 300s.
- Most of Tarin Sink's modern inhabitants are their descendants.