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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 08:51, 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 list of sources was used by the Traveller Wiki Editorial Team and individual contributors to compose this article. Copyrighted material is used under license from Far Future Enterprises or by permission of the author. The page history lists all of the contributions.