Planets of Kodura

Kenab- Kenab is a warm, tropical world first established by Tellarite colonists in 2261. Although the Tellarites officially chartered the colony to exploit the planet’s mineral wealth, many in the Federation believe they really wanted the technical challenge of negating the planet’s wild tectonic shifts. The colonists refuse to confirm or deny the rumor. Kenab is a relatively young planet, wild and untamed. It is also the most tectonically unstable planet in the Federation to host a colony. Initial efforts on the surface involved predicting the frequent quakes and shifts and constructing buildings and facilities that could withstand them. Over the last ten years, however, the colonists have made great strides in countering the quakes using precisely applied hydrostatic pressure and dedicated tractor/pressor beams from orbit Federation science teams remain on the surface, observing the experiments and 5 attempting to predict long-term outcomes.
Class M
System Data
Gravity 1.21 G
Year and Day 256 days / 20.1 hrs
Atmosphere Thick Terrestrial
Hydrosphere 21%
Climate Humid Terrestrial
Sapient Species Mixed Species Federation, predominantly Tellarite.
Tech Level Level 5, some Level 6
Government Colonial, Federation Delegate
Culture Tellarite, Federation
Affiliation United Federation of Planets
Resources Extensive metal deposits and mineral wealth. Some rare crystals
deep beneath the surface.
Places of Note Tectonic Research Center, Orbital tractor/pressor assemblies. Ship Facilities A trio of orbital terminals for transfer of minerals and metals from mining operations. Local repair facilities for vessels up to Class 2.

Kodura- Kodura is a cold, bitter world on the bare edge of habitability. Clouds of windblown snow and ice crystals kilometers high wreath the world in gloom and vicious cold, and obscure a surface of jagged mountains and miles-thick glaciers. The world’s only claim to fame arose in the 2260’s when the Klingons invaded and established a small advance garrison. Federation response was swift and spirited, carrying out several ground assaults to overrun the Klingon outpost. The third attempt succeeded, returning the planet to Federation hands and leading to the establishment of a short-lived garrison and subspace monitor array to provide early warning of Klingon activity. During the abortive conflict that led to the Organian Treaty, the Klingons destroyed the subspace array from orbit, but left the garrison intact as a display of contempt. Following the end of hostilities, the Federation
abandoned the garrison almost intact. Both the Federation and Klingon Empires considered duty on Kodura to be punitive, and by treaty, have agreed that neither would return military forces to the misbegotten little world.
Class K
System Data
Gravity .98 G
Year and Day 2458 days / 30.13 hrs
Atmosphere Thick
Hydrosphere 21% (all in glaciers or snow drifts)
Climate Tempestuous and bitterly cold.
Sapient Species None
Tech Level Level 5, some Level 6
Government None, administered by Starfleet Command.
Culture None
Affiliation United Federation of Planets
Resources Extensive ice deposits, with additional pockets of snow and ice. Places of Note Abandoned Klingon/Federation garrison in northern hemisphere.
Ship Facilities None.

Nova Britannia- Nova Britannia is a stormy, humid world lying on the edges of Federation space. Established just after the founding of the Federation, Nova Britannia is an old, self-reliant, and prosperous colony. Over the years, the 6 practical, no-nonsense buildings of the first settlers have given way to classical neo-Roman and traditional British architecture.
Class M
System Data
Gravity 1.001 G
Year and Day 382 days / 23.3 hrs
Atmosphere Thick Terrestrial
Hydrosphere 78%
Climate Humid Terrestrial
Sapient Species Mixed species Federation (predominantly Human)
Tech Level Level 5, some Level 6
Government Colonial, Federation Delegate
Culture Federation,, with strong British influence.
Affiliation United Federation of Planets
Resources Sufficient agriculture to meet own needs, extensive metal and
hydrocarbon mines.
Places of Note New London, Governor’s Palace.
Ship Facilities Several orbital terminals for transfer of minerals and metals from mining operations. Local repair facilities for vessels up to Class 2.

T’Mar- T’Mar is a quiet, empty world near the Federation/Klingon Border, charted in 2150. Small, remote, and unremarkable, T’Mar was the subject of an orbital survey in 2172, deemed unremarkable, and basically forgotten until the 24th century. In 2369, a survey party from the USS Lancaster discovered what appeared to be Vulcan artifacts and an abandoned colony dating back to the Romulan Diaspora. The survey data was relayed to the Vulcan Science Academy, which tentatively identified the site as an ancient Vulcan monastery and immediately dispatched a 12- person research team. Starfleet conducts routine resupply and checkup missions to T’Mar roughly every six months. No irregularities have been encountered during these visits, but the Vulcans refused to discuss their work except in the most general terms, citing privacy and security concerns. In addition to the Starfleet visits, three vessels chartered to the Vulcan Science Academy have visited T’Mar in the last eighteen months. T’Mar also stays in subspace contact, sending weekly update packets to the Vulcan Science Academy.
Class M
System Data
Gravity 1.21 G
Year and Day 361 days / 24.2 hrs
Atmosphere Terrestrial
Hydrosphere 48%
Climate Warm Terrestrial
Sapient Species None
Tech Level Level 5, some Level 6
Government Starfleet Command Operating Base
Culture Mixed Species Federation.
Affiliation United Federation of Planets
Resources Extensive fallow agriculture, extensive metal and hydrocarbon mines.
Places of Note Archaeological dig at ruins of monastery.
Ship Facilities None

Driana / Point Aransas- Driana is a dry, warm world roughly comparable to southern 7
Spain in the summer. Generally mild, warm weather is routinely punctuated by swift, occasionally violent rainstorms. Point Aransas is a relatively young world, and is covered with large mountain ranges surrounded by fertile steppes and tableland. There are five main continents, each surrounded by deep, azure seas. Point Aransas is home to VMU-12 and their operating base, which is set on a coastal plain in the Southern Hemisphere.
Class M
System Data
Gravity 1.001 G
Year and Day 361 days / 24.2 hrs
Atmosphere Terrestrial
Hydrosphere 78%
Climate Varied Terrestrial
Sapient Species None
Tech Level Level 5, some Level 6
Government Starfleet Command Operating Base
Culture Mixed Species Federation.
Affiliation United Federation of Planets
Resources Extensive fallow agriculture, extensive metal and hydrocarbon mines.
Places of Note Point Aransas, Starfleet Operating Base
Ship Facilities Surface operating base, local repair facilities for vessels up to Class 3.

Tevye IV- Tevye IV is the fourth and only habitable world in the system of the same name. Somewhat cool by terrestrial standards, Tevye is a soft, muddy world of broad, fertile plains, thick, extensive forests, and deep, foreboding, river-carved canyons. What few mountains remain are ancient, weathered monuments to a more active time in the planet’s geology.
An older, quieter world, Tevye is home to a variety of unique animal life, but failed to develop any sapient species of its own. The colony was originally founded in 2162 by Russian colonists, but later opened its doors to Andorian and Tellarite settlers and to El-Aurian refugees. Today Tevye is a thriving world with a diverse, cosmopolitan population, but with quiet and traditional ways. Although a Federation member, Tevye tends to itself, looking inward both for its own problems and solutions.
Class M
System Data
Gravity 1.011 G
Year and Day 328 days / 24.4 hrs
Atmosphere Thick Terrestrial
Hydrosphere 72%
Climate Cool Terrestrial
Sapient Species Mixed species Federation (predominantly Human)
Tech Level Level 5, some Level 6
Government Colonial, Federation Delegate
Culture Federation, with strong Russian and Andorian influences.
Affiliation United Federation of Planets
Resources Extensive agricultural development, some limited tourist and craft trade, fair metal and hydrocarbon deposits.
Places of Note
Ship Facilities Several orbital terminals for transfer of minerals and metals from mining operations. Local repair facilities for vessels up to Class 2.

Planets of Kodura

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