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Astrological database / planet Tallon IV


 name  Tallon IV


 classification   XIC Planet (wanderer)


 location  FS-176 System


 discovery date  Unknown


 mass  5.1 trillion teratons


 size  70,000,000 radi


 known sattelites  None


 atmospheric anaylsis   Nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and traces of minor halogen gases.

 distinct features 

Distinct features of Tallon IV include diverse ecosystems such as overgrown jungles, volcanic regions, and ancient Chozo ruins. The planet is characterized by the presence of Phazon, a mutagenic substance corrupting the environment and giving rise to hostile creatures.Tallon IV exhibits varied landscapes with tropical jungles, active volcanoes, and ancient ruins, showcasing environmental diversity akin to certain exoplanetary systems.

  planetary history             


Tallon IV, classified as a Wander-Class celestial body, stands as one of two viable worlds within the Tallon system capable of sustaining life. Its peculiar retrograde orbit spans 4.3 standard millicycles, maintaining an orbital distance of 778,000,000 km from the solitary stellar entity in the system. Initially established as a vital Chozo outpost, the precise factors precipitating the extinction of the Chozo civilization on Tallon IV remain an area of ongoing scientific investigation. Despite its advantageous oxygen-rich atmosphere and potential for supporting life, the planet has remained conspicuously uninhabited since the decline of the Chozo. A noteworthy feature of Tallon IV is its abundance of the anomalous energy source termed "phazon," a subject warranting further interdisciplinary inquiry.



  planetary geology             


The spiritual and technologically minimalistic Tallon IV Chozo inhabitants, residing harmoniously on the planet, maintained a pristine ecological balance with minimal technological interference. Approximately 150 millicycles in the past, Tallon IV experienced a significant extraterrestrial impact, resulting in catastrophic destruction within a 500 km radius and the dispersion of an expansive plume of rock and debris into the planetary atmosphere. The subsequent vaporization of the meteor contributed to the release of substantial quantities of radioactive material, identified as "phazon" in intercepted Space Pirate transmissions, inducing widespread environmental devastation.


The remnants of the impacting celestial body persist in close planetary orbit, emitting detectable and elevated energy levels, as documented in the most recent Galactic Federation Police (GFP) survey. In response to the crisis, the Chozo initiated the construction of a containment structure over the impact site in an attempt to mitigate the pervasive effects of radiation. Despite their mitigation efforts, the Chozo succumbed to the insidious effects of the formidable "phazon" released during the catastrophic collision.


  biological assessment        


Ecological studies indicate that Tallon IV formerly housed a biodiverse paradise, characterized by a flourishing and intricate web of life forms. However, the present biosphere is undergoing a gradual and alarming deterioration, attributed to persistent exposure to the deleterious effects of Phazon radiation. This phenomenon necessitates a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach to unravel the intricate dynamics of the biospheric decay. At the present rate of degradation, predictive modeling suggests that Tallon IV is anticipated to undergo a transformation into a desolate and uninhabitable Class XIII wasteland within an estimated 25 years, accentuating the urgency for ongoing scientific research and exploration efforts.