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Astrological database / planet Twin Tabula


 name  Twin Tabula


 classification  XIII Planet


 location  FS-176 System


 discovery date  2X11


 mass  4.1 Trillion teratons


 size  21,000,000 radi


 known sattelites  None


 atmospheric anaylsis  Nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen and chloride trace gases.


Quaratined: Deadly straing of Gryoxis Calcintain inhabiting the planet. Off limits to all actions outside of approved federation sorties. //          

 distinct features 

Twin Tabula presents a distinctive geological dichotomy with two distinct, visually striking hemispheres. One hemisphere of Twin Tabula exhibits an active and volatile volcanic landscape, marked by molten lava flows and intense tectonic activity. In contrast, the opposing hemisphere features a frozen, glacial terrain with ice-covered expanses, creating a planetary juxtaposition that distinguishes Twin Tabula as an anomalous and scientifically intriguing planetary entity.

  planetary history             


Since its inception, Twin Tabula has intrigued scientific inquiry, presenting a cosmic enigma. In its early development, a molten core fragment separated from the primary mass, contrasting sharply with the frozen regions of the planet. The term "Twin" reflects the dual nature of these regions, with extreme differences—volcanic and molten on one hemisphere and frozen and glacial on the other. Subsequently, this site became a research base for the Federation Colonial Ministry.


Federation scientists probed the peculiarities of Twin Tabula, uncovering natural anomalies driven by gravitational disparities between the planet's northern and southern poles. These gravitational forces accelerated the growth of plant and animal species, resulting in rapid but short-lived development. An unforeseen consequence emerged in the form of Twin Fever, afflicting the entire Federation science team with symptoms such as severe headaches and distorted vision, escalating to dehydration, temperature fluctuations, and joint cramping. Investigations revealed that the Gyroxis Calcintain viral strain propagated the disease, responsible for accelerated growth and premature demise. In response, the Federation imposed quarantine measures, ceasing exploration and research on Twin Tabula.



  planetary geology             


Twin Tabula stands as a celestial enigma with its expansive oceans, heavily laden with chlorine and trace materials, coexisting alongside vast barren plains of exposed rock—a testament to the planet's tumultuous primordial formation. This dichotomy is further emphasized by the stark contrast between the southern hot region and the northern frozen expanse, where the gravitational and magnetic fields exhibit notable variations.


In the southern hemisphere, relentless heat dominates, giving rise to a hostile environment characterized by molten landscapes and volatile conditions. The gravitational forces in this region are markedly different from the northern counterpart, influencing the planet's topography and atmospheric dynamics. Meanwhile, the frozen plains in the northern hemisphere present a polar opposite, with a landscape locked in perpetual ice and frigid temperatures. The gravitational and magnetic fields in this region display their own unique characteristics, contributing to the distinctive environmental conditions. This duality in gravitational and magnetic forces between the southern and northern regions of Twin Tabula showcases the planet's intricate and dynamic nature, captivating the attention of scientists.


  biological assessment        


The biological landscape of Twin Tabula is remarkably sparse, with organisms beyond the cellular level conspicuously scarce. This paucity suggests a developmental stasis, wherein the temporal constraints on the planet may have hindered the evolution of life beyond its incipient stages. The prevailing conditions, shaped by the extreme environmental dichotomy between the scorching southern expanse and the frozen northern region, have likely limited the emergence and diversification of complex multicellular organisms.


Despite the dearth of macroscopic life forms, the potential for burgeoning ecosystems at the microscopic scale remained a tantalizing prospect for Federation scientists. As they approached the precipice of unraveling the intricacies of these diminutive ecosystems, their research was abruptly curtailed by the outbreak of the virulent Gyroxis Calcintain. This unforeseen event tragically disrupted the trajectory of scientific inquiry, impeding further investigation into the potential diversity of microscopic life forms that might have thrived in the distinct environmental niches offered by Twin Tabula's contrasting hemispheres.