Anoat is a large temperate planet which lends its name to the system it resides in. Its oceans are dotted with small and uninhabited islands. These islands are formed by the planet's volatile volcano activity and by underwater vents seeping molten lava to the surface. These beautiful spectacles on the planet's oceans attract many scientists who wish to study this natural phenomenon. The planet's beauty is not only limited to its islands, but it also boasts lush forests and colorful jungles.
It was only recently that Anoat's population started to rebound after a period of intense contamination, partly due to a period of dumping toxic waste into its rivers and oceans. However, through conscious effort of personal responsibility the local government organized a massive effort to rebuild and cleanse the planet of its toxic waste.