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Chel
Planet: Chel
System: Besqek
Sector: Deep Core Security Zone
Galactic coordinates: (-50, -10)
System coordinates: (16, 6)

Planet type: hot/toxic atmosphere
Planet size: 8 x 8

Controlled By: Galactic Empire
Governor: Galactic Empire
Magistrate: Moff [HC-1]# Bill Maxwell
Total population: 2,931,186 inhabitants
Hireable Population: 1,000 People
Civilisation level: 8.1300%
Tax level: 5.0000%
Planet income: 615,211 credits
Tax income: 30,761 credits
Description:

The planet Chel is the planet that lies closest to the sun in the Besqek system. Despite the fact that this planet lies so close to the sun it has somehow managed to retain an atmosphere. The atmosphere is not breathable and consists entirely of toxic fumes but at least there is an atmosphere present.

The planet surface is nothing than barren stretch of scorching rock. Due to the planets system proximity to the sun, even when the planet is in its night stages it is still being heated and not cooled. The heating of the planet has caused all of the moisture and lying water on the planet to evaporate leaving behind the barren rock and dust that is the current composition of the planet. The fact that the planet is exposed to such high temperatures at all times of the day, there are constant wind storms. While these windstorms do not sound to be of any significance, when the dust is added into the picture it turns them from windstorms into deadly sandstorms. The storms consist of the sand that was left from the heating of the planet; these tiny pieces of sand are heated by both exposure to sunlight in the outer layers of the atmosphere and by the general heat given off by the planet. When the heat is coupled with constant high-speed winds that sweep the planets surface the result are storms with enough power to strip the planet of any distinguishing landmarks that it may have had at one time. Another interesting aspect of these sandstorms are that even with the planets proximity to the sun these storms are so violent and so dense that not even the slightest amount of light can muster its way through to the planets surface.

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