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H`nemthe VI
Planet: H`nemthe VI
System: H`nemthe
Sector: Mayagil
Galactic coordinates: (80, -344)
System coordinates: (14, 2)

Planet type: gas giant
Planet size: 9 x 9

Controlled By: New Republic
Governor: New Republic
Magistrate: Grath Gelenek
Total population: 1,044,063 inhabitants
Hireable Population: 1,000 People
Civilisation level: 0.9000%
Tax level: 5.0000%
Planet income: 28,038 credits
Tax income: 1,402 credits
Description:
With two other gas planets in the system, Tolhad is something of a repetition.  Smaller than it's two friends, Kicalaphin and Gongolfin, it is also the coldest.  The second farthest planet from the local star, Tolhad's gases move so slowly that some surveyors have been tempted to describe the planet as dead and move on.  It is believed that at it's farthest point from the H'nemthe sun, the gases in the lower level of Tolhad actually freeze forming a temporary solid landmass.  Even if this rumor was true, it actually has no effect on the use of the planet as any ship that would attempt to reach the mythical landmass would most likely be crushed under the atmospheric pressure of so many gases above it.

While Tolhad is rumored to be mostly nitrogen, an extremely large amount of tibanna gas has been detected by several survey ships and more than one corporation has set up mining facilities to gather the resource.  Most succeeded so well that they believed the entire planet had been mined to the fullest of it's potential.  Oddly enough it barely takes a generation before another survey ship returns and says the source of Tibanna gas has increased significantly again and more mining operations are sent to once again make a profit.  This seemingly renewable source of tibanna gas causes a few corporations to wonder just what, if anything, could be living within the deep recesses of the planet.  Most mining directors don't care and are just as happy that the tibanna gas so readily returns and places additional credits in their pockets every so often.

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