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Planet: H`nemthe VII
Galactic coordinates: (80, -344)
System coordinates: (16, 2)
Planet type: cold/toxic atmosphere
Planet size: 10 x 10
Governor: New Republic
Magistrate: Grath Gelenek
Total population: 1,054,962 inhabitants
Hireable Population: 1,000 People
Civilisation level: 2.2300%
Tax level: 5.0000%
Planet income: 132,703 credits
Tax income: 6,635 credits
The farthest planet from the H'nemthe, Pelecalamor is a lifeless rock topped off with the occasional glacier. Scientist believe that no life has ever seen the surface of the planet before H'nemthean explorers first ventured there. The atmosphere is abnormally toxic, even to the most hardened of species. Filled with carbon dioxide and other harmful vapors, Pelecalamor’s atmosphere killed the original H'nemtheans to land on the surface. More recent expeditions by the Old Republic showed a large mining potentional from the massive amount of rock on the planet's surface.
Pelecalamor is a simple medium-sized planet located too far away from the sun to receive adequate warm. The toxic atmosphere is a poor filter of the radiation that does reach the planet, and is partly responsible for the entire planet not being covered in ice. At least one mining project is currently underway in an attempt to collect whatever resources are available. Also several corporations have gotten together to test a new planetary device that is rumored to clean the atmosphere of toxic planets and allow them for colonization. Pelecalamor was one of the chosen planets for the experiment and is visited periodically by someone associated with the project.
The cold confines of Pelecalamor's rock and glacier formations is interrupted by the presence of a large crater in the northern hemisphere. This crater is the result of a comet who's course skirted it along the outer atmosphere of the planet. Before the comet could veer off, a large portion detached and impacted upon the surface of Pelecalamor creating the crater. Measuring well over 40km in diameter, the crater is the largest structure on the planet.