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Taeplanet
Tae'Sha
Astrographical
Region

Deep Core[1]

System

Kanrim-Sha system[1]

Suns

1: Kanrim-Sha[1]

Orbital position

1

Moons

1: Kayer'Sha[1]

Rotation period

29 hours[1]

Orbital period

278 days[1]

Physical
Class

Terrestrial[1]

Diameter

11,492 kilometers[1]

Atmosphere

Oxygen mix[1]

Climate

Temperate[1]

Gravity

Standard[1]

Primary terrain
Surface water

38%[1]

Societal
Immigrated species

Tae[1]

Official language

Taen[1]

Population

4.6 million (c. 12,978 BBY)[1]

Affiliation

Tae'Sha was a planet in the Kanrim-Sha system, part of the Deep Core region of the galaxy. The terrestrial planet was home to the Templars of Sha, as well as a number of refugees from Alsakan following the end of the Alsakan Crisis in 12,999 BBY.

DescriptionEdit

From orbit, Tae'Sha appeared to be covered almost completely in grasslands and extensive forest and wooded regions; vast oceans and multiple freshwater lakes also doted the landscape. Mountains weaved across the landscape as well. From the surface, Tae'Sha appeared barely touched by technology, with large areas of the fertile lands left mostly unsettled and unaffected by the present of sentients. The planet's animal and plant life were able to live a mostly secluded life without sentient begins hunting them.[1]

There was, however, a technology presence. The planet had several large cities, including the capital, Taevhol Sharra, and the Alsakan refuge colony of New Xenvaer. The cities are forbidden from expanding, however; when additional space is required, a new city is constructed. This is done in an effort to make build all settlements with care and beauty.[1]

ClimateEdit

The regions of Tae'Sha had diverse climates. The equator was the tropical area of the planet; its summers were humid and it had long, wet seasons. The two poles, however, were frozen throughout all seasons. In addition to the two extremes were climates boasted by the Tae as idyllic, with summers they felt were never too warm and winters that were never too cold. Rare winter storms, however, could cover larger parts of the landscape.[1]

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