ASHISHINIPAR

Corridor Subsector N: New Era data, as of 001-1202 / Imperial era data, as of 001-1120.

Subsector Map

Hex Name UWP BS Trade TPPG AL Stellar
0931AshishiniparC8949CG-8
B8949BA-9
  Hi In
Hi In
B410
410
Wi
Na
G0V K5D
1033NadnamnarniX200000-0
B200211-9
  Va Ba
Va Lo Ni
003
503
--
Na
M4V
1140TristiraD87A76E-4
C87A740-5
  Wa
Wa
B713
713
Wi
Cs
F7V
1432Tarin SinkXAE3000-0
DAE3301-6
  Fl Ba
Fl Lo Ni Rs
035
635
--
Cs
M7 II  M1V

Ashishinipar Subsector: Ashishinipar Subsector has an estimated population in 1202 of approximately 4.71 billion, a decline of 7% from its Pre-Collapse population. Its highest population is 4.63 billion at Ashishinipar, and its highest tech level is 8 also at Ashishinipar. The subsector had an estimated population in 1117 of approximately 5.05 billion. Its highest population was 4.97 billion at Ashishinipar, and its highest tech level was 9 also at Ashishinipar.

Subsector Notes

by Chris Griffen

Tarin Sink (1432) was an Imperial client state and site of Corridor Research Station Epsilon. Nine extended families colonized the planet in the 300s during the wave of spinward expansion. The pre-Collapse inhabitants were their descendants. The Imperium later established a separate facility manned by its own personnel. It grew until it was officially designated Research Station Epsilon. Epsilon served as a clearinghouse for unexplained phenomena. Within it were records of bizarre happenings and mysterious relics dating back tens or hundreds of millennia. Untranslated non-human accounts and strange engines predating the First Imperium await the person able to read or operate them. Many items in the station's collection are so odd that they are freely displayed to the public, although Tarin Sink's position within the Great Rift limited the number of visitors even before the Collapse.

Print Sources:

Tarin Sink was the subject of an article in Traveller's Digest #18.