Betalis I

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Betalis I
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Imperial Hive world


Ultima Segmentum


Australis Ultima


Hawcinus Sub-Sector


Betalis System


Hive World



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Type Standard iron/silicate

Mass 1.09 x 1025 kg

Density 5.90 g/cm3

Composition 34.1% iron, 27.5% oxygen, 22.4% aluminum, 12.2% silicon, 3.8% other metals, trace other elements


Gravity 12.49 m/s2

Escape Velocity 13.79 km/s

Rotation Period 27.31 hours

Axis Tilt 3.13 °


Type Dense breathable

Pressure 139.10 kPa

Composition 80.5% nitrogen, 19.5% oxygen, trace other gases


With a population of just over one billion, Betalis I is a Hive World in its infancy; a planned world with migration treaties locked in with over a dozen other system Coreward. As other, older, Imperial worlds approach population thresh holds mass transporters will convey millions of migrants at a time to frontier worlds like this one. Redistributing the population burden across the Sectors and ensuring that the recently settled Systems establish themselves significantly faster than they would had they relied upon natural population growths.


Before the Great Crusade Betalis I was uninhabited, no human population at all. While not an ideal planet, the atmosphere and surface is adequate for colonisation and the supporting of dozens of hive cities. Shortly after the Administratum survey ships arrived in the system, they quickly designated the planet as a future Hive World along with others in the system and commenced the logistical legwork of putting in place the migration treaties and transit networks. To date only a single Hive City has been completed, currently designated blandly as Betalis 1-01. Work on another three foundation sites are underway with over a dozen more sites already ear marked for the coming centuries.

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