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These are all the different Stargate (terrestrial) Planet Types we recognize

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This is a temporary list of all planet types, this list is heavily subject to changes and revisions for these types are temporary and need more expansion and thought.

All Types

A-Type

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A-Type planets are planets which are perfect for human life, being rich in both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 50 % land surface area and 50 % water surface area. They are typically slightly smaller then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and more suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly grasslands and open fields very few mountain chains, and nearly no volcanoes.

B-Type

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B-Type planets are planets which are perfect for human life, being rich in both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 50 % land surface area and 40 % water surface area. They are typically slightly smaller then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and more suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly open fields, lush forests, many lakes, some mountains and few volcanoes.

C-Type

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C-Type planets are planets which are perfect for human life, being rich in both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 40 % land surface area and 50 % water surface area. They are typically slightly smaller then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and more suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly fields, hills and mountains, lush forests, long beaches and several tropical volcanic islands.

D-Type

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D-Type planets are planets which are perfect for human life, being rich in both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 60 % land surface area and 40 % water surface area. They are typically slightly smaller then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and more suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly dense forests, grasslands and open fields, many rivers and streams and generally focused on agriculture.

E-Type

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E-Type planets are planets which are perfect for human life, being rich in both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 40 % land surface area and 60 % water surface area. They are typically slightly smaller then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and more suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly open forests, fields and grasslands and quite some hills and mountains.

F-Type

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F-Type planets are planets which are pretty well suited for human life, being rich in both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 40 % land surface area and 60 % water surface area. They are typically slightly smaller then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and more suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly big forests, many hills, long mountains, grasslands, dunes and tundras.

G-Type

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G-Type planets are planets which are pretty well suited for human life, being rich in both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 60 % land surface area and 40 % water surface area. They are typically slightly smaller then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and more suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly dunes, tundras, mountain ridges, deserts and canyons.

H-Type

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H-Type planets are planets which are pretty well suited for human life, being rich in both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 60 % land surface area and 40 % water surface area. They are typically slightly bigger then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and less suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly deserts, dunes, mountain ridges, tundras and canyons.

I-Type

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I-Type planets are planets which are relatively positive for human life, but lacking both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 80 % land surface area and 30 % water surface area. They are typically slightly bigger then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and less suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly ice, glaziers and tundra's.

J-Type

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I-Type planets are planets which are relatively positive for human life, but lacking both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 90 % land surface area and 10 % water surface area. They are typically slightly bigger then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and less suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly deserts, wastes, mountain ranges and some savanna.

K-Type

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K-Type planets are planets which are relatively positive for human life, but lacking both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 10 % to 20% land surface area and 80 % to 90 % water surface area. They are typically slightly bigger then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and less suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly small heavily separated island chains and archipelago's.

L-Type

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K-Type planets are planets which are relatively positive for human life, but lacking both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 45 % land surface area and 55 % water surface area. They are typically much bigger then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and less suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly dry and barren except along the coast and rivers, there is not much flora or fauna on these planets.

M-Type

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M-Type planets are planets which are quite positive for human life, both in biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 30% land surface area and 70 % water surface area. They are typically about the same size of Earth and the landscape is as diverse and as suitable for human life as Earth. There physical geography is mostly a mix of all types of habitats encountered on earth.

N-Type

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N-Type planets are planets which are quite positive for human life, both in biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 50% land surface area and 50 % water surface area. They are typically about the same size of Earth and the landscape is as diverse and as suitable for human life as Earth. There physical geography is mostly a mix of all types of habitats encountered on earth.

O-Type

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O-Type planets are planets which are relatively positive for human life, but lacking both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 45 % land surface area and 55 % water surface area. They are typically much smaller then Earth and the landscape is less diverse and less suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly dry and barren except along the coast and rivers, there is not much flora or fauna on these planets.

P-Type

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P-Type planets are planets which are relatively positive for human life, but are not great in both biodiversity as well as resources diversity, these planets are made up of about 30 % land surface area and 70 % water surface area. They are typically quite bigger then Earth and the landscape is about as diverse and suitable for human life then Earth. There physical geography is mostly the same to Earth's.

Q-Type

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Q-Type planets are planets which are uninhabitable for humanoid life due to the presence of already existing non-humanoid life on the planet, whether they by basic, primitive, sentient, sapient or a mixture of any of these. They are characterized by the fact that going there whether with or without protections will cause pretty certain death to those that would venture there and possible doom to their entire civilization. These planets might be uninhabitable solely due to the life that lives there but generally are uninhabitable to us because of their environments.

R-Type

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R-Type planets are planets which are uninhabitable for humanoid life due to extremely dangerous, hazardous and lethal flora. They are characterized by the fact that going there whether with or without protections will cause pretty certain death to those that would venture there and possible doom to their entire civilization. Obviously there is plant life on this planet which in most cases have evolved here if not have adapted to survive here, there might also be fauna which might or might not be dangerous to humanoids.

S-Type

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S-Type planets are planets which are uninhabitable for humanoid life due to extremely dangerous, predatory and lethal fauna. They are characterized by the fact that going there whether with or without protections will cause pretty certain death to those that would venture there and possible doom to their entire civilization. Obviously there is animal life on this planet which in most cases have evolved here if not have adapted to survive here, there will also be flora, these might or might not be dangerous to humanoids.

T-Type

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T-Type planets are planets which are uninhabitable for humanoid life due to extremely dangerous, toxic and hazardous environmental conditions. They are characterized by the fact that going there whether with or without protections will cause pretty certain death to those that would venture there and possible doom to their entire civilization. There might be both animal and plant life on these planets that have evolved here or have adapted to survive here, these might or might not be dangerous to humanoids.

U-Type

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U-Type planets are planets which are uninhabitable due to reversible artificial causes. They are characterized by the fact that the surface is uninhabitable for carbon based life. However life is still possible beneath the surface of the planet and the planet will eventually restore itself to full habitability. Some life might still exist on the surface having adapted to the new planetary conditions created upon it.

V-Type

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V-Type planets are planets which are uninhabitable due to reversible natural causes. They are characterized by the fact that the surface is uninhabitable for carbon based life. However life is still possible beneath the surface of the planet and the planet will eventually restore itself to full habitability. Some life might still exist on the surface having adapted to the new planetary conditions caused upon it.

W-Type

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W-Type planets are planets which are uninhabitable due to nuclear disasters. They are characterized by radiation storms, acid rain and various other forms of fallout. These planets used to be populated by a very advanced Grade 7 Civilization which generally caused the downfall of their planet themselves. Most of these planets will revive themselves for human life again within several million years.

X-Type

See Also the full Article, X-Type.

X-Type planets are planets which are uninhabitable due to natural disasters. They are characterized by toxic fumes and noxious gases and various other forms of hazardous miasma. These planets used to support many different forms of life but generally most if not all of them have died out due to the cataclysmic event that took place in the relative recent history of the planet. These planets have a small chance of restoring themselves to the point that they may one day again support diverse life, including humans.

Y-Type

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Y-Type planets are planets which are uninhabitable due to irreversible natural disasters. They are characterized by the fact that huge parts of the actual planet (not just the surface) have been destroyed, disrupted or dislodged. These planets used to support many different forms of life but have now become completely uninhabitable. These planets have no chance of restoring themselves to ever support carbon based life again.

Z-Type

See Also the full Article, Z-Type.

Z-Type planets are planets which are uninhabitable due to irreversible artificial disasters. They are characterized by the fact that huge parts of the actual planet (not just the surface) have been destroyed, disrupted or dislodged. These planets used to support many different forms of life but have now become completely uninhabitable. These planets have no chance of restoring themselves to ever support carbon based life again.

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Planet Types
Habitable Planets A-TypeB-TypeC-TypeD-TypeE-TypeF-TypeG-TypeH-TypeI-TypeJ-TypeK-TypeL-TypeM-TypeN-TypeO-TypeP-Type
Unhabitable Planets Q-TypeR-TypeS-TypeT-TypeU-TypeV-TypeW-TypeX-TypeY-TypeZ-Type

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