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Zada Ban
ZadaBan
Planet View
Orbital Distance 0.7 AU
Orbital Period 0.9 Earth Years
Keplerian Ratio 0.423
Radius 7,594 km
Day Length 70.0 Earth Hours
Atm. Pressure 0.0 atm
Surface Temp 94 °C
Surface Gravity 1.5 g
Mass 2.111 Earth Masses
Satellites N/A

Location: Milky WayThe Shrike AbyssalXe Cha System First planet

Colony
Species Volus
Capital None (largest station is Dolo Station)
Colony Founded 2154
Population 22,500 (in orbital stations)
Prerequisite: Star Chart from Baria Frontiers store (Mass Effect 2)
Prerequisite: Priority: Palaven (Mass Effect 3)

DescriptionEdit

Zada Ban is a large dense planet named for a volus god of punishment. Its crust is rich in uranium, eroded by winds to create large radioactive dust storms across its surface. The volus of Talis Fia have explored the planet thoroughly with space probes and telepresent robo-mining machines and discovered they are not the first to exploit the planet. Plastics from a mining station approximately 50,000 years old can be found near the planet's equator. Curiously, the mines nearby were not tapped out of uranium ore; they were instead abandoned at the height of their operation.

AssignmentsEdit

LifeformsEdit

Mineral DepositsEdit

Initial Scanner Result: Rich

Mineral Amount Approximate Value
Palladium High 11,200
Platinum Medium 6,500
Iridium Medium 8,700
Element Zero Medium 6,000

Search and Rescue Edit

Main article: Search and Rescue

Trivia Edit

  • Much like the planet Gei Hinnom and the moon Sinmara, two other celestial objects with Assignments, there is inconsistency between the object description and the actual surface: Zada Ban is described as having "large radioactive dust storms" and "zero atmospheric pressure" (two contradictory terms in itself as one cannot have winds if the planet is airless) but upon landing it appears to be a garden world as evidenced by the greenery in the assignment's environment.

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