Chohe is a terrestrial planet whose surface is mainly composed of aluminum, with numerous deposits of calcium. Though it has enough mass to retain a dense atmosphere, Chohe is nearly a vacuum. This lack of atmosphere allows a moderate average temperature, but the differences between night and day are extreme.
The surface of Chohe's sunward-facing side is usually covered by a haze of volatiles (mainly water vapor and carbon dioxide), which return to the ground as frost over the course of the long, cold night.
The Sirta Foundation has established a research outpost on Chohe to investigate the native subterranean life of Chohe, which shows incredible resilience to extremes of heat and cold.
- Assignment: UNC: Besieged Base
- Collection: UNC: Asari Writings: Matriarch's Writings ×3
- Survey: UNC: Valuable Minerals: Heavy Metal ×1 / Rare Element ×1
Points of Interest Edit
|1||Initial||Underground complex (UNC: Besieged Base)|
|2||Initial||Crashed probe (salvage)|
|3||Initial||Abandoned camp (UNC: Asari Writings ×3 and salvage)
“While sifting through this pile of debris, you discovered another of Matriarch Dilinaga's writings. It's in bad shape, but most of it is still intact.
|4||Discovery||Crashed satellite, salvager corpse and mercenaries
“This person must have died while attempting to salvage a crashed satellite.”
Mineral Deposits Edit
- Main article: UNC: Valuable Minerals
- Biotic Terrorist
- Biotic Terrorist Leader
- Insane Scientist
- Mercenary Anti-Tank
- Mercenary Sniper
- Thresher Maw
Search and Rescue Edit
- Main article: Search and Rescue
- Salvage - 10,000 credits
Its surface albedo as calculated from parameters is −1.48. Some of that can be adjusted upward given that the sun is, from this distance, a disc rather than a point (if not by much).
But no planet here can be older than its star, which as a main-sequence F0 is no older than 2.82 billion years. Chohe is a large planet and is still emitting heat from its formation and differentiation; in addition its core must be at least as radioactive as Faringor's. The plutonium here probably does not date to the planet's formation, but could be the result of a natural reaction as in Oklo in Gabon.
Visible from planetside is a small, spherical, and airless satellite; redly coated with iron rust dust like Mars or else methane ice like Sedna. It is a captured body. The artwork is identical to that used for Klendagon above Presrop, and is likely footage of Mars; it cannot be taken as a map of the moon.