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EuPelagic Subtype
Gegton x
Image from Steve Bowers
Gegton X, a terraformed eupelagic world in Norma.
Major sub-type of Gaian Type planet. There is 80-100% water coverage of the surface, with extensive submerged continental shelves. Land often exists as small continents or cratons, or archipelagoes of islands. Eupelagic worlds are often younger than other Gaian world types.
 
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Development Notes
Text by John M. Dollan in his Planet Classification List
Initially published on 24 October 2001.

 
 
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