MILLE FALCS B9A2469-C Rob Dean (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A typical navy base planet. The atmosphere is almost entirely
nitrogen, and there is no life except for a few types of anaerobic
bacteria, of interest only to scientists. As a result the surface is
very dusty, and windstorms frequently make landing at the downside
base impossible. The downside base consists of a number of buried
domes. The orbital facility is fairly extensive, and is interconnect-
ed with the civilian modules.