The Space Atlas
The purpose of "Supplement PO3. The Space Atlas" is to present a web interface for Galactic 2.4 to the
fans of the program who for some reason not sits in front of a PC with that program installed.
Other GalaxiesThe Classic Galaxy
The T20 Galaxy
To generate random subsectors use "1001 Subsectors", the web based random subsector generator for Galactic 2.4.
Have You made a writeup for a planet, subsector, sector or something else? Do You want to contribute to this effort, or just have a link to Your site? Or, if You have found any errors.
Then You should mail BeRKA and tell him!
The data presented here is mostly from Jim Vassilakos program Galactic 2.4.
Where a Creditfile was included for a sector. it is also included here.
Included in Galactic 2.4 is also a discussion of the traveller Copyrights over the years.
This is not included here. Download the program to read it.
The authors and/or compilors of the sector not included in Galactic 2.4 has
been asked for permission to publish their sectors here. (Some of them have not replied yet.)
The Traveller game in all forms is owned by Far Future Enterprises. Copyright 1977 - 1998 Far Future Enterprises. Traveller is a registered trademark of Far Future Enterprises.
Far Future permits web sites and fanzines for this game, provided it contains this notice, that Far Future is notified, and subject to a withdrawal of permission on 90 days notice. The
contents of this site are for personal, non-commercial use only. Any use of Far Future Enterprises's copyrighted material or trademarks anywhere on this web site and its files should
not be viewed as a challenge to those copyrights or trademarks. In addition, any program/ article/ file on this site cannot be republished or distributed without the consent of the
author who contributed it.
The material presented here is my original creation, intended for use with the GURPS system from Steve Jackson Games. This material is not official and is not endorsed by Steve Jackson Games.
This site uses the database used in Galactic 2.4. It uses perl programs to read these and generate sector and subsector maps, and to do the planet writeups. The java-subsector-viewer is made by Jo Grant (ThankYou Jo for letting me use it!)
The database for Spinward Marches can be found at URL: http://zho.berka.com/data/TNE/SPINMAR/
If there is a letter "h" in position 63 of the subsectordata, this now means that there is a hyperlink to a writeup on the web.
Future fixes and changesAdd weblinks to BARD.
Set up "other galaxies" (Core Route, M0, N:th interstellar wars, etc...).
Add a key of the characters used on the ASCII subsector hex maps.
Add a key of the symbols used on the JAVA subsector hex maps.
Experiment with different textsizes.
Ideas, Comments and BugReports
Send Ideas, Comments and BugReports to BeRKA.