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The Strata is used to describe the geographic areas of colonization that spread above and below the planet's surface. Depths below the surface are known to reach beyond 10,000 meters. The planet's itself falls victim to stellar winds and frequent bursts of radiation from solar flares. Due to minimal atmospheric protection against an onslaught of radioactive hazards, the majority of colonists have inhabited the subterrain while only a handful have managed to live their lives on the planetary surface. Within the Strata, the entirety of location above ground has been declared the 'Exclusion Zone'.

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