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Risa begins overhaul of weather control system


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RISA — The popular pleasure planet and tourist destination began a large overhaul of its aging weather control system.

The network, which was installed nearly three hundred years ago, will be slowly upgraded with new computer hardware, atmospheric control systems, seismic regulators and energy collectors, and security upgrades over the coming months.

Before the installation of its weather control system, Risa was a wet and humid planet, similar to Ferenginar. Rain and hurricanes were common, as well as frequent earthquakes. The indigenous Risian population mostly lived in small communities, sometimes in caves or underground to avoid the elements.

Due to its high tectonic activity, Risa’s landmasses have been broken into ten small continents dispersed along the equator, with two large oceans in the northern and southern hemispheres. These large bodies of water, coupled with the planet’s tilt causes temperature differences in the ocean, forming large and powerful hurricanes, a major driving force of the planet’s rainfall.

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Edited by Roshanara Rahman
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