Jartar

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Location
Milky Way / Hades Gamma / Dis
Jartar
ME1-Planets-Jartar.png
Basic Information
Type(s)
LorePlanet
Mass Effect
Location Information
Atmospheric
Pressure
0.00
Day Length
2.8 Earth Years
Orbital Distance
1.85 AU (from Dis)
Orbital Period
2.8 Earth Years
Radius
1,410 km
Keplerian Ratio
0.808
Surface Gravity
0.17 g
Surface Temp.
82 °C
Mass
0.008 Earth Masses
Featured in...
Mass Effect and Mass Effect 3

Mass Effect[edit | edit source]

Jartar is a terrestrial world with a trace atmosphere of krypton and xenon. The surface is hot, and mainly composed of unremarkable silicates. Occasional deposits of aluminium, magnesium, and other light metals can be found.

Jartar is noted for the discovery of the "Leviathan of Dis," the apparent corpse of a genetically engineered living starship. The Leviathan was found in the bottom of a crater by a batarian survey team, and estimated to be nearly a billion years old. It "disappeared" after a visit to the system by a batarian dreadnought twenty years ago.

Since then, the batarians have steadfastly denied that the Leviathan existed at all - and all the more vociferously when shown recordings of the corpse made by salarian researchers.

Mass Effect 3[edit | edit source]

Jartar is a terrestrial world with a trace atmosphere of krypton and xenon. The surface is hot, and primarily composed of unremarkable silicates. Occasional deposits of aluminium, magnesium, and other light metals can be found.

Jartar is noted for the discovery of the "Leviathan of Dis," the apparent corpse of a genetically engineered living starship. The Leviathan was found in the bottom of a crater by a batarian survey team, and estimated to be nearly a billion years old. It "disappeared" after a visit to the system by a batarian dreadnought twenty years ago.

Since then, the batarians have steadfastly denied that the Leviathan existed at all--and all the more vociferously when shown recordings of the corpse made by salarian researchers.