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Prior to the [[Butlerian Jihad]], the planet was controlled by the [[thinking machines]]. During the protracted campaign however, it was captured by the renegade [[Titan]]s, and for a while became their base of operations. It was devastated toward the end of the Jihad.
 
Prior to the [[Butlerian Jihad]], the planet was controlled by the [[thinking machines]]. During the protracted campaign however, it was captured by the renegade [[Titan]]s, and for a while became their base of operations. It was devastated toward the end of the Jihad.
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Millenia later, Lady [[Shando]] Vernius hid there until Imperial [[Sardauker]] forces executed her.
   
 
Bela Tegeuse had an oxygen-nitrogen atmosphere, and low photosynthesis levels. It's photosynthesis level was partly due to the dimness of both its stars (a red secondary and a white dwarf primary), and partly because of its constant cloud cover. Thus it was capable of, but poorly equipped to, handle human life.
 
Bela Tegeuse had an oxygen-nitrogen atmosphere, and low photosynthesis levels. It's photosynthesis level was partly due to the dimness of both its stars (a red secondary and a white dwarf primary), and partly because of its constant cloud cover. Thus it was capable of, but poorly equipped to, handle human life.

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Bela Tegeuse was the fifth planet in the Kuentsing binary star system.

Prior to the Butlerian Jihad, the planet was controlled by the thinking machines. During the protracted campaign however, it was captured by the renegade Titans, and for a while became their base of operations. It was devastated toward the end of the Jihad.

Millenia later, Lady Shando Vernius hid there until Imperial Sardauker forces executed her.

Bela Tegeuse had an oxygen-nitrogen atmosphere, and low photosynthesis levels. It's photosynthesis level was partly due to the dimness of both its stars (a red secondary and a white dwarf primary), and partly because of its constant cloud cover. Thus it was capable of, but poorly equipped to, handle human life.

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