The Albini system is part of the Yamatai Star Empire. Its only notable planet is an ocean world with 3 small main continents that are close to one another. These days, it is primarily known as a fishing world. Despite being adjacent to the Yamatai Star System, it's on par with frontier worlds because there's simply not that much on the planet.
Albini has a population of about 300,000 people. As the YSE continues to develop, the Empire's goal is to continue its agricultural industry and also to create more tourism venues.
Communications on the planet are provided by a network of Emrys Satellites put into orbit in YE 36. Civilian cargo shipping is primarily provided by Trinary Star Shipping, which has storefronts in the planet's major cities.
Albini's sun is a close analog of The Sun, G-type main-sequence star with similar luminosity and mass.
Albini was the homeworld of a blue-blooded aquatic humanoid species who were easily invaded by the Star Army of Yamatai in YE 20 by extensive use of tanks and infantry regiments and served as a fairly loyal colony (and home of the Star Army's Sixth Fleet) until the Mishhuvurthyar invasion of YE 28. The Mishhuvurthyar unleashed plague which killed nearly all life on the planet. In early YE 29, the Star Army of Yamatai successfully removed the last remnants of the plague using a nodal purification system and resumed using the planet's oceans to supply water for Star Army vessels and began rebuilding a marine ecosystem to support fishing. There was also an unsuccessful attempt to bring back the resident species called the Albini Reborn Project.
Albini is also home to Pisces Station. Pisces was moved to the Yamatai system while it was under NMX control after an invasion in YE 31. In YE 33, the system was recaptured and in YE 34, the station returned. In YE 34, the Star Army of Yamatai constructed a Frontier Starport on the surface.
Albini has three major exports: seaweed & algae, fish, and water. Its major imports are industrial equipment from Yamatai that is related to cultivating the sea.