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1 Aquarii

The primary planet of 1 Aquarii was originally settled by migrants who had escaped poverty on other worlds, they were moving through the Capricorn Region when they discovered the system's habitable world.  Though conditions didn't improve for the migrants initially, a series of malignant parasites ravaged the early population.





2 Centauri

The 2 Centauri System consists of a terrestrial world and a gas giant, the system’s planets orbit the red giant sun. The system is home to a thick, outer comet belt, the belt contains numerous mining colonies where the majority of the system’s population reside.  The gas giant is orbited by a large, water covered moon.






12 Persei

The primary planet of the 12 Persei System is a world known for radical, sometimes cataclysmic, weather changes. The location of the 2 suns in the binary system, can have extreme effects on the global weather patterns and climates of the planet.  Colonists on 12 Persei's primary planet have been forced to adapt to the primary planet’s ever changing weather




13 Orionis

13 Orionis is a multiple planet system orbiting a subgiant star, which is quickly growing into a giant.  The worlds have changed greatly with the growing sun, the inner planets have been burned to a lifeless crisp, while the atmospheres of the outer worlds have been heavily stressed.




16 Cygni

16 Cygni's planetary system orbits the binary system's slightly smaller star, 16 Cygni B.  The system consists of a large gas giant which contains over two times Jupiter's mass, which is orbited by a Martian sized moon.  16 Cygni B's gas giant has an eccentric orbit, which give the planet radical seasonal swings





18 Ceti

The sun-like star 18 Ceti is orbited by multiple planets, the system sits just over 100 light years from Sol, at the outer edges of the Inner/Sol Region.  The system connects the Inner/Sol Region with the Cetus and Mirach Regions.  The system has been established as a popular trade location.






18 Scorpii

18 Scorpii was the location of the one of the original Terran Colonies beyond Earth.  18 Scorpii's primary planet named Serket, is a warm, humid, tropical world.  The original colonists who travelled to 18 Scorpii found establishing a permanent settlement difficult.  Serket was plagued by high gravity, relentless heat, and never-ending swarms of insects.






31 Orionis

31 Orionis is a system orbiting a red giant. The system’s primary planet is a desert world that may have once been covered in ice, early in the system’s history. The planet’s surface is now scorched under the large sun.  The system was initially used science outpost, though a small population has grown on the primary planet






47 Ursae Majoris

47 Ursae Majoris is home to a gas giant orbited by a group of moons, the lagest which contains a small population.  47 Ursae Majoris B's largest moon was first visited by a group of scientists who determined it was too cold, small, and insignificant to house any large-scale colonies or population.






51 Pegasi

The most famous thing about the 51 Pegasi system is the planet Bellerophon, it was the first exoplanet ever discovered.  Bellerophon is a standard hot Jupiter orbiting close to the parent star.  The primary planet is Arionus orbiting just outside the inner asteroid belt that formed after Bellerophon migrated inward.  Arionus is an earthlike world with a large population. 






52 Orionis

A binary system in the Betelgeuse Region consisting of two white/blue A class stars separated by an average distance of 100 AU.  Containing vast amounts of valuable elements used building interstellar ships, the system is home to a large orbital ship building facility built by the Orion Alliance.






58 Ursae Majoris

The primary planet of the 58 Ursae Majoris System is a world covered in sprawling deserts and savanna's.  The grassy savanna act as an oasis for life, breaking up the rocky, lifeless deserts that cover large sections on the surface.  Harsh winds, sand storms, and intense sun wallop the desert regions. 






59 Virginis

59 Virginis was one of the outermost, original, Terran Colonies. The isolated colonists on the primary planet suffered vast loses during the early years of the settlement. Despite this, Terran based companies continued the send colony ships to the planet, looking to establish a population and take advantage of the planet’s extensive natural resources






70 Virginis

The 70 Virginis System contains a gas giant orbited by a small moon.  The moon is the location a modest research station built under the surface.  The moon is a bit too warm for liquid water and human habitation on the surface, meaning any settlements have to be in orbit or underground.






72 Herculis

The primary planet of the 72 Herculis System is a habitable, terrestrial world.  Solar reflectors were used to warm up the planet, which had ice that would reach as far as the tropics.  The planet is currently covered in 80% water and enjoys a warmer climate thanks to the terraforming.






89 Virginis

89 Virginis's primary planet is a partially habitable, terrestrial world.  The planet is covered in a desolate, sandy desert, scorched by the giant sun.  The planet's last remaining life forms huddle in groups around underground lakes, the last remnants of liquid water on the parched, dusty, world.






107 Piscium

107 Piscium was one of the early Terran colonies, as the system is located just 24 light years from Sol.  Colonists from Earth settled the system, though the less than ideal environmental conditions on the primary planet slowed its growth.  107 Piscium's primary planet is a habitable, terrestrial world.






109 Piscium

System with a planet 6 times the mass of Jupiter orbiting in the habitable zone.  Two of the planets moons were teraformed and made livable.



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