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Sable is an earth-like world orbiting a yellow g-type star in the Gemini region.  Once considered to be a primitive "backwater" world, the planet has grown immensely in both population and technology over the last century.  The planet is poised to become a leader in the Gemini Region.






The Samir system is an important trade crossing that connects the Betelgeuse Region to the Canopus Region. The majority simply travel through system between jump stations, and rarely venture inward to the system's planets.






The system is home to the Segin Region's wormhole making the it very important.  The mountainous, highly populated primary world is an important trade center.  Night lights dazzle the planet's darkside.







The primary planet of the binary Sariel system is made up of three continents.  A major world war vastly altered the planets population, which had lived there for over 1,000 years.  The planet was becoming industrialized and technology was growing at an accelerated rate, when a war broke out that would last nearly a century.







System on the outer section of the Inner Region.






A g-class star extremely close to the Helix Nebula.  A small group of scientists studying the nebula were the first colonists.  A decent population has since grown here.







System in the Canopus-Adara Region.





Semo Sancus

Semo Sancus C is a habitable terrestrial world smaller than Earth.  The planet is covered in 70% water.  The land areas are separated into 3 continents, the largest is the main continent the size of Asia centered along the equator, two smaller continents sit over both poles.  The world is known for a major nuclear attack which devastated large sections of the planet.







Semus is a five planet system with its primary world the second planet from the sun, a dry desert world with a large ocean.  The system lies in a strategic military area, making it one of the rare worlds where the United Worlds keeps a permanent military force.  Clashes between the United Worlds and the locals have occurred numerous times in the past, as they view the UW as an imperial force. 






The primary planet is a warm tropical world orbiting the smaller  star of a binary system, with the larger being a red giant 165 AU away.  The red giant glows in night sky with the power of 150 full Earth Moons.






The highly populated system of Serendaria orbits a yellow g-class star in the Betelgeuse Region.  The planet sided with members of the Orion Alliance and created a safe haven for them to live.






The system is the center of around a roughly sperical region known as the Shalimar Sphere.  The primary planet is an earth type world home to a large population.






When colonists first arrived in the system they named it Silvanus, after the Roman God of the woodlands.  The primary planet's land masses are covered in thick, coniferous forests. The planet's climate is generally cold and damp. Snow is common most of the year over large areas of the planet.






The cloud covered world of Tiberius in the Sirius system.  The system was used heavily for mining during the early years of space exploration.






Soratia is a small system hidden under a thick cloud of asteroid debris, orbiting a dim k-class star in the Sargas Region.  Mining operations are scattered across the many asteroids in this young system.  Object #3476JH or better known as the The Block is the location of a famous revolt. 





Spica Colonies

The Spica Colonies are located in an asteroid filled, metal-rich system.  The system sits only 3 light years from the bright blue star Spica, which shines as bright as a crescent moon and can be seen during the daytime.  Smalls colonies are scattered throughout the asteroid fields, where they mine precious metals.






Spiritwood's primary planet is a rainy, cool world whose land masses are covered in dense, temperate rainforests.  The surface's relatively flat geography mixed with the thick humid atmosphere, creates an environment where storms move across the land areas unimpeded.







This Spirus system, in the Izar Region, contain five planets and two sunlike stars.  Once one of the most beautiful worlds in the inner sphere, the primary planet has since been destroyed by overpopulation.





St. Andrews

When the St. Andrews' primary planet was first discovered, many dismissed it as another water covered world lacking any land areas.  As early explorers surveyed the planet though, they discovered there were numerous small island chains spread across the surface.  Settlements were built on the sparse islands chains.





St. Lucas

System sits in-between regions.






The Stargaia System sits inside the Sargas Region over 250 ly from Sol.  The primary planet is a warm, swampy world.  The planet is known for its large insects that infest the entire world, thriving in the oxygen rich enviroment.






Small inner region system 60 ly from Sol.  The parent star is a red dwarf.






System connects the Betelgeuse Region with the Canopus-Adara Region.






Orbiting close to the sun, Syrma B is a young volcanically active world with oceans of hot magma.  The insides of the planet are constantly turning and spitting up on the surface.  There are numerous mining colonies scattered on the cooler night side of the tidally locked world.





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