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The Babbilus System's primary planet needed some terraforming to make it fully habitable.  Water was imported in from comets in the outer system, this doubled the amount of surface water on the dry planet.  Though the planet's surface is still fairly dry, vast deserts stretch across the land areas.






Balance is a relatively isolated world sitting far from the galaxy's populations centers.  Protected by the planet's government is a large nature preserve roughly the size of Asia, the largest know preserve in the galaxy.






The primary planet of the Bane System had a very perilous history.  A highly infectious diseases struck the early settlers, piercing through their numbers.  Although the disease was typically not fatal, it left those infected permanently paralyzed or at least severely crippled.





Barnard’s Star

Barnard’s Star is a dim red dwarf located just under 6 light years from Sol and is the second closest star to Sol.  The system contains a planet , with a thin atmosphere, orbiting just under 1 AU from the sun.  Even at this close distance the planet is still very cold because of the dimness of the star.





Baten Kaitos

Baten Kaitos is a large, red giant sun orbited by a gas giant.  The gas giant, Baten Kaitos B's largest moon has a surface that's covered in water.  The moon froze over early after cooling during the system's formation.  As the sun grew into a red giant, the ice melted covering the moon in a global ocean.






Bau's primary planet is a habitable, terrestrial world covered in 20% water located in inland seas and lakes.  Most of the planet's surface is land areas, which are separated into deserts and forests, and volcanic mountain ranges.  Bau was first settled by explorers from Mirachian Prime who were travelling from the Mirach Region to the Triangulum Region






Beid's primary planet is a terrestrial, desert world, scorched under the bright, giant sun.  The planet's surface is a sprawling desert, with only a miniscule amount of liquid water, located at each pole.  The planet's entire population reside in an enclosed city, located in the northern polar region.






The Bellefontaine System was originally settled with extensive plans to turn the primary planet into a resort world for the region's elite. With a deep planet wide ocean, and long Island chains that stretch across the surface, the planet was viewed as a paradise by the early settlers. The Long Island chains gave way to thousands of kilometers of white sandy beaches, along with warm tropical water.





Beta Reticuli

The Beta Reticuli system was settled by interstellar explorers.  Shortly after the system was colonized, the primary planet was found to rich in valuable metals.  The population grew swiftly as colonists moved to the system in masses, looking to exploit the primary planet's natural resources.






Bluecadia's primary planet is a resort world covered in a deep, planet wide ocean.  The planet is covered in over 90% water, with it's land areas located in island chains that are spread across the ocean.  The planet is known for its pleasant climates, regulated by the large, deep ocean that covers the surface






The primary planet of the Brackenfall system is a cold, terrestrial world, in the middle of an ice age.  The majority of the Brackenfall's surface is covered in either water or ice.  There are limited warmer regions stretched along the equator, these areas are covered in tundra and cold, rocky deserts.






The Brangas System contains two gas giant planets. The outer most planet is home to a series of 12 moons, the larger moons are occupied by a limited population of settlers from other worlds in the Cetus Region.  he moon is too cold for humans to live outside unprotected.






The Braston System's primary planet has been an important agricultural world in the Polaris Region.  The planet has recently emerged from an extended ice age where sprawling glaciers covered the surface.  The receding glaciers left behind billions of acres of mineral rich soil, perfect for growing crops.



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