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107 Piscium

K-class star system with two livable worlds Capricora and PoseidiaCapricora is a mountainous world similar to Earth, while Poseidia is a water covered terraformed world with manmade islands. 





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.



12 Persei

Binary system of two close orbiting F-class stars.  The system is home to the planet Persia, which orbits both stars at a comfortable distance.  The planet has a comfortable, usually warm climate, but can often have major weather changes caused from its interactions with both suns.





13 Orionis

The planet Calledrenus is a humid, tropical world of island continents surrounded by vast oceans.  Tensions between the people and the government have been high ever since the first colonists arrived.  The planet is in a constant state of civil unrest as rebellions constantly try to overthrow the tyrant government.







16 Cygni

Triple star system with an exoplanet known around star B.





2 Centauri

The 2 Centauri System contains three planets and a warm asteroid belt.  The sun is a red giant near the end of its life, it was once an f-class sun like star.  The sun pulsates every 12 days becoming brighter then darker again.  The constant pulsating creates stress on the atmosphere of the  worlds.








18 Scorpii

Solar twin home to the Earth type world of Aziza.  Dinosaur like creatures inhabits this world alongside humans.






31 Orionis

The red giant 31 Orionis is a large bright star.  The worlds of this system may have once been beautiful but are now baked in radiation and heat.  A small group of scientists live in this system studying the ancient planets.





33 Sextantis

IThe 33 Sextantis System is a system orbiting a K-class subgiant star.  This system was once fairly normal but as the star brightened with age the system changed.  The first two planets of the system where once earth-like worlds, but have are now lifeless deserts.  Life is beginning to grow on the third planet which is an ice world that is thawing.  Outside the inner planets lies a ringed gas giant with the moon Panarctica.





47 Ursae Majoris

The 47 Ursae Majoris system contains two planets; the inner has a mass 2.4 times that of Jupiter sitting at a distance of 2.1 au, and the outer has about ¾ the mass of Jupiter at a distance of 3.73 au.  The moons of the inner planet are a bit colder than Mars; they have a small population living on the surface.






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 planets of 58 Urase Majoris are scorched under the intense sun.  The primary planet is an endless sandy desert buring under the hot sun.





59 Virginis

The heavy populated world of Virgiterra lies in this system.  Virgiterra is known for its highly Latin inspired culture and architecture.  Monterey the planets largest city is home to nearly 20 Million people.







70 Virginis

One of the first exoplanets known was found orbiting in this system.  A hot gas giant glowing blue in its sun’s light.






72 Hercules

This sun like star sits only 47 light years from Sol, leaving many to hope orbiting close would be an earth-like world.  When the first colonists arrived they found a dry world rich in ice.  Terraforming projects melted the ice creating oceans, and turning the world habitable.  The improved world wanted to show its power in the galaxy, they built a strong military in order to flex their muscles.  Today the planet continues its strong military presence with one of the largest in the inner sphere.







89 Virginis

89 Virginis is a red giant in the Spica Region.  The system has little to offer other than a few small colonies.



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