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  • Centauri System

    Centauri System Description

    Discovered in 2365, Centauri was one of the first systems settled during Humanity’s initial interstellar expansion. Surveyors immediately recognized the colonization potential of the third planet and fast-tracked its development. Centauri became one of the prime battlegrounds during the first Tevarin War (2542-2546) and was even conquered by the Tevarin for a short time. These days, the system is primarily known as the Human headquarters of MISC.

    - Centauri

    - Centauri I
    A protoplanet with no atmosphere or known resources.

    Yar - Centauri II
    With most of its surface covered by the arid red desert, the planet is a stark contrast to Saisei’s natural and constructed beauty. Most of the civilian settlements were abandoned once mineral resources were exhausted. Now the terraformed planet’s remaini

    Saisei - Centauri III
    Constructed to balance nature, human habitation and industry, the Governor’s Council of Saisei enforces a population cap in order to protect the planet’s carefully planned and cultivated environment. Businesses who wish to operate on world, like ship manu

    - Centauri IV
    A rocky coreless planet whose surface is scared by impact craters.

    - Centauri V
    A Super-Jupiter several times more massive than most typical gas giants.

    - Centauri Belt Alpha
    This dense asteroid belt contains enough mass to form a planet leaving scientist to speculate why it never fully came together. The region is rich in standard heavy metals, and pop-up mining bases frequently appear to support Saisei’s heavy industry.

    NameTypeSizeHabitableMembershipDesignation
    STAR1056324NO0Centauri
    PLANET815NO2494Centauri I
    YarPLANET5411YES2489Centauri II
    SaiseiPLANET6237YES2205Centauri III
    PLANET7025NO2496Centauri IV
    PLANET99185NO2497Centauri V
    ASTEROID_BELT0YES0Centauri Belt Alpha
    Jump Points
    Elysium
    Nul

    Primary Intrest
    Secondary Intrest
    Research Stations, Environment Regulation
    Divisional Intrest
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