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Eta Cassiopeiae 5 pc

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Re: Eta Cassiopeiae 15lys environs

Post by dragoner » Mon Sep 24, 2018 8:24 pm

Eta Cassiopeiae, Zone 5: sitting at the far reach from the shore of the latest near stars human colonization wave by the most recently built Jump 6 wormhole projector from Sol. Quiet now, as it busies itself with rebuilding post-bellum; late war, fierce battles erupted in the EV Lacertae, and Krüger 60 systems, where the Imperial Navy finally broke the rebel fleets. Lower intensity actions were fought at Teegarden's Star, and V1581 Cygni, with some smaller ones at Stein 2051, and HR 8832. The battlefields are considered war graves by the Imperium, nevertheless the hideous expense of spacecraft has attracted scavengers. EV Lacertae where the main shipyards for the rebel fleets in Eta Cass zone were located, and the there is still the rumored existence of the “Lacertaen Iridium” or a currency reserve that was lost. One of the last rebel headquarters was hidden on Stein 2051, the bombing of which is considered one of the worst crimes of the war.

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Srinivasa, Eta Cassiopeiae, a beautiful, hospitable planet, nevertheless welcoming as a grave due to the ruins left behind by the former inhabitants; itself only opened to settlement this year due to a 20 year study of viability assessment as the inhabitants of what is nick named a “War World,” where upon they brought on their own extinction event a couple hundred years prior through conflict.

Another issue pertaining to Eta Cassiopeiae and Srinivasa is that the Yagachtya, from Mu Cassiopeiae, a hexopodal species with both a pseudo chitinous exoskeleton, and endoskeleton, warm blooded, except non-mammalian; have requested and received permission to settle on the eastern island continent. The Human continuum, far from unified, except dominated by Sol, however, does look to be absorbing the Yagachtya. Wolf 46 is an ancient world, often referenced as “Crossroads” due to the station orbiting the planet that has been given over to Earth-Human habitation.

Note: EV Lacertae is the main base of the Imperial 11th Fleet that occupies this zone.

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Re: Eta Cassiopeiae and 15lys environs

Post by dragoner » Sun Oct 07, 2018 12:08 am

Stars within 5 parsecs (18 light-years) of Eta Cassiopeiae:

Eta Cassiopeiae: 19.42 lys (5.953 pc) from Sol, class G3V/K7V; -10.54, 16.22, -1.619

HR 8832, BD +56°2966: 4.90909 light-years, class K3 V; -7.368, 19.94, -1.134
Mu Cassiopeiae: 5.43002 light-years, class G5p VI; -14.28, 19.81, -3.248
EV Lacertae: 7.75652 light-years, class M3.5e V; -3.09, 15.7, -3.71
Krüger 60, DO Cephei: 8.17162 light-years, class M3n V; -3.39, 12.6, 0.020
Groombridge 34: 8.66434 light-years, class M1.5n V; -5.056, 9.829, -3.641
Stein 2051: 9.23936 light-years, class M4 V; -15.2, 9.33, 2.44
Wolf 46: 9.75736 light-years, class K5 V; -16.4, 23.8, -0.11
Ross 248: 10.0625 light-years, class M5.5e V; -3.382, 9.291, -3.008
Wolf 47: 10.1686 light-years, class M5; -16.6, 24.3, -0.24
Gliese 48, BD +70°68b: 10.4927 light-years, class M3.5e V; -15.6, 23.1, 4.47
Gliese 809, BD +61°2068: 11.0773 light-years, class M0 V; -3.505, 22.27, 4.431
Sigma Draconis: 11.2152 light-years, class K0 V; -3.451, 17.10, 7.025
61 Cygni: 12.9692 light-years, class K5 V; 1.438, 11.27, -1.188
AOe 17415-6: 13.3852 light-years, class M3 V; -1.867, 12.39, 7.824
Gliese 793, AC +65°6955: 13.3937 light-years, class M3 V; -4.406, 24.68, 6.763
Struve 2398: 13.6304 light-years, class M3 V; 0.117, 10.62, 4.763
Gliese 445, AC +79°3888: 13.7215 light-years, class M3.5 V; -8.267, 11.06, 10.89
*HR 511, BD +63°238: 13.7419 light-years, class K0 V; -20.65, 25.12, 1.127
*EQ Pegasi: 13.7796 light-years, class M3.5e V; -2.59, 15.6, -12.9
GJ 1221, EG 372: 13.839 light-years, class DXP9 wd; -3.41, 16.9, 10.2
V1581 Cygni: 14.0925 light-years, class M5.5e V; 2.94, 14.9, 2.28
Teegarden's Star: 14.2108 light-years, class M6.5 V; -9.41731, 3.27715, -7.37253
Luyten 1159-16: 14.2137 light-years, class M4.5e V; -8.48, 5.37, -10.6
V547 Cassiopeiae: 14.2611 light-years; -17.2, 28.1, 2.70
Giclas 192-13, Luyten 1813-21: 15.0901 light-years, class M3.5 V; -21.2, 10.3, 7.29
*107 Piscis: 15.2688 light-years, class K1 V; -14.09, 11.98, -15.85
*van Maanen's Star: 15.6142 light-years, class DZ7 wd; -4.014, 6.457, -11.91
Giclas 258-33: 15.9142 light-years, class M4.5 V; -2.21, 20.9, 11.1
*Giclas 243-50: 15.9624 light-years, class M2.5e V; -19.8, 29.2, -0.91
*EG 473: 15.9843 light-years, class DC9 wd; -25.5, 21.7, -2.73
*Gliese 109, AC +25°7918: 16.0601 light-years, class M3n V; -19.8, 10.2, -13.3
Chi Draconis: 16.204 light-years, class F7 V; -5.403, 22.54, 12.39
*LHS 533, BD +15°4733: 16.6797 light-years, class M1.5 V; 0.647, 17.61, -13.91
*Gliese 63, AC +56°13511: 16.9513 light-years, class M3 V; -22.8, 27.8, -3.18
*Eggen/Greenstein white dwarf 381: 17.124 lys, class DA8 wd; -15.7, 31.5, -7.45
S.W. Burnham 996: 17.8687 light-years, class K3 V; -16.81, 29.83, 8.120
*Iota Persei: 17.8929 light-years, class G0 V; -27.94, 19.56, -4.144

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