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The Home System
Humans evolved within this system

Sol (Sun):  Earth -- Last updated October 6, 2003


The Alpha Centauri Project (also called The Great Experiments)
The first attempts at interstellar colonization (circa 2170)

Alpha Centauri A (Kentauros):  Ghellhonus --  Last updated December 29, 2003


Alpha Centauri B (Toliman):  Baahki --  An AreanLacustric world whose geological processes are driven by the tidal stresses caused by the two large attendant moons.  Approximately 3,400 years ago a large asteroid made a close approach to the planet and was captured in its gravitational well.  At some point the body fell inside the Roche limit and was shattered, producing a planetary ring.  Today the ring is quite prominent, opaque, with its shadow producing quite an environmental impact.  Relatively warm zones are now seasonally covered in shadow, effectively removing any form of summer.  Plant life has suffered, animal life has gone extinct, and the world in general is passing through a mass extinction.  along the equator, almost constant meteor showers attest to the ongoing erosion of the ring, which is estimated to disappear within another 16,000 years.  The deposition of a substantial tektite field on the surface is a secondary result of the ring's erosion, although this  poses no environmental hazard.  Page under construction



The Seven Colonies
Launches began in 2212, based upon the apparent success of the Great Experiments.  Only worlds with likely biospheres are selected.  A new generation of fusion pulse engines, for speeds of 0.14c, are utilized.  As environmental and social conditions on Earth worsen, governments and big corporations sponsor the Seven Colonies.

»Tau Ceti (D'jedmin):  Igom -- A low metallicity Gaian planet, and one that barely had a chance to become habitable.  With such low metallicity, gas giants are typically the only worlds that can form, but if given enough of a chance, without the interference of forming gas giants, terrestrial worlds of low density and mass can form.  These worlds are composed of ices and very little rock, depending on the initial amount of metallicity in the solar nebula from which they formed.  In the case of Igom, enough rocky material gathered to form a low mass world, but with so much water that most of its surface is inundated.  Several small continents dot the oceans, driven by minimal plate tectonics.  A weak magnetic field is present as well, barely adequate at blocking solar and cosmic radiation.  The sapient Igii evolved on this world.

»Sigma Draconis (Alsafi):  Hyannis -- This ArchaeoGaian world is marked by meteorological extremes as the relatively thin atmosphere is heated by the sun.  Also, with the absence of a moon, the planetary axis shifts chaotically over time, resulting in extreme climatic shifts.  Indeed, this lack of a moon, and the resulting lack of tides to stir up pre-biotic elements, will likely retard the development of life beyond its current microbial anaerobic state.  Currently the world is essentially a desert planet.  Continent spanning deserts are pot marked by regions of barren, rocky wastes.  Without a large amount of oxygen in the atmosphere, an ozone layer has yet to form, consequently allowing the surface to be flooded by solar radiation.  This, of course, exacerbates the plantless condition.
»82 Eridani (Lashlé):  Tsevorda -- With no axial tilt, this Gaian world has no seasons and enjoys a planet-wide tropical summer.  Thick forests cover much of the continents, which are themselves very low in relief because of a very low level of geological activity, perhaps due to the system's inherent low metallicity.  Animal life on Tsevorda tends to be small, with little diversity, with the majority of life forms being larger forms of insect-forms.  However, the lack of biodiversity may also be due to the "switching off" of Tsevorda's magnetic field 1.3 million years ago, after which solar and cosmic radiation would have wreaked havoc on the biosphere.  The magnetic field returned some 500,000 years ago.  During this period, it is likely that the planet's geology became fairly inactive, and today it is still recovering from that inactivity.
»Delta Pavonis (Waterdon):  Waterdon Prime -- This is perhaps the archetypical Panthalassic Type world, with a heavy atmosphere graduating into the global ocean.  However, the sun has been slowly beginning its move off of the main sequence, and thus growing brighter.  Because of this, the atmosphere has expanded and has begun losing some if its mass to space.  In time, perhaps tens of thousands of years into the future, the world will enjoy a brief summer when the pressure and temperature will be more clement to humankind.  But this will be a brief phase indeed;  catastrophic loss will quickly follow, until the world becomes a massive PostGaian Type, and eventually a completely barren and dead planet.  Currently, though, Waterdon Prime does play host to life, although in the upper layers of the hot ocean it tends to be extremophile aerobic forms.  The deeper that one descends, the more complex the life is.  The meteorology of the planet is fascinating, and often times there are hypercanes which can last months.
»Eta Cassiopeiae A (Achird):  San Gabriel -- This planet had always been close to the habitable zone of its sun, but for most of its existence had been Arean in nature.  However, for nearly a billion years now, as its sun has brightened and drawn close to the end of its main sequence existence, San Gabriel has been a thawed AreanLacustric Type world, and what is more, it has supported a diverse biosphere.  Apparently life had existed in abundance, however primitive, previously.  But with the warming this life experienced a burst of evolution, until today there are some five major orders found throughout the planet, all having adapted to nearly every available niche.  There is a single land mass, the ancient and now highly eroded remains of an uplift plateau, stretching nearly from pole to pole.  Likewise, there is a major rift valley deep beneath the ocean, very similar in form and origin to Mars' Valles Marineris.  Geologically, the planet has since revived somewhat with the lubricating and mass properties of the ocean, but plate tectonics do not exist, and volcanism remains scattered and, typically, minor.  Over all, the world itself is warm and lush, and provides a garden-like setting equal to most  Gaian worlds.
»Omicron-2 Eridani A (Keid):  Retunda -- This Arean world is, at first glance, quite typical.  It is cold, dry, and possesses ample reserves of subsurface water.  Geologically, it is quite inactive.  However, up until 3 million years ago the planet was in the grips of a major ice age, with ice sheets of water and, to a lesser degree, carbon dioxide, stretching down almost through the mid-latitudes.  But when the ice age ended, the glaciers largely sublimated, with the moisture relocating to  the poles, while even more retreated below the surface.  The result is the flattening of large regions of the surface, with all older impact craters largely erased.  Today these plains are sparsely populated by more recent impacts, and present very little topological variation.  there is no evidence of surface liquid water existing for the past several billion years.  There are also no native life forms to be found on the planet.
»36 Ophiuchi A:  Bester -- This young Pelagic Type world is believed to be in the last stages of its evolution, and within several million years may become a Cytherean Type planet.  However, it is still typical of its Type, with its high temperature ocean subject to intense storms that may last months, sometimes even years.  The planet is highly geologically active, but no land has managed to break the oceanic surface in geologically recent times.  Even so, massive amounts of greenhouse gases are being continually dumped into the atmosphere, hastening this phase of the planet's evolution, while at the same time the crust is thickening.  Without any form of tectonics to recycle this crust (or the atmosphere for that matter), it is virtually certain that the planet will end up a hellish, dry place, quite similar to Venus.  Had it formed only a little further from its sun, then the planet may well have become Gaian in nature.



The Thirteen Colonies
Launches began in 2253, hot on the heels of the Seven Colonies, as an attitude of Earth-abandonment raged in the face of the growing out of control greenhouse effect.  Sanctioned by the various governments, funded and constructed by corporations, but manned by various interest groups, these were seen as attempts to preserve Humanity, as well as Earth life and culture.  A third generation of fusion-pulse engines, the prototypes having been tested during the last launches of the Seven Colonies, pushed these ships to 0.21c.  Systems with the signatures of habitable worlds were selected, but often the science  data was old, inaccurate, and not updated by corporations more eager for income than the success of their clients.

»61 Virginis (Bright-Eye):  Dradgeworld -- This Gaian world is marked by a single large, low relief continent that is almost completely covered by a thick old growth forest.  The low relief allows for a nearly unimpeded flow of oceanic weather, as well as a ground water level that has made the surface a literal continent-spanning swamp, evening out the overall climate.  This moisture, coupled with the above average surface temperature, has created the opportunity for this "world forest".  The only regions not covered are those at the extreme poles, and areas where the bedrock is close to or on the surface.  The forest itself is typically on the order of a kilometer in thickness, rising from the swampy surface, where barely any light penetrates, to the thick midlevels where one can literally walk from one end of the continent to the other without a single sight of either sky or ground, to the canopy where barren spires rise high into the clouds, catching atmospheric moisture.    Life is varied depending on the level of the world forest.  Those forms that dwell on the ground level are adapted to a high level of humidity and a near total darkness.  They are often white and blind, and some forms are truly tremendous, with an average of half a kilometer between trunks to dwell in.  In the midlevels of the world forest evolved the sapient Khai.  The species was quite secretive, and contact with the first colonists was quite rare.  However, they possessed a great deal of knowledge about forest-derived medicines, some of which were quite powerful.  During the Dominion, this species was driven to extinction by the rampant xenophobic paranoia that marked the age.

»Alpha Mensae (A'swobo):  Arsemis -- This Gaian Type world is in the grips of an ice age, with sheets reaching as far as the mid-latitudes.  While much of the continents are mountainous, there are extensive coastal plains, made all the greater in size by the retreat of the oceans as the glaciers lock up a large percentage of the planet's water.  These plains are very fertile, especially towards the equator, and host the majority of the planet's diverse biosphere.  The sapient species, called Arsemians, evolved during this last ice age, and the clement conditions on the continental shelf plains fostered their rapid cultural and technological growth.  At the time of contact, the Arsemians were distributed across the planet, and were by and large undergoing an industrial revolution.  It is believed that had they continued to develop without the interference of Humans, then their entire civilization would have collapsed in the next few thousand years with the ending of the ice age, and the flooding of their choice habitats.  As it is, interaction with Humans has opened up new environments, as well as space, for this alien intelligence.  The parallel between Humans and Sivata, and now Humans and the Arsemians, is intriguing.

»Beta Comae Berenices (Phione):  Phione IV -- A single supercontinent straddles one hemisphere, its interior marked by vast deserts and rocky wastelands.  This setting also sets the stage for weather extremes;  super-monsoons are the norm, and wreak havoc in the barren lands with massive winds storms and flash floods, while at the same time inspiring seasonal growth on a brief but massive scale.  The outlying areas of the continents are more lush, as well as some internal regions at higher elevations and near large lakes and seas.  The sapient T'chebsoni evolved in one of these internal regions, where a stable climate provided them with abundant food.  At the time of contact with the Human colonists, the T'chebsoni had been existing in a bronze age level for several thousand years, their further growth retarded by their isolation.  Remarkably, the T'chebsoni quickly adapted to the human presence, as well as their technology, and swiftly became just as proficient as Humans.  Probably because of this adaptability, the Dominion wiped out the T'chebsoni at nearly the same time that the Khai of Dradgeworld were driven into extinction.  However, it was much more difficult to eliminate the T'chebsoni, and the world was enveloped in war for some time.  The scars of this war remain to this day.

Beta Canum Venaticorum (Lá):  Hokul'ea -- A Gaian world marked by the absence of large continental plates, but with dozens of volcanic island chains.  Most of these islands are thick with vegetation, an achievement made possible by the evolution of plants whose seeds can remain in seawater for many years, and remain viable.  It is believed there are some species that can remain in the water for thousands of years.  Thus, some plants might seemingly become extinct when their host islands finally erode into the ocean, but their seeds might eventually make their way to other islands, and revitalize the species.  Terrestrial animal life is quite uncommon, however, although there are some forms that are semi-aquatic, and which are capable of migrating to other, distant chains.  Aquatic animal life is, of course, very common and diverse.
Gamma Pavonis:  Chinook -- This world is a PostGaian Type, with great continental plateaus overseeing the desiccated remains of oceanic basins.  Small, saline seas remain, largely devoid of life, with the vast flat plains surrounding them are home to immense fields of lichen-like plants, their red-brown forms stretching away to the horizon.  The planet remains geologically active, but volcanism is sparse, a shadow of what was once common.  The planet is also extremely hot, and indeed the continents are quite uninhabitable, even though an oxygen atmosphere remains thick enough for unaided Human respiration.  No forms of higher life remain, and what life that does exist in the seas is microbial in form, although aerobic in nature.
Zeta Tucanae:  Cordillera -- This EoArean world has only small and restricted regions of surface water, and its atmosphere is quite thin.  It is clear that this phase of the planet's existence is closing, and perhaps within 10,000 years Cordillera will be a dry, frozen Arean Type world.  The planet is marked by extensive regions of deep canyons (some of which still hold rivers and lakes), and high mountainous regions, geological fossils of the planet's youth when the crust was stretching and shrinking as the planet cooled.  Life is present, and is largely confined to the surface water, as well as frozen ice deposits on the surface and below.  They are simple single-celled anaerobes, with little impact on the planetary environment.
Xi Boötis A (Solnce):  Sibir' -- A GaianTundral Type world, fully in the grips of its global freeze.  As is typical with these Types of worlds, the oceans are frozen, even as far south as the equator, with ice that is up to one kilometer thick.  The continents themselves are largely ice free, due to the lack of precipitation and resulting inhibitive glacier formation.  There are some visible regions of volcanism, but global carbon dioxide levels are quite low.  It will be many tens of thousands of years, perhaps even millions, before any form of planetary thaw begins.
Gamma Leporis B:  Kidian -- This world is considered to be an EoArean Type, yet it possesses a small level of geologic activity, the last remnants of activity from its tumultuous youth.  The surface is rather cold, with ice fields and glaciers common.  Only at the equatorial regions is the climate warm enough to allow for the spread of primitive plant life.  These form, however, are quite advanced considering the age of the planet, and there are some who believe that they are the result of genetic manipulation by the Lost Colony which is in place here.  This Lost Colony is the People of Kastiel, a highly tweaked race of Humans, tailored to survive in the harsh climate of this world.  They were designed to be highly combative, but are also instilled with a sense of great honor and responsibility.  Indeed, they regard the baseline Human race as almost divine.  At the time of the arrival of the first colonists, the People of Kastiel were living in a feudal society, with a technological level roughly equal to that of Earth's 18th century.
12 Ophiuchi:  Yellowstone -- This EoArean Type world is highly active geologically, with immense regions of volcanic activity.  The world's oceans are heavily tainted with volcanic minerals, yet play host to a variety of algae-like forms of life, most of which are a dirty yellow in color.  The planet's meteorological systems are quite chaotic as well, being driven largely by the varying stellar output of the sun.  Because of the sun's massive star spots, the climate varies greatly over a period of months, and there are some regions where the land has been eroded into a menagerie of shapes because of rapid freezing and thawing.
107 Piscium:  Kelari -- This world is a Gaian Type planet, its average temperature rather cool, but its continents covered with great thick forests.  Life here is largely predatory, with few orders of true herbivores.  For the most part, an ecosystem based on animals eating each other only is in place.  The sheer absurdity of such a configuration hints at the probable artificial origins of the planetary biosphere, even though there is ample geological evidence that the planet has supported oceans and plate tectonics for billions of years.  Indeed, the presence of a Lost Colony here likewise hints at these artificial origins, for the genetically tweaked Humans here, called Devasnids (although other Human races tag them with the term Arachnid) have been modified in such a way as to make them highly dangerous in the right circumstances, even though there is no apparent need for these changes.  Some have theorized that the establishment of the Lost Colony was actually little more than an ancient genetics lab.  The truth may never be known.  When the recent Human colony was established here, the Devasnids were living in an orderly society with moderate technological capabilities, and a computer revolution on the horizon.
41 Arae A:  Talus -- Although this is a Gaian Type world, the continental surface could not be more hostile.  Great tracks of desert stretch from coast to coast, with only a very few fertile regions.  Most continents are clustered in the desert latitudes, and are seasonally struck by major storm systems.  Curiously, life is well adapted to these conditions, both in resilience and appearance.  Many forms are almost unidentifiable until they are observed to be in motion, so well are they camouflaged.  Others are very obviously animals, and many orders have truly huge members.  The planet itself is not affected by the stellar secondary, which never gets closer than some 90 AU away.
Gliese 75:  Naqadah -- Overcast with reddish brown clouds, cold and half covered with ice sheets composed of water and impregnated with methane, possessing oceans that roll sluggishly against barren shores, this world is a typical MesoGaian Type planet, still suffering the throws of its formation, while life attempts to gain a foothold.  Massive meteoric impacts are still common, although truly catastrophic strikes happen on an average of one every three standard years.  The continents are completely barren and rubble strewn, while volcanic regions are found everywhere.  In all respects, the planet is a hostile place.
Beta Hydri:  Orra -- The sun is quite aged, and has begun to move off of the main sequence, brightening and warming as it does so.  As a result, there is at least one planet in this system that has gone from a previous Gaian Type stage to a hostile, almost completely barren PostGaian Type.  However, further out from the sun, orbiting a Jovian planet, there is a massive moon that had previously been a frozen Europan Type world.  But in the face of this stellar brightening, it has literally thawed into a water planet, a BathyPelagic Type world.  This planet, Orra, soon experienced a biological revolution as pre-existing forms took advantage of the warmer environment and oxygen-rich atmosphere.  Even so, by the present era life had still not progressed beyond the point of simple multicellular microbial aerobes.  But this was changed some 11,000 years ago when a Lost Colony was established here.  The settling Humans were genetically altered to the point where they were literally "merpeople", capable of living entirely in the oceans, and yet retaining the ability to exist for short periods in the open air.  Along with these people, called the Shiruhushu, the oceans of Orra were seeded with oceanic life from Earth.  By the time the Thirteenth Colony was established here, the planet was completely populated by Earth-based life.  There is a complete lack of rocky islands here, of course, although floating "islands" of vegetative material, one of the few remaining native forms of life, can grow and develop into floating platforms many square kilometers in size, and up to 700 meters thick.  Some of the oldest living islands are easily seen from a high planetary orbit.


Hegemony Seed Colonies
Established as a Church-sponsored program to spread Humanity to the stars (circa 2530 to 2625)

18 Scorpii:  Hy Breasal -- This jewel of a Gaian Type world is marked by a world ocean spotted by isolated islands and tectonic rafts, with a single major continent.  The biosphere is primitive in many respects, with a diverse but relatively young family of terrestrial animals, while the oceans are home to a much more diverse, even older group of life forms.  
47 Ursae Majoris:  Requiem -- This is a truly massive Arean Type planet, and a hot world besides.  The planet is somewhat geologically active, with regions of thermal venting.  The atmosphere is near standard and rich in carbon dioxide, with the resulting greenhouse effect adding to the planet's heat.  Water plays a very minor role, with no traces of it on the surface.  There are massive reservoirs deep under the surface, however, and in a liquid state as well.  Some extremophile forms can be found in these aquifers, but remain quite primitive.  There is evidence of a more active geologic past, but the last major regions of activity faded more than two billion years ago.  Today the surface is dry and marked by wandering sands, as well as ancient mountains and buttes.
54 Piscium:  Mjollnir -- Orbiting well beyond the habitable zone of the sun, this LithicGelidian Type world is, ironically, the most habitable world in the system.  The surface is cratered and barren, with little evidence for any form of geologic activity.  Subsurface layers are largely icy deposits, with little rock.  At depths of 20 kilometers rocky materials become more prevalent.  Accompanying ice deposits often occur in cavernous regions, while in some other areas the ice has apparently sublimated, leaving behind vast empty caverns.  The atmosphere is very thin and is composed primarily of nitrogen.
Nu-2 Lupi:  Tartessos -- An EoGaian Type world suffering from major impacts and a surface wracked by volcanism and massive storms.  The atmosphere, largely carbon dioxide and methane, has also begun condensing water vapor, with major storms beginning to fill in the proto-ocean basins.  Sediment-laden rivers rush from the highlands over a barren surface devoid of topsoil, and huge flash floods can devastate hundreds of square kilometers.  Despite all of this, the earliest forms of life have appeared, anaerobic monocellular forms which thrive on methane.
Zeta-1 Reticuli:  Minos -- This world is described as a Gaian Type, although there is no land area, save for a few isolated islands.  Continental shelves are present, but these remain inundated, and have been so for at least half a billion years.  At one point, when there was a large amount of land, it is believed that thriving ecosystems were in place.  But tectonics and chance conspired to preclude any new mountain building, and combined with an already low relief set of continents, time soon eroded these lands into great swampy expanses.  Further oceanic level rises, caused by global warming, completely flooded the continents, leaving behind only shallow seas.  Today the world is a single ocean, populated by a diverse ecosystem.  This world is home to a Lost Colony of essentially unmodified Humans.  At the time of contact, fourteen islands in six different chains were inhabited, and the culture in place was existing at a rather primitive level.  With the lack of natural resources, a technical society could not develop.  At one point, of course, the Minosian people were quite technically proficient, but with the end of the Sivata civilization they regressed quite rapidly.
Zeta-2 Reticuli:  Pretarus -- This once Gaian Type world has in the past billion years suffered a heavy decrease in tectonic activity, resulting in the thinning of the atmosphere and the slow freezing of the surface.  Great ice sheets cover most of the surface, with the remaining oceans much decreased in size.  Most continental expanses are cold and dry, with winds driving the desiccated soil into great dunes.  In all respects, this world is a PostGaian Type, although it has come to this point in a much different manner than what is typical.  The biosphere is quite reduced, with the majority of the biodiversity clustered about the equatorial regions.  The Lost Colony here is clearly derived from the nearby Minosian civilization, and it is believed that the Minosians themselves colonized this world before the fall of the Sivata civilization.  At the time of contact, the Pretarans were living at a near stone age level, but with enough derivative cultural aspects to identify their ultimate origin.
Iota Persei:  Sheol -- PostGaian Type. 
Gliese 722:  Caledonia -- Gaian Type.
Gliese 777 A:  Nineheveh -- Gaian Type.
Delta Trianguli AB:  Cahokia -- Gaian Type.
85 Pegasi A:  Feldspar -- Arean Type.
58 Eridani:  Adirondack -- EoGaian Type.
Rho-1 Cancri A:  Cirque -- LithicGelidian Type.
44 Boötis A:  Aramis -- BathyPelagic Type.
44 Boötis BC:  Armagast -- Gaian Type.
37 Geminorum:  Fujiyama -- Gaian Type.
15 Sagittae:  King Fisher -- AreanLacustric Type.
51 Pegasi:  Amkke -- Selenian Type.
14 Herculis:  Guaramé -- GaianTundral Type.
Iota Horologii:  Coatlique -- AreanLacustric Type.


The Outer Colonies
Further Church-sponsored colonies, sent to more distant targets, theoretically expanding the sphere of influence of Humans (circa 2672 to 2735)

16 Cygni A:  Ithaca -- Hermian Type.
16 Cygni B:  Spartica -- Cytherean Type.
23 Librae:  Iskander -- Arean Type, orbiting a Jovian Type.
94 Ceti A:  Altiplano -- Arean Type, orbiting a Jovian Type.
9 Ceti:  Appalachia -- EoGaian Type.
HD 75289:  Jaffa -- ArchaeoGaian Type.
HD 111232:  Incident -- Panthalassic Type.
Xi Scorpii C:  Aeneas -- Arean Type.
Xi Scorpii D:  Diaspora -- Gaian Type.
Xi Scorpii E:  Wrangellia -- AreanLacustric Type.
Gliese 296.2:  Olduvai -- Arean Type.
Gliese 307.1:  Meganesia -- ArchaeoGaian Type.
Gliese 310.1 A:  Acheron -- EoArean Type.
Gliese 310.1 B:  Tsunami -- EoGaian Type, but with no continental crust.
Gliese 392 A:  Mako Sica -- Gaian Type, but quite barren.
Gliese 423.1:  Beringia -- Gaian Type in the grips of a major ice age.
Gliese 431.1 B:  Canaan -- LithicGelidian Type.
Gliese 433.2 A:  Megiddo -- AreanLacustric Type.
Gliese 503.2:  Tsubar -- Hephaestian Type.
Gliese 511.1:  Cirocco -- Cytherean Type.
Gliese 59.1:  Nihon -- LithicGelidian Type.
Gliese 530:  Chinlé -- ArchaeoGaian Type.
Gliese 593 A:  Nunavut -- Kuiperian Type.
Gliese 609.2:  Erebus -- Hadean Type.
Gliese 632:  Cerventes -- MesoGaian Type.
Gliese 637.1:  Ankara -- Gaian Type.
Gliese 679:  Kythereia -- Gaian Type.


Exile Colonies
Sponsored solely by the Dominion, their purpose was to remove undesirable elements fully from the sight of Dominion civilization (circa 2824 to 2869)

  109 Piscium:  Hohokam
  79 Ceti:  Midgard
  HD 23079:  Markeson's World
  Tau-1 Gruis:  Kaczmarek's Folly
  Gliese 559.1:  Tarsus
  Gliese 426 A:  Peshtigo
  Gliese 452.3 A:  Avalon
  Gliese 452.3 B:  Alba
  HD 106156:  Axis
  HD 111515:  Pangaia
  HD 117635:  Neverwhere
  DH Leonis:  Horizon


League Colonies
The only official program for colonization, although there were thousands of undocumented attempts during the time of the League of Worlds

  11 Leonis Minoris A:  America
  Gliese 229 A:  Mohave
  Alpha Aquilae:  Diamond Point
  Epsilon Reticuli:  Boadicea
  Tau Boötis A:  Sahara
  Gamma Serpentis:  Lacuna Mare

Gliese 35:  Absalom -- A dead world in orbit of a white dwarf.  It would be an unremarkable planet, save for the fact that it holds evidence of the 9.3 billion year old extinct sapient species, the Angelics.  Great labyrinths encompass the planet at depths of 1 kilometer or greater, their walls completely inscribed with what remains largely unidentifiable but massive hieroglyphics.  Last updated January 16, 2004
  Gliese 505 A:  Circé
  Lambda Serpentis:  Devonia
  Upsilon Andromedae A:  Pellucidar
  Epsilon Eridani:  Cicero
  Gliese 304:  Cerruo
  Epsilon Indi A:  Caprona
  70 Ophiuchi A:  Sitka
  Gliese 570 A:  Abuwitiyew
  Gliese 892:  Kapadokya
  Gliese 667 A:  Blue Ridge
  Gliese 105 AB:  Arroyo
  Gliese 33
  Pi-3 Orionis
  p Eridani A
  p Eridani B
  Chi-1 Orionis
  Gliese 250 A
  Gliese 666 A
  Gliese 183
  Gliese 785
  Kappa Ceti
  Gliese 442 A
  Gliese 432 A
  61 Ursae Majoris
  EP Eridani
  Xi Ursae Majoris AaAb
  Xi Ursae Majoris BaBb
  Gliese 688
  Gliese 909 A
  Zeta Herculis B
  Gliese 86
  Gliese 706
  Gliese 320
  Theta Persei A
  Gliese 902
  Gliese 567
  Zeta Doradus
  Gliese 542
  Zeta Trianguli Australis
  Hliese 309
  Gliese 211
  Gliese 302
  Gliese 67
  Lambda Aurigae
  Gliese 95
  Gliese 349
  Gliese 675
  36 Ursae Majoris
  Gliese 620.1 A
  Gliese 775
  Gliese 716
  Gliese 556
  Gliese 853 A
  Gliese 656
  Gliese 5
  Gliese 615
  Tau-1 Eridani
  Gliese 42
  26 Draconis A
  Alpha Fornacis B
  Gliese 282 A
  Gliese 770
  Pi-1 Ursae Majoris
  Gliese 613
  Gliese 611 A
  72 Herculis
  Gliese 259
  Gliese 233 A
  Gliese 796
  111 Tauri
  Gliese 420 A
  Psi Serpentis A
  Gliese 833
  Gliese 269 AB
  Gliese 364
  20 Leonis Minoris
  Gliese 738 A
  Gliese 483
  Nu Phoenicis
  19 Draconis
  Gliese 288 A
  Mu Arae
  Gliese 264.1 A
  Gliese 264.1 B
  70 Virginis


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