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Tauran Ari (TAE571): white dwarf star with 0 planets


Solar system 'Tauran Ari (TAE571)' comprises the star 'Tauran Ari' and the retinue of celestial objects gravitationally bound to it: 0 planets and their moons, as well as asteroids, meteoroids, planetoids, comets, and interplanetary dust.

The principal component of this star system is the star 'Tauran Ari', a white dwarf class star that contains about 99.99% of the system's known mass and dominates it gravitationally. Tauran Ari is located more than 2615 lightyears from the center of the galaxy.

This star is a minuscule white dwarf star orbited by no significant planetary bodies and is located within the Polystratus Euphorion star cluster in the Adrastea arm of the barred spiral galaxy NGC 1300. The star Tauran Ari is the stellar remnant of a massive red giant star that cooled rapidly over hundreds of millions of years. Tauran Ari is composed entirely of electron-degenerate matter and is thought to be around 9.5 billion years of age. At only 50,000 kilometers across the surface of Tauran Ari is an intense 99,000 degrees Celsius. Within this system exists no major asteroid belts, only solar dust and gas encircle in the form of a very thin accretion disk which orbits the star at a distance of about 5AU.

This solar system officially belongs to the Darwin Arae Empire, while there are currently no active outpost stations located in this star system, orbiting this star are two legendary decommissioned and abandoned twin war ships used during the first Koralian war that are said to be the resting place of the largest Sernusbahn crystals ever found. The war ship known as Kabos-1 orbits this star at a distance of 3.6AU while Kabos-2 orbits Tauran Ari much further out at a distance of 19.22AU on average. This star system is a graveyard for many retired war vessels, many of which orbit Tauran Ari at an average distance of 4AU. This solar system is tightly restricted without rarely given authorization from the Darwin Empire.



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