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This star system is located at coordinates 15-05-17.
  
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It is in orbit of a class V, type A5 (White) star called [[Py'Lea (star)|Py'Lea]]. The other objects in this star system are
  
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*1)asteroid belt, it's orbit is approximately 43 to 62 million km
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*2)a small gas giant, it's orbit is approximately 94 million km.
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*3)a hostile greenhouse planet, it's orbit is approximately 137 million km, with a diameter of 13,291 km (8,307 miles).
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*4)asteroid belt, it's orbit is approximately 168 to 174 million km
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*5)a medium gas giant, it's orbit is approximately 198 million km.
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*6)asteroid belt, it's orbit is approximately 223 to 234 million km
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*7)a large gas giant, it's orbit is approximately 274 million km.
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*8)an unusual large comet with 10 smaller comets called the necklace orbiting in it's wake that moves between this star system and the Tumar system.
  
 
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This star system is located at coordinates 15-05-17.

It is in orbit of a class V, type A5 (White) star called Py'Lea. The other objects in this star system are

  • 1)asteroid belt, it's orbit is approximately 43 to 62 million km
  • 2)a small gas giant, it's orbit is approximately 94 million km.
  • 3)a hostile greenhouse planet, it's orbit is approximately 137 million km, with a diameter of 13,291 km (8,307 miles).
  • 4)asteroid belt, it's orbit is approximately 168 to 174 million km
  • 5)a medium gas giant, it's orbit is approximately 198 million km.
  • 6)asteroid belt, it's orbit is approximately 223 to 234 million km
  • 7)a large gas giant, it's orbit is approximately 274 million km.
  • 8)an unusual large comet with 10 smaller comets called the necklace orbiting in it's wake that moves between this star system and the Tumar system.