Carillon System

The Carillon system (BD-11 4932) lies roughly 94 light years from Earth towards the galactic core. The main star is spectral type G0, making it very similar to Earth's sun but a little hotter.   The cover image shows Carillon IV from low orbit.


The three inner worlds, Carillon I, II and III are airless rocky dwarf planets. Carillon III is known to have been mined by the Extron Community since it had rich reserves of gold and has the informal name of "Gold Hole". These reserves have long since been worked out. Later, Carillon IV was a regionally important centre for the Asamack Response. In the modern galaxy Carillon IV and Carillon V have become important human colonial worlds.
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Cover image: Carillon IV from low orbit by DMFW


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