Summary[edit | edit source]
Classification[edit | edit source]
There are four colours of star system, each categorised by a letter.
- Yellow star systems are the most common and begin with F or G.
- Red star systems begin with M or K, and can only be accessed with Warp Reactor Sigma.
- Green star systems begin with E and can only be accessed with Warp Reactor Tau.
- Blue star systems begin with O or B, and can only be accessed with Warp Reactor Theta.
Each star system has a number from 0-9, and a final code of f, p, pf or blank.
Classification Exceptions[edit | edit source]
Not all star systems are distinguishable according to spectral class, including star systems containing:
Star systems containing these objects are classified according to the specific object they contain, rather than the star's spectral class.
Concentration of star systems[edit | edit source]
It is possible to find a concentration of star systems in the galaxy. Those concentration are very rare and have a colorful blur. It is unknown if those stars are any different from the standard. Multiple blue, red and green stars can be found in those.
Known star systems[edit | edit source]
For a list of known star systems, see the star system category.
Known star systems (pre-release)[edit | edit source]
For a list of known pre-release star systems, see the Pre-release star system category.