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Sol

Sol is one of the most southern star systems within the Confederacy, with few other star systems lower than itself. Click on the image to view the entire map in context.

The Solar System, the central and most important system within the Confederacy.

Home to nine planets, including Mars and Earth.

 

 

 

 

 

The Attribute of the Strong [Toggle Spoilers]

As the Independent nations crumbled and the invasion of Helios continued, more and more people began to flee to the inner systems of the Confederation, finally converging on Sol.

The Pandoran fleet arrived in Sol on 26th December, 2624, bringing with them their entire weight - thousands of starfighters and warships. The fleet jumped in to the vicinity of Earth, ignoring Mars and other formerly inhabited planets and stations.

The allied forces gathered there defended Earth, the Pandoran's ultimate target, in an engagement that became known as the Battle for the Solar System. The battle ended only a few hours later when Dragon was destroyed by the prototype TSB bomb, and the remains of the Pandoran fleet retreated.

 

Also See

Galactic Map

 

System Detail

Sol is one of the most southern star systems within the Confederacy, with few other star systems lower than itself. Click on the image to view the entire map in context.

 

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Latest Quiz Questions

According to David Turner, who is Lieutenant Commander Patrick Dean? - The Honour of the Knights (Second Edition)

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Where had Parks headed to after leaving the bridge? - The Honour of the Knights (Second Edition)

What did Chaz do before leaving the morgue? - The Honour of the Knights (Second Edition)

 

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