Melidron

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Note: X and Y are coordinates (light years on XY plane) relative to Terra at (0, 0)

Melidron
Melidron nearby systems (3151)
Melidron nearby systems (3151)
(Map Legend)
System Information
X:Y Coordinates -602.567 : -971.91[e]

The Melidron system is the location of at least one habitable world or construct and as at 3095 was an independent system located in the Deep Periphery.[1]

System Description

Melidron is located in the rimward region of the Deep Periphery, close to the Flying Bat Nebula and the Perses-Cepherus Cloud Complex. As with many systems located in the Deep Periphery, close is a relative term; the nearest known inhabited systems to Melidron are those containing the worlds of the Alexandrian Covenant, which is located more than 500 light years spinward from Melidron.[1]

Political Affiliation

Closest 20 systems (0 within 60 light-years)
Distance in light years, closest systems first:
Beehive Cluster 328.5 Midden 492.4 Pharos 511.0 Project Sagitarius Umbrella 516.2
Argondale 523.1 Helvetica 545.2 Frobisher 552.7 Eagle Rest 553.7
Cayuga 560.1 Weistheimer 577.0 Gettorf 584.0 Cresson 590.6
Bye's Ship 593.6 Coopertown 598.0 Crawford's Delight 599.7 Ballad 606.3
St. Andreas 606.4 Helios 607.7 Kleinwelt 610.4 Algenib 615.1

Notes

Melidron was first identified in 2012 with the publication of Interstellar Players 3: Interstellar Expeditions. Other than the astrogeographical location of Melidron, no information was provided in the system; in the absence of further information on the Deep Periphery no further detail is likely to be available on Melidron.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Interstellar Players 3: Interstellar Expeditions, p. 76, "Deep Periphery (Rimward Sector)"

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