This star system consists of a low mass red dwarf star and no planets. There appears to have been insufficient matter present at star
birth to form planets, with most available matter going into the formation of the central star. Like most star systems, however, there is a
belt of planetoids far from the star [similar to the Kuiper belt of Sol]. There may be some small dwarf planets in amongst this stellar debris,
but so far none have been detected. This sometimes happens when such small stars form, however, when planets do occur around red
dwarf stars then they can be ideal for the evolution of life, especially since red dwarf stars have an immensely long stable lifespan on the
main sequence, allowing plenty of time for life to evolve.
1. Set a course for a new target system