This system consists of a solitary white dwarf and scans have revealed nothing more of especial interest. Any planets that once orbited
this star have been destroyed or swept away when the star passed through the red giant and planetary nebula stages. This is not
always the case, some planets may survive and readjust their orbits, and possibly new planets may form from the ejecta and become
gravitationally captured. The material blasted off in the initial planetary nebula is now more than one light year away, in interstellar
space. This white dwarf is of the carbon-oxygen type and of typical mass and spectral type DQ. Even though we have detected nothing
unusual in this system, the data collected will still be of use in refining our models of stellar evolution and white dwarf properties - the
more data we add to our computer models, the more accurate they become.
1. Set a course for a new target system