This star system consists of a single orange class-K star and two principle planets, one orbits the k star in a standard elliptical orbit and
is an M-class planet with two moons. The other is only loosely bound to this star system and breaking away as a system in its own right,
consisting of a central supergiant star, essentially a failed star, with its own family of 10 satellites and an extensive system of impressive
and prominent rings. None of these bodies appears to have conditions habitable for our kind of life forms. However, one or two of the
supergiant's satellites show signs of tidal heating and may be worth further exploration.
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