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Oseon System

a system of seven bands of asteroids orbiting the star Oseon, the Oseon System was named for Gadfrey Oseon. Unlike most other star systems, the Oseon lacked any planets, being encircled only by the seven asteroid belts. No one knew how the Oseon System had been formed, although many theories pointed to a rogue star passing through the system more than a billion years before the Galactic Civil War and reducing its seven planets to rubble. Those asteroids that were inhabited were primarily vacation sites and pleasure spots for the filthy rich of the galaxy. The Oseon System was also the home to a huge population of mynocks, and any ships travelling through the system were well-advised to protect their ships from the parasites. Oseon, the system's primary star, flared up annually in a spectacular display known as the Flamewind, which prohibited traffic and communications for several days. A major influx of tourists was always seen just before the Flamewind, providing even more income to the already wealthy system. The asteroids within the system were numbered with four-digit names. The first number represented which band the asteroid was in; the other three were just counters that seemed to indicate the order in which the asteroids were settled.
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