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'''Local Cluster''' is the term given by the people of [[Mannon]] to the cluster of habitable star systems that various nations have claimed and colonized. Assumed to be the result of a star cluster whose members hit the ends of their lifespans 3 - 5 billion years ago, the Local Cluster features several stars with rocky planets well in the habitable range. There is some speculation that this arrangement is too coincidental to be considered pure chance, but there is no real evidence supporting deliberate arrangement by any intelligent people or force.
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'''Local Cluster''' is the term given by the people of [[Mannon]] to the close group of habitable star systems relatively nearby that various nations have claimed and colonized. Assumed to be the result of a proto-star cluster whose members hit the ends of their lifespans 3 - 5 billion years ago, the Local Cluster features several stars with rocky planets well in the habitable range. There is some speculation that this arrangement is too coincidental to be considered pure chance, but there is no real evidence supporting deliberate arrangement by any intelligent people or force.
 
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Latest revision as of 04:56, 15 May 2013

Local Cluster is the term given by the people of Mannon to the close group of habitable star systems relatively nearby that various nations have claimed and colonized. Assumed to be the result of a proto-star cluster whose members hit the ends of their lifespans 3 - 5 billion years ago, the Local Cluster features several stars with rocky planets well in the habitable range. There is some speculation that this arrangement is too coincidental to be considered pure chance, but there is no real evidence supporting deliberate arrangement by any intelligent people or force.