Sun

Sun A0 (Blue Small)
A small blue sun belonging to a class of relatively common dwarf stars that are often planet-bearing or accompanied by planetary dust clouds. Many stars of this kind rotate quickly and the class is known for strong hydrogen and ionized metal lines in stellar spectroscopy.
Sun A0 (Glory Immanence)
This star was originally a small blue sun of a star class of critical interest to the Triglavian Collective. Manipulation of this star by a Triglavian Dazh Porevitium Transmuter has caused profound changes in this stellar body, and throughout the system surrounding it. More typical members of this star class of relatively common dwarf stars are often planet-bearing or accompanied by planetary dust clouds. Many stars of this kind rotate quickly and the class is known for strong hydrogen and ionized metal lines in stellar spectroscopy.
Sun A0IV (Turbulent Blue Subgiant)
A bright blue stellar body emitting unusually high neutrino levels, this star experiences frequent coronal mass ejections at unpredictable intervals. The turbulent subgiants of this type found in New Eden are prone to violent instability that scientists now believe is linked to unstable wormhole activity and the "Caroline's Star" stellar anomaly.
Sun B0 (Blue)
This luminous blue star belongs to a class known for powerful stellar winds and rapid rotation. These stars generate most of their energy at the center of their mass in a thermonuclear fusion process involving a carbon-nitrogen-oxygen (CNO) catalytic cycle. Stars of this type generally show strong non-ionized helium lines and some have a chemistry that results in very strong lines, leading to the designation 'helium-strong'.
Sun B0 (Blue)
This luminous blue star belongs to a class known for powerful stellar winds and rapid rotation. These stars generate most of their energy at the center of their mass in a thermonuclear fusion process involving a carbon-nitrogen-oxygen (CNO) catalytic cycle. Stars of this type generally show strong non-ionized helium lines and some have a chemistry that results in very strong lines, leading to the designation 'helium-strong'.
Sun B0 (Blue)
This luminous blue star belongs to a class known for powerful stellar winds and rapid rotation. These stars generate most of their energy at the center of their mass in a thermonuclear fusion process involving a carbon-nitrogen-oxygen (CNO) catalytic cycle. Stars of this type generally show strong non-ionized helium lines and some have a chemistry that results in very strong lines, leading to the designation 'helium-strong'.
Sun B0 (Fruitful Immanence)
This was originally a luminous blue star of a class of deep interest to the Triglavian Collective. Manipulation of this star by a Triglavian Dazh Porevitium Transmuter has caused profound changes in this stellar body, and throughout the system surrounding it. More typical members of this star class are known for powerful stellar winds and rapid rotation. These stars generate most of their energy at the center of their mass in a thermonuclear fusion process involving a carbon-nitrogen-oxygen (CNO) catalytic cycle. Stars of this type generally show strong non-ionized helium lines and some have a chemistry that results in very strong lines, leading to the designation 'helium-strong'.
Sun B0 (Fruitful Immanence)
This was originally a luminous blue star of a class of deep interest to the Triglavian Collective. Manipulation of this star by a Triglavian Dazh Porevitium Transmuter has caused profound changes in this stellar body, and throughout the system surrounding it. More typical members of this star class are known for powerful stellar winds and rapid rotation. These stars generate most of their energy at the center of their mass in a thermonuclear fusion process involving a carbon-nitrogen-oxygen (CNO) catalytic cycle. Stars of this type generally show strong non-ionized helium lines and some have a chemistry that results in very strong lines, leading to the designation 'helium-strong'.
Sun B0 (Fruitful Immanence)
This was originally a luminous blue star of a class of deep interest to the Triglavian Collective. Manipulation of this star by a Triglavian Dazh Porevitium Transmuter has caused profound changes in this stellar body, and throughout the system surrounding it. More typical members of this star class are known for powerful stellar winds and rapid rotation. These stars generate most of their energy at the center of their mass in a thermonuclear fusion process involving a carbon-nitrogen-oxygen (CNO) catalytic cycle. Stars of this type generally show strong non-ionized helium lines and some have a chemistry that results in very strong lines, leading to the designation 'helium-strong'.
Sun B5 (White Dwarf)
This small white star is largely made up of degenerate matter and is slowly cooling, having ceased thermonuclear fusion after exhausting its fuel. The temperature of these stars is generally uniform through the body due to the excellent thermal conduction of degenerate electrons making up the bulk of their mass. High surface gravity leads to separation and purification of elements in these stars such that, while generally composed mostly of carbon and oxygen, the atmosphere is rich in lighter elements.
Sun B5 (White Dwarf)
This small white star is largely made up of degenerate matter and is slowly cooling, having ceased thermonuclear fusion after exhausting its fuel. The temperature of these stars is generally uniform through the body due to the excellent thermal conduction of degenerate electrons making up the bulk of their mass. High surface gravity leads to separation and purification of elements in these stars such that, while generally composed mostly of carbon and oxygen, the atmosphere is rich in lighter elements.
Sun F0 (White)
A main-sequence star in a class of stellar bodies that are typically white or yellow-white in hue. Hydrogen fusion drives the energy generation of these stars and they are often hot and bright. Stars of this type can be found with companion stars, are often accompanied by mature planetary systems and tend to emit an ultraviolet radiation flux providing for habitable zones conducive to human occupation.
Sun F0 (White)
A main-sequence star in a class of stellar bodies that are typically white or yellow-white in hue. Hydrogen fusion drives the energy generation of these stars and they are often hot and bright. Stars of this type can be found with companion stars, are often accompanied by mature planetary systems and tend to emit an ultraviolet radiation flux providing for habitable zones conducive to human occupation.
Sun G3 (Pink Small)
Small, red-white stars of this kind are relatively old and may be on the verge of exhausting their hydrogen fusion fuel before becoming red giants. Planetary systems can often be found around these stars and an abundance of heavier metals is not uncommon.
Sun G3 (Pink Small)
Small, red-white stars of this kind are relatively old and may be on the verge of exhausting their hydrogen fusion fuel before becoming red giants. Planetary systems can often be found around these stars and an abundance of heavier metals is not uncommon.
Sun G5 (Gold Immanence)
This was originally a main-sequence yellow star that attracted the interest of the Triglavian Collective. Manipulation of this star by a Triglavian Dazh Porevitium Transmuter has caused profound changes in this stellar body, and throughout the system surrounding it. More typical members of this star class are often yellow or yellow-orange in hue, generating and emitting energy from the vast hydrogen fusion process within the heart of the star. Various numbers of planets of the terrestrial and gas giant types are found around these stars and the habitable zones often contain one or more planets.
Sun G5 (Gold Immanence)
This was originally a main-sequence yellow star that attracted the interest of the Triglavian Collective. Manipulation of this star by a Triglavian Dazh Porevitium Transmuter has caused profound changes in this stellar body, and throughout the system surrounding it. More typical members of this star class are often yellow or yellow-orange in hue, generating and emitting energy from the vast hydrogen fusion process within the heart of the star. Various numbers of planets of the terrestrial and gas giant types are found around these stars and the habitable zones often contain one or more planets.
Sun G5 (Pink)
Main-sequence stars of this kind can have a slight red-white tint and are generally bright and in the process of fusing vast quantities of hydrogen every second. Various numbers of planets of the terrestrial and gas giant types are found around these stars and the habitable zones often contain one or more planets.
Sun G5 (Pink)
Main-sequence stars of this kind can have a slight red-white tint and are generally bright and in the process of fusing vast quantities of hydrogen every second. Various numbers of planets of the terrestrial and gas giant types are found around these stars and the habitable zones often contain one or more planets.
Sun G5 (Yellow)
A main-sequence stellar body of a class that is often yellow or yellow-orange in hue, generating and emitting energy from the vast hydrogen fusion process within the heart of the star. Various numbers of planets of the terrestrial and gas giant types are found around these stars and the habitable zones often contain one or more planets.
Sun G5 (Yellow)
A main-sequence stellar body of a class that is often yellow or yellow-orange in hue, generating and emitting energy from the vast hydrogen fusion process within the heart of the star. Various numbers of planets of the terrestrial and gas giant types are found around these stars and the habitable zones often contain one or more planets.
Sun G5 (Yellow)
A main-sequence stellar body of a class that is often yellow or yellow-orange in hue, generating and emitting energy from the vast hydrogen fusion process within the heart of the star. Various numbers of planets of the terrestrial and gas giant types are found around these stars and the habitable zones often contain one or more planets.
Sun K3 (Yellow Small)
Rather small but on the main-sequence, these yellow or yellow-orange stars are very stable, remaining on the main-sequence for tens of billions of years. Abundant compared to other classes that tend to support habitable planetary systems, these stars are common targets for colonization efforts. The stability of these stars, combined with the relatively low ultraviolet radiation flux they emit, is thought to enhance the viability of their planetary systems for the development of life.
Sun K3 (Yellow Small)
Rather small but on the main-sequence, these yellow or yellow-orange stars are very stable, remaining on the main-sequence for tens of billions of years. Abundant compared to other classes that tend to support habitable planetary systems, these stars are common targets for colonization efforts. The stability of these stars, combined with the relatively low ultraviolet radiation flux they emit, is thought to enhance the viability of their planetary systems for the development of life.
Sun K5 (Orange Bright)
A bright orange star that is relatively cool but stable, being of a class that typically runs a fusion process on the main-sequence for as long as 30 billion years. Planetary systems containing an abundance of heavier metals and relatively complex molecular products have been noted as present around such stars. These stable stars, emitting relatively gentle levels of ultraviolet radiation, are common targets for scientific expeditions looking for life or colonization survey teams seeking viable planets within their comfortable habitable zones.
Sun K5 (Orange Bright)
A bright orange star that is relatively cool but stable, being of a class that typically runs a fusion process on the main-sequence for as long as 30 billion years. Planetary systems containing an abundance of heavier metals and relatively complex molecular products have been noted as present around such stars. These stable stars, emitting relatively gentle levels of ultraviolet radiation, are common targets for scientific expeditions looking for life or colonization survey teams seeking viable planets within their comfortable habitable zones.
Sun K5 (Red Giant)
This large red star has exhausted its core hydrogen fuel and is slowly expanding into a red giant, consuming all remaining hydrogen in the stellar shell. While the process of expansion into a full red giant will take hundreds of millions of years, eventually the star will engulf any planetary system orbiting close to it.
Sun K5 (Red Giant)
This large red star has exhausted its core hydrogen fuel and is slowly expanding into a red giant, consuming all remaining hydrogen in the stellar shell. While the process of expansion into a full red giant will take hundreds of millions of years, eventually the star will engulf any planetary system orbiting close to it.
Sun K7 (Orange)
Yellow-orange and orange stars of this type are rather stable and believed to take tens of billions of years to burn through their core hydrogen reserves in a process of thermonuclear fusion. This stability and long life, combined with the common presence of planetary systems marks these as viable candidates for colonization and exploration efforts.
Sun K7 (Orange)
Yellow-orange and orange stars of this type are rather stable and believed to take tens of billions of years to burn through their core hydrogen reserves in a process of thermonuclear fusion. This stability and long life, combined with the common presence of planetary systems marks these as viable candidates for colonization and exploration efforts.
Sun K7 (Orange)
Yellow-orange and orange stars of this type are rather stable and believed to take tens of billions of years to burn through their core hydrogen reserves in a process of thermonuclear fusion. This stability and long life, combined with the common presence of planetary systems marks these as viable candidates for colonization and exploration efforts.
Sun M0 (Orange radiant)
Orange and red-orange stars in this class are very abundant, making up by far the largest number of main-sequence stars in the locale of the New Eden cluster. However, many such stars are dim and in the dwarf category with the more radiant members of the class being the better known. Rather cool and experiencing constant remixing of their hydrogen fuel by convection, it is believed that stars of this kind could potentially remain stable, at constant luminosity, for trillions of years. By this scale, all stars of this kind are young in terms of their potential lifetime due to the relatively short age of the universe.
Sun M0 (Orange radiant)
Orange and red-orange stars in this class are very abundant, making up by far the largest number of main-sequence stars in the locale of the New Eden cluster. However, many such stars are dim and in the dwarf category with the more radiant members of the class being the better known. Rather cool and experiencing constant remixing of their hydrogen fuel by convection, it is believed that stars of this kind could potentially remain stable, at constant luminosity, for trillions of years. By this scale, all stars of this kind are young in terms of their potential lifetime due to the relatively short age of the universe.
Sun M0 (Orange radiant)
Orange and red-orange stars in this class are very abundant, making up by far the largest number of main-sequence stars in the locale of the New Eden cluster. However, many such stars are dim and in the dwarf category with the more radiant members of the class being the better known. Rather cool and experiencing constant remixing of their hydrogen fuel by convection, it is believed that stars of this kind could potentially remain stable, at constant luminosity, for trillions of years. By this scale, all stars of this kind are young in terms of their potential lifetime due to the relatively short age of the universe.
Sun O1 (Bright Blue)
A hot, luminous and blue stellar body belonging to a relatively rare class of main-sequence stars. Often large and massive, these stars very quickly burn through their core hydrogen fuel supply and therefore have short lifetimes on the main sequence. These stars emit a tremendous amount of ultraviolet radiation and the largest among them will typically go nova after only a few million years. Smaller stars of this type can cool sufficiently that they will turn into rapidly-rotating stars dominated by carbon-nitrogen-oxygen (CNO) cycle nuclear fusion.
Sun O1 (Divine Immanence)
This was originally a luminous blue stellar body of a star class of considerable interest to the Triglavian Collective. Manipulation of this star by a Triglavian Dazh Porevitium Transmuter has caused profound changes in this stellar body, and throughout the system surrounding it. More typical members of this relatively rare class of main-sequence stars are often large and massive. Such stars very quickly burn through their core hydrogen fuel supply and therefore have short lifetimes on the main sequence. These stars emit a tremendous amount of ultraviolet radiation and the largest among them will typically go nova after only a few million years. Smaller stars of this type can cool sufficiently that they will turn into rapidly-rotating stars dominated by carbon-nitrogen-oxygen (CNO) cycle nuclear fusion.