Intersect Cluster

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The Intersect Cluster is an astrographic feature primarily located across several sectors.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Intersect Cluster is a small grouping of stars that lies at the intersection of Bourne Sector, Hollow Sector, Omicus Sector, and Shadow Rift Sector. It is located between the Phanic Group and the Cauldron Cluster and is bordered by the Basilisk Rift to coreward and the Moat Rifts to rimward.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The positions and types of the stars that make up the Intersect Cluster have been cataloged as part of the University of Tal Varisa Deep Sky Program.

The Intersect Cluster was explored by the Jannasta Expedition during the mid-55th century.

The cluster is the site of two defunct polities, the Dominion of Ruins and the Bone Worlds. The original names of these states is not known - the titles were given by the Jannasta Expedition and are basically flights of fancy.

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Worlds & Sectors (Astrography)[edit]

This astrographic feature is primarily found in the following areas:
Uncharted Space - Empty Stars - Distant Fringe - Where The Stars End:

World Listing: 1105[edit]

The following systems and worlds are associated with this astrographic feature:

131 of 131 World articles in Intersect Cluster
Abernath  •  Abura  •  Ando Mal  •  Ansora  •  Az Alam  •  Bharus  •  Blasi  •  Brinishu  •  Brycon  •  Bulthar  •  Busako  •  Cala  •  Chapu  •  Chaskim  •  Cho Velik  •  Chorvor  •  Curine  •  Deso Pol  •  Dhar Luka  •  Durugal  •  Durukin  •  En sadar  •  Enfarsan  •  Fa Mal  •  Fense  •  Fhoru  •  Fralon  •  Gabino  •  Galavix  •  Gana Zell  •  Go San  •  Gott  •  Guvusa  •  Hevola  •  Higo  •  Ho Sovak  •  Hobol  •  Horch  •  Hostine  •  Hujura  •  Ig Sula  •  Igsos  •  Imadol  •  Indo  •  Inso Pel  •  Ise Iniva  •  Iskoto  •  Jasta Rann  •  Jhum  •  Jirdik  •  Jivad  •  Jysat  •  Kavanagh  •  Kelal  •  Knuru  •  Lajo  •  Lamawe  •  Lebua  •  Leemo  •  Ligos  •  Lim Thosa  •  Lorn  •  Lud  •  Lugush  •  Mal Buran  •  Mavi  •  Modoki  •  Moloche  •  Nahanah  •  Navo  •  Neeso  •  Nevix  •  Nostus  •  Nucardi  •  Nyl Erosa  •  Nyso  •  Omadur  •  Onnesh  •  Ordares  •  Ortino  •  Palamas  •  Paranio  •  Phran  •  Plagan  •  Polosa  •  Purdesh  •  Qua Shan  •  Quook  •  Rago  •  Ret Micos  •  Rhalak  •  Rhedur  •  Ro Molot  •  Rol Saza  •  Romulak  •  Ruv Durin  •  Rybizin  •  Sal Vorin  •  Sarada  •  Shabura  •  Shuvurisi  •  Su Huru  •  Syloko  •  Sysax  •  Tamourn  •  Telermin  •  Thrix  •  Throo  •  Thurn  •  Tiganth  •  Trindal  •  Trisi  •  Ulbasa  •  Unarike  •  Unsarik  •  Urvani  •  Uschela  •  Vanalt  •  Vandis  •  Vas Loro  •  Vissola  •  Vorol  •  Voronian  •  Voy  •  Vuchano  •  Wavin  •  Whelan  •  Wusk  •  Yelm  •  Zamba  •  Zur Azom  •  
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