The Cathcart belt alpha is a wide asteroid belt in the Cathcart system. Located in the system's green band, it lacks any celestial bodies large enough to support the kind of atmosphere that would give rise to life. Astrophysicists believe that these asteroids grew from what little matter was left in Cathcart after the formation of its massive star.
- The Cathcart system is an unclaimed planetary system that consists of a class A main sequence star and an asteroid belt. Discovered in 2438 by Human fugitive Adelaide Lorris, who named the system afte...
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- Spider is a habitable space station in the unclaimed Cathcart system. The station was fabricated by squatters from a half-finished platform and hundreds of abandoned spacecraft hulls that were dumped ...
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