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Post explaining Jason Fry's intentions for how star systems are named in The Essential Atlas and Online Companion

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The Essential Atlas and Galactic Cartography: Official Discussion on the Jedi Council Forums (Literature board; posted by Senator_Cilghal on September 11, 2009, 5:52pm; accessed February 10, 2013) "okay, I specifically asked Jason. He confirmed that the names in the System column are well-known celestial objects at that location, NOT proper system names; these are not meant to create new system names nor override those from pre-existing EU (ie, the name of Azurbani system has NOT been changed to Kiffex system, nor Ten Tempests system to Vortex system, etc.). He confirmed it was never the intent for there to be systems named after space stations! He commented that the systems of many worlds and stations have never been named, and the Atlas does not change that face [sic], nor did it ever try to establish a system name for every locale."

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