- "I have the death sentence on twelve systems."
- ―Cornelius Evazan
The galactic standard approach to naming star systems was to base the name off the central star or planet.
There are seven billion one hundred million stars in the known galaxy, with approximately three billion two hundred million habitable star systems. Only about a billion of these systems have life. Only sixty-nine million of those systems meet population requirements for Imperial representation. All star systems are given coordinates that are used by navicomputers to permit space travel.
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- Star Wars: Darth Plagueis (Mentioned only)
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