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The '''Orion system''', a star system originally designated by human astronomers as [[wikipedia:Ross 614|Ross 614 B]]<ref>[[The Official Guide to Babylon 5 (CD ROM)]]</ref> located in [[Sectors_of_Known_Space#Sectors_200-499|Sector 452]], also called the Orion Sector. It is a part of the [[Earth Alliance]] and home to [[Earth Colony 3]]. There are at least seven planets in the system, two of which are officially inhabited<ref>[[Survivors]]</ref><ref>[[Severed Dreams]]</ref>
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The '''Orion system''', a star system originally designated by human astronomers as [[wikipedia:Ross 614|Ross 614 B]]<ref>[[The Official Guide to Babylon 5 (CD ROM)]]</ref> located in [[Sectors_of_Known_Space#Sectors_200-499|Sector 452]], also called the Orion Sector. It is a part of the [[Earth Alliance]] and home to [[Earth Colony 3]], and is located 13.36 light years from [[Earth]].<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ross_614 Ross 614] at Wikipedia</ref> There are at least seven planets in the system, two of which are officially inhabited<ref>[[Survivors]]</ref><ref>[[Severed Dreams]]</ref>
   
 
==Notable Locations==
 
==Notable Locations==

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The Orion system, a star system originally designated by human astronomers as Ross 614 B[1] located in Sector 452, also called the Orion Sector. It is a part of the Earth Alliance and home to Earth Colony 3, and is located 13.36 light years from Earth.[2] There are at least seven planets in the system, two of which are officially inhabited[3][4]

Notable Locations

Note

Captain Gideon stated that Theta 49 is in the Orion Sector, without specifying its star system. Eilerson responded "Orion System... Theta 49... looks incredibly dull." It's unconfirmed whether Theta 49 is in fact in the Orion System within Orion Sector, or if Eilerson misspoke.[6]

References

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