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1. In Our Galaxy

S2 Mini-Pod-1 KalaZo Star Cluster

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The KalaZo Star Cluster

Located a few hundred light years from your planet earth is a collection of stars that offers a haven of astonishing wonders.  Perhaps 1,000 suns are within this star cluster, traveling through the galaxy bound together by cosmic forces.

Each star carries its own set of planets, residing in a neighborhood of multiple solar systems.  Every planet within this Star Cluster has a dazzling night sky…one much more closely populated than the night sky of your own home world.  These stars are part of a Celestial Family, billions of years old. 

The Original Creator favored this star cluster, blessing it with optimal opportunities for life to exist.  Within this star cluster are found planets and moons circling the habitable zone, some harboring unique and astonishing forms of life. 

Located outside each solar habitation zone, are a sweeping collection of mythical moons. Some, just like within your own star system, offer hideaways of subterranean oceans filled with exotic species.

Other planetoids in the solar zone are sanctuaries to botanical gardens of Eden.  Some star systems even have Jurassic water worlds. 

Fascinating possibilities abound.

The KalaZo Star Cluster is home to one Majestic Adventure after another.

 

A Distinctive Trinary Star System

The Original Creator smiled favorably on one particular trinary star system that lies within The KalaZo Star Cluster.  Our star system has two yellow suns relatively close together, [known as a visual binary star system by itself].

A fascinating reality about being part of a binary star system is that half the year the sky is dark blue because of the position of the two suns.

SoVran and MiThoz, are what we call our first two suns. They are separated by a distance of about 23 Astronomical Units, slightly greater than the distance between the planet Uranus and your own Star. 

SoVran is the first of three stars that graces our sky. SoVran is known as a yellow class G star. It fuses hydrogen into helium to generate it’s power source.

SoVran has a sister star in MiThoz. During the pairs 89 year orbit around a common center, the distance between them varies from 10 to 35 AU’s pulling their home planets along in the process.

Our third sister star is TeLios, a small red dwarf sun that resides in the outer reaches of our Trinary star system.  It is a relatively cool and faint star, approximately one tenth the mass and diameter of  SoVran or approximately 30% larger than the planet Jupiter.  It takes over 900 years for TeLios and her planets to orbit both SoVraan and MiThoz.

 Imagine if you will…  Three solar systems within one light year of each other!   

Three suns sharing orbits. They are the mothers of our creation. We call them The Three Sisters.

What makes this star system even more extraordinary, is the 4th planet that circles one of the trinary stars, is in a perfect solar zone where life not only exist, but is home to an advanced civilization, only slightly older than your own civilization.

We call our home world DianToz. Because our people of Diantoz are a part of this astounding star cluster, the night sky on our planet is an awe inspiring sight to behold.  

Many a young child on DianToz will look up at the stunning night sky reciting nursery rhymes about our ‘Cousin Stars “ in the sky.          

DianToz is also home to The Alpha Religion…

 

Solar Cousins in The Sky

Our planet is part of an extraordinary collection of stars which is known to our people as The KalaZo.

An astounding fact about sharing space in a star cluster is how large many of our solar cousins appear in our night sky.

Many prominent stars in the KalaZo are visual binary systems which makes for fascinating star gazing.

Our third star is far brighter than any star you have in your own night sky.

On DianToz, We have day, we have night, and sometimes we have a period of time that is neither day nor night which we call Mitho (which means between the suns). Our solar years are similar to yours though somewhat shorter in length.

Our world is about one and a half times the size of your planet. and is the fourth planet from our home star SovRan, the closest of the three Suns to us.

Our climate once became ravaged because of our greed, but is now finally healthy again. Our vegetation and forest grow strong.

We live in relative peace within our species and are now on a transpiring and compelling journey to immortality and the stars…