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(07-12-2021, 05:40 PM)The Architect post # 963 Wrote:
(07-12-2021, 05:38 PM)The Architect post # 963 Wrote: https://www.orionsarm.com/eg-topic/45b2b27e35ae4
801 - Nova Terra: Erik Atell is killed in crossfire between between the 

Earth is still a shambles

To this end they have believe they have GAIA
The Architect post # 964 

Also in the same article, there is what seems a contradiction:

610 - The remaining Martian ecosystem crashes. Great loss of life, although some refugees escape to surviving orbitals, others to the Belt or the outer solar system. >>>The swarm-ravaged Mars is occupied by Titanite invaders for the next four decades.<<<

But then

622- Refugees in orbit dissolve the Martian Union and establish the Martian Republic.
could delete titanite , and  just keep that vague for now 
those two events could technically happen at the same time - establishing the republic amidst a disaster 


(07-12-2021, 05:50 PM)The Architect post # 965 Wrote: The Architect post # 965


Still in the same article 

621-660 - The Great Expulsion leads to massive emigration of Earth refugees

But then

640 - The expulsion ends, and GAIA dismantles her technological infrastructure and sets (out) to truly restore the planet. The civilizations in space beyond near-earth orbit are apparently ignored
(07-12-2021, 06:08 PM)The Architect post #966 Wrote: Continuing

9th century - A group of about 20 ships form the Spaceman's League.

(what's wrong with this one ?)



these two posts 964, 965, 966 should probably just wait for a whole-article update to be changed 

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(07-12-2021, 09:25 PM)The Architect post #967 Wrote: https://www.orionsarm.com/eg-article/502d136b998e9

drove many into hidding (spelling error, corrected) 
(07-12-2021, 10:51 PM)The Architect post #968 Wrote: The pervasive danger and uncertainty that characterized the period eventually gave way to the stabilizing First Federation

https://www.orionsarm.com/eg-article/502d136b998e9 (spelling error, corrected) 
(07-12-2021, 11:12 PM)The Architect post #969 Wrote: Struggling in the depths of arguably the greatest crisis that humanity had faced (spelling error, corrected) 
https://www.orionsarm.com/eg-article/502d136b998e9

The Martian planetary energy grid is much less extensive than that of Earth (spelling error, corrected) 
https://www.orionsarm.com/eg-article/5017ed84be378
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I thought we've decided to retcon the Titanite occupation of Mars? Even if there's an attack, Danger suggested in the Martian Terraformation thread (I think) that it's very unlikely that Mars is going to lose against the invaders, and I agree on that.
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(07-14-2021, 12:43 AM)Dfleymmes1134 Wrote: Continuing

9th century - A group of about 20 ships form the Spaceman's League.

(what's wrong with this one ?)

Nothing actually, I misread this one
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(07-14-2021, 01:07 AM)The Astronomer Wrote: I thought we've decided to retcon the Titanite occupation of Mars? Even if there's an attack, Danger suggested in the Martian Terraformation thread (I think) that it's very unlikely that Mars is going to lose against the invaders, and I agree on that.

ok I'll delete 'titanite'
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Star too far:

The article https://www.orionsarm.com/eg-article/45f9757b533b6 (Argelander) specifies the imaginary(?) star designation JD 344111-890 and says it's equivalent to TYC 8579-870-1. Unfortunately that star was recently measured to be about 1400 LY away instead of the specified 219 LY.

Presumably a new star should be chosen.
Selden
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Another star too far:

The article https://www.orionsarm.com/eg-article/464f55d50a038 (Fragan Sphere, The) says that the brightest star in its region is HIP 18608, 205 LY from Earth. Unfortunately, recent measurements have placed it about 1100 LY away.

Presumably a new star should be chosen.
Selden
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