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BlueWarningTriangle.png This page has been retired but kept for historical or other reasons, The information on this page may be incorrect, out of date or just not relevant to this version of Discovery. It should not be taken as canon nor any authority on the current version of Discovery. It is kept simply to show some history of the Discovery Mod:
Removed in 4.90.2. Bases/Planets moved (Foster Base to Kepler; Attica Station & The Nonsense Factory to Galileo) or removed (Gonzales Station).

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BlueWarningTriangle.png A lot of these system pages are outdated, Space's nav map may be better.
Cassini System

Rumoured to be the home to the Rogue higher-ups, Cassini is a remote system located in the Independent worlds. A home to both Liberty Rogues, Junkers, Lane Hackers and even such rare visitors as Outcasts and Kusari unlawfuls, Cassini is one of the last retreat points for the Rogues if their bases within Liberty are overrun. Heavy defenses keep the system more or less calm, however rumors persist of a hidden Xeno outpost, but nothing is seen apart from the occasional patrol. Foster Base was long ago abandoned by Deep Space Engineering, and is now a ramshackle outpost run by the Junkers

System Navmaps

System Overview

Local factions

None known

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Planet Sausalito

None known

Areas of Interest

Cealez Cloud

The Cealez cloud is a stunning cloud that sits far from the main plane of the system, a constant reminder that there are reasons to explore...

Soelez Cloud

The Soelez cloud is a mass of dust and particles that form a far off picture.

Asteroid Fields

Marshall Asteroid field

The Marshall asteroid field is a coagulation of asteroids of various sizes and shapes, all caught in orbit of the massive sun in the Cassini system. Pilots have been known to test their courage by flying through the field at full speed... this is not advised.

Casey Asteroid field

The Casey asteroid field orbits the sun in the Cassini system, far above the plane of the system, the silent opposite to the Marshall asteroid field.

Jump Gates/Holes