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Old May 9th, 2004, 03:54 PM
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I'd like to start useing the jump shadow/masking effects of stars for jumping into systems.

My problem is thus, unless I'm blind I can't see any reference to Star type Diameter's in my copy of either TNE Rules book or World Tamers Handbook.

Could someone please direct me to a source that gives the rough diameters of the star classification types; O B A F G K M .

Something quick and dirty for rough 100D limmits would even do. Say along the lines of O= 0.5 AU, B= 2.8 AU, A= 4 AU
F= 7 AU or whatever... clearly I'm clueless as to this [img]smile.gif[/img]

I basically just want to work out which of a stars orbits would be within it's own 100D limmit.
TNE has each stars inner habitable and outer orbits etc but doesn't show where their 100d's are.
Thanks in advance to all those budding stellar cartographers who I hope will jump all over this

P.S. If it's not breaking anyone's copywrite posting a list right here would be the bees knees.
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ok...so you want your drop zone to be "on" the airfield?
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