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Geddi Star Naming System

January 15, 2012
by rodenbough

For well over a thousand years the Geddi have used a binary naming system for the stars in their system. The first component is a letter from their alphabet which had evolved from a cuneiform script. There are 37 letters in their alphabet from Ak to Zof.

The second component is the name of the constellation in which the star is found from the perspective of the Geddi home world

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