Description

The Aylothn-Sagittaria Group is a group of galaxies located at the center of the Local Universe with a diameter of 10 million light-years. It is made up of two sub-clusters centered on Aylothn Galaxy and the Via Sagittaria made up of their many satellite galaxies. The Aylothn-Sagittaria Group borders the Telusian Group, Herschel Space, and the Tanta Group.

There are over 100 distinct galactic objects within the Aylothn-Sagittaria Group, many of which are too small to contain naturally-occurring civilizations. The two largest members are the Aylothn and Via Sagittaria galaxy followed by the Zalanthium Galaxy and the Ouranir Galaxy.

By the year 300,000,000,000 CE, all of the cluster's current members will have collided with each other. Forming a large spiral galaxy nicknamed the Aylotarria Galaxy. Any intelligent civilization living in this new galaxy will exist in a universe made up of only one galaxy. If the information from the modern era was lost to them, they would never leave this new galaxy.

Major Members

Aylothn Galaxy

Image Number of Stars Width Controllers Notes
Aylothn.png ~1 Trilllion 141.52 Kly Commonwealth of United Economic Nations The largest of the galaxies in the Aylothn-Sagittaria Group

The Aylothn Galaxy is the largest galaxy in the Aylothn-Sagittaria Group as well as the wider local universe. The galaxy is home to many nations and polities, most notably the Commonwealth of United Economic Nations. Due to the large size of the galaxy, most of it remains untouched, large swathes of it have never had a ship fly through them. This same vastness means the galaxy is filled with life on a scale unseen anywhere else in the Aylothn-Sagittaria Group. There have been thousands of species and civilizations to rise and fall in the galaxy.

Via Sagittaria Galaxy

Image Number of Stars Width Controllers Notes
ViaSagittaria.png 400 Billion 126.09 Kly Confederacy of Borealis The second-largest galaxy in the Aylothn-Sagittaria Group.
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