The Jingley System is a binary star system located in the Ambrosia Core region of the Ambrosia Galaxy. It served as the capital and home system of the Holden species, the Kingdom of Acorna, and the Kingdom of Uniphara.
The Jingley System once stood among the most important star systems within the intragalactic political sphere of Ambrosia during the early to late Etymology Era, as it served as the capital and home system of the Holden species, which themselves stood as one of the most important species among the infinite list that made up the aforementioned ancient superpower.
Each celestial body of the Jingley System was filled to the brim with many large structures, populated by trillions of individuals, mostly Holden though some other Etymology member species made their homes in select planets and moons. The most populace and important world of the star system was Tharvus Ruver, home planet of the Holden.
Its respective worlds would be burned alongside the rest of the Etymology during the faithful Red Galaxy Event in 604,000,000 BCE, instantly killing each and every living creature that inhabited its many worlds, leaving them all a barren waste.
Jingley (A) is an average sized, red dwarf star that serves as the smaller companion member of the barycenter formed by the two red dwarves of the Jingley star system. It is a fairly young for a red dwarf star, only forming around the year 3,493,000,000 BCE, with a spectrum of M34.V and has a mean diameter of around 224,485 kilometers. It luminosity is fairly low, only shining with a stellar brightness of around 0.00016047 mag and has a fairly inactive stellar core, only having coronal mass ejections in very rare instances. It was the parent star of three of the respective nine planets of the Jingley System, Nephera, Tharvus Ruver nad Pheraic, with the second being the most notable due to its former status as home world and capital of the Holden species. Thanks to this, Jingley (A) would be the first star that would hold a Dyson Swarm built by the Holden, a process the aforementioned species would make quite the habit of. Along with this, select orbital colonies were built across the star, each holding millions of individuals.
Like its companion star, Jingley (B) is a fairly averaged sized red dwarf star that serves as the larger and more dominant member of the barycenter the two sister-stars form. Sharing many things in common with its sister star, Jingley (B) such as age, diameter and spectrum, it is almost an exact mirror image of its sister, however small differences are known, such as previously mentioned, Jingley (B) is the larger of the two, having a mean diameter of around 239,053 kilometers, as well as a luminosity of around 0.0014007 stellar brightness, and a spectrum of M4.V4. It's stellar activity is also almost an exact mirror of that of its sister star, only experiencing events such as coronial mass ejections very rarely.
Jingley (B) serves as the parent star of four of the nine planets that make up the Jingley star system. In order they are; Boliiny, Rolato, Aquindonia and Wavmasa respectively. Along with this, it would also serve as the body in which numerous power gathering satellites would be constructed to create a second respective Holden Dyson Swarm, allowing the species to gain access to nearly infinite amounts of energy for their respective colony worlds in the Jingley System. As well, several large orbital colonies would be constructed in orbit around the star, allowing for millions of individual Holden to make their respective homes across its gravitational influence.
Nephera is the first planet of the Jingley System, it is a warm ice diminutive world, with a small diameter of only 14,609 kilometers across. Nephera orbits in very close proximity to its parent star of Jingley (A), with its closest approach to the aforementioned star taking it only 3,034,281 kilometers away from its surface. Despite this however, it is fairly temperate for a world located so close to its parent star, only having a classification of "warm" and a temperature of around one hundred a sixty degrees Celsius.