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The Ferron system is a single star system made up off an F-type main-sequence star with five planets in its orbit and it also has three jump points near the star. All planets except for Ferron IV are inside the system's green band.

For centuries, this four-planet system was an economic powerhouse thanks to Asura (Ferron III). The planet's vast deposits of rare minerals built a prosperous system. Once Asura's minerals were depleted, the system became a shell of its former self. People and buinesses moved away and left the planet plaqued by poverty and widespread industrial pollution. Unfortunately, Ferron's other three planets offered little to elevate the system's status.

–ARK Starmap

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In 2791 near the end of the Messer Erra, an inhabited moon in the Ferron system played host to a large settlement of ex-patriots hoping to escape the chaos of the crumbling empire. Bomber Squadron 78 was tasked with destroying the settlement suspected of being the hiding place of radicalized rebels. The squadron refused to bomb the settlement, saving the inhabitants, and spent the next 18 months in the stockade until being freed and hailed as heroes by the new government.[1][2]

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Ferron I

Ferron II

Asura

Ferron IV

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  1. robertsspaceindustries.com "Portfolio: 78th Squadron". Retrieved July 16, 2021.
  2. robertsspaceindustries.com "News Update: Congress Now". Retrieved July 16, 2021.
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