System data is based on Elminster's Universe Generator output.

Here's an example system:

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`156 Type: Single Star System `

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Primary: White Star

Radius LM: 2tl Brg: 2 Type: V Mass: 2 REI: N HI: 3

mH/3/2/R

Radius LM: 7 Brg: 11 Type: V Mass: 2 REI: R HI: 7

Radius LM: 12 Brg: 7 Type: T Mass: 2 REI: P HI: 4

mB/4/2/N

Radius LM: 22 Brg: 6 Type: B Mass: 1 REI: VR HI: 7

mB/6/3tl/N

Radius LM: 42 Brg: 11 Type: G Mass: 3 REI: VR HI: 2

mB/6/4/N mB/6/14/VR mB/1/20/N mB/2/27/N

Radius LM: 82 Brg: 10 Type: G Mass: 2 REI: N HI: 2

mB/4/4/N mB/5/9/N mB/3/13/R

Radius LM: 162 Brg: 4 Type: I Mass: 2 REI: R HI: 3

mF/3/3/R mF/4/4/R mF/2/8/R mF/2/11/R mF/5/14/VR

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Warppoints

Number Type Capacity Bearing Distance Visibility Destination

1 C 36 9 15+3 (180) Open 158

2 C 36 12 7+1 (84) Concealed 162

3 C 36 2 15+4 (180) Concealed 165

4 D 43 12 28+10 (336) Hidden 154

5 C 36 4 23+3 (276) Secret 155

At the top is the system ID, general system type, and special effect

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`156 Type: Single Star System`

There's a section for each stellar component, and then planet and moon listings

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`Radius LM: 42 Brg: 11 Type: G Mass: 3 REI: VR HI: 2`

mB/6/4/N mB/6/14/VR mB/1/20/N mB/2/27/N

This planet orbits at 42 light minutes (or 4 sH), and is on the 11 radian (on a 1-12 clock face). It is a type G planet of mass 3, is Very Rich, and has a Habitability Index of 2.

The second line is its moons (and this line is blank if there are no moons), listed from inner to outer. Each moon entry is Type / Bearing (1-6) / Distance (tH) / REI. The first moon is an mB orbiting at 4 tH and on the 6 radian of a 1-6 scattergram (double this number to get the clock face radian, so this moon is at 12 o'clock). It is Very Rich. Moons are all mass 0, and so this is not listed, and have no HI.

Tidelocks for planets and moons are both noted as "tl" with the orbital radius.

Finally, there's a section for warp points:

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` 3 C 36 2 15+4 (180) Concealed 165`

This is WP #3 (which is arbitrary). It is a type C / size 36 HS WP. It is on the 2 radian. The

x+y distance is for the W8.02 WP placement optional rule: the first number is the distance from the primary in sH, and the second number is the distance offset from the radian at that radius in a clockwise direction. This WP is 15 sH from the primary along the 2 radian, and then 4 sH clockwise of that point (still 15 sH from the primary). The number in parentheses is distance in LM, useful for checking to see if it reduced a planet to an asteroid belt. This WP is of Concealed visibility and connects to System #165.