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Where is Lylat, exactly?; A thread related to the astrogeography of the Lylat System and its context.
Topic Started: Aug 8 2012, 08:19 AM (453 Views)
Four-eyed Vulpine
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I've read somewhere that the Lylat System is located near the center of the Milky Way galaxy, though other sources mention that its location is unknown or that it is in an unknown galaxy.

In addition, I've also wondered if the Star Fox team has ever ventured into other systems besides Lylat in any of its media (games, comics, etc.).

If anyone has any input on these musings, please share.
 
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Yeah, that's where I heard about it, too. We probably won't be finding it anytime soon though with our current exoplanet efforts:

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The Lylat-Solar binary system would likely be somewhere within the middle circle around the galactic center, far away from our current focus. It's also entirely possible for it to lie on the opposite side of the galactic center from us, making it nigh impossible for us to observe directly.

 
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Well, the guess at Lylat's location (if it exists) could always be way off.

Heck, it could even be lying within our current exoplanet search radius, given that we're just now able to detect Earth-sized exoplanets, but barely.
Even then, you can just forget about us being able to detect Falco's obscene yard decorations.
*facepaw*
 
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