Regulus Edit

I didn't know about Regulus=Alpha Leonis. Maybe delete this article again and include this information in the Regulan system article? Kennelly 16:15, 28 Jan 2005 (CET)

one should probably be a redirect to the other system article -- was the "Regulan system" ever explicitly mentioned? If not, would Alpha Leonis system be the more commonly used term? -- Captain Mike K. Bartel 21:24, 28 Jan 2005 (CET)

Removed Edit

  • According to astronomical estimates, Regulus is only a few tens of millions of years old. Therefore it is highly unlikely that any of the lifeforms within the Regulan system are indigenous. Rather it seems more likely that they were transplanted by later (probably Human or Vulcan) colonists.

Speculative. — Morder (talk) 23:04, January 20, 2010 (UTC)

PNA inaccurate Edit

This article mentions "Regulan system" as an alternate name. The validity of this second name has been questioned years ago, and that request has never been properly answered. "Regulan" can not be found in the transcript of "Fascination" (and, according to claims on MA/de, nowhere else either). If this only refers to Regulan bloodworm, can we be sure that this is a lifeform native to some planet around Regulus - or could it be from somewhere else (there's Regula, after all)? Last but not least, can we be sure that all of the planets are located in the Alpha Leonis system? -- Cid Highwind 20:06, January 5, 2011 (UTC)

Removed #2Edit

On page 41, the author identified two systems named Deneb. These systems' alternate names were Deneb Kaitos and Alpha Cygni. The appearance of Deneb IV, from page 34, doesn't match the appearance of Deneb Kaitos IV on page 41. Therefore, Deneb IV was a planet in the Alpha Cygni system. It was apparent that the author misidentified the system (Alpha Leonis = Alpha Cygni).

Removed due to the fact that it's nitpicking the book. -- sulfur (talk) 15:18, July 5, 2012 (UTC)