In those 8 trips here's how they ended up.
Stopped at the one yard line.
Panthers were able to move the ball well, but GB came up big and made plays when it mattered.
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I am trying to put together a more realistic basis for space "owned", in a sense, by a star and its system for a novel.
Based on input from this reddit thread, I broke space volumes into categories based on equivalent seafaring terms that I believe may prove viable for the setting and plot of the book:
Option 1: Gravitational Limits Originally I thought about gravity extents but that doesn't work for some cases. Using our own system as an example, the "territory" would extend to where the Sun's gravitation pull is no longer relevant. If that is the case it could be up to or greater than a sphere 2.5 light years in radius. The nearest star is just over 4 ly away but say, as another example, that star had a pull that is greater than 4 ly. The "territory" would overlap which would not necessarily work out.
Option 2: Solar Shock Volume So the other options is material or radiation changes . So within the terminal shock or within the heliopause. These can be defined at any given time however depending on the solar activity and interaction with the galactic streams it could change quite a bit kind of like how Earth's magnetic fields change depending on how the solar wind and solar activity affects it.
Option 3: Orbiting Bodies Another thought was using the orbiting bodies as a baseline instead of the star. So either taking the distance to the furthest "significant" orbiting bo... keep reading on reddit ➡
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