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Current exploration of the Stanton system has revealed that the Stanton star is not located at the Stanton QT marker, which is also the Stanton system origin (0,0,0). Instead, it is located 3.2 million km from the Stanton QT marker above the ecliptic plane[map].
Due to its distance above the ecliptic plane and no available QT marker near the Stanton star object, it is effectively "off-grid" to players in the persistent universe.
Besides the star providing the light source for the Stanton system, not much is known about the star other than it has a radius of 696,000 km or a diameter of 1.392 million km. This has been tentatively confirmed through angular measurements from Hurston OM-1, Crusader OM-1, and microTech OM-1.
It is unknown whether the star is a physical 3D object like the planets and moons or simply a 2D light source. The only known mechanism that could prevent accomplishing the mission to reach the star physically is the existence of a kill-radius value similar to the kill-radius value for Crusader. No kill-value has been observed within the exact data for the star object.