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This article is about the Deep Core. You may be looking for the Galactic Core, also known as the "Core Worlds".
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The Deep Core (also known as the Deep Galactic Core) was a small region in the galaxy, about seven thousand light years across, that hid unusual worlds. The Deep Core was home to some thirty billion of the galaxy's oldest stars, and at its center was a massive black hole surrounded by antimatter and dense clusters where stars were only a hundredth of a light year apart. In some areas they were in such close proximity, stars would collide and rip the cores from each other. Due to the gravitational pull of the vast number of stars, local space-time was severely warped, making hyperspace travel difficult at best. The region was thought to be inaccessible until Emperor Palpatine found several safe hyperlanes into the region, such as the Deep Core Run. The area remained an Imperial stronghold almost twenty years after the Battle of Endor. During the Yuuzhan Vong Invasion, Leia Organa Solo planned a trap for the aliens, drawing them into the difficult-to-navigate region.

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Star Wars Fanon

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The Deep Core was a region of the galaxy with worlds that were said to have been very well hidden. Many of these worlds belonged to the Trade Federation shipping cartel.

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This article uses material from the "Deep Core" article on the Star Wars Fanon wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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