The Trayn Stellar Classification System, or simply the Stellar Classification System to the Trayn, is the system used by the Trayn Collective to classify objects in the universe. A Stellar Object is a star or a star-based formation, such as a galaxy. Black holes and nebulae also fall into this category. An Orbital Object is a moon or planet. After their category, objects will have their number. 1 is always the closest or first discovered object, such as Tiren, Ceros, or the Verion Nebula.
Stellar Objects (SO)Edit
A galaxy. Ceros is SO-G-1, and its unnamed satellite galaxy is SO-G-1-1.
A globular cluster. The Verion Cluster is SO-GC-1.
A general star cluster.
Nebulae. The Verion Nebula is SO-N-1.
A black hole.
A Binary Star System. Tirus is SO-BSS-1.
Orbital Objects (OO)Edit
A planet. Tiren is OO-P-1.
A moon. Tiren's moons are OO-M-1 to OO-M-4.
An asteroid belt.
A dwarf planet.