I like the official "quasi-canon" map. I should rephrase that: I love the "quasi-canon" map; there is a lot to love.
One of the things that I love is that the stars have specific spectral classes and specific masses. However, giving pairs of stars unequal masses means that they do not share the same orbit. Similar (if the masses are similar) but not the same. If Helios Beta had been given the same mass as Helios Alpha, then they would have to share the same orbit. But having a pair of identical stars might not have been as interesting. TheRichmeister (talk) 01:27, 15 July 2020 (PDT)