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The Serathrace sector was located in the Slice portion of the Expansion Region.[1] By 0 ABY, it bordered the Belasco sector Coreward, the Tolemses sector Rimward, and the Axion sector spinward. The sector also formed a four-way border with the Askarian sector, the Hangshan sector, and the Harron Marches at its trailing edge.[3] The Serathrace sector contained the Batravia system,[2] which was the origin point of Batravian gumpluckers.[4][5]

Behind the scenes[]

The Serathrace sector was established in the StarWars.com Online Companion to the 2009 reference book The Essential Atlas.[2] The sector was depicted on a map designed by Modi and published in the 2012 StarWars.com article "Essential Atlas Extra: Expansion Region."[3]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 StarWars.com Essential Atlas Extra: Expansion Region on StarWars.com (backup link) places the Serathrace sector in the Expansion Region, between the super-hyperroutes The Essential Atlas identifies as the Corellian Run and the Perlemian Trade Route. The Essential Atlas also places that part of the Expansion Region in the Slice.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 StarWars.com Star Wars: The Essential Atlas Online Companion on StarWars.com (article) (backup link)
  3. 3.0 3.1 StarWars.com Essential Atlas Extra: Expansion Region on StarWars.com (backup link)
  4. Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor
  5. The Essential Atlas and Galactic Cartography: Official Discussion on the Jedi Council Forums (Literature board; posted by jasonfry on December 11, 2007, 7:59am; accessed March 6, 2016) "I wouldn't get your hopes up re alien homeworlds, beyond simple stuff like the Planetnamian species getting a Planetnamia on the map or things Dan and I can account for with a relatively quick reference." (backup link) Jason Fry, co-author of The Essential Atlas, stated his intention to create homeworlds for numerous species based on context implied from their names. Given this principle, this article makes a similar basic assumption for Batravian gumpluckers in relation to the Batravia system.
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