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'''Persephone''' was a [[planet]] orbiting the [[protostar]] [[Lux (protostar)|Lux]] in the [[White Sun system]]. It was under the rule of the [[Union of Allied Planets|Anglo-Sino Alliance]]. Closer to the [[Border planets|border worlds]] than [[Sihnon]] or [[Londinium]], Persephone, while considered a civilized planet by Alliance standards, was still home to a large slum population. Therefore, one could find both the pinnacle of high society and the depths of the criminal underworld amidst the planet's famously tiered societal structure.
 
'''Persephone''' was a [[planet]] orbiting the [[protostar]] [[Lux (protostar)|Lux]] in the [[White Sun system]]. It was under the rule of the [[Union of Allied Planets|Anglo-Sino Alliance]]. Closer to the [[Border planets|border worlds]] than [[Sihnon]] or [[Londinium]], Persephone, while considered a civilized planet by Alliance standards, was still home to a large slum population. Therefore, one could find both the pinnacle of high society and the depths of the criminal underworld amidst the planet's famously tiered societal structure.
   
The [[Eavesdown Docks]] were located here, as well [[Badger]]'s base of operations. [[Derrial Book|Shepherd Derrial Book]] had been living on Persephone at the [[Southdown Abbey]].
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The [[Eavesdown Docks]] were located here, as well [[Badger]]'s base of operations. Shepherd [[Derrial Book]] had been living on Persephone at the [[Southdown Abbey]].
   
 
[[Simon Tam]] and [[River Tam]], Shepherd Book, and [[Lawrence Dobson]] were picked up here.<ref name="Serenity">{{Firefly|Serenity (episode)|Serenity}}</ref> The planet was also the site of a swordfighting duel between Malcolm Reynolds and [[Atherton Wing]].<ref name="Shindig">{{Firefly|Shindig}}</ref> Persephone's name came from Greek mythology as the name of a goddess associated with the spring and vegetation, who was also the "Queen of the Underworld".
 
[[Simon Tam]] and [[River Tam]], Shepherd Book, and [[Lawrence Dobson]] were picked up here.<ref name="Serenity">{{Firefly|Serenity (episode)|Serenity}}</ref> The planet was also the site of a swordfighting duel between Malcolm Reynolds and [[Atherton Wing]].<ref name="Shindig">{{Firefly|Shindig}}</ref> Persephone's name came from Greek mythology as the name of a goddess associated with the spring and vegetation, who was also the "Queen of the Underworld".
   
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==Gallery==
 
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File:EavesdownDocks-SerenityEp.png|The Eavesdown docks
 
File:EavesdownDocks-SerenityEp.png|The Eavesdown docks

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name
Planet information
Sun orbited

Lux[1]

Moons
Date terraformed

2308[1]

Diameter

14,613km[1]

Mass

8.096x1021 tonnes[1]

Gravity

1.0300G[1]

Orbital position

1[1]

Orbital distance

5,495,784km[1]

Orbital periods

121 days[1]

Region

Central planets[2]

Cities and towns
Population

2,570,000,000[1]

Affiliation

Anglo-Sino Alliance

Persephone was a planet orbiting the protostar Lux in the White Sun system. It was under the rule of the Anglo-Sino Alliance. Closer to the border worlds than Sihnon or Londinium, Persephone, while considered a civilized planet by Alliance standards, was still home to a large slum population. Therefore, one could find both the pinnacle of high society and the depths of the criminal underworld amidst the planet's famously tiered societal structure.

The Eavesdown Docks were located here, as well Badger's base of operations. Shepherd Derrial Book had been living on Persephone at the Southdown Abbey.

Simon Tam and River Tam, Shepherd Book, and Lawrence Dobson were picked up here.[3] The planet was also the site of a swordfighting duel between Malcolm Reynolds and Atherton Wing.[4] Persephone's name came from Greek mythology as the name of a goddess associated with the spring and vegetation, who was also the "Queen of the Underworld".

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Sources

Notes and references

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