Hi all, Thank you for the pleasure of being part of this forum. I'm sorry if this is in the wrong area, please feel free to move this post if it is. I'm in the process of creating a science fiction novel and I need some help please. Very simply, Earth has over time destroyed itself and a group of people are chosen to relocate to a new solar system. I need to have a system that contains 4-6 planets/moons that are habitable for humans to live on. I know its not possible for this to work with a single star solar system, so my thoughts have moved to a binary system. (Please correct me if this is not possible) I would like to also have non habitable planets also to add to the realism of the solar system. The planets/ moons need to be able to support life much the same way as on Earth. I am open to subtle differences though. These planets will not contain any aliens (little grey men), however they can contain alien plant life, native to the planets. I want this to be as scientifically correct as possible. I do realise that there will probably be some sort of 'bending of the rules' needed. I'm happy to take as much advise as you're willing to give in order to make this work. Please can i have only people who know what their talking about. I don't mean to be rude but I've had a lot of people waste my time with this. Those who are directly involved in assisting with this project shall have their names (if desired) included in my 'Thanks' section. Thank you for your time to read this.