Tau 37 is a strange place. It rests at the northern tip of the Barrier Nebula, a pillar of ice and dust that defines western Edge Worlds of Sirius. The system's main features are the two ice fields at its northern & southern quadrants, and its unique solar arrangement. When out in the open, the scenery resembles a strange blue sky and "below" you is all white. The system's "primary" sun (that occupies its center), is a blue dwarf star with rings. Its sister star, a Medium Yellow, lies far above the solar plane yet is almost directly above the Dwarf. The Medium Yellow looks like a sun in a blue sky. The way this odd couple is portrayed on the star chart, and the Dwarf's unusual brightness, give the impression that the two stars are very close together, however they are not. Unusual, though is the presence of an "Object Unknown", apparently at the center of the dwarf star, the nature and effect of this object is, as one may expect, unknown as it is impossible to observe due to its proximity to the Star.