Zempala is a white main sequence star orbiting on the other side of the Milky Way Galaxy. Despite being a loner star, Zempala has 9 orbiting planets. Two of those planets are starting to develop life. The entire system is a mere 515 million years old.
The Zempala system was discovered in the early 21st century by the James Webb Space Telescope. Following observations by the JWST proved the existence of water on two of its planets.
Zempala is an F-Class main sequence star. It is a relative newborn, only having started nuclear fusion 500-600 million years prior to the 21st century.
Zempala has 7 orbiting planets. Two of the outermost reside in the star's habitable zone and are a little over 500 million years old. Each have surfaces covered in nearly equal quantities of water and silicate-based land masses. These planets have atmospheres ranging from 50%-170% the density of Earth's air. Because of their age, both of Zempala's E-Class planets do not host life yet.
The Zempala system also has a few bands of asteroids left over from the system's formation.