Moroyanga, Ashak (818-881)

An Imperial physicist, Moroyanga is today known both for his eccentricity and his dubious breakthroughs in temporal physics.

While employed at the Jumpspace Institute at Deneb (1925 Deneb) in his early thirties, Moroyanga became convinced that the fundamental concepts of time were hidden within the principles governing jumpspace.  He dedicated his life to discovering those concepts and their applications.

Moroyanga died under mysterious circumstances in 881 while involved in classified work for the Imperial Navy.  A closed hearing dismissed foul play as the cause, but rumors of Moroyanga's assassination still circulate.

Although Moroyanga's research was purely hypothetical, the sector government was intrigued with its potential - Research Station Zeta at Pashus (1432 Deneb A2324554) was opened in 885 to continue Moroyanga's work.

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