Ixan A is the star that holds the entire Ixan Binary system together. Its mass is 1,532 jupiters, or 1.4474417 suns, and emits 2.59x the luminosity of the Sun. There is one asteroid belt, one star, and eight planets that orbit the star.
Over 96% of all the comets that orbit Ixan have been destroyed due to Ixan B orbiting Ixan A, which caused water amounts to be low overall. This means that any planet that falls nearly within the habitable zone will have small oceans, and maybe even no life at all.
There are eight planets that circle Ixan A, and two dwarf planets. From the center outwards, they are: Ixan b, c, d, e, f, g, h, and i.