By the rules governing travel via Jumpship, this is impossible. Canopus to Alarion staging point Epsilon is by my estimation 25 jumps, by direct path finding, roughly days of recharge alone. New Vandenburg to Romulus staging point Kappa is 34 Jumps, if they cut thru the Hegemony, but they curve around the Hegemony so now 37 Jumps, roughly days of recharge time alone. Alpheratz to Romulus staging point Kappa is 29 Jumps direct, roughly days of recharge alone. But according to the write up, they traveled thru the Fed Suns or hopped thru uncharted systems in the periphery, which would take even longer.
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Historical: Liberation of Terra Volume 2
The product provides the history of the Star League , the sizes, organization and deployment of the Star League Defense Force and member states, top personalities and the earliest campaigns to retake Terra. The first full chapter is The Rise and Fall of the Star League, which details the history of the Star League, including the trials and tribulations that lead to the Amaris Coup. Personalities details the political and military notables involved, either directly or in a supporting role, in the early campaigns. New Combat Units provides game stats for the greatest technological achievement the Star League military ever produced: the Space Defense System and its drone WarShips. Historical: Liberation of Terra, Volume 1 describes the early years of the civil war that would ultimately bring about the final end of the first Star League.
After years of study and research, this effort culminated in Project Lowell , which began in and continued despite the concurrent success of the Deimos Project and access to extrasolar habitable planets. Project Lowell was in many ways a brute force, and massive ignorance, terraforming scheme that crafted a habitable environment by throwing raw comets at Mars, releasing potent greenhouse gases like chlorofluorocarbons, spreading aggressive engineered terraforming microbes and plants like the Arctic Blue Moss, and dealing with the problems of this "from the hip" terraforming later. However, the bulk delivery of water by cometary impact could not be repeated after Project Lowell was declared a success in and humans began settling the world. That settlement was driven by mining companies, because by any Terran seeking a planet to colonize would not willingly select muddy, frigid, ugly Mars when much more attractive worlds were available outside the Terran system.
Historical: Liberation of Terra Volume 1