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Hi, I was just wondering what the rest of the good old Sol system is like in the Dark Millenium? I mean, Earth is obvious, Mars is the Ad Mechs throneworld, and one of the moons of Saturn (Titan, I think) serves as a training ground for the grey Knights. But what about everywhere else, the Moon, Venus, etc.?
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Either destroyed, uninhabitable, terraformed or otherwise used. The Moon (Luna) is a military base and serves as the defence platform for much of Terra, as well as serving as a research facility during the Great Crusade, used for producing Space Marines.
Any world with a solid ground beneath it would have, by now, been inhabitated and probably heavily fortified, and the gas giants would have been surrounded by space stations and, as you said, had their moons used for a variety of purposes.
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Titan where the Grey Knights train is one of Saturn's moons.
Ganymede also supported an human population at one point before it got turned into Resident Evil 40k style.
Presumably Mars's moons are Terraformed too along with some other moons, would be surprised if there was nothing on Europa since its closer to Earth than a lot of the Solar System.