Are there any examples in the Star Wars universe of a star system containing more than one planet/moon/whatever capable of supporting life?
- To be "capable of supporting life", the natural ecosystem can support any kind of biological life with little to no technological assistance. Requiring constant technological assistance to breathe within the atmosphere does not count. Being capable of breathing in the atmosphere for a certain length of time, and then needing some technological assistance to recover (like, say, correcting some chemical imbalances from the alien atmosphere) counts.
- Related to above, celestial objects that require an installation to provide an atmosphere do not count.
- Terraformed planets/moons/whatevers count (this is the only exception to the first bullet).
- The life on the planet need not be sentient. If a known planet only consists of vegetation, that's ok.
- The planet need not be capable of supporting human life.
- The examples of biological life should be readily apparent. If you can visibly see the organisms with the naked eye and without scientific analysis, then it counts.
- Life on a planet does not need to inhabit the surface. Cloud City is a good example if the system it resides in meets the rest of the criteria.
- The planets/system need not still exist. The Alderaan system could still count if it satisfies the other criteria.
I'd prefer Disney canon examples, but I strongly suspect the aren't any. So I'll accept examples from Legends that are noted as such.