Okay but "the Vasudan foothold on Vasuda Prime" is prima facie, and without context, dumb.
d) That's a problem for an Editor to catch - not just the writer. If you don't have an editor, and the writer is also doing a different job, you of course wind up with suboptimal results. But that's not an issue with the writing per se but with work organisation at the studio.
Unless your 'editor' is a joke, fails to spot any errors you made AND adds errors where there were none any to start with. I had this with the first two articles in my three-parter over at Vocal Media. (It's the hit piece about how implausible / boring popular 'humans with bumpy heads aliens' are.)
The, editor for, the, first article had a, thing, for commas so put, them where, they, were not, needed.
The second one sentence the structure altered makes sense it didn't so.
Apparently they were 'training their moderators'. At least they fixed it quickly after I kicked off