Okay, here's my thoughts.
Missed players or no, that turn didn't go too bad, but yes, we've got to contain the situation in Tauri and Draco.
Do you think we should just hit the 1st Nordera as hard as we can with our current forces in Hydra and fall back from Draco to avoid destruction by the enemy forces there? Or should we rotate the 3rd DD and one of our fleets from Hydra into Draco, so that we can stall the Hierarchy in Draco for another turn, even if it means having less fleets to attack the 1st Nordera in Hydra with? I'd really like to savage the 1st Nordera with a full three-fleet attack and start wrapping up in Hydra, but the enemy fleets in Draco are simply too powerful to let rampage unchecked.
In the north, I'd say move the 2nd SF into Aldebaran and move the 2nd UGCR or 2nd CRF up into Tauri to attack the 1st Zy and then absorb the Tauri forces' counterattack on their next turn. The 4th SF is well-rested enough to join the 2nd CRF/UGCR in this attack. Hopefully (I haven't done the math), if those two fleets can hit the 1st Zy hard, our two hypothetical fleets can survive the next turn, while having done significant damage to the 1st Zy. Pull the 1st SF out to rest up, of course. That way, we'll still have three strong fleets in Aldebaran to hit the 2nd Zy, and also start hitting the enemy fleets in Tauri. I still think that we need to retake Tauri eventually; that way, we'll be able to hold them at Aldebaran much easier. Hopefully, we should have the fleets available to eventually do that.