Crab Sector DL-Y d9 (Station X) [#1751747]

Informace o systému

Příslušnost

Nezávislý

Státní zřízení

Demokracie

Ekonomika:

Extraction

Úroveň zabezpečení

Medium

 

Populace:

10 000

Kontrolující frakce:

41st Expeditionary Legion (Žádný)

Souřadnice

Tento systém se nachází v: 559.625 / -708.0625 / -6947.5625

Galaktické souřadnice R: 7 005,937 / l: 184,605 / b: -5,801
Rovníkové koordináty: Stoupání 5h 34m 34,982s / Deklinace: 21° 57'56,454''


Obyvatelná zóna:
Metal-rich body (3 to 32 ls), Earth-like world (508 to 762 ls), Water world (417 to 1 614 ls), Ammonia world (1 055 to 2 870 ls), Terraformable (396 to 790 ls)

Předpokládaná hodnota: 5 850 CR

Záznam letu

Tento systém byl prvně objeven pro EDSM komandérem Alkibiades.

It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Station X

603 ships passed through Crab Sector DL-Y d9 space, including 3 ships in the last 7 days.

2 ships passed through Crab Sector DL-Y d9 space in the last 24 hours.

Breakdown:
Diamondback Explorer - 1
Krait MkII - 1

Frakce
41st Expeditionary Legion (None) 99,000 %
Crab Operations Syndicate (None) 1,000 %

The Crab Pulsar at the heart of the Crab Nebula was one of the first pulsars that mankind ever discovered, back in the 20th century, by Jocelyn Bell Burnell (who had also discovered the LGM-1 pulsar a year earlier). Though her contribution was recognised by her peers, it wasn't this discovery that earned her the Nobel Prize.

Although the nebula that surrounds it is small it is one of the most beautiful and intriguing, so it is no surprise that people would want to set up home here. The Crab Operations Syndicate have made this system their home and it boasts stunning views of the nebula as well as a safe place to rest. Though make sure you ask for somewhere to stay nicely, as the station crew are said to be somewhat short tempered.

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