This system is located at:
R: 53 762,315 / l: 2,420 / b: -0,067
Stoupání 17h 51m 31,928s / Deklinace: -26° 53'49,689''
Metal-rich body (0 to 572 ls), Earth-like world (9 003 to 13 502 ls), Water world (7 382 to 28 590 ls), Ammonia world (18 679 to 50 826 ls), Terraformable (7 012 to 13 991 ls)
38 790 CR
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Madrigor on 10. 4. 2016 3:04:10.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: The Seldowitch Nebula
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A small emission nebula located in the Galactic Aphelion region. It holds a neutron star of 1.88 solar masses in its core. Unfortunately the system holds few other bodies, none of which are landable. The nebula glows in bright spectral lines of hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen, the glow coming from the intense radiation of the neutron star itself and also from several massive stars in the vicinity.
The nebula is named after White Russian physicist and astronomer Jakow Seldowitch, who studied on the effects of cosmic background radiation, a hot universe and the greater cosmic structures, including black holes.
The Seldowitch Nebula is best viewed from a neighboring system.
Astrophotography by Erimus Kamzel