Scheau Phoe NB-M c24-7 (Sapphire Veil) [#1998736821970]
This system is located at:
R: 7 537,626 / l: 132,745 / b: -0,435
Stoupání 2h 13m 24,010s / Deklinace: 60° 51'55,427''
Metal-rich body (2 to 21 ls), Earth-like world (331 to 496 ls), Water world (271 to 1 050 ls), Ammonia world (686 to 1 867 ls), Terraformable (258 to 514 ls)
183 134 CR
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Lyneira.
It was named by the Galactic Mapping Project with the name of: Sapphire Veil
274 ships passed through Scheau Phoe NB-M c24-7 space, including 0 ship in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through Scheau Phoe NB-M c24-7 space in the last 24 hours.
Note: This description exists for historical purposes, as this feature no longer exists.
11 A of this system is an icy white and blue moon orbiting its parent gas giant so closely that it is touching the gas giant's rings. The polar regions offer a stunning view of the gas giant and its rings stretched out before you as if they were an extension of the planet surface. Near the equator the rings appear to hang over the planet like a veil and if you get close enough you can watch the ice chunks whizz by. Because the moon has some axial tilt, the rings will move north and south over the surface. Passing through the rings while on the planet surface appears to be completely safe and provides a very unique view of the ring's dusty fog enveloping you, while the approaching ice chunks seem to leave an empty bubble around you.
Video Link : Sapphire Veil