This system is located at:
R: 20.782,879 / l: 30,830 / b: 1,714
Rektaszension 18h 41m 30,102s / Deklination: -1° 5'18,469''
Metal-rich body (2 to 50 ls), Earth-like world (784 to 1.176 ls), Water world (643 to 2.491 ls), Ammonia world (1.627 to 4.428 ls), Terraformable (611 to 1.219 ls)
This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Finwen on 27.04.2016 12:53:16.
Es wurde vom "Galactic Mapping Project" benannt als: Bonfire Nebula
55 ships passed through Oephaif RJ-G d11-408 space, including 2 ships in the last 7 days.
0 ship passed through Oephaif RJ-G d11-408 space in the last 24 hours.
Like any good bonfire at a festival, this huge nebula can be seen from a very long distance away and provides a spectacular backdrop and a beacon to navigate in the region. Its interior is densely packed with stars and home to a sky full of red and orange colours, with the bright Galactic Core obscured from sight.
This nebula is a treasure trove with a verity of systems worth spending time exploring. This particular system is a waypoint for the Sagittarius-Carina Mission. Traveling through this waypoint system in one of the brightest spots of the nebula is pretty breathtaking and worth the 3000 ls journey to the landing site. This is a releatively low g world with lots of craters for the more daring SRV-pilot, and the surrounding systems have plenty to keep the cartographers and prospectors occupied.
Landing site : Fawkes Retreat