CD-43 9005 (Retina Nebula) [#10880191043]


This system is located at: 1867.96875 / 811.78125 / 2202.625

Galaktische Koordinaten: R: 2.999,975 / l: 319,700 / b: 15,700
Äquatoriale Koordinaten: Rektaszension 14h 22m 35,062s / Deklination: -44° 11'3,355''

Reserve: Unberührt

Habitable Zone:
Metal-rich body (14 to 98.642 ls), Earth-like world (1.552.830 to 2.328.958 ls), Water world (1.273.317 to 4.931.332 ls), Ammonia world (3.221.802 to 8.766.812 ls), Terraformable (1.209.462 to 2.413.258 ls)

Geschätzter Wert: 21.674 Cr


This system was visited for the first time on EDSM by Sunny v. Isegrim.

Es wurde vom "Galactic Mapping Project" benannt als: Retina Nebula

113 ships passed through CD-43 9005 space, including 1 ship in the last 7 days.

0 ship passed through CD-43 9005 space in the last 24 hours.

The Retina Nebula (IC 4406) is a bipolar nebula first observed by DeLisle Stewart in 1899. The nebular gas cloud features a lattice of dark tendrils that look similar to an eye's retina, which inspired its name. There is a Wolf-Rayet star at the nebula's core that is orbited by a ringed Class V gas giant, a Class IV gas giant, a Class Y brown dwarf and a high metal content lava world. The main star give all of these bodies a bright purple hue.

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