With a deep, dark purple hue to it as the gasses fade into pink near the edge, it is reminiscent of the popular 1970’s Earth song “Purple Haze” by Jimi Hendrix. This system was named by the Mobius Exploration Corps.
#3 - Juenoi XY-S e3-2780 (Lava Ball Nebula)
The Lava Ball Nebula
An incendiary red aura of the ejected mantle, burning against a pale azure gaslight. This system was named by the Mobius Exploration Corps.
#4 - Phroi Pruae VU-P e5-389 (The Creeper Nebula)
The Creeper Nebula
With a grimacing and menacing look about it, this planetary nebula looks to have a mug not unlike a Creeper (a ho from Minecraft, a popular video game from early 21st century Earth.) This system was named by the Mobius Exploration Corps.
#5 - Systimbo ZK-P e5-3165 (The Azure Venn Nebula)
The Azure Venn Nebula
An azure double bubble planetary nebula which resembles a logic diagram developed by John Venn in 1880. A black hole is situated within the nebula, drawing light and likeness from both sides. This system was named by the Mobius Exploration Corps.
#6 - Skombuia ZT-A e467 (Tangerine Dream)
A dark red nebula that pops out against the glow of the Milky Way. At over 2,000 lightyears above the galactic plane, this planetary nebulae appears surreal not unlike the late 20th century Earth band that bears it's namesake. This system was named by the Mobius Exploration Corps.
#7 - Systimbo ZA-O e6-1528 (The Dewdrop Nebula)
The Dewdrop Nebula
A deep blue nebula encapsulating a system with a terraformable water world. A paradise of blue waters and blue skies, both day and night.
#8 - Eorld Byoe FA-A e1655 (The Maw Nebula)
The Maw Nebula
Resembling a great open maw of some forgotten Chuthuloid horror. This hauntingly beautiful nebula is composed of glowing blue and purple gases. This system was named by the Mobius Exploration Corps.
#9 - Rothaei SI-B e2047 (Dark Eye Nebula)
The Dark Eye Nebula
A dark planetary nebula obscuring the bright star field behind. Cut across with a blue-purple cats iris that makes the whole nebula look like a photo negative of a cats eye. This system was named by the Mobius Exploration Corps.
#10 - Tepo XP-X e1-3474 (Lost Marble Nebula)
The Lost Marble Nebula
Resembling a semi-translucent marble with vibrant streaks of light reds and dark blues, this planetary nebula formed around a black hole. With no light source within the system, the nebula forms a dark blue shroud over the two Class I gas giants that accompany the black hole.
#11 - Scheau Proo OZ-O e6-1350 (The Sar-i Sang Nebula)
The Sar-i Sang Nebula
Located 1,375 lightyears below the galactic plane, this deep blue nebula formed around the formation of a neutron star and is accompanied by two High Metal Content worlds. Named after the mining town in Afghanistan known to have supplied the most precious Lapis Lazuli to the ancient world.
#12 - Dryeae Brau RY-S d3-2 (Mariner’s Prospect)
Measuring 19.2 million kilometers across and having an inner diameter of only 224,000 kilometers, this Class IV gas giant has quite a large gathering. A ringed terraformable water world moon orbits closely.
#14 - Schieni CL-Y g2 (The Lensing Lighthouse)
The Lensing Lighthouse
Five Black Holes and a Neutron Star are accompanied by two gas giants, one with water-based life. The positioning of the black holes provides for some exceptional lensing effects, especially from near the gas giant with water-based life.